The 22-year-old former Melbourne Victory and Australian youth international was in scintillating form as he bagged a brace in what was a monumental victory for the Marconi Stallions Football club.
Elasi praised his teammates on what was a memorable afternoon for the Stallions faithful.
?Obviously the elation of having won the Championship hasn?t sunk in yet as well as getting the ?Robbie Slater Medal? but it was all done to the hard work and efforts of our team and the coaching staff.
?We are played as one today and this showed on the pitch.?
Elasi, who has not given up on chasing that elusive Hyundai A-League contact once more, stated that scoring both goals against his former club made that victory that much sweeter.
?As a footballer these things always drive you to go one step further in playing as best as you can and that?s what I wanted to do today.
?Credit to the White Eagles they had a fantastic season this year but huge credit to our boys who stuck by and got the result we wanted and that Grand Final trophy.?
The ?Robbie Slater Man of the Match? award was instigated to honour the tough tackling midfielder as he spent his early years developing as a footballer in NSW before trekking off overseas to forge a successful footballing career abroad.
Previous ?Robbie Slater Medal? winners
2011 ? Peter Triantis (Sydney Olympic)
2010 ? Tolgay Ozbey (Blacktown City FC)
2009 ? Blake Powell (Sutherland Sharks)