Cavaliers' return to the top has coincided with the influence of two names synonymous with success at the State League premiers.
Both club coach Dannie Carstens and Shelby Miller seen the times of struggle.
The pair battled hard to lift Cavaliers from back-to-back sixth-place finishes in 2016 and 2017. They guided the side into a preliminary final.
But it still wasn't enough.
Along came Dan Roden.
The first-year opens coach has been the missing puzzle.
But Roden knew who had motivated the group to go to another cog and push more.
"Dan Carstens is the epitome of the club in the way that she works," Roden said.
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"She is the hardest netball coach going around.
"We haven't probably performed as well as 2015, but over those two or three years she been building it."
Miller has done everything this year in netball.
The 22-year-old this year was named captain. In her 100th game, Miller added the player-of-the match award.
But midcourter praised everyone else in her speech.
"Thanks to the crowd - you guys were absolutely amazing. You definitely got us through at the end," she said.
"To my girls, you are absolutely awesome."
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