IF at first you fail, you try and try again.
This theory summed up Kolora-Noorat's under 14 grand final victory against Merrivale.
After consecutive grand final losses, the Power emphatically went one better.
Their 6.4 (40) to 2.3 (15) victory completed a perfect season as they claimed premier and champion status with an undefeated year.
Coach Mick Reid was delighted with his side's performance.
"I've been doing this for three years and we were runner up in 2010 and there would be half a dozen who came from that side that played today," he said.
"It's fantastic, to have that and now experience this."
Reid said his side had not felt any pressure associated with going for premier and champion, unlike the coaching staff.
"It's a fantastic achievement," he said. "To go through undefeated is a terrific effort."
The Power's victory was underpinned by an impressive third quarter, kicking four unanswered goals to have a 32-point lead at the last change.
Co-captain Luke Tebble, who was pivotal at centre half-forward, was judged best on ground.
Reid said the victory was built around an even team performance.
"We didn't have any standouts," he said.
Co-captain Ben Reid in the centre, ruckman Sam Hutchinson, ruck rover Daniel McConnell and half-back Jake McKenzie were among the side's best contributors.
Merrivale coach James Fary said he was proud of his young Tigers.
"They've been the best side all year," he said of the Power.
The Tigers had a dozen under 12 players in the side and he forecast a bright future if the group stayed together.