Minyip-Murtoa's players were left to bask in the glory of their historic win after the final siren sounded on Saturday afternoon.
It had been 21 long years since the Burras last won a seniors premiership, and the Burras faithful flooded the ground to honour the latest group to etch their name into the club's history books.
Minyip-Murtoa coach John Delahunty was nearly lost for words after the game.
"It's unbelievable," he said.
"I won one premiership when I was in Melbourne in 2012, and I never thought I'd experience it again.
"The feeling to do it for your home town. The way the club and the team have improved out of sight.
"I'm just so proud of the boys. It's bloody remarkable."
Burras co-captain Luke Chamberlain said it was a special achievement.
"It hasn't really sunk in yet. You can see by the people here that for two small towns this means so much," he said.
"It's not just for us as players. We may get medals, but they (supporters) get to enjoy the success too."
Watch the Burras sing the song
Toohey Medallist Ben McIntyre was instrumental for the Burras in the middle of the park.
McIntyre said the grand final win was something he'll remember for a long time.
"Mate, that's easily the best feeling I have ever had," he said.
"I'm not a big crier, but I cried after that.
"To come down to such a great club and for us to do this is so unexpected. It's just unreal.
McIntyre said the win was made sweeter by getting to share it with those close to him.
"To share it with my brother (Tim McIntyre) was unreal," he said.
"To be honest, everyone is just a brother. I love them all; they're great blokes."
"Even with the netballers too. My girlfriend plays here (Minyip-Murtoa) too, and when that final siren went, they were the first out on to the ground."
Watch John Delahunty's stirring three-quarter time speech
Co-captain Angus Trethowan said a new reality was starting to sink in after he hoisted the cup high.
"I was lying in bed last night thinking I could be a premiership captain," he said.
"This is something I am going to remember for the rest of my life."
Jack Boschen returned to Minyip-Murtoa this season. He said Saturday's win was made sweeter by the heartbreak the Burras suffered in the 2017 and 2017 grand finals.
"I've come home this year after being away for a couple of years," he said. "I had to watch the 2016 and 2017 ones from the sidelines. That sucked, getting so close.
"You can see this (premiership) means a lot to a lot of people. I'm pretty proud of what we achieved today."
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