Conditions were damp due to the adverse weather, which also meant the outfield was slow, and when Scarborough captain Joe Hills won the toss, Scarborough had no hesitation in inserting Cayton.
Hills' bowlers backed him up with continuous wickets, starting with one apiece for Reece Milner and Brad Milburn (above). Cayton were unable to get any momentum into their innings with losing regular wickets, and Hills had his field spot on cutting off scoring options for the Cayton side.
Hills was able to change the bowling to reap rewards as Fin Morris and Jason Leppington both snapped up two wickets each, while Matty Southwell took a wicket with his very first ball. Will Donald also picked up a wicket while Milburn ended the innings with three victims.
The bowling was backed up by solid fielding from Sadid Syed, Rob Green and Sam Hepples keeping runs to a minimum and Steven Barnett continued his fine work across the season taking a good catch in the outfield. It capped a good all round team effort, with everyone playing for each other.
That left Cayton 56 all out, and Scarborough lost a couple of early wickets in reply. But it was the skipper Hills (24*) and Milburn (13) who scored the vital runs to take the side home, handing Milburn the man of the match award in the process and Scarborough the cup.