BORDERTOWN A-grade have broken their 20 year KNTFL premiership drought, beating Kaniva Leeor United by seven points.
A fine, overcast day brought out a big crowd to the Bordertown oval for the grand final, with the league happy with gate takings of $28,900.
The Roosters also had great success in the Senior Colts, defeating Mundulla by seven points.
While the Junior Colts went to Mundulla, who got over the line in extra time against Bordertown Kybybolite defeated Naracoorte in the Reserves Final.
Coach Simon Fidge said "we won two flags, could have won three, it was a lot of hard work that paid off really.
"I am very proud, the players did the hard work, they do the running and tackleing, its their premirership really, and they are the ones that make you look good as a coach or bad as a coach I suppose."
Commenting on the performance toward the grand final, Simon said "we had a bit of a quiet patch near the finals, form tapered of a bit.
"We lost a few games and then we got our full side back and started playing some good footy - started to play better footy when it matterd," he said.