Westbury have taken out consecutive Greater Northern Cup titles, defeating Ulverstone by six wickets in a clinical performance.
Battling the Black Caps in a repeat of last year's final where the Shamrocks broke a 38-year drought, it was all but a matter of history repeating with a superb opening spell from Nick Spencer and Jono Chapman.
The pair set up Ulverstone's demise, all out for 83.
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Leadership duo Daniel Murfet and Chapman saw the home side over the line, with the latter clearing the rope for the winning runs in an effort that impressed captain Murfet.
"I couldn't have asked more with the bowling performance to come out and knock them over for 83 - we'll take that every day of the week," he said.
"We took the key wickets when we needed them nice and early and then continued to build pressure right through."
Greater Northern Raiders paceman Oliver Wood was named man-of-the-match, taking 4-30 to capitalise on the strong work up front by Spencer and Chapman.
"Woody bowled a really good spell as did Chappy and Spence at the top as well. Humey followed up, everyone that came on did their role and made that score get-able."
I couldn't have asked more with the bowling performanceWestbury Shamrocks captain Daniel Murfet
Describing the back-to-back victories as "making up for a few years", the 23-year-old former St Patrick's College student, whose dad Phil played for the club during the club's golden period, said the win was really special.
"We went for a long time without a Greater Northern Cup win and won it last year so to go back to back is really special and I'm really proud of the boys' efforts."
Chapman and Spencer had Ulverstone on the ropes at 3-30 but it would be rejuvenated off-spinner Kieren Hume, who would remove the key wicket of Josh Walmsley just one run later.
Blackcaps batsman Jordan Kelly was the only Coastal player to stand up while setting the total, grinding his way to 42 off 48 while team-mates fell around him.
Wood eventually picked up his wicket, caught behind by Murfet, as he went on to claim four of the last five dismissals with only Rohan Speglic (run out by Spencer) spared.
Opener and club coach Matthew Battle burst out of the blocks chasing, smacking 26 off 28 balls before his dismissal, allowing in-form Raiders batsman Jake Williams to work his way into his innings.
Former Tasmanian Tiger Dane Anderson was taken care on just his fifth ball by Damien DeVries, bringing Murfet to the crease - enjoying a small partnership with Williams before the latter was dismissed for 19 off 45.
Matt Talbot (2-14 off seven) would claim Wood for his second wicket in three balls with a vicious rising bouncer to put a small amount of pressure on the Shamrocks but Murfet (21 off 38) and Chapman (14 off 32) steered the ship home.
"It was really good batting with Chappy in the end to settle it down a little bit and try and nurse it home," Murfet said.
Westbury's focus now shifts to their Cricket North title defence, with the side sitting atop ladder in a battle with South Launceston.
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