Hepburn has produced a come-from-behind win to raise the cup in the Central Highlands Netball League grand final at Mars Stadium.
The Burras trailed by as many as seven goals in the third quarter, and looked as if they might succumb to a ferocious Springbank attack led by Cynna Kydd.
But the Burras composed themselves, piling on nine goals to two, to draw even with the Tigers, before clinching the match 44-41 in the final term.
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"It was nerve wracking," said Hepburn head coach Gary Cooke.
"I felt like we had it, but the scoreboard wasn't showing it. I could feel confidence building, I could feel momentum building, but the scoreboard didn't show it until the last couple of minutes."
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A large crowd gathered to watch the fourth quarter as both teams tried desperately to gain the upper hand. The Burras took the lead midway through the term only for the Tigers to retake the lead off the hand of Kydd, who played the entire second-half with a dislocated finger.
Hepburn increased the pressure, going goal-for-goal with Springbank, before going ahead for good in the dying stages.
"I knew we were always in it, even when they got eight goals up, we knew how to fight back and we just had to back ourselves," Cooke said.
"The team wanted to play for each other, and everyone was committed and had a crack at every single pass, that was our motto - make a good decision and have a crack at everything."
The motto was embraced by Hepburn centre Maddie Carter, whose effort in the midcourt earned her game MVP honours.
The first-year player told The Courier the win was among the greatest of her career.
"I feel a bit faint thinking about it, it was back and fourth and it was real finals netball, and I'm just happy we could hang on," she said.
"We new Springbank was going to be a tough game with the likes of Cynna (Kydd) who just doesn't miss, so we knew it would have to be a four-quarter effort."
Eighteen-year-old Kira Howard was also superb for the Burras at wing attack, while club captain Tara Ford was brilliant in defence.
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The final marked the last game for Springbank's Kydd who announced her retirement in the lead up to the match.
Cooke praised her contributions to the game.
"She's just phenomenal, it is a shame she is retiring, she is so good for netball in the entire area and she's a star," he said.