The Wollongong Devils broke a five-year Vawdon Cup drought on Sunday.
The Devils youth grade side defeated Balmain 7-5 in the Cup grand final, becoming the first Wollongong side since 2015 to claim the representative trophy.
Wollongong Touch vice-president Tim Robinson said it was a great achievement.
"There are two main titles in touch football. One is the State Cup in December and the other is the Vawdon Cup. It has the best teams, best clubs from all over Sydney and metro NSW, and there are a couple of good country teams that attend too. It's definitely up there with one of the pinnacles to win," Robinson said.
"It was the first Vawdon Cup title for the club since 2015 and that was our first ever youth side fielded in an opens competition. So in their first crack at it, they had a win.
"They were all lower age kids. Youth league age is 14 to 17, and the majority of these kids are still in the under-16s divisions, so they're 14, 15 years old and right at the end of the young end of the spectrum, compared to some of the players they were up against. We had really good talent on show that's still really young."