WESTERN successfully enacted their revenge on Riverina to take out the Country Cricket NSW Girls Under 16s Championships in Canberra.
After going down to Riverina in the pool stages Western earned a rematch in Tuesday's decider - courtesy of wins over ACT Southern Districts and Greater Illawarra - and they came away with the title in a four wicket victory.
Western won the toss and managed to restrict their opponents to just 76 runs in the grand final but there was plenty of danger in getting over confident, as Riverina had kept them to just 89 in their previous meeting.
Many Western bowlers chipped in with wickets. Aimee Longhurst's 2-6 from four overs was the highlight while Maddy Spence (2-10) and Callee Black (2-16) claimed multiple wickets.
Western's chase got off to an identical start as Riverina's - both sides were 1-4 after their first two overs - but Longhust (13) and Ella Tilburg (11) helped get their pursuit back on track.
The hunt was threatened to derail when the back-to-back dismissals of the in-form Black (8) and Amali McNeil (0) left Western at 6-46 with less than half the innings to play.
However, the brilliant efforts of Orange's Ellen Dolbel (19 not out) and Bathurst's Hannah Knight (16 not out) saw Western chase down the total of 76 with four wickets and 22 deliveries in hand.
It's Western's first win in a junior women's Country Championships event since their 2012-13 triumph in under 15s.
Western start their under 19s campaign on Wednesday.