SHOALHAVEN finished second in the Greater Illawarra Zone Under 18s Cup, after splitting their final two matches on Sunday.
The first Twenty20 match of the day was against Illawarra at Oakleigh Park.
After being sent in, Shoalhaven posted 9/79, with Sean Griffin (36) and Blake Dixon (10) being the only two batsmen to reach double figures.
Lachlan Brown (2/5), Hugo Ikeda (2/13) and Matthew Garnero (2/13) led the way for Illawarra.
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In reply, Illawarra reached 4/81 after 14.2 overs, with Garnero (27 not out) shining.
Sebastian Jeffrey (2/23) was Shoalhaven's best with the white ball.
In the other round four fixture, South Coast (4/35) defeated Highlands (75) on the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method at Kevin Walsh Oval.
But Shane Isherwood's Shoalhaven side ended their Jeffrey Cup campaign on a high note, downing Highlands 6/99 to 6/98.
In the four-wicket victory, Shoalhaven were best served by Griffin (29), Jack Sweet (15) and skipper Rhys Burinaga (2/15)
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For the Highlands, James Morton (39) and Charles Watman (21) did what they could at Oakleigh Park.
In the other final round fixture, Illawarra edged South Coast 4/105 to 4/104 at Kevin Walsh Oval - thanks largely to 69 not out from Daniel Wark.
These results see Illawarra claim the trophy, with a perfect 5-0 record, ahead of Shoalhaven (3-2), Highlands (1-4) and South Coast (1-4).
During Sunday's two matches, Burinaga's side also featured James Dickinson, Ryan Hall, Justin Rumble, Troy Sweet and Dylan Hattley.