Cloughton defeated Heslerton in the final of the Staxton Sixes.
Staxton secretary James Armstrong said: “I would like to thank all the teams for their help in making the competition a success of and special thanks to the six umpires Fred Bernard, Keith Local, Bernard Goulding, Ralph Lawson, Colin Gates and John Holborn.”
Roll of honour
Winners of the competition, who won the Chris Bagnall Memorial Trophy, six miniature trophies and cricket bags - Cloughton.
Runners-up - Crystal Cup and six pairs of cricket trousers - Heslerton.
Two losing semi-finalists - winning a crate of lager - Flixton and Brompton.
Highest Team Score - Shield and crate of beer - Brompton.
Best Fielding Team - Shield and crate of beer - Flixton.
Best turned-out team - Crate of beer - Snainton.
Highest batting partnership - two pairs of batting gloves - Kristian Wilkinson and Sam Triffitt (Heslerton).
Best Batsman - John Sutton Memorial Trophy and pair of batting pads - Phil Stewart (Scalby).
Best Bowler - pair of batting gloves - James Richardson (Ganton).
Best Wicketkeeper - Ronnie Marton Memorial Trophy and a pair of wicketkeeping pads - Mike Hirst (Ganton).
Best Fielder - David Witty Memorial Trophy and pair of batting gloves - Gareth Barnard (Wykeham).
Best All Rounder - Mike Pepper Memorial Trophy and a pair of batting pads - Phil Pickard (Sherburn).
Highest Individual Score - Michael Waring Memorial Trophy and a pair of batting pads - Rob Gretton (Ganton).
Biggest Hit of the Day - Pair of Batting gloves - Dylan Bolton (Ebberston).
Most Spectacular catch - A roller holdall - Paul Woodhead (Cayton).
Oldest Player - roller holdall and trophy - Steve McAleese (Cayton).
Youngest Player - rucksack - Harry Soper (Scalby).