The Northern Hawks have achieved netball immortality, battling through to a 75-62 win against the Cavaliers on Saturday to go 14-0 for the season.
The two powerhouses spent the initial quarter exchanging blows, with the Cavs keeping pace.
Both team captains held commanding presences on the court, with Hawks' Danni Pickett making opportunities in the offensive zone and Cavs' Shelby Miller dominating in transition.
However, the Hawks managed to take a lead of 21-16 in the first quarter after a few quick strikes by Pickett and shooter Ashlea Mawer.
As the game progressed, the Hawks' physicality on offence began to take its toll, maintaining a six-point lead throughout the second.
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This was aided by a number of costly obstructions committed by the Cavs.
But attackers Melody Philpott and Zoe Claridge gave the underdogs a glimpse of optimism, reeling off a series of goals to keep the Cavs in the contest.
The Hawks' continuous six-point lead haunted the Cavs through the third and fourth quarters, ultimately stretching to an insurmountable deficit.
Pickett was named match MVP. She said to go undefeated was an indescribable feeling.
"It was an amazing game for us ... we fought hard and it wasn't an easy game," Pickett said.
"I'm super proud of the girls, super proud of their effort today but also all season."
While the Cavs kept the first three quarters close, Pickett said the team stood together in keeping a lid on any potential upset.
"I think we were just really composed and we had faith in each other to do the work and get the job done," she said.
"For us it was trusting the process and that's what got us there in the end ... There's no 'I' in team and that certainly was the case today."
From player boyfriends donning team skirts to the applause of the clap sticks, the Hawks' celebrations were aplenty after completing a perfect season at the Silverdome on Saturday.
Co-coaches Ruth Tuohy and Kellie Woolnough were elated to round off the 2020 season in style.
"What a way to cap off the season we've had, the girls have done all the work, all season and it's just a delight," Tuohy said.
"The girls have worked hard and learned from every single game and they did."
This is the team's second championship victory in three years.
Tuohy said the team's regular grand final appearances as well as victories were a testament to the players and their determination.
"We just continued to grow, it certainly feels amazing to finish it off," she said.
"We have lots of leaders on the court ... everyone stepped up today and it definitely was a whole team effort to get the squad across the line and it has been all year."
For now, both the coaches and the team plan to break open the bubbles and celebrate a championship well-earned.
"[It's an] Absolutely amazing effort from the team, we're super stoked," Woolnough said.
"There'll be lots of celebrations and time for the girls to stop and enjoy what they've done."