Eastern Suburbs had a grand day on Saturday claiming three of the seven Mailtland junior cricket premierships up for grabs.
It was an all Eastern Suburbs affair in the under-14 division 1 grand final with Easts Blue 5-71 defeating Easts White 5-70.
In the close-fought match Easts White skipper Tom Porter made 19, Harry Scowen 14 and Toby Dippel not out 10.
Easts had a comfortable win against Pedens in the under-13 grand final, compiling 6/98 from their 24 overs and dismissing Pedens for 58. Harry Carlson top scored for Easts with 36, Max Field made 20 and Kane Johnstone 12
In reply Lucas Hickling (16) and Oscar Walker (23) gave Easts Blue a strong start and Ryan Furness (12 not out) and Bill Bowen (six not out) steered their team home.
Easts White defeated Wests in the under-16 division 2 grand final.
In the under-12 Division 2 grand final, Clarence Town and Gresford continued their great rivalry from throughout the year. Claro prevailed in the decider posting 7-81 and dismissing Gresford for 8-55.
In the under-12 Division 1 grand final the premiership was always going to head back to Lorn Park with Norths Gold taking on Norths Red.
Norths Gold got the major trophy dismissing Norths Red for 73, with Kayden Baker taking 4-6.
The Gold batsmen shared the runs around to make 5/74 in reply and complete the premiership double
Western Suburbs took home the premiership trophy in Under-14 Division 2 after posting 9-74 and then dismissing City United for 37.
Brodie Little picked up 3-15 for City but was trumped by a trio of Wests bowlers Noah Fisher (3-3), Phillip Threlfall (3-12) and Jack Knight (3-14) who matched his three-wicket haul.
In the top junior division, Raymond Terrace completed their dominance of the season by taking out the major-minor premiership double by defeating Tenambit-Morpeth.
The Lions made 5-177 and dismissed the Bulls for 132.
Raymond Terrace's Tallon Gear won the Anne Millard Shield for player of the final with 39 runs and five wickets.
Other notable performances came from Raymond Terrace skipper Lachlan Page who scored 79 not out and Tenambit Morpeth opener Hunter Ball who made 61.