Strathdale has taken a clean sweep of the Bendigo Amateur Soccer League's major trophies after its men's division one and women's teams won thrilling final round matches on Saturday.
The Blues' men showed they were deserved champions after coming from 1-0 down to defeat Colts United 3-2 at Strathfieldsaye.
In an equally tense match, Strathdale's women won their first ever title thanks to a 2-1 triumph over runner-up Colts United.
The Blues have now collected the men's, women's and youth titles in a stunning season for the Beischer Park-based club.
It could have ended much differently for the Blues if not for some desperate comebacks in the men's and women's matches.
Strathdale's men needed victory to clinch the title, but looked shaky after Ben Langan put the hosts ahead with a 25-yard thunderbolt shortly after half-time.
In driving rain the Blues pushed forward and squandered multiple chances to get back on terms.
It was star forward Sean Boxshall who finally hit the target, drilling home from close range near the 70-minute mark.
Boxshall's 14th goal of the season saw him draw level with team-mate Mitchell Anderson for the league's Golden Boot award.
It also sparked a dramatic finale to the match, which was nothing less than the season deserved.
Nicholas Watson scored minutes later when he buried a shot after a goalmouth scramble to give Strathdale the lead.
When Shaun Allen sidefooted home from 10 yards five minutes later the title looked bound for Beischer Park, but Colts rallied.
A penalty was awarded after handball by a Strathdale defender and Keegan Butler calmly sent Blues goalkeeper Alexander Culvenor the wrong way.
Strathdale played the ball deep in the corners in the final minutes until, finally for the visitors, referee Brenton Hayward blew full-time - sparking a mad rush onto the field from the bench and the large band of Strathdale supporters.
In the women's match, a controversial penalty for handball in the dying seconds gave Strathdale's Jasmine Lina the chance to be a hero.
Needing to score to snatch the title from Colts, Lina stepped up and sparked wild celebrations with her accurate shot.
The Blues went into the final round match one point behind Colts.