"It was a great effort by everyone and wonderful to win." Parker, who plays for the club's men's sixth division side, was a keen soccer player as a junior.
He took up the sport again about five years ago after moving to Alstonville -and now all his family plays for the club.
Eldest son Brodie is a handy player for the club's men's premier division and premier reserve sides, while daughter Alesha plays for the girls 13-years teams.
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AS footballing families go, Craig Parker and his tribe take some beating.
The 45-year-old and his twin 16-year-old sons Jarred and Matthew were part of the Alstonville side which claimed a dramatic Open B victory in this year's Tursa Employment and Training Anzac Cup.
She also assists with canteen duties, while the family also chip in with other club matters.
"I think Louise was sick of everyone else playing," Parker said. "I think football is something that's in our blood." Parker said he was proud to have helped his club achieve silverware.
"I love the mateship involved (with soccer)," he said.
The younger Parkers were among the heroes for their side, with goalkeeper Matthew making a crucial stop in the 7-6 penalty shoot out win over South Lismore.
With the spot kicks following an action-packed 3-all draw at Lismore's Oakes Oval, Parker senior said he had almost been too exhausted to join the jubilant post-match celebrations.
"Everyone was rushing towards Matthew (at the finish)," Parker said. "I actually panicked slightly - I thought they were going to bowl him over.
"I was so nervous (during penalties) for the whole team and my two boys.