COLTS United ended its BASL women's division season on a high with a 4-0 victory over Spring Gully in Sunday's Knockout Cup final.
Colts swamped the Reds after half-time in a ruthless display at Beischer Park.
The victory was some consolation for United after they let the league title slip against Strathdale in the final round.
"We were fairly elated that we could come away with something to show for our efforts for the year," team manager Sarah Berry said.
"The girls definitely did have a point to prove, I think a few of them went out a little angry at how things had turned out earlier."
Colts took their frustration out on their four opponents in the Knockout Cup.
The Strathfieldsaye-based club drilled 17 goals for the tournament and only conceded once.
That desire to dominate was on display after half-time against Spring Gully.
A cagey first half gave way to a Colts onslaught.
Star midfielder Rebecca Berry led the charge with a brace of goals, including the first of the match from a brilliant individual run five minutes after the re-start.
Berry carried the ball from near the half-way line before firing her shot past the goalkeeper from just inside the 18-yard box.
Elizabeth Watkins slotted Colts' second soon after, before Berry bobbed up again to put the result beyond any doubt.
Colts captain Alishia Stratford put the exclamation mark on a resounding victory with the final goal.
Berry was named player of the match in what is believed to be Colts' first Knockout Cup triumph for more than a decade.
"Spring Gully played like they wanted to win as well; they were very formidable opponents," team manager Sarah Berry said.
"I think we were just more determined because we lost the championship in such a way that we had to (win the Knockout Cup)."
Although Spring Gully were soundly beaten in the final there were encouraging signs with seven Reds players under the age of 15.
The Reds stood up for a half against Colts' powerful outfit but were hampered by injuries to key players in the second half.
Spring Gully also finished third in a promising league campaign.