Sophie Crouch shone in her first leaguetag experience to help Brothers come from behind to down Temora in the nines final at Laurie Daley Oval.
Crouch scored two second half tries against an understrength Dragons for a 11-8 win.
They only had eight players for the event, but despite being outnumbered Temora looked by far the better team early with tries to Molly McCrone and Brianna Russell handing them a 8-0 lead at half-time.
However it caught up with them late and two missed conversion attempts from in front proved costly as Brothers hit back.
Crouch got Brothers on the board after kicking ahead for herself with five minutes to play before scoring again to level things.
Madison Dunn missed her first from the same position, but kicked truly the second time around to hand Brothers the lead with two minutes left.
She then slotted a field goal, the only across the day, to ensure the premiers added another trophy to their long list of achievements.
She was pleased her second drop goal attempt went over.
"I was a bit dirty on myself that I missed the first one as I'd been kicking well all weekend," Dunn said.
Crouch was named player of the tournament.
Dunn couldn't have been more impressed with her input.
"It's her first game of tag with us and in her first game she was a bit sketchy and didn't know the rules but she got better and better," she said. "She's an awesome addition."