THE honours just keep stacking up for Chloe Watson.
In the past few months, the former Sandhurst defender's netball career has taken off.
In August, the 19-year-old helped City West Falcons to a Victorian Netball League championship triumph, while she also made her mark for the Victorian Flames in the Australian Netball League.
Watson showed her versatility by moving up the court from the defensive semi-circle to wing defence, as the young Flames team claimed the bronze medal.
Now Watson has been picked in her fourth-straight Victorian under-age team.
The athletic defender was this week named in Victoria's 21-and-under team for the national championships in March.
After winning national titles in the 17s and at her first under-19s titles, Watson will be aiming to help the Vics climb back to the top in Adelaide.
"We didn't win last year, but hopefully we'll get it back this year," she said.
Although Watson is a bottom-age player, she's one of the experienced under-age players.
"A few girls who I have played with over the years didn't end up doing the 21s, so there's a few new faces as well as girls which I've come up the ranks with," she said.
"It's a bit of a mix, so it's good opportunity for the new girls but also good to have the experienced ones in there as well."
Watson will likely play across all three defensive positions for the under-21s.
In the meantime, her commitments will start to crank up again for VNL pre-season in mid-November.
"You do get a couple of weeks off after the ANL season, but it is good to keep it rolling," Watson said.
Meanwhile, Gisborne's mid-courter Maddie Stewart has been picked in the 25-player training squad for Victoria's under-19s.
Stewart was the Bendigo Football Netball League's rising star this season and helped Gisborne to its first A-grade flag in September.