Rush and CSNI win All-Ireland trophies
Rush Under 13's were crowned All Ireland Under 13 champions after an emphatic 86 run win against Instonians at Kenure - the fourth All-Ireland youth cup for the Leinster club in the past four seasons.
Andrew Doheny top scored with 60 from 84 balls (7 fours) sharing stands of 60 with Finn McGee (21) and 52 with Karl Flynn (20).
Skipper Doheny's wonderfully composed innings allowed Rush to post 151 for 7 in their 30 overs, with James Rose (2-27) and Amy Hunter (2-38) picking up two wickets apiece.
The Instonians reply never got going with only Adam Ly (22) making a significant contribution as they were dismissed for 65.
Brandon Morris bowled superbly in claiming 4 for 22, with Adan Brogan picking up 2 for 16, and Doheny completed a superb all-round performance taking 2 for 10.
There was better news for the NCU in the Under 11 final at Stormont as CSNI beat St Johnston by 10 wickets.
James West - son of former Irish international Regan - was the destroyer-in-chief picking up 5 for 6 as St Johnston were dismissed for 59. Scott MacBeth (25) top scored for the Saints against a well drilled home side.
Harry Dyer (2-6), Adam Leckey and Yuv Pahuja were the other wicket takers for CSNI.
CSNI had little trouble knocking off the required runs, taking just 7.1 overs with Ryan Hunter thumping 10 boundaries in an unbeaten 49 from just 34 balls.
He and Adam Leckey ensured the 10-wicket win was sealed with the minimum of fuss.
These matches complete the Under Age finals with Instonians beating YMCA by 1 run in a gripping U15 decider earlier this week.
All Ireland U13 final
At Kenure, Rush beat Instonians by 86 runs
Rush 151-7 (30 overs; A Doheny 60, F McGee 21, K Flynn 20; J Rose 2=27, A Hunter 2-38)
Instonians 65 all out (19.3 overs; A Ly 22; B Morris 4-22, A Doheny 2-10, A Brogan 2-16)
All Ireland U11 final
At Stormont, CSNI beat St Johnston by 10 wickets
St Johnston 59 all out (18 overs; S Macbeth 25; J West 5-6, H Dyer 2-6)
CSNI 61-0 (7.1 overs; R Hunter 49*)