South Wagga Warriors made it six straight Wagga softball titles after overcoming a gallant Turvey 3-1 in Saturday's grand final.
It was a much tighter contest than the 9-2 hiding they copped in the major semi-final, but Turvey's effort still wasn't good enough to wrest the premiership trophy away from the Warriors.
Turvey Park batted first and got off to a good start when Sarah Carter hit safely to centrefield.
She was advanced to second on a Leila Wadley bunt and then stole safely to third.
Belinda Dennis was next to bat she was literally "struck out" as the ball came off the bat into her face, temporarily knocking her out causing a possible broken eye-socket.
The game stopped while Dennis received treatment from paramedics.
On the resumption Charli McNaughton, substituting for Dennis and picked a walk and was then allowed to advance to second but quick dismissals of the next two batters left the runners stranded on base.
In response the Warriors Jess Swaysland was batted in by Montana Kearnes' two-bagger, after she had hit a three-bagger over centrefield.
The next two batters made it 'side-away' and left the Warriors with a 1-0 lead.
No runs were scored by either team in the second and third innings, but, after shutting out Turvey Park for a fourth time, the Warriors extended their lead when Kimberley Dennis scored on a Sam O'Neill sacrifice fly.
No score by either team was the result in the fifth innings.
Superb catching by Warriors' left field, Layhnee Kearnes, was the highlight of the Warriors fifth and sixth defensive innings.
She then became the third run for the Warriors after a strong left field hit and some untidy Turvey fielding.
Needing at least three runs to make the Warriors' bat again, Turvey managed one.
Paris Hall hit a two-bagger over left-field's head and was batted in by Jane Wadley. A walk to Charli Hall and another safe hit to Sarah Carter gave Turvey hopes of another last innings victory, but such was not the case, as a regulation third dismissal brought an end to the game and a 3-1 win to the Warriors.
The defence of both teams was the highlight of the game with only Jane Wadley, Carter and Montana Kearnes having two safe hits for their respective teams.
Paris Hall, Amanda Gooden, Kimberley Dennis and Simone Jorgensen all recorded one.
Despite failing to come away with the big win, Turvey Park still enjoyed plenty of success on grand final day.
Earlier in the day, Turvey Park was successful in both the B and C grade grand finals.
They defeated Lake Albert in the C grade, 8-4 and in what was always going to be certain premiership for the club, Turvey Park Red beat Turvey Park Yellow 18-7, in a run-fest B grade match.
Hannah Lawson (Reds) and Makaylee Little (Yellow) both scored 'giant' home runs.
They also had mixed success in the juniors.
In another all Turvey clash, Turvey Park Red scored a massive win over Turvey Park Blue 15-3.
However Saints Knights scored a 5-2 win over Turvey Park Yellow in the 15 years mixed.
Saints Dragons scored a 4-3 win over Turvey Park in the modball.
Turvey Park also scored a 35-10 in the teeball grand final.