A PREMIERSHIP capped off a perfect first year of coaching for Old Collegians reserves mentor Josh Dwyer.
The Warriors held control for most of the day to runaway 6.9 (39) to 1.4 (10) victors in a dominant performance.
It was the club's second reserves grade flag in three seasons after securing their sixth in 2017.
"The boys committed all year and you probably wont be able to wipe the smiles off our faces for a couple of weeks," Dwyer said of the 29-point win.
The long-serving Warrior, who has been apart of three senior grand final defeats, "thoroughly enjoyed" finally being on the winning side of a decider.
"It's special, it's really good and I have thoroughly enjoyed coaching this year," he said.
"I enjoyed the way the boys had put in and they have taken everything on board with what I have tried to do."
Dwyer, who said the win was special for the club and also to him because his young daughter Bella was nearby, contributed a number of factors as a catalysts for his side's victory.
"Hard at it, winning the contest, winning the footy and being first in for it," he said.
Captain Tim Edwards and Nathan Forth were named best on ground for their efforts in the victory.
Forth slotted one of the side's six goals. Sam Lewis (two), Greg Bond, Bailey Brooks and James Ryan all kicked majors.
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