HARROW St Mary's won the Sir George (Gubby) Allen Trophy final, the Middlesex Under-10s Championship, for the first time after defeating Ealing by 21 runs at Lord's on Saturday.
HSM restricted Ealing to 252 for seven, with Amar Dave (three for 12) and Deven Patel (two for 12) taking the plaudits along with a superb direct hit run out by Angus Prevost.
A heavy downpour between innings suggested Harrow's attack might be blighted by the damp outfield. However, openers Nikhil Rawal (22) and Prevost (4) got them off to a fantastic start before following pair Rohan Radia (8) and Viabhav Dubey (5) kept the scoreboard ticking over.
Andrew Thomas and Deven Patel struggled before Kushal Patel (10) and Amar Dave (5) batted sensibly to give Harrow a score of 273 for four.
Frank Sharman, chairman of the Middlesex Colts Association, presented the trophy to skipper Kushal Patel and medals
to the other players, coaches and officials. Meanwhile, HSM's Under-17s will face their Ealing counterparts in the final of the Middlesex Cup at Teddington on Sunday, having overcome Chiswick and Latymer.
HSM made 135 for eight in their 20 overs, with Saarjan Shah (31) top scoring before they restricted Chiswick to 97 for 9. [25a0] Ealing will face yet another Harrow side, this time in the form of Harrow CC's Colts in the Under-11s County Finals on Sunday.
They booked their place after a nail-biting last over victory against Sheen Park, who posted 94 for seven after being inserted by Harrow.
Daniaal Hussian was the pick of the Harrow bowlers, taking four for seven off four overs, including a hat-trick.
Harrow's slow start to their reply saw them requiring 48 runs after the 12th over and 18 with two left. Sachin Patel (53 not out), partnered by Nishal Vora, found the boundary off the first ball of the 18th over before two runs off the last ball of the final over saw Harrow snatch victory.