Wangaratta and District Cricket Association has awarded premierships to all teams on top of the ladder in its four senior grades.
The board met on Wednesday night after assessing how other Victorian associations handled the unprecedented COVID-19 crisis.
With the season postponed between the final home and away round and the semi-finals, the decision was unanimous.
Yarrawonga-Mulwala won A-grade and A-reserve, Rovers United-Bruck took out B grade, while City Colts claimed C-grade.
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"There were some comments made in regards to the fact that finishing on top of the ladder doesn't have the prestige that it had in days go by," WDCA president Michael Hurley said.
"This firmly puts it back on the requirements that all clubs need to be striving for that if the unforeseeable happens."
The WDCA hopes to present all team and individual trophies at a 2020-21 season launch in October.