Broulee won its second all-age men's premiership in three years to cap off an exciting Eurobodalla Football Association grand-final day.
The victors scored two goals in the first 15 minutes, and never looked like giving up their lead in a 4-2 win despite finishing the match with just nine players.
Narooma's loss came as a slight surprise after finishing the regular season 12 points clear on top of the ladder, but they did show some signs of weakness coming into the finals series.
The men's match was the last of seven games on the day, starting at 9am with an intense clash between Bodalla and the Moruya Blues in the youth boys final.
Moruya controlled most of the possession in the first half, but didn't threaten Bodalla's defence in a scoreless first half.
That pattern continued in the second half, but it was Bodalla that went closest to breaking the deadlock from a corner.
Moruya thought they had a penalty 10 minutes before full time, but the decision was changed after a discussion between the referee and his linesmen.
The match went to extra time, and Bodalla finally broke the deadlock in the first 10-minute period through Sebastian Connolly. That lead held until full time, as the Bulls repelled a wave of Moruya attack over the final 10 minutes.
The youth girls game was an all-Moruya affair, as the Swans edged the Blues 2-1. The win reversed the major semi-final result a fortnight ago.
The Swans opened their lead early, and it was soon a two-goal advantage as the Blues struggled to get into the contest.
They eventually hit late in the second half, but they couldn't find an all-important second goal.
Bodalla won its second-straight all-age women's premiership with a tight 3-2 win over the Moruya Blues.
Sarah Misko and Taliya-Moreton Stewart led the way in the first half, as Bodalla held a 2-1 lead at half time.
Misko scored her second goal in the second half for a 3-1 lead, but Moruya hit back with 20 minutes left to set up an exciting finish.
Moruya had a chance to tie from the penalty spot inside the last 10 minutes, but Rachael Kincaid saved Alice Burgun-Boucher's attempt.
The Blues kept pressing, but Bodalla's defence held on for a 3-2 win.
Moruya was the dominant club in the junior finals, winning the under 10s, under 11s (albeit, on a technicality), and under 13s premierships.
The under 10s saw the Blues face off against Clyde United, and a goal in each half led to a 2-0 win.
The under 11s was a clash between Batemans Bay and the Moruya Blues that ended two-all after extra time. As junior finals don't go to penalties, the clubs shared the 2019 premiership.
The under 13s was the most lopsided match of the day, as the Blues beat Broulee 7-1.
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