If you've looked at his statistics, you'd think South Rovers' forward Mark Murphy was enjoying a rich run of form.
But the Warrnambool and District cricketer of the year says he's still trying to find his kicking boots.
He'll be hoping they appear in time for the Lions' clash with ladder-leader Kolora-Noorat on Saturday at Noorat Recreation Reserve.
"I'd like to be more accurate to be honest," he said.
"I haven't converted as many as I would like."
Murphy said he had been squeezing in some goal-kicking practice after training to help his cause.
The Lions' recruit, who missed the first five rounds of the season, burst onto the scene with a four-goal haul against Timboon Demons.
He's since added three five-goal performances in his seven matches.
The Lions' leading goal-kicker, who has kicked 27 goals at an average of nearly four a game, missed the opening month of matches because he wasn't sure if he would play this season.
"After 18 months straight playing cricket, I needed a bit of a break," he said.
The Brierly-Christ Church cricket captain also played with English club Hunslet Nelson in 2018.
His brother Nathan, a Lions playing assistant coach, helped lure him back to the football field for the first time in years.
Murphy, who has played most of his football with South Rovers, said he hadn't played since his stint with Dennington in 2016.
He also kicked 66 goals for North Warrnambool Eagles in the Hampden league in 2014.
Murphy said it had been great to pull the socks on again.
He said cricket was his main focus but he had enjoyed being back at a football club.
Murphy said he missed the Lions' first match with Kolora-Noorat so he would approach the encounter with fresh eyes.
He said there had been good energy among the players since the away win against Old Collegians in round 11.
"Once we got that good win we were all up and about and there was a really good vibe around the club," he said.
It was an important win after South Rovers went down to Allansford and Panmure - the teams it's fighting with for fifth spot.
Murphy said he would be available for the rest of the season.
Cricket fans can rest assured he is still honing his skills in the background.
Murphy had the best batting average in the Warrnambool and District top grade at 66.80, in a season that included three centuries.
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