Swifts-Great Western defeated Buangor-Tatyoon by 37 runs in the grand final of the 2021 T20 Henry Gunstone Cup at Central Park.
The A Grade competition now moves back into one day from next Saturday.
After deciding to bat, Combine was held to 8/101 from its 20 overs but could defend the small total restricting Buangor-Tatyoon to 8/64 from their 20 overs.
Brady Miller top scored for Swifts-Great Western with 26 runs, while Marc Collins (22 runs) and Jack Cann (18 runs) were also serviceable.
Callum Baker was superb with the ball in hand for Buangor-Tatyoon, with figures of 2/6 of fours overs while also bowling two maidens.
Liam Baker top scored for Buangor-Tatyoon with 25 runs, and James Phillips also put up a fight with 23 runs.
Matt Heffer, Ricky Peters and Tom Fitzgerald picked up two wickets each from their four overs.
Swifts-Great Western captain Sam Cocks said his team were in a "bit of a precarious position" at the start of their innings after being.
"Five for around 20 in the middle is probably not the position we wanted to be in," he said.
"It's lucky we've got some all-rounders and a bit of depth in the team to help keep us going."
Young up and coming cricketer Jack Cann posted a "handy score" at the top of the order.
"He got the chance to open this weekend with a few players unavailable," Cocks said.
"He took that opportunity with open arms and did well with a fair bit of carnage happening around him.
"He managed to anchor the innings at the start which kept us in there for a little while and the boys could have a bash at it at the end."
Cocks said Buangor-Tatyoon would be the benchmark for the rest of the 2021-22 season.
"They've got a few guys to come in from the side that played on Sunday," he said.
"The T20s have been good to not throw the players in the deep end and get them to get the feel back again, but the one-dayers will suit some a bit better as well."
Next week the two sides will meet once again, however in a different setting, in a one-day match at Central Park.
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