CAMPERDOWN midfielder Sam Chapman has collected one premiership medallion this season and he's now eyeing a second.
Chapman, 30, kicked a goal for St Mary's in its come-from-behind Northern Territory Football League grand final win against Tiwi Bombers on Saturday night at Darwin's TIO Stadium.
The Maskell Medal winner is hoping the NTFL flag is a sign of things to come for Camperdown.
Camperdown starts its Hampden league season against fellow finals fancy North Warrnambool Eagles on April 13.
"We are going to be thereabouts. The league has strengthened up a bit," Chapman said.
"I think we will be a four or five-goal better side and I hope to push for success there as well."
A fourth-quarter blitz steered St Mary's home against the Tiwi Bombers.
The Saints went on to win 16.6 (102) to 11.5 (71) despite trailing at half-time.
Tiwi Bombers had a 19-point lead at the main break and clung to a seven-point advantage at the final change.
St Marys slammed on six unanswered goals in the fourth term to run out a convincing 31-point winner.
Chapman, who will return to Victoria today, said it "was a game of two halves".
"We chased Tiwi for the first half and our fitness and the hard work we'd done throughout the year carried us over the line," he said.
"They were an explosive side early because they are very quick and skilful and if you don't pay them respect they get on top."