The Dubbo Devils have stamped their authority on country football, winning titles in four age groups on the long weekend.
Dubbo sides starred at the Country Cup finals held across the state, with two boys' sides and two girls' sides finishing as champions.
The Devils scored wins in the under 14 and under 15s boys, as well as the under 12 and under 16 girls.
"It just shows how big the sport is in our town," under 15s coach Luke Cameron said of the outstanding achievement.
For Cameron and his side, it marked the third successive year they've been crowned Country Cup winners.
"The under 15s took out a win last year as under 14s, and the year before that as the under 13's.
"They're all fantastic, hard working players, and there's definitely some extremely talented players on the team.
"I'm extremely proud of all they have done, they're a great bunch of blokes and I can't wait to work with them again next year to hopefully achieve another win.
"And I will continue to support them no matter what they do."
The under 14s boys finished their Country Cup campaign undefeated.
Coach Paul Crain says the side has come a long way since last year's third place finish.
It was a good way to wrap-up the Youth League Season, taking Wagga out 11-0, followed by a win over Lachlan 6-1, a draw with the Devils "toughest competitors" far South Coast, 2-2, and a finale win against Shoalhaven 5-0.
"Far South have a really similar team, they're a very good team," Crain said.
"And well coached."
Crain says it was "the little things done right," that landed the boys first place.
"They played some good, hard football," he said.
"And they got the result."
The team's best and fairest was presented to Ethan Letfallah, the coach's award went to Blake Smith, Country Cup Player was Noah Linch and most improved went to Jessie Fee.
"They played well, they're heading in the right direction," Crain said.