Chalambar continued it's stellar season, finishing the season undefeated and going on to claim the B Grade premiership.
Chalambar was up against Rhymney-Moyston and won the first day of the final by 51 runs.
Due to rain on Sunday and play called off at 2pm, Rhymney-Moyston would not have been able to beat Chalambar, only draw.
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Chalambar were declared winners for the 2018-19 season after finishing on top, and higher, than Rhymney-Moyston.
The grand final awarded a personal milestone for Rhymney-Moyston's Trevor Quick as he notched up his 10,000th run for the association.
"It was very fitting he made the runs against his former club where he made half of those runs," association president David Turner said.
"Everyone from both clubs came and shook his hand and that's what cricket is all about."
Josh Bywaters was named man of the match.
More to come.
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