If this is the end of an Albion Park era, then it finished in style, marching to a stunning 9-2 win in the NSW Champion of Champions tournament final against Central Coast's Southern and Ettalong United.
It means Albion Park have collected all six trophies available this season, having fought off a determined challenge from arch-rivals University in the Football South Coast competition along the way.
"It was pretty emotional before the game," coach Richard Davis said.
"Some of these girls have been here for a decade and have decided it's time to finish, so they wanted to do it in the best way possible.
"It's a reward for all their dedication, they've worked really hard to get this far and have been successful for a long time."
Claire Duffy's header from a corner opening the scoring inside four minutes, before Brittany Ring earned a penalty from a break soon after, Kristina Glisic converting.
Casey-Leigh Suttle, Linda Hillard and Ring extended the lead to five at half-time.
Ring would finish with three and Suttle two, as Renee Crowe completed the rout late on.
Captain Tenaya Davis is among those players retiring, having won the Bonnie Lassie and Johnny Warren cups, as well as the league, State Cup and grand final.
Albion Park have won the past six grand finals, four State Cups and four premierships, including a run of more than 50 games unbeaten during that time.
It came as Wollongong United won the under 21 women's grand final with an 8-2 win over Greystanes.
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