CHERITON Fitzpaine beat Exeter Erratics in the final of the League of Friends Cup competition played on their own ground.
The top four sides in the league qualify for a cup finals day at Cheriton – three games one after the other.
Cheriton scraped through by one run in their semi-final against Yeoford.
Erratics pipped Newton St Cyres in the other semi to join Cheriton in the final.
Cheriton excelled with the bat to post a total of 143 for five in their 20 overs, with Calum McKechnie and Ben Coe batting superbly.
Erratics soon lost Fraser Chave, one of their top run scorers, who was bowled Coe in the first over.
With another useful batsman Jayakrupakar Nallala brilliantly caught by Charles Sheldrick, Erratics never came near to reaching the target and were all out for 101.
After the match there were presentations to Coe and St Cyres captain Andrew Cork.
Coe was player of the season in the league competition with 210 runs and 11 wickets.
Cork was the skipper of Newton St Cyres, who won the league competition.
Both presentations were made by Andy Davis of sponsors Ashgrove Kitchens.
The event raised more than £600 towards end-of-season ground maintenance.