Berry Shoalhaven Heads recovered from the loss of two early wickets to win the Shoalhaven District Cricket Association's second grade one-day title.
Berry played Sussex Inlet in the final on Saturday at Berry Sporting Complex and the home side won by 12 runs.
The Magpies, after being sent into bat, managed to make 125 runs in its first innings.
Sussex, in reply, reached 113 runs.
Berry, at one stage in its innings, was down 2/8 and desperately needed someone to get runs on the scoreboard.
Jed Sawkins and Richie Ingle came to the fore at a vital time for Berry.
Sawkins made 17 runs which included one four and two maximums, while Ingle top scored with 40 runs.
Ingle's score included three sixes.
Chris McCarron also provided Berry with a valuable 28 runs which included three boundaries.
Riley Jarrett and Deklin Matson led the way with the ball for Sussex.
Jarrett's four wickets only cost nine runs, while Matson collected three wickets from his seven overs.
Jarrett also played a key role with the bat for Sussex and top-scored with 34 runs.
The only other batting efforts of note for Sussex were Jake Westley's 23 runs [a boundary and a six] and Mitchell Davis' 15 runs with a maximum.
Max Carr-McCarron and Mitchell Downey took two wickets apiece for the Magpies.