Turvey Park made it a hat-trick of premierships with a powerful grand final performance against Wagga Tigers in the Under 17.5 grand final.
The young Bulldogs lifted after a tough first quarter, seizing control of the game before half-time, and going right on with it for a stunning 16.13 (109) to 8.4 (52) win.
The only team to beat Tigers all year - way back on Good Friday - Turvey saved their greatest performance for the big stage at Narrandera Sportsground, turning it on from the middle of the second quarter.
Taking control in the middle, dominated field position and took their rewards, going from two goals down at quarter-time to 20-points in front at the main break, and refused to look back.
"Bloody awesome," coach Brad Burkinshaw said.
"The boys just kept at it. We had all the trust in the world but we just had to stay with them and I knew we'd have the fitness and the toughness. We learnt that last week (against Leeton-Whitton) and they took it into today."
Led by midfielder Angus Grigg, the Bulldogs swung momentum their way and rode it home. They kicked four unanswered goals leading into half-time and, apart from a brief period in the last term, maintained the pressure and tempo, finishing with the last four goals of the game.
"No words can describe him, to be honest," Burkinshaw said of Grigg. "Absolutely brilliant. He's awesome, puts his body on the line every time and he just knows where the footy is."
Forward Max von Marburg kicked four goals but Turvey Park had nine individual goalkickers and were on top around the ground and working hard for each other everywhere.
While Tigers came in to the game on a hot streak of 15 straight wins, they were wary of a Turvey team boosted by the likes of Grigg who'd spent plenty of time in first grade this year, and that's how it panned out.
"We've had about eight blokes play first grade this year so we've had a lot of blokes running through the midfield and forward," Burkinshaw said.
"I just give them a free rein to do what they want. If they want to run down and kick goals but they also want to work back and defend, it works."
It was also a personal thrill for Burkinshaw.
"It's my first grand final win. I've had five previous goes. This my sixth crack at it and first time I've got one, he said, but the satisfaction was overwhelmingly for his footballers.
"The blokes are really good, they trained on their own one night a week, and they're just a great bunch of kids. All they want to do is play footy, they all get on with each other and they just want to hang around with each other. I think that's what made them successful."
Captain and backman Rhett Weidemann, who also kicked two goals, and Pat Voss were also strong for the Bulldogs while Tom McCoullough worked hard throughout to lift Tigers.
Turvey Park 2.4, 8.5, 11.10, 16.13 (109)
Wagga Tigers 4.3, 5.3, 6.4, 8.4 (52)
Goals: (Turvey Park) M Von Marburg 4, L Grigg 3, R Weidemann 2, T Richards 2, J Mattingly, E Grigg, P Voss, W O'Connor, B Glanvill; (Tigers) Z Cornell 2, W Kirkup 2, J Lucas, C Pavitt, T McCoullough, N Simons.
Best: (Turvey Park) A Grigg, R Weidemann, P Voss, B Duffy, C Harmer, B Robbins; (Tigers) T McCoullough, N Simons, J Heeney, W Adams, D de Jong, Z Cornell.
BOG, Kohlhagen Medal: Angus Grigg (Turvey Park)