Manly-Warringah capped off an unbeaten tournament with a strong win in the shortened final on Thursday against Parramatta.
Due to rain around on Thursday, the match was shortened to 15 overs a side and moved to the synthetic deck of Max Stewart Oval.
A strong performance with the bat was backed up with the ball in the field as Manly-Warringah's bowlers tightened the screws to hold Parramatta to 3-71 in their chase of 113.
Hannah Woolf and Kate Salmon righted Manly-Warringah's path after losing Laura Judson for a first-ball duck, with the pair putting on 50 as Woolf (29 from 36) and Salmon (27 from 26) kept the strike ticking over before the former was dismissed.
Claire Osborne hit three fours and was busy between the wickets in making 36 off 24 to propel the target beyond 100.
Vaishnavi Deobhankar was stellar with the ball for Parramatta taking 2-12 from three overs, as was Lucy Wilson (0-14 from three).
However, Paramatta's chase was kneecapped before it got going as Caitlin du Preez had Ira Patel and Wilson behind in consecutive balls in the second over with the side still yet to get off the mark.
Skipper Bethany Tate and Deobhankar steadied the ship and rebuilt, making a 55-run stand, but time was against them, particularly with the Manly-Warringah bowling attack giving the duo absolutely nothing.
Du Preez (2-12 from three), Jess Manning (0-9 off three), Ellie James (0-1 off two) and Abbey Melville (1-7 off two) gave Parramatta no width to play with and gave Tate and Deobhankar no chance to lift the scoring rate, with the pair - who hit 13 off 32 and 38 not out off 48 respecitvley - no chance to score.
So good was the bowling control fact, only three boundaries were hit in the Parramatta innings as the side finished their 15 overs at 3-71.
In the other games, Amy Hale did her best to try and hand her Gordon side a win against Western Red.
She took 4-11 from three overs with the ball in a match where very few batters were able to get going.
Each of the players had a bat, but only Taara Kotibhaskar (10) for Gordon and Tyarna Pavy (17 retired) and Alexandria Morley (18 retired) reached double figures.
Gordon was bowled out for 64 in their final over of the day, with Amy Corbett taking 2-4 from two overs as every player had a trundle.
Hale had a doozy with ball in hand, but the efforts of Pavy and Morley before retiring was enough to chase down the total with three deliveries to spare thanks to a Katie Letcher cameo.
Meanwhile, Penrith fell just four runs short of Western Blue, running out of overs to chase down 3-61.
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