FIVE years ago the Dianas were blitzing their opponents on the field, picking up the 2015 premiership title in the process.
The Dianas were a force to be reckoned with throughout the season, eventually defeating the CSU Reddies in the grand final.
Here's how The Irrigator reported on that premiership match back in 2015:
Dianas cruise to premiership victory
THERE could be no better way to finish a season of winning every game than with a premiership.
This is exactly what the Leeton Dianas accomplished in the Southern Inland Rugby Union women's sevens grand final at the weekend.
A final score of 32-5 left the CSU Reddies demolished at Conolly Rugby Complex in Wagga on Saturday.
The dynamic Dianas were never troubled by CSU on the day, showing once again why they are on top in the competition.
Ua Ravu scored straight after kickoff, the first play of the match and the Dianas didn't slow down from there.
Leeton scored three tries in the first-half and at half-time CSU Reddies were being smashed, 17-0.
Coach Bart Challacombe said his team played really well.
"We set out to defend and score early," he said.
"Our attitude in defence was excellent.
"Everyone played really well."
Captain Louise Strachan was given the president's award.
Challacombe said Ravu and Aimee Spowart played outstanding games, but was quick to mention all team members had the impact they were supposed to have.
Tries for the Dianas were scored by Spowart and Strachan, who both crossed the line for two tries each.
Ravu and Tinai Baravilala both scored one try each.
Monique Higgins made a successful conversion.
This is the second grand final win for the Leeton team in three years.
Last year the Dianas made it to the finals, only to be beaten by Wagga City in a surprising and crushing loss.
Being able to avenge that loss after a perfect season was the icing on the cake for the side and for Challacombe.
Captain Strachan said the team used the heartbreak of last year's loss to not only work harder during the season, but in the grand final.
Strachan, who was announced as best on ground, has played in all three grand final games and is a strong influence within the team.
"We wanted to come out and give it our best and that's what we did," she said.
Challacombe agreed and thanked his side for the season and their effort.
"It's been a good period of time for the girls, the last three seasons," Challacombe said.
"Two out of three to win a grand final, shows the quality of players and teamwork."
Challacombe said winning the 2015 premier division was a great way to finish the season.
"The effort they put in, they deserve the win," he said.
The club took a bus load of supporters over to Wagga to witness the Dianas and second grade's victory and they were not disappointed.
"We had a lot of support," Challacombe said.
"A big thank you to everyone who came over."