MORWELL won its first Gippsland League reserves premiership in 23 years on Saturday.
The Tigers defeated Morwell 8.7 (55) to 5.8 (38).
The Tigers came from fourth spot on the ladder to claim the prize.
Morwell controlled most of the match, not conceding a goal in the first quarter and leading by 17 points at the final change.
The Parrots cut the deficit to eight points midway through the final term, but the Tigers held firm, kicking the final goal to win by 17 points.
Tigers coach Jason Macfarlane won the best-on-ground medal, while Marcus Webb kicked five goals.
Maroons too strong
TRARALGON was too strong for Moe in the under 18s grand final.
The Maroons avenged their loss to the Lions in the second semi-final, winning 12.6 (78) to 2.8 (20).
The Lions were held goal-less for three quarters, during which the Maroons had established a 51-point lead.
Hayden Willaton kicked four goals and Jacob Van Iwaarden three for the winners, with captain Matt William named best-on-ground to go with the league best-and-fairest award he won during the week.
MOE'S under 16s team completed an undefeated season with victory over Traralgon in the grand final.
Set-up by a five goals to one first term, the Lions won 9.17 (71) to 5.10 (40).
Sam Flanders kicked four goals in a best-on-ground performance for Moe.