There was no shortage of memorable moments in the Tallangatta and district league over the past decade.
The start of the decade saw Beechworth claim its maiden flag and by 2019 Thurgoona was is the midst of a dynasty, playing in four straight grand finals for three flags.
In between there were some epic grand finals.
Kiewa-Sandy Creek defied history to win the flag from fifth spot in 2011 under coach Ryan Richardson.
Barnawartha also only scraped into the top-five in 2013 but won four consecutive finals under coach Mark Sarau to pinch a fairytale flag.
And who can forget Tallangatta's pulsating grand final victory over raging favourite Kiewa-Sandy Creek in extra time in the 2015 decider.
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But arguably the decade will be remembered most for the transformation of Thurgoona from perennial whipping boys to league powerhouse.
After joining the league in 1988, Thurgoona were often on the wrong side of some massive floggings during the 1990s where 200 plus point thumpings were a common occurrence.
From 1989 up until 2005 the Bulldogs collected nine wooden spoons at an average of one every second year.
But the tide started to turn at the kennel after they won their first ever final in 2007.
Thurgoona advanced to the preliminary final at the start of the decade and alongside league heavyweight Kiewa-Sandy Creek have contested 10-straight finals series.
But there was plenty of finals heartache in the first-half of the decade before Thurgoona finally broke through for its maiden flag in 2016.
The Bulldogs lost consecutive grand finals in 2011-12 and also suffered a heavy defeat in the preliminary final in 2014.
It wasn't until the appointment of Peter Copley in 2015 that the Bulldogs finally realised their full potential.
Copley boasts one of the most enviable coaching records in country football, leading Mitta United to back-to-back flags in 2004-05 as well as having the ultimate success with Culcairn (1993) and Holbrook (1991).
They were bundled out in the second week of the finals in Copley's first year at the helm.
But the man with the midas touch delivered the success-starved Bulldogs their maiden flag in 2016 before handing over the coaching reins to Jayden Kotzur and Jarmarl O'Sullivan.
The Bulldogs won three flags for the decade which was also equalled by Kiewa-Sandy Creek.
Thurgoona won 14 of 27 finals appearances to narrowly eclipse the Hawks who won 13 of 23.
Mitta United's golden era finally subsided with the Mountain Men claiming one flag in 2012 after winning a four-peat the previous decade from 2004-07.
Seven of the 12 clubs contested a grand final with Wodonga Saints the only club not to play in at least one final.
Wahgunyah contested its first final series in 2011.