South Perth claimed their first ever Alcohol. Think Again Premier Cricket T20 A Grade flag beating Melville with three overs remaining.

South Perth’s Molly Healy (2-23 off four overs) and Soniya Yadav (2-12 off three overs) starred with the ball and helped restrict Melville to a total of 94 runs.

In the second innings South Perth opener Chloe Wain kicked off a strong run chase scoring 24 off 27 deliveries. 

With a strong partnership from young gun Ashley Day (24) and Rachel Delaney (10) sealing the deal for the side, despite some consistent bowling from Melville’s Ashlee King (2-24). 

South Perth also claimed the B Grade premiership title, with a thrilling super over win against Subiaco-Floreat.

Subiaco-Floreat’s Katie Sala Tenna (2-3) and Emily Johnston (2-5) kept South Perth to 9-65.

Subiaco-Floreat struggled to settle in with the bat, the side experiencing a lower-order collapse.

South Perth’s bowler Lara Maritz was named Player of the Match with impressive figures of three for six off four overs and Sarah Patman (3-9) was also one to watch.

Subiaco-Floreat lost two wickets and ended on a disappointing three runs from their super over, while South Perth smashed out four runs in half an over to claim the win.

Melville were crowned the Youth League Premiers with a 39-run victory over South Perth.

Melville’s Georgia Platten was a stand out with the bat and claimed the Player of the Match honours.

Platten smacked 49 runs off 40 balls and was backed by teammates Rebecca McGrath (38) and Samantha Pope (39) who helped the side to a total of 147.

The previously unbeaten South Perth struggled to get into a good rhythm with the bat, and solid bowling from Melville restricted South Perth to 108.

Melville’s Meg Thompson was awarded with Player of the Match honours.

South Perth coach John Brenton was proud of his club and the results from the day.

“South Perth were successful in winning 2 of the 3 grand finals contested, a fantastic effort by the girls and I’m pleased for them to get some recognition for the improvements and effort they have made,” Brenton said.

“The A Grade were successful in winning South Perth’s first-ever A Grade T20 flag and our B Grade team won an extraordinary match in a super-over, defending a total of 65 runs. One of the most incredible games of cricket I've seen and a credit to both teams for providing such a spectacle.”

Melville’s coach Paolo Franzoni said the Youth team’s success is due to their outstanding youth program and club culture.

“Melville has a great Youth program and there are a number of exciting young ladies coming through.”

“If we can give them and all the ladies at the club an engaging, challenging and inclusive environment I hope that we will not only retain these ladies but attract new players to the club.”

“Continuing to develop and build on the club culture and inclusiveness is the key to building a strong sense of belonging for all members.”

The Alcohol. Think Again Female Premier Cricket competition is set to restart this weekend with the commencement of the A and B Grade One Day Competitions.