Lavington has stunned Wangaratta to win its first Ovens and Murray premiership in 14 years.
The Panthers stormed out of the blocks with six unanswered goals in the first quarter and never relinquished their advantage to win 14.14 (98) to 9.10 (64) at the Magpies' home ground, Norm Minns Oval.
Despite finishing the season as minor premiers, it was the Panthers' first win over the Magpies this season, having come up short in their previous three meetings.
Shaun Mannagh was outstanding for the 34-point victors, kicking five goals just over a fortnight after being knocked out in the Panthers' second semi-final loss to the Magpies at Birallee Park.
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Mannagh was awarded the Did Simpson and VCFL medals as best on ground.
Wangaratta fought back to close within 13 points in the second quarter but the Panthers, through coach Simon Curtis, were able to steady the ship.
Lavington star Nick Meredith, who took a hand injury into the match, was out of the game in the third quarter with a busted collarbone, having kicked two goals for the Panthers.
It was Lavington's first premiership since their after-the-siren thriller against Myrtleford in 2005 and breaks a run of grand final defeats, having gone down to the Magpies (2008) and Albury (2015-16) in their three previous deciders.
Earlier, Wangaratta made it back-to-back premierships in the A grade netball, downing a brave Corowa-Rutherglen 48-45.
"Coming up from Benalla, I never thought I'd win two premierships in three years, so it's been fantastic," Magpies coach Kellie Keen said.
"It's just as sweet second time around - any premiership you win is fantastic because you never know when the next one will be.
"You always enjoy the moment.
"We've been working on the intensity side of things and we nearly put out a 60-minute game today which was fantastic."
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Corowa-Rutherglen (B grade), Yarrawonga (C grade) and Wangaratta Rovers (16-and-under) took out the minor netball grades.
In the minor football grades, Myrtleford capped a stunning revival in the thirds to defeat Wangaratta while Yarrawonga proved too strong for Albury in the reserves.
Stay tuned to www.bordermail.com.au for all the reaction from the grand finals and don't miss Monday's souvenir edition of The Border Mail, which will feature a 12-page wrap.
Lavington Panthers 14.14 (98) def Wangaratta 9.10 (64)
Goals: Lavington: Shaun Mannagh 5, Nicholas Meredith 2, Andrew Mackinlay 2, Aidan Johnson 2, Simon Curtis 1, Luke Garland 1, Nick Holman 1; Wangaratta Magpies: Benjamin Speight 3, Michael Newton 2, Matt Kelly 1, Bradley Melville 1, Mathew Grossman 1, Harrison Smart 1
Best: Lavington Panthers: Shaun Mannagh, Timothy Hanna, Luke Garland, Martin Brennan, Grange McMahon, Simon Curtis; Wangaratta Magpies: Matt Kelly, Jessie Smith, Joe Richards, Matthew Hedin, Dylan Van Berlo, Mark Anderson
Yarrawonga 11.11 (77) def Albury 3.5 (23)
Goals: Yarrawonga: Marcus McMillan 3, Timothy Lawrence 3, Brad O'Connor 2, Luke Congram 2, Jordan Urquhart 1, Matthew Grinter 1; Albury: Alex Rowe 1, Tom O'Brien 1, Kolby Heiner-Hennessy 1
Best: Yarrawonga: Jordan Urquhart, Marcus Hargreaves, Ross Mulquiney, Matthew Grinter, Travis Hargreaves, Matthew Dwyer; Albury: Eddy Ziebarth, Oliver McEwan, William Haberecht, Nicholas Houston, Ray Leonard, Adam Martin
Myrtleford 11.8 (74) def Wangaratta 9.12 (66)
Goals: Myrtleford: Declan Bren 4, Ryley Bouker 2, Ryley Forrest 1, Matthew Gunson 1, Charlie Crisp 1, Dominic Bedendo 1; Wangaratta: Samuel Byrne 3, Alex Johnstone 3, Joshua Smart 1, Ethan Roach 1, Joshua Hedin 1
Best: Myrtleford: Declan Bren, William Shem, Joshua Muraca, Max Stevens, Mitchell Botter, Ryley Forrest Wangaratta: Samuel Byrne, Josh Nanson, Hunter Gottschling, Nicholas Sartori, Lewis Sharrock, Bailey Dale
Wangaratta 48 def Corowa-Rutherglen 45
Goals: Corowa Rutherglen: G Senior 29 J Bice 8 Z Mcleish 8; Wangaratta: A Umanski 34 K Keen 14
Best: Corowa Rutherglen: E Laracy J Bice; Wangaratta: A Umanski I Byrne H Grady
Corowa-Rutherglen 56 def Yarrawonga 52
Goals: Yarrawonga: B Cassar 42 L Gorman 6 A Jones 4; Corowa Rutherglen: O Barber 25 Z Mcleish 24 I Taylor 7
Best: Yarrawonga: A Jones B Cassar; Corowa Rutherglen: O Barber E Maddox
Yarrawonga 49 def Corowa Rutherglen 39
Goals: Yarrawonga: E York 38 M Kennedy 11; Corowa Rutherglen: R Dye 14 C Haigh 13 J King 12
Best: Yarrawonga: Z Jones T Bogle; Corowa Rutherglen: B Ollington C Haigh
16 AND UNDER
Wangaratta Rovers 38 def Wodonga Raiders 36
Goals: Wodonga Raiders: M McGrath 15 T Donelan 13 M Tanner 8; Wangaratta Rovers: K Wilson 36 B Shanley 2
Best: Wodonga Raiders: A Kennett Z Prentice; Wangaratta Rovers: K Wilson B Nolan