Yarrawonga and Lavington both enjoyed perfect seasons after taking out their respective Albury-Wodonga Junior Football league grand finals at Martin Park on Sunday.
The Pigeon's took out the under-14's junior football premiership by 78-points against Corowa-Rutherglen, while the Panthers claimed a massive 103-point win also against Corowa-Rutherglen in the under-12's decider.
Hunter Frauenfelder booted four goals for the Pigeons in the under-14's win with Jack James, Liam Williams and Mac Pendergast all contributing three, as Yarrawonga took an early lead.
Williams was later rewarded for his consistent efforts to be crowned the games medal winner.
Pigeon's coach Craig Frauenfelder said he was wrapped with the win which rewarded his side for their strong efforts this season.
"All of the coaching staff are very happy," Frauenfelder said.
"Our undefeated season put a bit of pressure on the team and coaching staff, but we got there.
"I said to the boys all we needed to do was put our heads over the ball and the results will look after themselves, and that's what happened.
"I asked a few of the players to lift that bit extra, and they did."
For some of the young Pigeons this was their fourth time playing in a grand final and their third flag since starting out in the under-12's.
Finn Osborne was Corowa-Rutherglen's only goal kicker for the day while Mitchell Way, Ethan Hanrahan, Tom Forrest, Nash Lavis and Connor Zabenko were all standouts for the Roos.
Lavington's under-12's also finished undefeated having just five goals kicked against them this season.
The junior football league's under-12's leading goal kicker Cooper Hall racked up four for the Panthers, while Will Dickins, Sonny Junck, Nash Macaulay and Noah Misic booted two goals each.
Ryder Corrigan, Harrison Wilson, Oliver Mack and Flynn Scott were all solid contributors for the Panthers.
The win was extra sweet for Lavington after the side finished runners-up to Wodonga Maroon last season.
"We were lucky enough this season to have a team of developed kids in terms of football," Lavington coach Rick Hall said.
"A lot of our players don't just play football, they play basketball, swim and represent their school's in all sorts of athletics.
"They're a very active bunch of kids.
"We just had to shut out the scoreboard and concentrate on just playing football."
While Corowa-Rutherglen had no goal kickers, Benji Hanrahan, Jay Lavis, Isaac Dickinson, Brodie Eyers, Archer Coppolino and Noah Mcsweeney all made an impact for the Roos in their grand final appearance.