It's been 14 years since Rugby Union competed for a Royal Hotel Cup title, and in their first year back in the competition, they've put together a perfect season.
Ryan Peacock's men produced a masterful 30-run victory over Orange City at Wade Park on Friday night as the skipper's undefeated 72 added to what was an insurmountable team total of 183.
After winning the toss, the away side made the obvious decision to have a bat first but were under a pinch of duress when Imran Qureshi (9) got out LB to Brett Causer (1/29).
But, that mattered little when Sam MacPherson (54) and Ryan Peacock started to gel, the duo combining for a 97-run partnership as they blew Orange City's bowlers out of the water.
Harry McGregor (1/31) was one of the more expensive Warriors with the ball in-hand, but was admittedly unlucky on several occasions - Ed Morrish (0/32) was less than his best as well.
It didn't matter who Morrish gave the ball to, Rugby Union was simply on their game.
"We got off to a perfect start," Peacock said.
"It's a really nice wicket to bat on. Our target was 140 before we went out there and we reached that with six overs to go.
"I felt like I was hitting the ball well."
He was on the mark with that self-assessment, the leader belting nine boundaries throughout the dig, three of which cleared the rope.
Martin Jeffrey (28 not) grabbed the bat when Macpherson finally got out, his cameo proving crucial.
What Ryan Peacock has done with this side has been impressive as Rugby Union has gone from cellar dwellers to one of the best teams in the region.
His recipe for success? Simplicity.
"I've just told the boys to play simple cricket and try to build pressure with the ball," he said.
"We've just been strangling teams out and everyone's been on the same page."
Strangle is what they did after the innings break as the job was far from done when Mick Curtale (17) and Andrew Gordon (5) came out to bat.
But, it was left-arm quick Jonah Ruzgas who really ramped up the pressure, the big man dismissing both openers in quick succession.
After that, it was an uphill battle for the home side. Blake Weymouth did his best to bring his boys from the dead, the young gun's 47-run effort coming to an end with a brutal run out.
Also making waves on the scoresheet was Shaun Grenfell who put 56 runs on the board, despite being fairly conservative in his approach.
Peacock reflected further on how far his side has come in 12 months and where it ranks throughout the Central West.
"I don't think anyone would have picked us to do what we're doing," he said.
I think we've proven we're one of the best teams in this competition, and in the BOIDC.
"We've knocked off Pat's, we've knocked off Orange City and we've knocked off Cavs... there's no reason we can't go all the way in that competition too... that's our goal."
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