Morton was named Player of the Match in the 2017-18 Alcohol.Think Again Premier Cricket One Day Final on Sunday, ripping through Willetton’s line up to finish with 5-38 as the Tigers defeated Willetton by seven wickets.

Sitting third in the competition with 38 wickets, it was unsurprising to many that Morton thrived on the big stage, as he took four of his five wickets in the space of 20 runs.

"It was a great experience and a good feeling," Morton said.

"I don’t really focus on the individual awards, to be honest. It was a good win, that was the main thing for me."

Playing coach James Allenby was also full of praise for Morton, saying he felt Morton took the game away from Willetton with his devastating spell.

"He was fantastic for us," Allenby said.

"He often takes two or three wickets a game, but for him to get five and basically kill the match off was brilliant to see.

"To see Haydan perform like that in a big game on a WACA pitch, to get a five-for, is pretty special and hopefully helps his career progresses even quicker."

While some players and clubs turn to intense planning and tactical meetings in search of success, Morton believes his performance and that of his side has come from familiarity, consistency and a relaxed - yet, focused - attitude.

"There were no plans at all really, I just go out to bowl the best I can and see what happens," Morton said.

"I was feeling quite relaxed before the match, I felt like I was bowling well and we’d been playing well as group, so I was pretty relaxed and excited for the game.

"We didn’t really have too much talk before the game either; everyone knows their role, so there wasn’t much that needed to be said.

"I think we were all really excited and relaxed going into the game, everyone has been doing their job really well."

After bowling Willetton out for 170, Morton praised opening batsmen Nicholas Hobson and Jacob Whiteaker, who opened with a 65-run partnership, giving the Tigers a solid foundation to chase the rest of the total.

"We just wanted to get through the new ball as well as we could," he said.

"It’s a pretty fast scoring ground, so we just wanted to get through that first patch and Hobbo (Nicholas Hobson) and Whits (Jacob Whiteaker) got us through.

"Hobbo batted beautifully, he really took the game away from Willetton, so him and Whits got us off to a great start, which they had done all season."

After coming to terms with the history his side has made, winning three One Day flags in a row, Morton struggled to find the right words to describe the feeling.

"It was unbelievable," he said.

"To win three in a row now is something really special and something I’ll look back on.

"All three were great games and they were all pretty special wins."