TIMBOON Demons export Luke Thompson is celebrating a SANFL premiership in his first season as sole skipper of Woodville-West Torrens.
Thompson's side produced a comeback to secure the flag, reversing a two-and-a-half goal deficit at quarter time to run out 13.9 (87) to 7.6 (48) winners over North Adelaide on Sunday.
The 29-year-old was gallant in defence, clunking 10 marks to keep his opponent at bay.
Thompson, who was raised at Port Campbell before a stint at AFL club Adelaide, also managed 19 disposals in the 39-point rout.
Former AFL talents Jordan Foote, who spent time at Sydney, and Jimmy Toumpas, who played for Melbourne and Port Adelaide, starred for Woodville-West Torrens and helped turn the game.
Foote kicked four goals and accrued 24 disposals and seven clearances en route the win.
Toumpas, meanwhile, gathered 30 disposals and nine inside 50s to help the Eagles over the line.
Woodville-West Torrens also finished as minor premier with an 11-3 win-loss record.
Thompson missed four matches mid-season with a calf bleed but still managed 13 appearances, including finals.
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