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Waubra put Central Highlands Football League heavyweights Hepburn to the sword in a powerful display of pressure football on Saturday.
The Roos had fixed their eyes on the 2019 premiership cup and it wasn't going anywhere but home with them.
The one-on-one, fierce tackling and tough physical presence of Waubra had Hepburn rattled right from the first bounce.
A quick opening goal from Kangaroo skipper Tom Nash heralded an onslaught of 10 scoring shots to the Burras' three and Waubra led by 27 points at the first break.
It was a great day out for Waubra's Austin Murphy who booted a goal in the opening term and had supporters on their feet with two in a row in the third. He ended the afternoon with four.
The best on ground medal went to Waubra's hard working James Lukich, who kicked two majors during the match.
Lukich was a match winner, but didn't have it all his way... he was assessed on the sidelines after being hit in the face and stunned during a smother before half time.
Will Booth made his mark on the game with goals in the first and final terms while Josh Crawford, Darcy Jenkins, Andrew Wettenhall, John Coleman and Dean Robertson backed up with singles.
Jackson Kinna, Ben Wilson, Ryan Head and James Petrie were among the best of a Waubra side that was on song.
It was a puzzle how Hepburn seemed so flat after recent rousing wins and with a reputation for pulling off the unexpected, the crowd at Mars Stadium was waiting for the inevitable turnaround.
But the fightback didn't come.
Scoring was choked by the Waubra pressure and goals that were expected from star forwards like Sam Dunstan, Izaac Grant and the McKay brothers were meagre.
Hepburn skipper Dan O'Halloran tried hard to spark a revival and some like Ken Cummings, Segifili Asa Leausa and Tom Horne gave their all.
Nathan Dunstan plugged away in the ruck duels and Ned Johns tried to even the odds out of the centre.
All in all, it was a fitting reward to Waubra's steely resolve to bring home the premiership cup and a thumping goal from medal winner Lukich near the final siren closed this chapter of CHFL football history.
The team's success came from fourth position on the ladder at the end of the home and away rounds and after three-straight losses before finals.
From there, the Roos beat Buninyong in a qualifying final and Gordon in the preliminary final before toppling Hepburn to claim the flag.
Waubra's senior grand final triumph is its first since 2011.