YARRAWONGA'S combination of young guns and experienced heads combined to sink Albury by 54 points in the reserve grade grand final at Norm Minns Oval on Sunday.
With best on ground Jordan Urquhart and Tim Lawrence combining with the likes of Ross Mulquiney, Matt Grinter and Matt Dwyer, the Pigeons wore their opponents down with relentless pressure.
"I can't thank for the older guys enough for hanging around and wanting to teach the kids," coach Tim Seal said.
"It's as selfless as can be as they just want to do what's best for the club.
"I thought we set it up with a lot of our pressure in the first quarter."
Urquhart starred at centre half-back, Kayden Sharp held Kolby Heiner-Hennessy to one goal and Marcus McMillan and Kyle Archibald matched up well on Tiger ruckman Ollie McEwan.
A superb set shot from outside 50-metres by Luke Congram on the boundary at three-quarter-time sealed Albury's fate.
Eddy Ziebarth was the minor premier's best player.