An injury time goal by CMI Busselton City substitute Corbyn Wilson was enough for his side to take the local derby honours 2-1, against Dunsborough in their Premier League fixture on Sunday.
In a game that was less than memorable, both sides were guilty of continually giving away possession and ignoring the wide expanses of the Churchill Park pitch.
Dunsborough scored the only goal in the first half from a far poster header after the Busselton defence failed to deal with a seemingly innocuous cross.
In the second spell Busselton were far more enterprising but it wasn't until 65th minute before Mike Newell's shot was only partially saved by Dunsborough keeper Justin Barker before finishing up in the back of the net to level the scores.
With it looking most likely that both sides would share the points, the athletic Wilson nudged the ball past the hapless Barker to the delight of the Busselton players and supporters.