Jer Lane have won the JW Lees Brewery T20 Group B Cup for the first time after beating Northowram Fields by 63 runs in the final at Birstall.
They hit the day's highest score of 204-7 before bowling out Northowram Fields for 141.
Opener Abubakar Dawood made 54 and Tom Watson (31) impressed as Jer Lane took charge of the game.
Northowram Fields lost skipper John Lister without a run on the board and wickets fell at regular intervals. Mohammad Jamal took 3-14 as Jer Lane triumphed.
Last season’s runners up were the best team on the day and they showed in the final that they possessed both the strongest batting line-up and the fastest opening bowlers in Mohammad Jamal and overseas player Hazrat Shah.
Jer Lane didn’t need to show the full power of their armoury as they defeated Hunslet Nelson by six wickets in the day’s second semi-final.
Nelson chose to bat first and were bowled out for 104. Only Danny Cross (23) and Andrew McIntosh (21) made an impression as Amjid Khan (3-17) and Gurdev Singh (2-15) posed problems. Nelson didn't help themselves with two run outs - one a spectacular one by wicketkeeper Imran Mirza.
Jer Lane celebrate their T20 Cup triumph. Picture: Ray Spencer
Northowram Fields had little trouble seeing off the challenge of Conference side Rodley in the first semi-final.
Skipper John Lister, above, made 57 as they overhauled Rodley's disappointing score of 102 in 12.4 overs. He made his runs off 27 balls, hitting three sixes and seven four.
The event was well organised by the Birstall club and the spectators were treated to sunshine for much of the day.
Jer Lane wicketkeeper Imran Mirza pulls off a dramatic run out. Piucture: Ray Spencer