Maitland's junior representative cricketers claimed a clean sweep of Central North competition titles on Sunday.
Maitland Maroon claimed the under-17 title with a comprehensive eight-wicket victory after dismissing Maitland Gold for just 61 at Robins Oval.
In the under-15s, Maitland on the back of an outstanding batting effort of 5/304 smashed Narrabri by 223 runs at Tamworth's Bicentennial Park.
Maitland's under-13s turned in an outstanding effort in the field to secure a 34-run victory against Tamworth dismissing them for just 54 at Riverside Oval in Tamworth.
Denzel O'Brien was man of the match in the all Maitland under-17 final. O'Brien set up the comprehensives win taking 4-16 to tear through the Maitland Gold top order.
Maitland Gold's Jet Lee was the only batsmen to reach double figures as the side was dismissed for just 61.
Baylee Borrow picked up 3-21 to go with 26 off 20 balls opening the batting for Maitland Maroon.
Maroon skipper Lachlan Page and Dan Harden finished unbeaten on 23 and 8 respectively steering their side home in the 11th over with the loss of two wickets.
The Maitland Maroons under-15s delivered an outstanding performance of batting and bowling to claim the Central North under-15 title against Narrabri.
Maitland posted an impressive 5/304 with Harry Scowen (52 off 48 balls), Thomas Thorpe (69 off 101), Jaxon Brooks (52 off 74) and skipper Oscar Walker (51 not out off 49) all making half centuries and Isaac Edwards smashing 48 off 26 balls before being two runs short of his 50.
Charlie Walker was the star with the ball picking up 4-9 as Narrabri was dismissed for 81 in the 25th over.
Brooks completed a fine all-round game taking 3-23 to go with his 50 and Divan Bezuidenhout finished with 2-10.
In the under-13s, Maitland Maroon completed a memorable 34-run win after looking in all sorts of trouble after being bowled out for 88.
A 38-run ninth wicket partnership between Stirling Strachan (19) and Rohan Power (15 not out) proved decisive on a day when every run was vital.
Strachan picked up the first three Tamworth batsmen early, but the home side steadied and at 3-46 looked in control.
But after a tremendous series in which they had dropped just one match, Maitland was not going to roll over and in amazing finishing took the final seven wickets for just eight runs with Harry Uren taking 3-3 and Sam Holz 3-5.