Spend 15 minutes with Cooper and Hugh Hamilton and you quickly forget that the twins are yet to celebrate their 16th birthday.
Respectful, insightful, driven, humble - not traits that all 15-year-old's understand let alone possess.
When you add that to what they can do with a Sherrin in hand it's easy to see why they'll line-up for Colbinabbin in Saturday's HDFNL grand final against North Bendigo.
The siblings have been around the Colbinabbin FNC since they were knee high to a Grasshopper and that's why they can't wait for the first bounce on Saturday.
"Growing up I idolised Colbo and the senior players, particularly when they were playing in grand finals when I was five or six,'' Cooper said.
"It's pretty special to now get the chance to play in a grand final for the club. It's such a great group of blokes that we're playing with that I really want to win the grand final for them.
"It means a lot to me, it's been my dream to play in a grand final for the club,'' Hugh added.
"There's a bunch of blokes that have been playing at the club since we were little and we'd love to win it for them and the community."
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The siblings have fond memories of HDFNL grand finals involving their family and the Grasshoppers.
"The 2008 grand final is my earliest footy memory when we knocked off Heathcote,'' Cooper said. "There were so many people there, we made a banner and it was a special day.
"In 2013 the club played in its first ever under-17 grand final,'' Hugh said.
"We had brothers play in the game and it meant so much to Colbinabbin because we'd never won an under-17 flag before. It was a signifcant day for the family and the community."
Pulling on the green and gold jumper is something both boys savour, but after Saturday it potentially could be a while before they play in the HDFNL on a regular basis.
They both represented Victoria Country at this year's national under-16 carnival where Cooper was named in the All-Australian squad. Both of them will graduate to the Bendigo Pioneers squad in the NAB League next year.
"Colbo is always going to be our home club and we'll get back and play whenever we can,'' Cooper said.
Cooper and Hugh's father, Tait, played in a senior premiership for Colb in 1991. The boys would love to emulate him on Saturday.
"It would mean the world to me...I haven't stopped thinking about it since we won the second semi-final,'' Cooper said.
"I've always wanted to play in a flag for Colbo, no matter what grade, but to win a senior flag would be pretty special,'' Hugh said.
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