Records tumbled, windows and solar panels were smashed and a pair of brothers lived out a dream finish to their cricketing reunion as City United claimed the 2018-19 premiership.
Josh and Matt Trappel's incredible 319-run partnership turned the game on day one as Josh amassed a career-high 221 and Matt compiled, a patient in comparison, 108 to allow City to post 7/437 on day one.
The unfortunate bit-player in one of City United's most famous wins in its 102-year history was Kurri Weston who after suffering the pain of having 400-plus racked up against them on day one, were dismissed for 127 in 27 overs on Sunday.
The game as a contest was thrown on its head when Josh and Matt Trappel came to the crease with the score at 2/6 and their side in trouble with young Kurri Weston pace tyros Issac Barry and Jack Sylvester bowling with plenty of venom.
Matt was first to depart with the score on 325 in the 70th over, Josh went soon after with the score on 357.
Josh gave his first chance when he was caught and bowled by Dalibozek after smashing three sixes at the start of the over. The score was 4/357 in the 72nd over.
His innings of 221 included 23 fours, 11 sixes, a broken window in a house across the road from Lorn Park and a broken solar panel on the roof of the Lorn Park Bowling Club.
The City United batsman continued the attack making a further 80 runs in the last eight overs.
The 310-run loss did not reflect Kurri Weston's season, not even their performance in the grand final. The emphatic nature of City's victory was about their team clicking and playing to the utmost of their ability.
"The Trappel boys were incredible and City were too good for us in the end, but we are going to be back and have another red-hot go next year," Kurri Weston skipper Josh Tuckwell, who top scored for his side with 34 at the top of the innings.
City's opening bowling duo Tim Baker and Tim Burton ensured a swift and comprehensive victory capturing the first six wickets between them for just 56 runs. The first five players to fall were all our for four runs or less.
A couple of swashbuckling cameos from Daniel Foster, who clubbed 20 from a handful of balls, and a big-hitting 21 from Jack Sylvester along with 23 from Steve Abel enabled the Warriors to pass 100.
Tim Burton finished with 3-19 off eight overs and Tim Baker took 3-48, his final figures inflated by 15 runs from Daniel Foster in a single over.
Ben Davis took 2-12, Nick Bower picked up a wicket and the Trappel boys combined to dismiss Tuckwell with Matt taking the catch off Josh's bowling.
"What happened yesterday was a little bit freakish in a way. To be 2-6 and for Josh to bat the way he did and just take a hold of the game was incredible," Matt Trappel said.
"To be involved in a 300 partnership is something that rarely happens ever and to happen in a final was unbelievable.
"It was a tough day for Kurri and they dug in the whole day, but fortunately it was just our day.
"Today we just put in a good performance to get 10 wickets to see it through.
"The boys have been playing good cricket all year to cap it off in the final is tremendous.
"The boys thoroughly deserved it, I couldn't be happier."