Port Stephens bowlers put the clamps on City United early and never let up to cruise to a comfortable nine-wicket victory and claim the Second Grade T20 premiership on Saturday.
After dismissing City in the final over for 85, Port's batsmen reached their target making 1/86 with 10 overs to spare.
Jarrod Moxey led the batting assault with 44 of 30 balls, including six fours and two sixes.
Moxey marginally overshadowed Craig Hunter who finished unbeaten on 34 off 23 balls.
Port's Tyran Eveleigh finished with the best figures taking 3/14 off his four overs and Josh Dall chimed in with 2/1 off the final over.
The Pythons progressed to the final by beating SMR in their semi-final. SMR made 9/123 from their 20 overs with Jordan Willard top scoring with 36. Matthew Monaghan took 3/14 for Port.
Port made 5/126 in reply, reaching their target with 13 balls to spare. Jarrod Moxey again led the way with the bat making 50 and Jeremy Kirk contributed 28.
City United progressed to the final after meeting Tenambit Morpeth in their semi.
Port Stephens also claimed the Third Grade T20 title by beating Northern Suburbs by six wickets.
Norths batted first and made 8/86. Allan Baldwin (3-10) and Drew Milne (3-14) both picked up three-wicket hauls.
Port made 4/94 off 15.1 overs in reply. Dean Mills top scored with 51 not out.
Norths had a 15-run win against Tenambit Morpeth despite being all out for 80. James Lawson took 4-13 for Norths as they dismissed the Bulls for 65.
Port 7/93 dismissed Thornton for 72 to progress from the semi-final. Port's Shannon Cox took 3-16.
Kurri Weston claimed the Fourth Grade T20 title with a seven-wicket victory against Raworth Rabbitohs.
Kurri Weston youngster and Hunter Valley under-15 representative Emelia Kavanagh took 3-18 in the final to back up her impressive form in the recent Maitland Under-15 Carnival.
Raworth made 9/107 from their 20 overs with David Rathborne top scoring with 26.
The Warriors made 3/111 in reply teaching their target with 6.4 overs to spare.
Openers Brian Taylor and Phillip Connell made 48 and 37 respectively.
Kurri Weston had made 8/152 to beat Port Stephens 5/123 in their semi-final. Raworth 4/135 defeated Tenambit Morpeth 129 all out in the other semi-final.
Paterson claimed the Fifth Grade T20 title with a four-run win against Lakeside in the final.
Paterson had defeated Fred Harvey Memorial to progress to the final and Lakeside beat Tenambit Morpeth to book the other spot.