As Longford defeated Bracknell on Saturday, the Tigers took out the first annual Jeff Chugg Cup in commemoration of the Bracknell legend.
Chugg, who passed away late last month, captained seven premiership sides at Bracknell, some of which featured the likes of Longford players Josh Adams, Phil Dodd, Adam Smith, Ben Dodd, Dean Cousens and Cameron Bugg.
Despite his side falling for just 44 after dismissing Longford for a competitive 124, Bracknell coach Dylan Semmens described the celebration as "a good day".
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"It meant a lot to be able to celebrate, there were some people there that we haven't seen for a long time," he said.
"It shows the influence he had on the Bracknell Cricket Club and the wider community especially.
"He set up our culture of playing hard but fair cricket and was a really good mentor."
Longford captain Jackson Blair echoed Semmens' sentiments and believes that the new tradition will continue well into the future.
"It was a really good day, the weather turned it on for us and the crowd came out, it was an awesome crowd to see at the game in honour of Jeff Chugg," he said.
Adams and Brett Fryett delivered speeches after the contest, which saw Nasrullah Khan leave with the Jeff Chugg player of the match medal after taking 5-15 off his eight overs, including the wicket of the returning Jason Shelton.