RSL Colts have completed one of the most successful seasons in recent RSL-Whitney Cup history downing CYMS Cougars by seven wickets in Saturday's grand final.
Speaking on Sunday morning, RLS Colts captain Marty Jeffery's said it was an 'unreal feeling'.
"That's what you want to aim for all year, but when it happens, it just takes it to that next level," Jeffery said.
With a dominant team all season, Jeffery said there wasn't one 'stand out' player, but rather a whole team who came together.
"I think we've felt dominate the whole year and that's just because of all the guys who have come together in the team.
"We've got a lot of good players here, and there are a lot of teams with good players, but we've all really come together as a team, and have made all those good players into one really good side."
"All year we have been trying to make sure we execute things each game, and yesterday we all played as a unit.
"I couldn't have been more proud of how the boys played yesterday," Jeffery said.
Batting first CYMS got off to a less than ideal start when opener Jake Settree was caught behind off Grant Malouf for seven.
Wicket-keeper Tom Coady walked to the crease to partner last weekend's hero Lachlan Strachan and the two worked their way in to the innings beginning to look comfortable.
The pair added 48 for the second wicket before Strachan skied an attempted pull shot off youngster Riley Keen and departed for 43.
Coady began to run out of partners as some tight bowling, backed by clinical fielding kept the pressure building for CYMS as they stumbled to be 5/94.
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The young keeper in his final game in Dubbo was eventually dismissed for 33 when he was caught in the deep off Ben Taylor.
Sam Ward (15) tried his best at the end of the innings to try and boost the total but CYMS only managed to finish 9/126 from their 40 overs, a well below par score.
Taylor was the pick of the bowlers taking 4/23 off his eight overs.
Colts set about the run chase in a positive fashion with Josh Smith taking the attack to Edmunds.
Former NSW Country representative and Dubbo Cricketer of the Year Mitch Bower nudged the ball around before Smith was eventually caught at slip off the bowling Ben O'Donnell by Tom Nelson.
Jeffrey was impressive with the bat and lead from the front combining with Bower for a 31-run partnership before the latter was caught again off the bowling of O'Donnell.
Anthony Atlee tried his best to finish the game in a hurry but only managed 11.
Jeffery's and Brad Cox (nine not out) combined to see their side home with the captain finishing 59 not out.
After only losing the one match all season Colts have returned the top of the Whitney Cup after going four seasons without winning the title.
Colts have dominated the 2000s and 2010s winning several titles across the 21 seasons so far and show no signs of slowing down when next season rolls around.
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