HOOK and Newnham Basics made double celebrations for the club on Sunday, as just 24 hours after the first team clinched the Southern League Division One title, the B team were triumphant in the Finch Group Cyril Thompson Trophy final winning by 15 runs.

Hook batted first against Oakley in the morning contest at May’s Bounty and a good crowd was there to witness an excellent game.

Hook suffered the early loss of skipper Kev Light, but Luke Simpson (19) and Alex Brown (52) set about building a score to defend as they added 69 for the second wicket.

Simpson departed thanks to a smart caught and bowled by Alex Brundle, who also managed to remove Brown 14 runs later.

However, Hook’s Ben Allnutt (51) and Charlie Neville (31) took up the mantle and put on 76-runs, before Neville was run out.

Five more runs were added as Hook finished on 167-5 from their 20 overs.

The Oakley reply did not get off to the best of starts as Elliott Hennessey who won the award for the top batsmen across the cup and trophy competitions was trapped leg before for two trapped leg before by Ollie May.

Brad Compton-Bearne (29) and Michael Wood (19) tried to repair the damage, but they were parted by the evergreen Barry Goodman as Wood went leg before.

Neville then struck with his first ball to remove George Lethaby thanks to catch from James Dovey.

With half their overs gone Oakley were 59-3 and Hook looked in control and Ryan Connor struck to clean bowl Mike Tiley for nine.

To be fair the Oaks battled on and the introduction of Haig Franklin, the leading wicket across the cup and trophy this season saw him take 4-27.

He took two wickets in two balls as he dismissed Compton-Bearne and Dan Jones.

Brundle (27) and Ian Bennett (10) got the score to 100, before Bennett hit the ball straight up in the air in front of him and diving full length Alex Brown took the catch.

Three runs later, Brundle was run out, but the Oaks still kept up going with Steve Bedwyn (25) and Oliver Adams (10) added more runs to their total.

Bedwyn was the last man out bowled by Connor leaving Steve Sayers not out on one and Oakley all out for 142.

Winning skipper Kev Light said: “It great to get some more silverware for Hook and felt 150 was a par score so I was very pleased with 167. This was thanks to half-centuries from Alex (Brown) and Ben (Allnutt), while Charlie (Neville) run really well with Ben between the wickets.

“I think we got their key guy out early and from then On I felt we were in control of the contest.”

The winning Hook team was Kev Light, Luke Simpson, Alex Brown, Ben Allnutt, Charlie Neville, Joe Allnutt, Ryan Connor, James Dovey, Barry Goodman and Haig Franklin.