North Albury has collected the greatest haul of pennant titles in a single season in Albury and District history.
After capturing grades six and seven last weekend, the Hoppers added two more on Saturday with their grade three side toppling Lavington at Walla, while the fives got past Walla at Holbrook.
Lavington finished the grade three season on top of the ladder, but North Albury found its best form when it mattered most - winning its fifth grand final in six years with a 64-57 victory.
Norm Honey, Gerald O'Brien, Duncan Balloch and Steve Martini combined well to set up the overall victory with a 28-16 win against Adrian Pantling's side.
Duane Crow, Andrew Hirst, Kevin Wellington and Brett Furze won 19-18 against Darren Moore's quartet.
Stephen Broad's side fell to Max Scanlan's team, 23-17, but it wasn't enough for the Panthers to prevail.
"To win four out of five grades is a pretty good effort," Broad said.
"SS&A Club won three, but no-one has won four before."
The Hoppers led by as many as 20 shots, but the Panthers mounted a fightback at the death.
"It was about five shots in it with three ends to go," Broad said.
"Norm (Honey) won 28-16, 'Crowie' (Duane Crow) was actually in front 11-0 and ended up winning 19-18 and my rink lost by six.
"Max Scanlan killed us, but with about three ends to play, we were five down and I had a drive and killed it.
"The next end we got two, Norm got three and Crowy got a two and that put us 10 up with two ends to play and got us over the line.
"On one end the jack was a foot off the ditch and they had a live bowl sitting in the ditch, but Norm actually rested on the live bowl.
"It actually sat on the bowl in the ditch and was still touching the grass, so the ruling is it's a live bowl."
Lavington prevailed 56-52 against Commercial in the grade four grand final at Howlong, while North Albury were 67-59 winners against Walla in the grade five decider at Holbrook.
Albury and District will host the grade three Zone 8 playoffs later in the year.
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