RAIWAQA Flyers were crowned the Mens Super Premier champions of the 2012 Extreme Solutions Suva Touch Rugby competition after they defeated neighbours Browning Bombers in the final 6-5 on Saturday at Furnival Park.
Fiji Touch Association president Georgina Lasaqa said it was an exciting finish to an exciting season.
She said Bombers lost the final through the mistakes they made in the match.
"Flyers had a lucky day today (yesterday) as they won the game by only one point," Lasaqa said.
"Bombers were leading in the first half and indiscipline let them down as they were down to five players in the later stages of the game and that allowed Flyers to claw their way back to win the match," she said.
Flyers also won the Mixed grade competition when they beat Bombers in the final by 9-8.
"Flyers were lucky here once again as they scored in the last minute to win the match."
The only consolation for the Bombers in the finals was winning the under-16 and under-20 grades.
"In the U16 grade they beat Kia by 2-0 while they won the U20 grade by default when Eagles failed to show up for the match."
New team Voltage was crowned women's champions after they defeated Super Touch 6-5 while the Mens Premier grade was won by Flamingos after beating Sixers 5-4 in the finals.
This was Lasaqa's first final as president and she said it was a successful one.
"I must say it has been an exciting season one with great competition over the past eight rounds which lasted for two and a half months.
"Even the response we, the new committee, received after taking up office has been overwhelming," she said.
Lasaqa said the next season would expected to start in August this year.