EIGHT premiers were crowned at Saturday's massive Illawarra Division Rugby League/Group Seven merged junior competition grand finals at WIN Stadium.
The day started with Dapto downing Kiama 24-6 in the 13.2s.
In the win, man of the match Kye Morris (two), Alexei Valentinetti, Harrison McDonald and Seth Newman all scored tries, as Jackob Colwell and Brae Venables landed kicks.
Byron Weston scored the Knights lone try, with Callum Hodgson converting.
The second match was much closer, as Collegians edged Wests 18-12 in the 13.1s, thanks to tries to Thomas Kirk, Lleylan Kopara, Kascha Cervoni and Toby Rodwell, with Jai Luke-Lidbury adding one conversion.
In a match which saw Collies' Chase Davy named best on ground, Josiah Clifford and Talitiga Feagai crossed for the losers - with Kade Reed landing two kicks.
Dapto made it two premierships for the day when they downed Thirroul 28-22 in the 14.2s match.
Zane Polglase, Rhys King, Seth Larkings and man of the match Jackson Rieck (two) crossed for four-points in the win, with the latter also converting four kicks.
The Butchers' tries were scored by Black Hasler, Marcus Hasler and Ramses Munro (two), who also kicked goal, with Alec Rochaix landing two kicks too.
In the 14.1s decider, Wests proved too strong for Gerringong, winning 22-12, behind tries to Zac Tagliapietra, Tristan Dawson, Kaide Pratt (man of the match) and Clay Baldock - who also added three goals.
Paea Sione Liteila Ahio and Thomas Knox crossed for the Lions, which were both converted by Cooper Harrison.
The fifth match on the schedule pitted Bomaderry against fellow Group Seven side Milton-Ulladulla in the 15.2s finale.
Behind tries to man of the match Jarrad Omoeboh as well as Anthony Coslovich, Drue Johnston, Kijen Johnson and Kobey O'Connor, the Swamp Rats ran out winners 26-24 - with Calib McGillick landing three decisive kicks.
In the loss, Darcy Wooden, Samuel England and Blake Halls (two) scored, as the latter landed three kicks to go along with William Hettle's one.
In the 15.1s final, Dapto were no match for Gerringong, as the Lions, led by man of the match Jack Quine, won 26-6.
Braxton Doherty, Ashton Ward, Jack Quine, Dylan Egan and Balunn Simon all got on the score sheet for the victors, as Taj Ford added three goals.
Jaxon Lavender scored the Canaries lone try, which was converted by Callum Leikvoll.
The 16.2s decider was a thriller, as Albion Park-Oak Flats defeated Warilla-Lake South by two points (20-18).
Man of the match for the Eagles Locklyn Hogan added one try and two goals, with Tai Walters, Aaron Hamilton and Nash Hooper also scoring.
The Gorillas points were scored by Keith Gatt (two tries and two goals) and Cohen Scofield (one try).
The final match of the day (16.1s) saw Stingrays of Shellharbour down Collegians 23-18.
Coleby Smith (man of the match),Trey Barlow, Will Starling and Bailey Hodges scored tries, as Toby Peters added three conversions and one field goal in the win.
While Collies' tries were recorded by Liam Arnold, Ben Lavender, Richard Hall and Brandon Morkos - with Liam Constable adding one goal.