THERE was dual success for Lockington-Bamawm United on Heathcote District Football League grand final day on Saturday.
As well as the seniors winning the premiership, the Cats' reserves also claimed a flag.
They belted White Hills by 71 points, prevailing 18.16 (124) to 7.11 (53).
The Cats' Rhys Woodland, who kicked four goals, put the disappointment of being dropped from the senior team to produce a best on ground performance.
The victory was the Cats' third reserves premiership in the past five years.