THE Burton & District Youth Cricket League has drawn to a close for another season with Dunstall and Tamworth doing well on the honours board.
The Deer Parkers took the Under-17 Division One title, while rivals Lullington Park won the Under-17 Fred Lowe Trophy.
Whittington were winners of Under-17 Division Two.
At under-15 level, a double of division one and cup was taken by Tamworth, while Dunstall were division two champions.
In the under-13s, Tamworth took the division one crown and the cup, suggesting a bright future for the town side.
Division 2A was won by Alrewas, while Whittington won Division 2B.
There was a tinge of disappointment at the end of the season, with a host of conceded matches ending the season.
But on a positive note the Under-13 Cup final between Tamworth and Ticknall was an exciting affair.
Ticknall, who have a buzzing junior section at the Grange, won the toss and batted first and racked up 84-6 from their 20 overs, with Harvey Clarke top scoring with 22 not out as they recovered from 41-5, William Balderstone adding a vital unbeaten 14.
Tamworth's attack functioned well in the clash – with was a double header of cup final and league meeting – with Ryan Hughes taking 2-2 in his three overs.
After the turnaround, Mitchell Woakes made light of a couple of wickets falling, scoring 30 before he was forced to retire by league rules.
Aleks Edgar also chipped in with 15 as Ticknall's bowlers struggled to contain the town outfit.
They got home with almost four overs to spare to complete the double in a cracking season for the club at youth level.