Maiden Gully celebrated victory in the BDCA under-16 Twenty20 grand final at the QEO on Wednesday.
After being sent into bat by Strathdale-Maristians, Maiden Gully made 3-146 off its 20 overs.
Jasper Langley (34 retired) led the way with the bat, while Brodie Pearce (25 retired) smashed three sixes.
The only wicket-taker for Strathdale was Jacob Floyd, who had figures of 1-5 off two overs.
Strathdale skipper Bailey Dunn (25 retired) got his team off to a bright start, but three quick wickets put the pressure on the Suns’ middle-order.
Charlie Edwards (19 not out) tried hard to get the Suns back on track, but Maiden Gully’s total proved too tough to reel in.
The Suns finished 6-126 off 20 overs, with Eli Pearce (2-17) the most successful bowler for Maiden Gully.
Liam Gill (1-7 off three overs) also bowled tightly for Maiden Gully.
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