A strong start helped Hawkesdale-Macarthur's under 16.5 football side to victory in the Mininera and District Football League grand final on Saturday.
In a low-scoring affair, the Eagles jumped to a 15-point half-time lead before securing a 7.10 (52) to 2.2 (14) win over Glenthompson-Dunkeld at Lake Bolac.
Eagles co-coach Paddy Kelly said everyone did their part for the team.
"It took all 22 blokes to get there and all 22 to lift that cup up at the end," he said.
The co-mentor, who shares the duties with Charlie Summers, said he was impressed by his side's ball movement.
"It was the way they moved the footy, they moved it from one end to the other really quick," he said.
"That was one of our strengths this year."
He also praised his team's contested ball work.
"They kept finding another gear in each quarter," he said.
Centre half-back Fletcher Cozens was awarded both best on ground medals for his outstanding performance.
"We used him as a centre half-back that could go across the ground," Kelly said.
"He reads the play well, cuts off the ball and switches play really well.
"He's a good utility player."
Kelly said Hamish Wortley, who took out the league best and fairest, also performed well.
He added that Jock Keiller had a really good game.
Kelly said it was a great day for the club considering the 15 and under team won the netball decider as well.
The Eagles took a 20-15 victory over Wickliffe-Lake Bolac.
Glenthompson-Dunkeld co-coach Mitch Johnson said the Eagles were the better team on the day.
"They were just too good right from the start really," he said
"Our endeavour and effort was there all day.
"They were just too classy with the footy and used it better than we did."
Johnson said he was proud of his group for making the grand final because he didn't expect to get there at the start of the season.
The Rams made the finals last year but were knocked out in the first round.
Ruckman Oscar Reynolds was named his team's best while midfielder Tim Kealy was second best.
Johnson mentored the team with Nathan Caruana this season.
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