North Huon hosted Summerleas in the A Grade Div 2 Grand Finals at Ranelagh on Saturday.
With overcast skies and the forecast not looking much better, Josh Stevenson had not hesitation in electing to bat after winning the toss.
The North Huon openers Brad Pitt and Sam Roberts were able to negotiate the new ball without loss, seeing through to the first drinks break.
The greasy conditions made fielding difficult for the Eagles, with a couple of sharp chances going down of Roberts, with Vatsal Mehta being particularly difficult to get away.
With the partnership pushing past 100, it was the spin of Mandeep Wadhwa that made the break through, trapping Roberts leg before with the score on 129.
Kyle Paul cam and went in a quick cameo, again falling to Wadhwa, but this saw Pitt open the shoulders, and along with Stevenson started to accelerate the score.
Pitt passed 100, and pushed on through 150, clearing the boundary often towards the end of his innings.
Stevenson fell for 34 with the score on 261, and Adam Crowe joined Pitt to see out his innings, which closed on a remarkable 188 not out, the biggest score seen on the Ranelagh ground for a long time, and North Huon setting an imposing 3-286.
Quick runs were needed for Summerleas, and Arman Onick came out swinging, but soon fell to Stevenson. Another wicket to Stevenson, and Jacob Stanway bowling well from the other end took 3 quick ones, saw Summerleas slump to 5-61.
There would be no recovery from here, with Kieren Wright and Bevan Roberts taking the final 5 wickets between them, sealing victory inside 22 overs.
For the visitors, Aniket Kalbande finished unbeaten on 18, and Wadhwa and Zahid Desai both scored 20, but it was too little, with Stevenson taking 2-31. Stanway, 3-35, Wright 3-18 and Roberts 2-6.