The Arnhem Crows and the Katherine South Crocs have taken out the women's and men's Big Rivers Football League premierships respectively.
The Crows won 4.5 (29) to 3.8 (26) against Katherine South in a nail-biting finish for the women's grand final on Saturday evening for the second year in a row.
Playing after the women, Katherine South beat the Katherine Camels 14.12 (96) to 10.7 (67), taking out back-to-back premierships for the men's division.
AFLNT Regional Development Manager for Big Rivers Football League Gavin May said the whole community got around the event.
"It was awesome to see so many spectators travel to Katherine from all around the Top End," he said.
"The atmosphere was electric with everyone was up and about, especially due to the score being so tight during both matches."
The grand finals were streamed live on YouTube for the first time for those who couldn't make it in person, with 4.8k people tuning in for each game.
The matches will also be broadcast on NITV next month.
Katherine South player Will Farrer was awarded the BOG Morris Medal and Crows player Hannah Turnbull was named BOG for her match.
Mr May said one of Mr Farrer's marks earnt him the adoration of the crowd.
"Across both Grand Finals, there were highlights left right and centre," he said.
"One of the more spectacular moments was when Best on Ground Morris Medal recipient Will Farrer leapt onto his opponents shoulders in the first quarter and took a brilliant mark."
The talent of the local players was on display during the games, with Mr May commending a number of players as ones to watch.
"This season we had a range of players, both hailing from the Big Rivers region and from the NTFL in Darwin," he said.
"Locals Jenna Singh of Arnhem Crows and Keifen Mardi of Katherine South were terrific this season and both have a bright future in footy."
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