The section one men's decider between Wodonga and St Patricks/Diggerville was the standout match from Saturday's grand finals, with the former home in a nail-biter.
Cam Meagher remained undefeated for the titlists with excellent support from Travis Leenarts and Matt Paull.
Lewis Ahern, Rory Parnell and Adib Golshan also contributed well in the one game loss.
Larrikins made it a Wodonga double, coming up trumps against Thurgoona Jade in the ladies final.
Janae Piegrosse, Kendall Oates, Ash Craven and Sandra Allen were in strong form, completing the win in four sets.
ALSO IN SPORT:
- Wodonga Raiders' coach Jarrod Hodgkin wins league's Morris Medal
- Raider, Panther and Rover claim best and fairest awards
- Sophie Hanrahan wins Toni Wilson Medal for second consecutive year
In section two men, Forest Hill Cats withstood an early challenge from Thurgoona Sharks before recording a comfortable win, with Rodney Wurtz, Sean Pillay, James Starr and Matt Morrow combining well.
The final four rubbers went to Glenly, including two tie breaks, defeating Walla Walla in section two ladies.
Kathryn McAllister, Susan Carlin, Elizabeth Sierer and Chris Jones held off determined opposition, with Judy Hueske, Annette Schroeter, Maree Seidel and Diana Wegener playing well.
Forest Hill Bulldogs were victorious over Thurgoona Bears in section three men.
Jack Kelso, Ryan, Lowe, Wayne Bodycott and Jason Lowe performed strongly with Noel Browne and Damian Carroll grabbing a set for Bears.
SPD Yellow claimed three tie break sets in their hard fought salute over SPD Gold in section four.
Ryley Miller, Isaac Street and Scott Soulsby played the big moments well, with Luke Filliponi, Reece Filliponi and Lachlan Graham fighting all the way.
Howlong recovered winning the final three stanzas against Albury Blue in section five.
Kai Campbell, Riley O'Gorman and Seth Henson stepped up while, Ram Kugathason, Aaron Arnold and Taylor Brown played well.
Summer pennant starts October 12 for sections one, two and three men and section one ladies, with remaining grades to follow.