The pioneering hybrid version of rugby league and touch football for girls, known as league touch, had its grand final night on Friday.
League touch is a collaboration between the Cronulla Sharks, NSW Touch Association and the Cronulla Sutherland Junior Rugby League with the deciders played at Southern Cross Group Stadium.
Cronulla Caringbah downed Como Jannali 16-0 in the opens grand final, with Taren Point taking out the under-15s decider with a 28-10 victory over De La Salle.
Gymea won the under-13s with a 20-6 win over Aquinas and Holy Family Colts, while St John Bosco won the under-7s final 30-12 over Como Jannali.
Taren Point and Como Jannali downed De La Salle in the under-9s and under-11s grand finals, winning 26-12 and 6-0 respectively.
Twenty-two teams representing seven Cronulla Sutherland junior league clubs across under-9s, 11s, 13s and 15s divisions as well as an opens category started the season in late May.