Steel City held their nerve in two thrilling Division 1 Grand Finals, seeing off the heavy favourites Waratah and Stuart to claim both the Men's and Women's A Grade premierships.
It was a huge results for the Greens, whose women triumphed 2-1 and men 4-3. It's even more impressive when you consider Stuart were heading for a three-peat and Waratah were undefeated.
Steel's women were able to hold their nerve in a game that came down to a penalty stroke in overtime, while also overcoming a Best on Ground performance by Waratah's Katie Compton.
In the men it was young gun Tyrone Coulter who helped his side exorcise their demons and defeat their bogey team in Stuart, who dealt Steel losses in the last two Grand Finals.
The Division 2 women Grand Final saw a back-and-forth game between Hummock Hill and Waratah end 3-2 to Waratah after overtime, pulling the upset despite a mammoth effort by Hummock Hill's Charlotte Hobba.
There was more glory for Steel in the Division 2 men, with prodigy Thomas Hobba firing his side to a 4-1 victory over Stuart, who were aiming for back-to-back flags.
The Under 16's saw Steel City defeat Waratah 5-2 in the boys GF, and Waratah defeating Hummock Hill 3-1 in the girls GF. Jamison Smith was BOG in the boys while Sophie Redden took the honour in the girls.
Hummock Hill had a huge win in the Under 13 girls, beating Waratah 14-0 (BOG: Shae Hughes), while the boys had Steel City narrowly defeating Waratah 2-1 (BOG: Ben Kade).