By any reckoning, it's hard to imagine there's been a season of greater dominance by a Maitland club across the grades than what City United has managed in 2020-21.
In recent times Norths were clearly the top club with a string of titles, and at other times Easts have been extremely powerful too, but City's statistics present a compelling case.
Consider this: City United's first, second, third and fourth grade teams in 2020-21 were all minor premiers.
Across the four grades, City lost just two games ... one in first grade, and one in fourth grade. Both the seconds and thirds were undefeated.
It's the second successive year they have won the club championship.
City players were ranked first and third in the best player rankings according to the MyCricket, with all-rounder Todd Francis ranked one and batsman Josh Trappel finishing third.
Norths' Cal Gabriel finished second.
With the bat Trappel was the leading run getter in first grade with 544 runs at a season high average of 77.7.
With the ball, Francis was the leading wicket taker with 29 wickets, followed by City teammate Tim Burton with 27.
Nick Bower and Tim Baker were equal fourth with 21 wickets - only Dan Willis of Thornton was able to muscle in on City's big four.
It continues through the grades.
Three of the four leading run getters in second grade, for example, were from City - Ricky Dent (1st), Mark Drage (2nd) and Michael Heinrich (4th). And so it goes.
For first grade captain Matt Trappel, the success is a reward for a lot of hard work by the club.
"I think the most pleasing thing about it is that it wasn't all that long ago - the early 2010s, around there - we were struggling and our junior numbers were dwindling," he said.
"It has taken a lot of effort and hard work by a lot of people to turn that around, but it's a satisfying feeling and the results are there for all to see.
"We're now seeing our junior players pushing through in all grades and also players from other clubs are happy to come over and join us.
"But after such a good season we still have semis to go and we're setting our standards high.
"It's important we finish it off and don't let it slip now."
City meet Wests at Lorn Park in this weekend's first grade semi final with Thornton at home against Norths in the other.
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