Hawkesdale captain Lachie Glare says his team's third-straight premiership is "pretty special" for the club.
The Cats secured a Grassmere Cricket Association division one three-peat on Saturday at Purnim.
They (117) survived a scare from Panmure (8-98) before securing a 19-run victory.
"Not much gets won out at Hawkesdale, so to get three in a row in an A grade sport is pretty special and we'll be pretty proud of it," he said.
The Cats secured their first two premierships in the two-day format before the GCA switched to a one-day format this season.
Glare said the group was as determined as ever.
"It is a big deal, it's three in a row now and each one (premiership) keeps feeling bigger and bigger, so we'll keep trying," he said.
The skipper praised his side's bowling effort.
"We obviously didn't make as many runs as we would have liked to," he said.
"We bowled well enough to get the win."
Opening bowler James North was awarded player of the match for his five-wicket haul.
North has been named player of the match in the past three flags and he shared the honour with teammate David West last year.
The spearhead took the important wicket of Nathan Shand when the game was in the balance.
Shand and Louis Kew had put on a 30-run partnership.
"We knew if we got that one, we'd be in with a shot," North said.
The opening bowler said it had been "an unreal three years".
North said the club had gone without a division one flag for 20-30 years before the three-peat.
"It's a good reward for the club and community," he said.
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