The Macarthur Saints had plenty to celebrate last weekend.
The junior rugby league teams were well-represented with three teams qualifying for the district grand finals.
The teams took to Campbelltown Stadium field with nervous anticipation and a small army of blue and gold supporters in tow.
The Macarthur Saints under 10's team took on the East Campbelltown Eagles and came away winners in a thrilling game.
The Saints sealed the match with an amazing try scored with only six seconds remaining on the clock to make the final score 18 - 12.
Ingleburn RSL have been the Macarthur Saints under 12's team's fiercest competition throughout the season.
The RSL team were too good on the day and took out the premiership.
Both teams showed impressive skills and great sportsmanship in their last year of playing under NSW Rugby League's modified rule format.
The Macarthur Saints under 14's team had a big task in front of them in the lead up to the game.
The team took to the field with only 14 players compared to Ingleburn RSL's team of 21.
It was a tough match and an incredibly close game with the Macarthur Saints team showing a lot of heart to come away with a thrilling 18-16 win.
A Macarthur Saints spokeswoman said the club committee and members could not be prouder of their players and team officials for the hard work they have put in all season and the fantastic way they represented their club in the grand finals.