The Illawarra Stingrays capped off a memorable 2013 at the Football NSW Premier League's gala dinner by claiming all of the major awards on offer in the women's competition.
Rays' skipper Michelle Carney was the star of the show, scooping the first grade Platinum Medal for Player of the Year as well as the Golden Boot award for her 44-goal season haul.
In addition to the striker's feat, Illawarra first grade boss Brett Wallin took out the Coach of the Year, while Sarah Gollop won the top division's Goalkeeper of the Year.
The four individual honours joined the Stingrays' Club Championship title - which the club wrapped up for the second straight season - as treasured silverware for the trophy cabinet.
Veteran striker Carney was stoked with the club's efforts on the night and humbled by her own accolades.
"It was kind of a shock because I knew I was getting the Golden Boot and the committee knew we were getting the three awards," Carney said.
"I got the Golden Boot, Brett got the Coach of the Year and Sarah got the Goalkeeper of the Year and we thought 'yeah that is it', then they called my name and I was in shock. It was such a surprise."
Carney's scoring effort was a major factor in her charge towards the Women's Premier League top gong, with her total goals a massive 28 more than the winners of the men's first grade.
"As I say, to score 44 goals is good and to score in any game once a game is great too," Carney said.
"To double the tally of anyone behind me it was a pretty good result."
The veteran was more than happy to share the success on the night with her hard-working teammates and coach Wallin.
"It was actually Brett Wallin's first one and we were all surprised that he had never won it before," Carney said.
"For all the success he has had with the club and to only get given it this year, he definitely deserved it.
"Sarah [Gollop] had a great year filling in with big steps after Dimi [Poulos] and to fill the shoes of that calibre and to do the job was fantastic."
Keeper Gollop plans to hang up the boots now the season is over and her teammate Carney might not be too far behind.
The skipper has been mulling over her future with the Stingrays but is likely to prolong her playing career for another season.
"I have been thinking one more, one more," Carney said.
"Hopefully the body can still hold up and we will just play it by ear and see."
Stingrays president Mick Woods didn't have enough superlatives to describe the efforts of Carney during her tenure at the club.
"She is a phenomenal player, a fantastic player," Woods said.
"She deserves all the recognition she can get and on top of that she is a really good girl who always gives it 100 per cent effort."