A scintillating second-half performance lifted North Warrnambool Eagles to premiership glory at Reid Oval on Saturday.
The Eagles claimed a 29-24 division one grand final victory against a gallant Port Fairy.
The Seagulls led by one-goal at half-time before the Eagles took a two-goal advantage to the final break.
Goal keeper Sarah O'Meara, who took out the best on court medal, said her team trusted its game plan.
"We knew if we just stuck to our basics and played simple short and sharp netball, we'd get it done," she said.
'It's so good to come away with the win."
O'Meara was full of praise for the junior players in the team, including 15-year-old Tahni Porter.
It was a tough day for the Seagulls who lost their third division one grand final in a row.
The Eagles, who finished on top of the ladder, lost two matches in a dominant season.
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