TAVEUNI won the Premier Division title for the first time and their hero was Ratu Apenisa.
He stepped up to blast home a penalty in the first spell and the team from the Garden Island of Fiji was crowned champions as they beat Dreketi 1-0 in the Courts IDC final at Churchill Park.
National league winners Dreketi had their fair share of chances but could turn into goals.
Taveuni coach Billy Hussein said they had mapped out a game plan to ensure they came out trumps.
"We knew that Dreketi would be tough and strong as they have proven in the past but we have set our game plan and the boys followed it," Hussein said.
Hussein said he told his players to play on the sides and this gave them the win.
"Our plan was simple just to use the flanks and play on the sides of the field and it really worked for us," he added. "This is my last tournament as a coach for Taveuni and when the new coach comes in next year then he would have definite good start for them."
They came through to the final with an upset 2-0 win over Nasinu in the semi-final.
Sairusi Tamani and Ratu Apenisa scored the goals in that game.
Yesterday, Taveuni team manager Kaliova Tivolu said they wanted to create history by winning the title for the first time and it came right.
"Last year was the only time that we reached the final," Tivolu had said.
"We lost to Tailevu Naitasiri. We are happy to beat Nasinu who were the favourites.
"The boys have just prepared for two weeks and have travelled a long way to get to Lautoka. We will try our best to win the final."
They took home $5500 for their efforts.