NORADJUHA-QUANTONG ensured there were no slip-ups against Swifts at the weekend and wrapped up back-to-back under-14 Horsham District Football League premierships.
The Bombers suffered their only loss in the past two seasons at the hands of the Baggies just two weeks ago in the second semi-final but on Saturday they learned from their mistakes.
The Bombers got off to a fast start with four goals in the first quarter and held Swifts scoreless.
Things did not get much better in the second quarter for the Baggies as they were outscored three goals to one.
Noradjuha-Quantong's pace slowed in the second half and they only added two more goals for the match, but the damage was already done.
Bombers coach Tim Kelly said he was proud of the way his young team responded to the semi-final loss to the Baggies.
"It was a wake-up call for them and ever since that day, they've trained unbelieveably and really wanted the ball," he said. "Two weeks ago we only played two quarters of football and for two weeks I have drummed into them that we can't do that in a grand final.
"To come out today and do a job like that on them was really well done."
Kelly said his team was 'taking it too easy' as the end of the home and away season but receieved the motivation it needed to train harder after losing to the Baggies.
James Gregg won the VCFL medal for best player afield, but had great support from his team-mates.
Key forward and captain Remy Cross commanded a double-team for most of the day but still finished with three goals and Riley Summerhayes dominated in the ruck.
Kelly said all team members stood up and performed their role.
"James Gregg had a top game," he said. "He leads by example for us."