The Golden Lions won the 2015 Currie Cup after defeating Western Province by 32 points to 24.
The Golden Lions led by 22 points to 10 at half-time.
The Golden Lions also made history by going the entire season unbeaten, a feat never achieved before.
It was a tough, uncompromising match, with both teams intent on lifting the Cup, and there were mistakes aplenty from both teams.
Marnitz Boshoff missed two early penalties, but fortunately for him his opposite number, Robert Du Preez also had an off day with the boot.
Warren Whiteley opened the scoring for the Lions in the 15th minute and just minutes later Ross Cronje scored the first of two tries to give the hosts a healthy lead.
With time up on the clock, du Preez caught the Lions napping and the teams went to the shed with the Lions 22 – 10 up.
From the kick-off the Lions went through the phases and Rohan Janse van Rensburg scored the 4th try for the Lions.
Province fought back when the elusive Cheslyn Kolbe put his number 8, Nizaam Carr, in space to score a great try.
And when the match went into the last quarter Province trailed by 15 points.
Sikhombuzo Notshe scored from a maul to get Province within 8, and put the Lions under pressure in the scrums and set pieces.
With five minutes to go Province needed to score twice to win, but when Chris Van Zyl was shown a yellow card in the last minute, it was all over, and the Golden Lions put an exclamation point on an unbeaten season.