He's done it all before, but this time "TJ" did it to win the biggest game of all.
A Thomas James brace in eight minutes gave Canberra FC a 2-1 victory over arch-rivals Canberra Olympic to win the Canberra premier league grand final at Deakin Stadium on Saturday.
Not to mention their ninth treble in club history having already won the Canberra FFA Cup and the league title this season.
That might not be the end of it as they face Adelaide club Campbelltown City in the national premier league finals at Deakin next Saturday.
But first, time to celebrate.
For 78 minutes it looked like Olympic would be the champions, until James created something out of nothing from a long ball that ended up with the star forward.
He beat a couple. Beat another. And then slotted it in the corner to level the scores.
Eight minutes later and he was putting it into the corner again.
Not surprisingly, he was awarded the Valeri Medal as best on ground after his two strikes turned the game on its head.
He admitted he probably should've had a third, but a brilliant save by Olympic's evergreen goalkeeper Ange Konstantinou denied him.
For James it was fourth time's a charm, breaking a streak of three straight grand final losses.
"Everyone's buzzing. We got the treble this year. It's my first grand final we've won, I've lost three," James said.
"I'm happy. I turned it on this one, it's taken me four attempts. Glad we won to be fair. I thought we were going to lose that one, but we kept going, got the job done."
It was through James that FC looked most likely to score - either that or from something that came out of a header from powerful striker Michael Mensah.
Canberra FC coach Paul Macor was unsurprised at what James produced.
"He turned on a dime and he put the ball past Ange, which is nothing new," he said.
It was a fiery contest early with James lucky to escape a yellow card when he kicked out after being fouled.
FC veteran Ian Graham went in the book not long after.
The game settled down and Olympic took the lead, with defender Nathan Megic scrambling home a corner after Sam Brown's smart save from a Stephen Domenici shot.
Olympic lost Tim Bobolas (hamstring) and Nikolas Popovich (ribs) in the first half and had chances to extend their lead in second with Roko Strika controlling the midfield.
They also lost Domenici (hamstring) before the end and were without their engine room in midfielder Daniel Colbertaldo.
But FC started to work their way into the game and built pressure until James struck.
"Our guys were outstanding. We lost three players all to injury, even before the game losing Colbertaldo," Olympic coach Frank Cachia said.
"I can't ask any more from the guys and the effort they put in. I just had a quick chat to these guys and said there's a lot of players here that don't deserve to be on the losing side."
AT A GLANCE
CANBERRA FC 2 (Thomas James 78, 86) bt CANBERRA OLYMPIC 1 (Nathan Megic 29) at Deakin Stadium.