University overcame Brisbane's big wet that truncated the opening two days of the Final last weekend and a spirited comeback from Norths yesterday.
They conjured their own remarkable riposte late yesterday, before bundling out the Vikings today to secure victory.
University had resumed at 2-64 yesterday and soon found themselves in strife at 6-123 as Norths sniffed the chance to get back into the game.
Instead, a pair of remarkable batting efforts turned the game on its head as University romped to a total of 370 courtesy of an eighth wicket stand of 184.
Maiden first grade centuries to Queensland Under-19 allrounder Will Sanders and recently promoted James Grady delivered a stirring fightback, despite bowling heroics from Queensland Bulls pace bowler Connor Sully and his State teammate Nathan McSweeney.
Sanders finished with 100 from 113 balls, and Grady, whose highest score this season was 93 in Alan Pettigrew Shield, finished 104 not out. Sully took 4-80 from 28 overs and McSweeney nabbed 3-88 from 43 overs.
An early wicket to evergreen paceman Scott Walter put Norths on the back foot from the outset. The Vikings were eventually dismissed for 180, with former Bulls player Michael Philipson wrapping up the result with 5-29 from 11 overs.
University was crowned as champions last season when the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of the Final against Ipswich/Logan so their win today capped off another fine summer with premiership glory.
Norths had better luck in Second Grade, defeating the Sunshine Coast Scorchers for the Alan Pettigrew Shield while in the Norm McMahon Shield, the Gold Coast, featuring former Bulls leg-spinner Daniel Doran in their ranks, claimed an exciting win over Norths.
In fourth grade, Redlands mustered a comfortable win over University of Queensland to claim the Bob Spence Shield, while in the Roy Tanner Shield, Norths overcame neighbours Toombul to claim the fifth grade title.
In sixth grade, the WEP Harris Shield was claimed by Redlands which defeated the experienced Valley (2) line-up outright in an exciting clash.