League of their own

The crowd may have been small, but it was passionate at the 2016 SS&A Ovens and Murray grand final on Sunday. About 4100 people turned out to see Albury Tigers claim a third consecutive premiership in the seniors football.

OVERWHELMED: Jayanna Sharp is overcome with emotion after playing in Yarrawonga's B-grade premiership side.

OVERWHELMED: Jayanna Sharp is overcome with emotion after playing in Yarrawonga's B-grade premiership side.

PANTHERS SUPPORT: Avid Lavington fans make some noise in the grandstand during the seniors football grand final.

PANTHERS SUPPORT: Avid Lavington fans make some noise in the grandstand during the seniors football grand final.

CLUB COLOURS: Jack Hodgson, 11, and Tyler Cross, 5, get out in their jerseys to support the Tigers.

CLUB COLOURS: Jack Hodgson, 11, and Tyler Cross, 5, get out in their jerseys to support the Tigers.

DRESSED UP: Will Packer, 6, with his brothers Charlie, 3, and Mitch, 4, covered head-to-toe in Albury colours.

DRESSED UP: Will Packer, 6, with his brothers Charlie, 3, and Mitch, 4, covered head-to-toe in Albury colours.

CLOUD OVERHEAD: Umbrellas and ponchos were the must-have items at the 2016 Ovens and Murray grand final.

CLOUD OVERHEAD: Umbrellas and ponchos were the must-have items at the 2016 Ovens and Murray grand final.

WINNERS: Steph Park with her son Max Daly, 10 weeks, on the Lavington Oval on Sunday.

WINNERS: Steph Park with her son Max Daly, 10 weeks, on the Lavington Oval on Sunday.

BIG VICTORY: North Albury C-grade captain Olivia Gallaway let some tears flow after leading her team to victory.

BIG VICTORY: North Albury C-grade captain Olivia Gallaway let some tears flow after leading her team to victory.

BACK: Ethan, 12, Jye, 12, Sam, 12, Zac, 11. Front: Mitch, 11, Oscar, 12, and Hudson, 12, all supporting Yarrawonga.

BACK: Ethan, 12, Jye, 12, Sam, 12, Zac, 11. Front: Mitch, 11, Oscar, 12, and Hudson, 12, all supporting Yarrawonga.

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