Panmure's division two side claimed its second premiership in three years on Saturday in the Grassmere Cricket Association.
The Bulldogs posted 6-161 which proved too much for Grassmere which was all out for 97 at Purnim.
Paddy Ryan was awarded player of the match for his 38 runs.
"It's been awesome, the whole team is just really good, we all gel together," the 21-year-old said.
"We're just out there for a bit of fun and we seem to have a bit of success along the way."
Ryan grew up at Panmure and played in the division two premiership in 2017/18.
Captain Liam Allan said the match panned out the way the Bulldogs wanted.
"The plan was always to bat first and get the runs on the board and we did that," he said.
Opener Kelvin Evans (37) and Paul Moore (52 not out) also significantly contributed to the winning total.
Martin Rea claimed three wickets while Zekke Reeves and Simon Bourke picked up two each.
Allan, who enjoyed his first premiership as a captain, said it was good to get the chocolates after struggling for numbers throughout the season.
"It's obviously been a tough season for players and that sort of stuff," he said.
"So we've just chipped away every week."
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