Warilla powered to a second Henselite National Club 5-a-Side challenge title after beating South Tweed in the grand final at Helensvale Bowling Club.
The star-studded Gorillas had two wins and a draw out of the four matches in the decider to claim the $20,000 top prize.
Northern Ireland superstar and reigning Bowls World Cup champion Jeremy Henry led the way for Warilla with a 14-shot win in the triples and a tough three-shot win in singles against Commonwealth Games gold medallist Kelvin Kerkow.
South Tweed were gallant in defeat with Geoff Hawken's side winning the fours, 16-11 over World Champion Alex Marshall. The pairs clash was a 14-14 draw.
Meanwhile, Warilla and Towradgi Park return from a three-week break to face off in the Champions League tomorrow afternoon at Towradgi BC.
Towradgi are back up on Saturday afternoon at home to Belrose, while Warilla host Belrose on Sunday morning.
Warilla have beaten The Hills and NSW Institute of Sport All-Stars in their first two games, while Towradgi have lost to Merrylands and Mt Lewis.
The Warilla versus All Stars clash featured some of the biggest names in bowls, with world champions Marshall and Henry, Australian bowls legend Steve Glasson, Australian Indoor champion Karen Murphy, national representative Aron Sheriff, Illawarra stars Shane Garvey, Stephanie Hili, Dawn Hayman and Dylan Skinner in the All-Stars side.
Tomorrow's Towradgi versus Warilla match starts at 2pm, with a 1pm start on Saturday for Towradgi's home match against Belrose and 11am start on Sunday for Warilla's home game against Belrose.
The Champions League replaces the NSW Premier League and features eight clubs: Warilla, Towradgi Park, Merrylands, The Hills, Mt Lewis, Roselands, Belrose and NSW Institute of Sport All Stars.