Bedminster Bangers became the inaugural Jelf Gloucestershire Under 16 T20 champions with a five wicket win over Cheltenham in the final.
Max Tryfonos made 42 and Nazrul Kadir scored 36 as they chased down their target of 127 with 15 balls to spare.
James Webb removed both top scorers to finish with 3-24 while Josh Mill took 2-29 as Cheltenham put up a valiant fight.
Earlier Bedminster had won the toss and chosen to field. Their decision paid off as they put their opponents on the back foot at 13-3 with a run out and early breakthroughs for Harry Drissell (1-8 from 4 overs) and Lewis Mason (1-30).
Cheltenham continued to struggle before a 68 run sixth wicket partnership between Tom Carter (44 from 35 balls) and Josh Mill (34) ensured their side reached a competitive total.
The game between Bedminster and Cheltenham was the showpiece event of a Finals Day at Chipping Sodbury CC that also featured the semi-finals and was briefly held up by two pigs getting onto the ground (see pic)!
It marked the end of a tournament that featured 19 teams and was set-up following the success of last year’s U19 competition.
As in the U19 T20, all sides wore coloured clothing and could win extra points for match day atmosphere, eg playing music, holding barbecues etc.
Bedminster Bangers reached the final with a 99 run victory over Brislington Stags.
Batting first, the Bangers made 154-8 in their 20 overs thanks to knocks of 28 from Tryfonos, 29 from Mason, 22 from Kadir and an unbeaten 25 from Joe Millard.
Wickets were shared around the Stags side with Sam Sharp (2-25) the only player to strike twice.
In response Brislington fell from 15-0 to 31-5 before eventually being bowled out for 55 in the 17th over. Only Sharp (12) reached double figures as Mason (2-5), Millard (2-13), Bailey Peacock (2-10) and Jack Filer (2-7) all picked up two wickets each.
In the other semi, Cheltenham beat Frocester Foxes by 40 runs. Seb Blake topscored with 40 as Cheltenham posted 127-9 from their 20 overs. Will Naish (2-22) was the pick of the Frocester attack.
In reply Frocester collapsed from 17-1 to 17-4 as George Pritchard (3-10) and Mill (2-8) both picked up early wickets.
From here the Foxes never fully recovered despite a gutsy innings of 28 from Jamie Bremner. They eventually finished on 87 all out as Tom Carter picked up 3-37.