Ballarat Clarendon College has achieved the boys' and girls' premiership double at Sunday's Head of the Lake.
The boys were able to win their first Harold Deveson boys' premiership since 1998 with 44 points, six points clear of second placed St Patrick's College and 18 points clear of third placed Ballarat Grammar.
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Meanwhile the Clarendon girls put a stop to Loreto's run of four straight J H Netherway girls' premierships.
College won the Open Division one, two and three races to get their day off to a flying start.
It is their first girls' premiership victory since 2014. They finished on 43 points, five points clear of second placed Loreto College and eight points clear of Ballarat Grammar in third.
Boys Premiership: Ballarat Clarendon College 44, St Patrick's College 38, Ballarat Grammar 26, Ballarat High School 14, Damascus College 10.
Girls Premiership: Ballarat Clarendon College 43, Loreto College 38, Ballarat Grammar 35, Damascus College 11, Ballarat High School 10.
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