HARROW-BALMORAL is the Horsham District Netball Association 2013 A Grade premier.
The Roos looked down and out at half-time but came back strongly after the main break to clinch the premiership with a two-goal win.
A huge crowd was on hand to witness the fightback, which saw the Roos outscore the Saints 13-6 in the final quarter.
It was an especially disappointing day for Edenhope-Apsley, considering it had lost four consecutive A Grade grand finals coming into the match.
Harrow-Balmoral started well but the Saints seemed to have set themselves up for victory with strong second and third quarters.
But the Saints could not hang on and had to watch yet another team celebrate at their expense.
Ebonie Salter added another award to her trophy cabinet, with a VCFL best-on-court medal to go with her premiership and league best and fairest medallions.
B Grade action saw Edenhope-Apsley lose again, this time to Noradjuha-Quantong.
The Bombers were favourites heading into the match and built a nine-goal lead in the first three quarters, but had to withstand a furious Saints comeback in the final term.
Edenhope-Apsley outscored its opponent 8-2 in the last quarter but it was too little, too late as the Bombers completed a premiership three-peat with Jenna Wills named best-on-court.
C Grade saw another close final, with Harrow-Balmoral getting over the top of Noradjuha-Quantong by four goals.
Roo Lisa Williams was named best-on-court.
Edenhope-Apsley fared much better in the junior competition, winning all three grand finals.
The Saints beat Kalkee 33-29 in the 17 and under grade and 34-18 in the 15 and under competition.
Sacha McDonald had a day out and was named best-on-court in both wins.
Edenhope-Apsley also got over the top of Laharum in the 13 and under grand final by five goals, with Molly Campbell named the best player.
SEE Wednesday's Mail-Times for full reports and more photos from the netball grand finals.