FIVE different Shoalhaven District Junior Cricket Association premiers were crowned during the weekend's hotly contested grand finals.
At Lyrebird Park, in the stage 3A grand final, Berry-Shoalhaven Heads proved too strong for Batemans Bay.
The Magpies won the toss and elected to bat first - a decision they regretted when they slumped to 2/3 early on.
But behind 51 from Tom Fletcher (man of the match), Berry went on to post 9/121 from their 34 overs.
With the ball, Thomas King led the way with 3/33.
In reply, the Bay were all out for 80, Mark Tuckwell (24 not out) being the top-scorer.
The win was secured for Berry by Alec Dobson (3/9) and Jackson Ingram (2/0).
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In the stage 3B final at the Bernie Regan Sports Complex, Bay and Basin Red edged out Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemens.
After being sent in, the Dolphins 5/114 from their 29 overs, paced by the man of the match Daniel Moodley (32 not out) and Ryan Malecki (25).
Luke Butler (2/11) was the pick of the bowlers.
In response, Ex-Servos were restricted to 9/64, with only Matthew Higham (15) reaching double figures.
Basin's opening tandem of Malecki (2/10) and Sebastian Ball (2/17) both claimed two wickets each in the win.
The stage 2A decider, also at Bernie Regan, was won by Ulladulla United Blue against Berry-Shoalhaven Heads White.
Despite winning the toss, the Magpies slumped to 6/86, with the man of the match Tyson Walker (28 not out) shining.
Chayce Brown (2/4) and Ken Owens (2/15) did the damage for United.
United's chase left it right until the end, before they passed the total (6/87) in the 25th over.
William Kingston (14) and Jesse Cattell (13 not out) proved match-winners for United.
In the stage 2B final, Sussex Inlet held on to defeat Berry-Shoalhaven Heads Black at Lyrebird Park.
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The Magpies sent in Sussex, who went on to make 3/125 behind the man of the match Blake Jones 20 not out - with Mitchell (16) and Liam Kezik (14) both reaching double figures too.
In reply, Berry was all out for just 44, with Sussex having seven different wicket-takers.
The final decider was won by North-Nowra Cambewarra, who outlasted Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemens Gold at the Bomaderry Sports Complex.
On the back of Max Barbouttis (20), Ex-Servos posted 123 - despite Hunter Woods (2/6) and Adam Sweet (2/12).
Norths made light work of their chase (2/124), thanks to Beau Lynch (27 not out), Toby Royston (19 not out), Emily Zerafa (19 not out) and Thomas Hazell (19).