In the four-year history of Scottsdale's women's side, they've made every grand final.
Now they've added a second premiership to their list alongside the 2017 triumph, defeating Old Launcestonians 3.5 (23) to 2.2 (14).
It wasn't without its worries but the Magpies' triumph over the minor premiers meant a lot to coach Cabel Hall.
"It just means that hard work pays off really and if you're prepared to stick at it and work your ass off - eventually it will come," he said.
"We've lost the last two grand finals in a row but we've stuck at it.
"It's basically been a brand new team this year, I think we've only got two players that played today that played in our inaugural premiership, so it's been terrific to mould a brand new team and get it to this stage."
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Those two players, Keeley Lester and Alex Hall really stood out for the Magpies in victory with the former named Scottsdale's best player.
Ex-Magpie Danielle Kelly was named the Blues' best to cheers from both sides as Chelsea Ryan and Mikaela McKnight showed signs of brilliance.
Scottsdale started the contest with a bang, keeping the Blues scoreless in the first quarter as Briana Hinkley grabbed the first two goals.
It would be a long wait before the Magpies added another major to the match-up but Old Launcestonians weren't able to rope them in during the second or third quarters - adding just one point in the second.
Star Northern Hawks goal shooter Ashlea Mawer kicked the Blues' first early in the third, barging her way through a pack and getting boot to ball but Scottsdale looked to respond fast.
Hall got a quick clearance which led to a point before they began peppering the OLs defence led by McKnight and Macenzi Lloyd but they were only able to add another behind as Maddy Reid got on the end of a high ball and missed the big sticks.
It felt like the Blues were coming, trailing by only nine points at the final break but they etched closer through a Mawer missed shot.
Enter Jessica Ringrose, as the dangerous small forward who led the league's goalkicking grabbed her first of the day to bring her side within two points.
That would be as close as they got however as the ball quickly worked its way up the other end and best on ground Lester showed her class, weaving her way through a pack to kick the sealer and put a smile on coach Hall's face.
OLs coach Mathew Murfett was gracious in defeat admitting the loss was disappointing but his side will be better for it going forward.