MOWBRAY maintained its unblemished record this season, defeating Riverside by 38 runs in NTCA under- 15 grand final on NTCA No.1 last night.
The Eagles went into the match undefeated and were bowled out for 96 in their 25 overs with one ball to spare batting first, with captain Luke Scott scoring a game high 36 not out to claim the man of the match award.
Scott had some support from Callum Harrison (14), while Riverside's bowlers gave them 21 extras.
Riverside's Ben Simpson took 3-7 and Jordan Partridge claimed 2-15.
The Blues required just under four runs an over to cause a massive upset, however, their batsman crumbled as they limped to be all-out for 58 in just 16.4 overs.
Riverside all-rounder Oliver Wood (12) was their only batsman to make double figures as Harrison claimed 3-13 and Scott took 2-18 and manufactured two run outs in an impressive match display.
Mowbray coach Josh Taylor said his boys well and truly deserved to win the premiership after they only won one game all last season.
"You couldn't ask more from them really; to go undefeated and go onto win the final is fantastic," Taylor said.
"Luke Scott made 36 with the bat when we needed them ... and the boys bowled really well - it was pretty much a team effort."