TRINITY College from Lismore claimed the North Coast T/20 cricket championship in the girl's years 7-12 division by defeating Wingham and Coffs Harbour Jetti in the finals played at Coffs Harbour International Stadium this week.
Nine regional finalists from three different age groups saw over 100 teenage boys taking part in the day.
Wingham's year 7-12 girl's side was the only school from the Manning to qualify.
In the Years 9-10 St Paul's Kempsey were the overall champions.
They scored 4/82 in defeating St Paul's Port Macquarie (all out 54) before restricting Trinity College to 4/70 and then going on to blast their way to 1/71 off only seven overs.
Melville Kempsey won the years 7-8 after all three regional finalists finished the day with one win each. Melville clinched the title with a superior net run rate of 7.57. In game one Melville Kempsey 2/98 were defeated by St Paul's Port Macquarie 5/100, game two saw St Paul's Port Macquarie 71 be defeated by St John's Woodlawn 9/74 and game three was another close encounter with Melville Kempsey 4/114 holding on to defeat St John's Woodlawn 8/94.
Australian Cricket strives to inspire the next generation of players and fans through community events including the all new and exciting MILO T20 Blast School Holiday Programs in January which participants and parents can register for by visitingwww.t20blast.com.au.