SIX teams, one title, three semi-finals and two quarter-finals marked a hugely successful NSW Touch State Cup campaign for the Wollongong Devils.
"It's the first time the club has fielded six teams and to have all those teams play on finals day was a massive achievement and something we are very proud of," said Devils vice-president Tim Robinson.
The Devils women's open side won the division two state championship at Port Macquarie, by going through all nine games undefeated.
They had to get past their training partners and club teammates, the other Wollongong side, in the quarter-final (winning 4-2) - before taking care of Doyalson 4-2 in the semi-final and Parkes 4-1 in the decider.
Jamberoo Superoos' Chelsea Tout was named player of the final.
"It was an achievement in itself to have two open women's teams but to have them meet in a hard-fought quarter-final was incredible," Robinson, who's open women's squads contained Vincentia's Terri Milani, Batemans Bay's Sharmay Brailey and Gerringong's Mackenzie Ford, said.
"Then to have one of the sides go on and take out the overall crown was something we will never forget.
"Some of these girls have been training since July before Vawdon Cup.
"The most exciting part was 10 of the 14 girls in the winning team were at their first senior State Cup - with both teams full of graduating junior Devils, meaning the future is very bright."
The men's division two team were beaten 2-1 in their semi-final against eventual winners Wallsend, while a very young men's 20s squad, headlined by Gerringong sextet Taj Ford, Hamish Stewart, Kynan Ward, Ashton Ward, Wes Pring and Dylan Egan, were undefeated before losing their semi-final 7-3 to Orange.
The mixed 30s side, consisting of Nowra's Sam Watts, Berry's Ruby Nicholson, Ulladulla's Ben McClennan and Vincentia's Kate Milani, fell to champions Newcastle 5-4 in the semi-finals.
While the men's premier league side, featuring Milton-Ulladulla quartet Jed Frank, Travis Wooden, Aiden Costa and Lochie Wall, were unlucky going down 5-4 in a drop off to Central Coast in the quarter-finals.