They mightn't have got the opportunity to defend their premiership double but Oxley Vale Attunga will still have some silverware to commemorate what was another dominant Northern Inland Premier Division campaign.
As they did last season, the Mushies did the first-reserve grade minor premiership double, also collecting the club championship.
In first grade they have now gone through two seasons undefeated, and virtually had the minor premiership wrapped up with five rounds of the regular season still to play.
At the time the competition was suspended - later to be abandoned - they were 14 points clear of South United at the top of the table.
After winning both the first and reserve grade titles last year, in what was the inaugural year of the competition, Mushies coach Tim Coates told Northern Inland Football media their ambition at the start of the season "was to win back-to-back minor premierships in both Premier Division grades, with the bonus of the club championship also".
"The mission was achieved, prior to lockdown, and in last game played the defeat of South Untied FC in first grade ensured job done," he said.
He said to win back-to-back minor premierships in both grades was "a real achievement" for the club and one they "look forward to defending in 2022".
"The year also saw first grade undefeated for the second season in a row, no mean feat in any level of any sport," he added.
Asked about what was different this year, he answered while the squad had the depth and passion they do every year, this year's group "just seemed to go the extra bit".
Things were a bit tighter in reserve grade with the Mushies just six-points clear of second-placed Tamworth FC.
Coates attributed the club's success to the strong administration and leadership from club president Mitchell O'Keefe and his team, "coupled with player development, attraction and retainment", and spoke about looking forward to seeing some of the youth players filtering into the senior ranks next year.
North Companions Black were crowned women's division champions, pipping Tamworth FC on goal difference after both sides finished on 29 points. In what was a tight competition Oxley Vale Attunga were then another three points behind.
Moore Creek are meanwhile minor premiers for the Tamworth Division 3 competition as well as the the under-12s, under-13s and under-14s, Kootingal Division 4 and South United the under-16s.