INSPIRED by local boy and 2013 All Australian forward Jeremy Cameron, the tiny town of Dartmoor has renamed its football team the Giants.
The Greater Western Sydney goalkicker hails from the Western Victorian town, which has a population of just 263 people.
In honour of Cameron, who kicked 62 goals last season, the town's local team will shed its former name of the Dartmoor Swans in favour of the Giants.
The club will also take on the Giants' colours ahead of this season.
Cameron, 20, started playing for Dartmoor at the age of 15 before he was signed by GWS in 2011 as a 17-year-old access selection.
"Sport is such a big part of every country town and I think it's fantastic that my home town of Dartmoor has now become part of the Giants," Cameron said.
"Dartmoor was a great place to grow up and I've received a lot of support from the town since moving to Western Sydney.
"Hopefully a change of name and new colours will see Dartmoor return to the top of the competition."
Dartmoor has been home to the club for more than 100 years. It will field a seniors and reserves team in 2014, with the netball club to have five teams, also named the Giants. 
There's no doubt the town is proud of its homegrown hero Cameron.
Last year, a sign was displayed at the front of the town's primary school that kept track of the goals he kicked during the season.
"We feel very grateful for this opportunity for Dartmoor and we're very proud of Jeremy Cameron and his achievements so far and the opportunities he's made available to his hometown," Dartmoor Giants football netball club secretary Ange Lipscombe said.
"The change of name has been very well received by the whole community and we look forward to this partnership, and are proud to be a part of the Giants."
Other clubs to have adopted the Giants' name include MacArthur and Concord, and on an international level, South East London, North Leinster in Ireland, Zaprude in Croatia, Skane in Sweden and Maharashtra in India.
The Dartmoor Giants will be officially launched by GWS's first coach Kevin Sheedy later in February.