Reigning premiers Swifts-Great Western claimed their second consecutive A Grade premiership on Monday against Buangor-Tatyoon.
The Grampians Cricket Association A Grade 2018-19 grand final got underway on Saturday and concluded on Monday afternoon.
Combine captain Sam Cocks said he was very pleased to get the win.
"It's fantastic, firstly to win and to go back-to-back - it's a great feeling," he said.
"Credit to the group that we've got and the effort that they put in."
Cocks said the rain did change the path the team set on the first day.
"It was interesting to where things were going to be," he said.
"It was a bit hairy overnight - then when the rain come we weren't sure if we were going to get any play in on Sunday.
"The boys went out and batted well on Sunday when they got on and got us up to a nice total that we could have a bowl at."
Cocks said despite claiming wickets late in the day Sunday, a battle was still on the cards.
"They have some very handy batsmen - and a couple still at the crease," he said.
"We didn't bowl great this morning - not to take away from their batsmen.
"Once we got a break-through and got a wicket it fell into place from there."
Association president David Turner said the final was a positive outcome for both teams.
"Swifts-Great Western are a strong side," he said.
"You look through their B Grade side and they have real depth in their list.
"Credit also needs to go to Buangor-Tatyoon who didn't look like fielding sides this season on their own and come up with the solution to join the senior sides."
It was a season of firsts for the newly formed Buangor-Tatyoon who have combined senior teams for a predicted short term formation to allow junior player numbers to thrive and focus on personal development.
Swifts-Great Western won the toss on the first day and elected to bat.
They set the pace early - making calculated shots when needed.
Captain Sam Cocks was caught out for 5 while fellow opener Matt Delzotto was off the mark, making 20 before being marched off lbw.
Swifts-Great Western low ordered batsman Matt Fitzgerald was named man of the match and top-scored for the Combine with 53.
Buangor-Tatyoon's captain Michael Harricks dominated with the ball in hand claiming five wickets.
"The last few batsmen were hanging around," he said.
"Swifts-Great Western is a very good batting side and can bat all the way down to number 11."
Lachie Oddie and Jack Fraser also chipped in with two wickets each.
After rain delayed the start of Sunday's play until 3.30pm - Swifts-Great Western were all out for 195 off 106 overs.
"I think the rain would of impacted the batting team more than the bowlers," Harricks said.
"The waiting around can get quite irritating for a batsmen."
Buangor-Tatyoon's openers Jacob Bates and Charlie Dyer weren't able to hang around and put early runs on the board.
As the game was called to a halt on Sunday evening at about 6.15 due to bad lighting - Buangor-Tatyoon sit on 4-41 off 22 overs.
Lachie Patching was unstoppable with the ball - claiming the first four wickets for Swifts-Great Western.
Play resumed on Monday at 1pm and Buangor-Tatyoon had a commanding start.
Piling on some early runs - it looked likely to be in for a long day.
Wickets began to fall and after 30 more overs Buangor-Tatyoon were sitting on 9-125.
The pressure mounted as the final batsmen had the task of chasing the final 70 runs needed.
Swifts-Great Western's Jayden McCartney and Matt Heffer claimed two wickets each as they halted any chance Buangor-Tatyoon had on forming a partnership.
Swifts-Great Western worked hard to get the last wicket - with many appeals to the umpires final wicked coming in the 58th over - Buangor-Tatyoon all out for 146.
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