Ealing's cricketers are the Evening Standard Trophy winners for the second year running after a thrilling run chase at their Corfton Road home.
They squeezed home by just two wickets against Sunbury after being set 203 to win in 50 overs - keeping their fans on tenterhooks until the final over of the day.
The win completes another magnificent season for the club. They became Middlesex County League champions for the fourth year running a fortnight ago and their second and third teams also claimed county titles.
It was the second year in a row they had claimed the title and Evening Standard Trophy. They came close to that very double in 2005 and 2006 when they reached the cup final, only to lose, but they were not to be denied in 2007 and 2008.
With this being the final year of the competition, Ealing get to keep the trophy and it was perhaps fitting that they should play out the final moments of the season on home soil.
The final was switched to Ealing on the toss of a coin after the original fixture at the Brit Oval had been abandoned because of rain.
Sunday's triumph was a great swansong for two key members of the team. Luke Stoughton is standing down as skipper after leading the team to league glory in the past three seasons. And Ian Blanchett, who was there at the end when the run-chase reached its climax, is returning to Australia.
For a full report of the dramatic triumph, check out Friday's Gazette.