Jamarra Ugle-Hagan has had a fortnight to remember.
The south-west product won a NAB League premiership with the Oakleigh Chargers one Saturday and was part of a successful NAB All Stars outfit the next.
Ugle-Hagan, a South Warrnambool export, was part of Team (Jonathan) Brown which took out the under 17 NAB All Stars Futures clash on Saturday morning at the MCG.
Team Brown dominated the second half to claim a 16.6 (102) to 9.7 (61) victory against Team Dal Santo.
"Two cups in two weeks is actually crazy, it's a great experience," Ugle-Hagan told The Standard after the game.
"It was really good to share it with these boys especially with them coming from all over Australia.
"Our chemistry (Team Brown) was outstanding, I reckon."
The promising youngster said he valued the opportunity to play in the futures game which showcased the leading players for next year's draft.
"Especially for a boy from Warrnambool, it's just great to get put in a team like this," he said.
"And to learn more about footy, the sport I love."
Ugle-Hagan had a big shout-out for people in his home town.
"I'd just like to thank everyone from Warrnambool that has helped me and supported me in everything," he said.
Ugle-Hagan contributed well in the victory, winning contested ball and hitting targets by hand to set up scoring opportunities.
He said it was an unusual experience for him because he played a number of different roles.
"I played forward pocket, midfield and then in the back line," he said.
The 17-year-old said he hadn't played in the midfield or the forward pocket before.
"I reckon I went all right for my first time," he said of his run through the middle.
Ugle-Hagan, who has a big supporter base, said more than 30 family members would have watched the live video stream of the match.
The teenager gave a shout-out to his family and friends who had messaged him during the week.
He thanked the Warrnambool-based McLeod and Sumners families for their support.
"I've grown up playing footy with them," he said.
"The McLeod family has just brought me in as one of their own.
"Same as the Sumners."
The Scotch College border said he would now have a short break.
"I'm probably going to have the week off and then get back into it," he said.
The youngster added he'd undertake some boxing training to maintain his fitness.
Ugle-Hagan returned to Warrnambool on Saturday night to his family which includes dad Aaron, mum Alice, sister Merinda and his four younger brothers.
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