For the second year in a row, the Holy Trinity Orange Pealers have won the coveted Cockatoo Shield.
This year the Orange Bellringers entered two teams in the competition and took out first and second places.
The Cockatoo Shield is a competition for eight bells and ringers are judged on their striking ability which includes even ringing, pace and pattern.
The two teams each had to record a set eight minute recording comprising several changes to the order in which the bells are rung.
Tower captain Joy Fabry said many towers often had difficulty fielding a band of eight ringers in the competition.
“For us to manage two teams in this competition is quite something,” she said.
“We encourage all our ringers to participate in the competition as it can be a useful learning tool, as well as a lot of fun.
“We were very nervous after winning last year as felt we had a reputation to uphold.”