KINGOWER now has a 2-2 split from its four consecutive grand finals in the Upper Loddon Cricket Association after defeating Bridgewater by seven wickets on Saturday.
Having been sent in by Kingower at Newbridge, Bridgewater was restricted to 9-102 off its 40 overs.
The Bulls were under the pump at 5-40 and desperately needing a steadying partnership, which was provided by Oscar McKinley (18) and Harry McKinley (19).
Together, they added 38 for the sixth wicket, with their partnership helping to ensure the Bulls batted out their full quota of overs.
Captain Jayden Burke (12) and Alex Collins (10) were the only other players to reach double figures for the Bulls.
Kingower shared its wickets around, with man-of-the-match Jayden Leach (3-13), Brett Wilson (2-17) and Lachlan DeJong (2-19) each taking multiple scalps.
Bridgewater landed an early blow with the ball when Burke had Kingower captain - and his Golden Square football team-mate - Braydon Welsh (2) caught by Harry McKinley.
Welsh's cheap dismissal came on the back of scores of 78, 50 and 77 in his three previous games against Bridgewater this season.
However, contributions from Matthew Rowe (30), Jake Thrum (22), Tom Kairns (20 n.o.) and Leach (15 n.o.) guided Kingower - which has played in every grand final since 2017 - to victory as it reached 3-106 to win with 22 balls to spare.
The successful run-chase included a 52-run partnership for the second wicket between Rowe and Thrum that took the score from 1-5 to 57.
Burke (1-13), Harry McKinley (1-31) and Collins (1-36) all took a wicket for the Bulls.
While he didn't pick up a wicket, opening bowler Ben Hann proved tough to score off, conceding just nine runs off his eight overs.
Saturday was the fifth premiership in Kingower's history. The club also won in 2018, 2014, 2011 and 1975, with three of those flags having come against Bridgewater.
Kingower premiership team - Braydon Welsh (c), Lachlan DeJong, Josh Essex, Tom Kairns, Jayden Leach, Ben Rose, David Rose, Matthew Rowe, Kyle Simpson, Jake Thrum, Brett Wilson, Jordy Woodfield.
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