Shepparton United claimed its first Bendigo Amateur Soccer League division one premiership on Sunday.
United outplayed BASL championship winner Eaglehawk 2-0 in Sunday's grand final at McEwen Reserve in Shepparton.
United star Mohammed Al-Gazaly scored with the home side's first chance of the match and that put the Borough on the back foot.
Shepparton United controlled the play in the first 30 minutes and should have went 2-0 ahead, but an open shot at goal hit the crossbar.
With key midfielder Keegan Smyth suspended, Eaglehawk lacked creativity in the middle of the park and potency up front.
The Hawks' job got even harder early in the second half when Shepparton United doubled its lead.
Eaglehawk tried hard to get back into the game, but United was the better team on the day.
United midfielder Roven Shaholli won the Tony Longano Medal for best player on the pitch.
Shepparton United also won the women's grand final.
After a tight first half, United broke the game open 20 minutes into the second half when Caitlin Georgiou found the back of the net.
United went on to win 3-0 to claim the championship-premiership double for the second consecutive season.
Epsom's youth squad was the only Bendigo-based team to taste premiership success.
The Scorpions also completed the championship-double for the second-straight year.
The young Scorpions went into the grand final against Shepparton South having not lost a game for the season.
Hser Ka Bru Htoo opened the scoring for Epsom in the first half before Cooper Arkinstall sealed the deal in the second half.
Arkinstall was named the best player on the pitch.
In the division two grand final, Shepparton defeated Tatura 4-1 in extra time.
Scores were locked at 1-1 at the end of 90 minutes before Shepparton dominated the extra 30 minutes.