Reigning men's and women's premiers Norths and Falcons repeated their heroics from 2018 to capture Hockey Albury-Wodonga's division one premierships once more at Albury Hockey Centre on Sunday.
Norths made it three successive flags in the division one men's competition after seeing off minor premiers CR United 4-3 in a thrilling decider.
The defending champions recovered from a 3-2 half-time deficit to hand United just its second loss of the season.
Ian Beath, Ewan Kelly, Michael Menzie and Josh Verity scored for the victors, while a double from Tim Smith and a goal from Dion Wright wasn't quite enough for United.
Norths' Ewan Kelly was named best on ground.
"Our first half wasn't to our potential, I think a lot of nerves and other factors came into it, but I think we really came into our own in the second half," Norths' coach Jeremy Payne said.
"Ewan Kelly was best on, he had to the tag the league's best and fairest (Sam Quick), which is a big role to do and was able to put a goal in too.
"Our back line of Jordan Thorneycroft, Mick Menzie, Matt Graham and Jarrad Crosbie had an absolute blinder across the whole game, but those last six minutes they really starred."
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Falcons made it back-to-back titles in division one women with a hard-fought 4-1 triumph against Magpies.
It took until the final quarter for Falcons to seal the result, with two goals from Sally Borella in the last term bringing up her hat trick.
Emma Pontt also scored for Falcons, while Ellie Jarratt was on target for Magpies.
"Magpies didn't make it an easy win for us today, it was definitely our fourth quarter where Sally (Borella) put a few extras in, that won it," Falcons' captain Carly Van Kesteren said.
"This year feels more special as we are a new team with a lot of younger players who have never played a division one grand final.
"The start of our season was quite tough, we really struggled to bond as team and now we have really come through strong.
"It's my first year as captain, but it's definitely my most enjoyable."
Best on ground was awarded to Falcons' Jess Madden.
Other results were:
Division two men - United 2 defeated Magpies 1, division two women - United 4 defeated Norths 2, division three men - Norths 6 defeated United 2, division three women - Norths 0 defeated by Magpies 1, under-12 boys - United 0 defeated by Magpies Black 3, under-12 girls - Norths 0 defeated by United 5, under-14 boys - Wodonga 3 defeated Magpies White 2, under-14 girls - Magpies 2 defeated Scots-Norths 1, under-16 boys - Magpies 0 defeated by Wodonga 2, under-16 girls - Magpies 5 defeated Wodonga 2.