Mt Pleasant have won the Oatlands District Football Association premiership after defeating Campania 12.19 (91) to 6.3 (39) at a rain-soaked Oatlands ground.
Played in front of a large crowd, the Mounties were able to adapt to the heavy conditions and controlled play throughout the midfield after being challenged when the Wallabies kicked the first two goals of the game.
Mt Pleasant set up the win with a dominant six-goal-to-nil second term to lead by 39 points.
Aaron Daly was busy through the midfield and his efforts saw him rewarded with the best on ground award, while coach Nathan Barwick, in his 150th game, led by example to take several contested marks and kick two long goals.
Sam Cornish and Wade Cox also kicked two each for the victors while youngsters Logan Bailey and Mitchell Byers handled the conditions with ease.
Campania were best served by Brock Steele and Alex Langridge who gave their all while Ashley Drew battled hard in the ruck.
Matthew Triffett returned to the field after receiving a heavy knock early in the game but the Wallabies found scoring difficult against a Mounties defence led by Ryan Thomas.
The Mounties have now won 18 premierships in the competition and will now permanently hold the Ron Bean Memorial Shield having become the first team to win four premierships since its inception in 2009.