Four schools fought it out in this year's annual Harrow Cricket Club and Orley Farm School tournament last Thursday, with Wood End pupils taking the plaudits.
For the past three years Orley Farm School and Harrow CC have been working with St Georges, Roxeth, Wood End and Greenwood to help promote cricket in state schools.
This year the four schools put together a total of seven teams, who battled it out over 12 matches.
The competition is formatted so that each team starts with 200 posted on the scoreboard, but with every wicket taken the batting team loses five runs.
With an array of sixes, fours, catches and run-outs the day proved to be a huge success, played in great spirit by all the children.
The games were umpired and scored by Orley Farm School's first XI and the final saw a tight contest between eventual winners Wood End and Roxeth.
Wood End school, in Northolt, edged the tie, winning by just 25 runs, but both sides were presented with medals and all participants received certificates.
The tournament was run in part-nership with Chance to Shine - a programme that helps to promote cricket in inner city schools.