MILAWA has been crowned the Ovens and King premier after completing an unbeaten season with a dominant 61-point victory over Bright in Saturday's grand final at the W.J. Findlay Oval.
Led by a best on ground performance from Baker Medallist Jamie Allan and a five-star effort from Daniel Bihun, the Demons were simply too good all over the ground on their way to a 14.20 (104) to 6.7 (43).
The Demons kicked the first nine goals of the match and led by 51 points at half-time to have the game all but sewn up with two terms to go.
Not even a goalless third quarter (they kicked 11 behinds) could stop their momentum as they romped to their third flag in the past 10 years but first since 2013.
Former AFL player Cleve Hughes finished with five goals at full forward while Jack Stamp marked his third premiership with a four-goal performance.
Bright's Daniel Sgambelloni played well in the club's first grand final since 2008.