Scotland clinched the 2010 Under 19 European Championships with a convincing all-round team display which saw them beat Jersey by 109 runs at Stormont.
Batting first, no fewer than six of the Scottish top order passed 20, but none made more than 33, as the overcast conditions provided the bowlers with considerable assistance.
Wicket-keeper Matthew Cross (33), Aman Bailwal (28), Peter Legget (26), Anjan Luthra (21), Sam Page (21), and Tom McBride (20) were the top scorers as they batted with purpose and intent, safe in the knowledge that it would have taken something extraordinary for Jersey to overhaul them, given their vastly superior run rate.
Jersey's fielding and catching has been a feature of their play all week, but today it let them down, as the half chances went to ground, and tiredness crept in as the effects of five games in seven days took their considerable toll on the young island side.
Charles Perchard (3-54), Aidan McGuire (2-26), James Faudemer (2-30) and Ben Stevens (1-23) were best with the ball for Jersey as Scotland finished on 208 all out in 49.5 overs.
The Jersey reply got off to a disastrous reply when pinch hitter William Falle was run out before the lunch break, and from that point they were never really in the game.
Scotland captain Paddy Sadler's impressive tournament continued as he bowled with great pace and control to finish with the impressive analysis of 4 for 22.
Feloow opening bowler Stan Shillington (2-17) was also among the wickets, as were Scott McElnea (1-5), Aman Bailwal (1-18), and Peter Legget (1-34).
Corey Bisson provided the only real semblance of resistance for Jersey in a fluent and entertaining 32, while Charles Perchard (14) and Ben Stevens (13) managed to reach double figures.
In the end Jersey were dismissed for 99 in 40.3 overs, leaving Scotland victors by 109 runs and worthy champions.
Their opening day last ball victory against Ireland proving crucial in the final placings.