Launceston have joined State League folklore, winning consecutive premierships with a 12.5 (77) to 6.7 (43) win over North Launceston.
Becoming just the third side after Clarence and the Bombers to win consecutive flags since the competition's reboot, the Blues led all day in a high standard of State League football.
With no pre-game fists unlike last year's encounter, it would be a downfield free-kick given to Blues coach Mitch Thorp that would signal the first goal.
Already looking dangerous early, Brendan Taylor would add to that moments later courtesy of a contested snap as the first three inside 50s of the game went to the Blues.
As play progressed, the Bombers began their attacking, with several inside-50 entries thwarted by the Launceston defence.
That was until a long shot from young George Town boy and TSL team of the year member Brandon Leary opened their tally, sending the crowd into a frenzy.
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A massive spoil from Jamieson House on Nathan Pearce prevented a sure-fire second major in a matter of minutes and an equally-big tackle from Josiah Burling on Will Edmunds created a Blues chance.
The young gun missed to the left but Thorp, wearing Burling's early-season number 55, would put the Blues two goals to the good.
Mark Walsh booted a goal after the quarter-time before some bumping between Judah Edmunds and Jack Tuthill drew the attention of the whole ground, resulting in a classic cross-town scuffle.
Taylor was the first to strike in the second term, getting on the end of a Jay Blackberry kick while North Launceston coach Brad Cox-Goodyer looked to be battling a left arm issue.
The Alastair Lynch Medallist spent a fair chunk of the second term, and the rest of the match, further forward of the football as neither side added to their goals tally for a long period.
A Michael Musicka goal-line soccer would change that and bring the margin to a game-high 16 points, taking advantage of a Bombers defensive error.
Cox-Goodyer shortened the margin with a superb volley before a post-goal scuffle saw a free kick offered to Tom Bennett, goalling to bring the game back into the balance.
Coming out of main break four points up, the Blues went straight into attack, finding 2011 flag veteran Joe Groenewegen who extended the lead from a tight angle.
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Blackberry, who had been involved in plenty of his teammates' goals throughout the day, snapped his first to bring the lead back out to that 16-point margin.
In a bizarre case of numerology, the opposing number 16 Oliver Sanders roosted North's first major of the second half.
Zach Burt missed a chance to join the goal-kickers while experienced Launceston pair Blackberry and Groenewegen continued to push their Baldock Medal hopes, the former with nine disposals in the term.
Livewire and former Blue Jack Rushton would be the man to peg the margin back, putting his side within just three points before skipper Jay Foon missed an open goal after looking certain to give the Bombers their first lead of the day.
After big collisions at either end of the ground to open the final term, Groenewegen would be the man to start the scoring again.
Jayden Hinds continued to be massive off the half-back flank for the Blues, foiling several of the Bombers' attacking runs in his maiden senior grand final.
Scoreless play ensued throughout much of the last term, with the Bombers failing to score in the opening 24 minutes despite spending some strong time in their forward 50 while just 10 points down.
A dangerous tackle free kick to Jack Donnellan, who wasn't selected in last year's grand final side, gave the Blues a 16-point lead 16 minutes into the final term - producing ominous signs for North.
Jake Smith took a hanger late in the contest but it would be key-position player Zach Morris who put the icing on the cake 21 minutes into the last, with 'Morry' chants coming from the Launceston faithful.
Taylor added his third and Musicka his second to rub salt in the wounds of North Launceston before the siren sounded confirming the Blues' victory.