HANWOOD put the final touches on a flawless season and improved their perfect Leonard Cup success rate to two premierships in as many years with a 5-1 win over Cootamundra.
Braces to Johane Oberholzer and Airlee Savage paved the way for the win, although the scoreboard doesn't reflect the tightness of the contest.
Although Cootamundra started the game well, Hanwood soon took a stranglehold on the match with three first half goals.
In the fifth minute a howler from Cootamundra keeper Annette Parkinson allowed Oberholzer's long range shot to find it way into the back of the net.
Seventeen minutes later Oberholzer nailed her second, before Anita-Rose Cimador extended the lead to three, poking the ball home after a scramble in the goal mouth.
Cootamundra created enough first half chances to threaten Hanwood and were rewarded just before the break when Taylah Dickinson's shot found the far corner.
Ten minutes after the break effectively sealed a second straight title when Savage poked home a goal from close range to restore their three-goal lead.
The only downside for Hanwood was an early hamstring injury to Kandice Bertoldo, which sidelined her for the rest of the game.
For Cootamundra Kirrilee Cameron's skill and running threatened Hanwood throughout, and was arguably the best player on the field.
Sixteen-year-old Savage also scored three goals in last year's 6-3 extra time grand final win over Tolland.
"We played well and I"m really proud of the girls," she said.
"We passed and talked well. I'm pretty proud, I really do work hard."
Hanwood has won the premiership in both years since they returned to the Football Wagga competition last season.
"It definitely wasn't a 5-1 game, Cootamundra played better than that. We're just lucky we've got girls that when the opportunity arises, they know how to put the ball in the back of the net," Hanwood coach Anthony Zuccato said.
"We've got some good forwards that make a big difference.
"Cootamundra's one of the teams that pushed us through the season, we had a 2-all draw with them a couple of weeks ago. They're a good team and pass the ball around well.
"We're definitely happy with the first two seasons, but like everyone we can still get better. The team has enjoyed playing the different teams and the travel, plus the competitiveness of it."
HANWOOD 4 (Johane Oberholzer 5', 22'; Anita-Rose Cimador 33', Airlee Savage 55' 87') def COOTAMUNDRA 1 (Taylah Dickinson 33')
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