A Ballarat representative team produced a come-from-behind effort to take home the Valerie Page Shield.
Ballarat came back from 23-shots down to shock Geelong at the event on Friday. After heading into tea time down by a large deficit, Ballarat fought hard after the break to secure a three-shot win.
Marie Russell skippered the best performing rink which also featured Jenny Toose, Margaret Meara and Judy Matthews.
The win marked the first time in two years the shield has returned to Ballarat.
Ballarat lost by one shot to Geelong in the same match last year.
The team was part of a 32-person squad of women which ventured to Geelong on Friday to contest the Elaine Webster and Valerie Page Shields.
Ballarat was unable to go two from two, with Geelong defeating Ballarat by 17-shots in the Elaine Webster contest.
Jenny Shepherd led the best performing rink for Ballarat, which finished with a draw. She was backed up by Narelle Vorbach, Joy Feltham and Margaret Phillips.
The Valerie Page-Shield is named in honour of Ballarat bowls identity Valerie Page - a life member of the Ballarat and District Bowls Division.
She served 19 years on the Committee, including two as league president, 15 years as an umpire and many years on the competition committee.
Page still plays Monday Pennant with Central Wendouree as a skipper in Division two.
She also plays Indoor Bowls with Central Wendouree.