Bullioh became back-to-back premiers on Saturday after a 24-point win against Cudgewa in what was a third quarter performance to remember.
The Blues headed into half time up by 14-points at Cudgewa Recreation Reserve before the Bulldogs put forward a third term demolition.
Bullioh booted seven goals and restricted the home side to just one point, with the Blues left to play catch-up football from then on.
Grand finals seem to be as simple as that, a little bit of luck and just keep trying hard.Aaron Gordon
Bulldogs co-coach Aaron Gordon was declared best on ground at the completion of the match, while the league's leading goal kicker Ash Murray bagged five to finish his season.
Gordon said while it was an honour to receive the medal for his individual efforts, it was the overall win that was most sweet.
"The medal that every one of my teammates gets, that's the one that counts," Gordon said.
"That's why you play footy.
"We're all so thrilled to get another win, it's unreal.
"It was always going to be a tough game and that probably makes it that little bit sweeter.
"Our third quarter was obviously an amazing bit of footy and we made the most of the luck of the bounce a few times.
"Grand finals seem to be as simple as that, a little bit of luck and just keep trying hard."
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Josh Walters and Michael Sims both booted two goals for Bullioh, with Ryan Brown, Leo Nicolson, Clint Ried and Hamish Clark also putting forward strong displays.
Cudgewa's Ben Hall and Ryan Mee both contributed two goals in the grand final decider, with good efforts coming from Ethan Riddington, Kade Small, Jake Vinge, Luke Bloom and Dayne Carey.
Temperamental weather conditions made it challenging for both sides at times with wind and rain playing a factor.
Cudgewa looked to be entering the clash with the upper hand having finished minor premiers and winning three out of four games against Bullioh before the weekend, but the Bulldogs had other plans.
Bullioh co-coach Clint Ried was thrilled with his side's determination to fight until the final siren.
"A day like this doesn't come along all the time, so I'm pretty happy for all of the boys," Ried said.
"We worked pretty hard for it.
"I asked for a fair effort from them and they really lifted.
"They're a good bunch and have done everything they've been asked to for the last week or so.
"I couldn't be more proud of them."
The weekend marked Bullioh's third Upper Murray grand final appearance in as many years.