BENDIGO baseballer Lachlan Jack has been awarded the Golden Arm award at the Under-16 National Championships.
The tournament pitted Australia's best young baseballers against each other.
Jack played in the Sydney, at the Blue Sox Stadium earlier this month.
Playing for Vic Blue he was joined by two of his Scots Baseball Club team mates.
Tyson Cox-Davies and Darcy Harrison also played for Vic White at the prestigious tournament.
The three baseballers are also members of the Bendigo Bank Academy of Sport Baseball squad.
Jack was named the best pitcher at the championships with no runs scored against him when he was on the mound throughout the eight-day tournament.
To qualify for the award, Jack had to pitch a minimum of five innings.
Vic Blue was defeated by Western Australia in the bronze medal match and despite the efforts of the Vic White team they were unable to reach the finals.
New South Wales Country won the tournament.