The curtains have closed on Horsham Cricket Association's second standalone Twenty20 tournament, with lusty blows and cartwheeling stumps greeting the masses of fans who flanked City Oval for Sunday's grand finals.
Laharum was a cut above in B Grade, restricting Lubeck-Murtoa to a sub-par total before skipper Dan Griffiths eased his team to glory.
The Mountain Men chose to bowl first, allowing Mal Adams (2-10) and Damien Bunworth (2-12) to tear through their opponents.
Contributions from Corey Chenoweth (15) and Shannon Reddie (12) pushed Lubeck-Murtoa to 80.
Griffiths (36*) starred at the top, his knock earning him man of the match honours.
Late runs from Damien Bunworth (25*) helped Laharum reach the target in the 19th over.
Earlier in the day, Quantong held its nerve in a tense affair to claim C Grade's top honours.
Colts were asked to bowl first and struggled to boundaries that had been brought in by nearly 15 metres for the occasion.
Jeremy Newell (4-14) impressed, though Peter Brand (31) and Timothy Brand (30) guided Quantong to 9-147.
Dean Arnott (47*) led the response, but failed to find any partners willing to stay with him.
Bailey McQueen (3-27) cleaned up the lower order to ensure Quantong snuck home by six runs.
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