A complete performance from Alexandra College saw them become the sixth name in six years onto the Premier League trophy since it was first presented in 2004, deservedly taking the spoils against Muckross in front of a packed Grange Road.
Karen Hinkson opened the scoring inside five minutes, getting a neat deflection from Alice Ward's through-ball after a well-worked free-in. Ward was the liveliest performer of the first half, the Pembroke starlet causing all sorts of problems down the Alex right. Deirdre Duke was also a constant threat
Kate Tynan was in superb form, minding the Muckross net, as Alex won four corners to one in the first half, though Muckross created the odd bit of danger themselves on the break.
The second half, though, spurred on by Hayley O'Donnell and Hannah de Burgh-Whyte was one-way traffic in the red and white direction. Hinkson got her second with eight minutes remaining after Tynan made a series of saves, to roll in the second. Kate Macken added the third late on, again from a rebound.