Navarre notch up fourth consecutive premiership in football and netball

The dynasty of Navarre Football and Netball Club lives on.

FOUR-PEAT: Navarre netballers celebrate their grand final victory on Sunday. The group has enjoyed a wealth of success - this its fourth consecutive premiership.

FOUR-PEAT: Navarre netballers celebrate their grand final victory on Sunday. The group has enjoyed a wealth of success - this its fourth consecutive premiership.

Navarre’s 41-point defeat of Carisbrook on the weekend delivered the club’s fourth straight senior football premiership.

After falling at the last hurdle in 2011 and 2012, Navarre has forged an era of domination winning 71 of 77 matches across the past four season.

Navarre has dropped just two games in the past three seasons – both in this year’s home and away season. Nonetheless, it stepped up to comfortably account for minor premier Royal Park by 52-points in the preliminary final.

While the netball club has had an equally impressive stranglehold on the competition. It’s 11-goal victory over Trentham in Sunday’s grand final was the fourth consecutive A grade premiership for Navarre.

It boasts a 69-6 record across the past four years.