In their second final in two years, the mighty green and gold girls have gone back-to-back.
In a tight match, the Mittagong Lions Girls League Tag (GTL) team defeated the Thirlmere GTL team 16-14.
The club was ecstatic releasing a congratulatory post on their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/MLJRLFC.
Mittagong Lion coach Kayla Schmidt couldn't have been prouder of her players.
"To describe my feelings in one word today after winning the grand final would be proud," Ms Schmidt said.
"I am proud of each and every single one of the girls.
"Each one of you played your absolute hearts out. You all held your heads high, stuck together as a team and played the game with honour and determination.
"You never gave up. You girls brought it home and played a fantastic game of footy.
"I am proud of the way the older girls lead throughout the year and in the grand final.
"The way they used their experience to bring up and include the younger girls was beautiful. Younger girls, It will be your turn to lead next year and you have learnt from the best."
With some of the players moving on due to age limitation it will be bitter sweet to see the girls move up to a different grade.
"We will miss all the girls that will be moving on, some of which have been here since the beginning of the girls competition," Ms Schmidt said.
"We appreciate you all and we will miss you next year as you move on.
"I am proud to be a part of this mighty amazing club.
"Even though this has been an odd year and it's not the atmosphere that would normally be expected from a grand final, the messages and support from far and wide as they watched from a distance was incredible.
"We felt all the support out there and we thank you all."
Working alongside another coach, Schmidt had high praise for the fellow coach.
"I am proud to have won again this year alongside the absolute legend and super coach, that is Corey Shepherd," Schmidt said.
"This man lead the team this year, it was all him.
His wealth of knowledge is indescribable and he converts this knowledge effortlessly from the boys game into the girls game.
T"o say we were both nervous last night would be an understatement, he may have looked cool and calm but there is no grass left where he was sitting!
"You are one of the best Corey and I have learnt so much from you.
"Thank you for all you have done for the team and the club.
"You're a life member for a reason and you deserve all the praise in the world."
Player of Match of the match was Ebony Monro.
Coach Corey Shepherd has been contacted, but was unavailable.
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