MATT Clark starred with bat and then ball as underdogs Langford overcame Downend 2nds to lift the St Austell Brewery Gloucestershire Trophy in a rain-affected final at Cheltenham.
Langford, Division Six champions of the Bank House Gloucestershire County League, piled up an excellent total of 262-9 from their 40 overs after losing the toss.
Clark top scored with 81 from 103 balls (eight fours), sharing a stand of 144 for the fourth wicket with Harry Stevens whose 75 from 73 balls featured five fours and a six.
Jon Southgate and Mark Litson both captured three wickets apiece while Richard Pandya claimed 1-29 from eight and there were four catches for Chris Binnie.
Downend, whose first team play in Premier One of the West of England Premier League, made an encouraging start thanks to Joe Dryell (41).
But rain led to the historic Bristol club being set a new target of 178 from 27 overs which proved to be just out of reach.
Clark took three wickets at crucial times, finishing with 3-35 from his five, with Chris Sinsbury (1-20) and Angus Findlay-Wilson (1-36, both from six) also playing key roles in restricting Downend to a reply of 159-7, skipper Matt Crawford unbeaten on 27 at the end.