For the third successive season, Dubbo and District Junior Cricket Association grand final day has been painted green.
CYMS Cougars won four of the six titles on offer last weekend, those victories going with the five premiership wins last season and the four before that.
While the under 16As' clinical win in an extremely evenly-contested title race was a standout moment, for CYMS president Marty Nelson there was one grand final triumph which stood out and showed what his club is all about.
"The under 16As was the best effort by a mile, the way they stood up and were dominant but the most pleasing was the win in the under 12Bs," Nelson said.
"We had to put that team together at the start of the season. Normally the teams are schoolmates or have played footy together but we started with six players in that team.
"Greg Crowley was the coach and we got two kids from somewhere else and they really came from all walks of life.
"Then they won it after finished equal fourth on the ladder.
"There was only two who had played cricket before in that team and some could have still played under 10s so to win that was really rewarding."
As well as the 16As and 12Bs, the Cougars also won the 12As and 14Bs titles.
Other grand final winners on the weekend were St John's Yellow in the 14As and Macquarie in the 16Bs.
"It comes on the back of a lot of hard work from the coaches and the parents," Nelson said of CYMS' success.
"It's not all about winning. It's about participation, enjoyment, and respect for the game but success feeds off that."
The standout indivudual performance of the grand finals was again delivered by Tom Coady.
The young gun, who played for the Australian under 15s this season, made an unbeaten century as his 16As made 6/227 against Rugby before knocking over the opposition for 108.
Lochie Endacott took 3/20 with the ball.
Coady went on to be named CYMS' inaugural Steve Watts Trophy winner as junior player of the year.
In the 14Bs, Fletcher Hyde and Ollie Williams both made 30 in CYMS total of 8/148 and then Jodan Porter's 3/19 helped keep RSL-Colts to 97.
In an all-CYMS battle in the 12As, Max Bourke made 32 for CYMS White in a three-wicket win over CYMS Green.
The ever-improving CYMS 12Bs side made 4/125 against Rugby in its decider, with Jack Wilson's 14 the top score.
Angus Bowen then took 2/7 from one over to help the young Cougars restrict Rugby to 7/115.
"A lot of the coaches also play grade cricket in the afternoon so there's a real community feel," Nelson said of CYMS.
"We had a few grade players like Stuart Naden, Cal Watson before he went back to Scotland, and Connor Watts help out with coaching, as well.
"We've got a good relationship with the juniors and we're on club where others can be two different organisations.
"We all share a common goal."
There were standout performances in the other grand finals as well, with Macquarie youngster Mick Kent making a memory to treasure in the under 16Bs.
In a shock result, Macquarie downed CYMS with Kent proving to be a star as he took 5/32 from his nine overs.
The under 14As decider was a thriller between St John's Yellow and Macquarie. Edward Murray's 50 and Caiden Ah See's 4/14 were key to the title victory.
There is a chance more premierships could be won by CYMS this season with the club's two third grade sides making the finals of the Dawson Cup while the first grade RSL-Whitney Cup team meets Colts in this weekend's semi-final.