Charlton Kings Under 15s beat Cheltenham by 8 wickets to win the Don Browning Trophies, Glass & Engraving District Cup.
Felix McDermott-Krasker top scored with 34 not out as his side chased down their target of 70 in the 15th over.
Earlier Cheltenham had won the toss and chosen to bat.
The opening pair of Seb Blake (12) and Alex Sharam (7) started well before the latter was clean bowled by Matt Long.
Blake pressed on in brisk fashion as the visitors reached 27-1 after three overs.
Josh Mill (3) became Long’s second victim in the next over but Cheltenham recovered through Blake and James Newman (26).
A maiden over from Henry Findlay-Wilson put pressure back on the batting side and it told when Long picked up his third wicket in the 6th over, trapping Blake LBW.
Long (4-31) completed a fine spell when he had Nathan Rose-Innes caught and bowled two balls later.
Cheltenham got things back on track by the 10th over, moving the score on the score on to 65-4.
But the introduction of Alex Russell (2-7) and the return of opening bowler Wasiq Ashakzai (4-10) swung the game in Charlton Kings’ favour.
Between them the pair brought about a collapse that saw their opponents lose their last six wickets for just four runs, finishing 69 all out.
Cheltenham opening bowlers Mill (0-10) and Oscar Newcombe(1-13) bowled tightly but Charlton Kings were up with the required rate from the start thanks to Liam Werry (7) and Elliot Hayward (13).
But the latter was caught by Sharam off Newcomber on the fourth ball of the fourth over.
This brought McDermott-Krasker to the crease and together with Hayward they added 35 before Newman clean bowled Hayward in the 11th over.
Saxon Campbell (4*) came in and played a supporting role as McDermott-Krasker Felix held most of the strike and scored the lion’s share of the remaining 20 runs needed for victory.
A clip off his legs for two brought Charlton Kings victory by eight wickets in the 15th over.
They will now go on to play the Gloucestershire Cricket Board County round of the NatWest u15 National Club Championship.