The Timber Creek Bush Turkeys won the Nitmiluk Cup on the weekend.
More than 100 cricketers from as far away as the Gold Coast gathered at the town oval for the cricket tournament.
Tournament organiser Marcus Rosas said the 18thedition of the cup was a great success.
"The event was played in the spirit of cricket," he said.
"The event was played in the spirit of cricket"Marcus Rosas
While Timber Creek took out the cup, the Katherine Cows won the TJ Tilley Nitmiluk Shield, beating off teams from major centres like Katherine and Darwin.
Eleven teams came from as far as Borroloola, Timber Creek, Darwin and Robinson River to play.
The tournament was played over Saturday and Sunday after the event was kicked off with a schools cup on Friday afternoon.
The Super 6 format meant each team was allowed only six players for five over innings and led to what Mr Rosas called a "slogfest."
All the teams battled through very hot conditions as the mercury hovered around 40 degrees.
The Bush Turkeys made it back to back championships this year after they beat Bad Company in the final.
The result was an exact copy of the 2019 final.
May Rosas conducted a welcome to country ceremony to highlight the ongoing NAIDOC Week events taking place around the country last week.
Mr Rosas said it was the first time the cup had been scheduled at the same time as NAIDOC week.
NAIDOC week was postponed until November this year due to the pandemic.
He said a welcome to country and an increased focus on celebrating Indigenous culture will be a feature of the cup going forward.
"I had a lot of teams say thank you, that they actually learnt something new," he said.
Mr Rosas said the spirit behind the competition is to promote the game to Indigenous cricketers and encourage community teams to play in the upcoming Imparja Cup next February.