NSSCL Division Six champions Burslem completed an unbeaten league season with a thumping victory at Wood Lane on the last day.
Wood Lane, who had already been relegated, were limited to 129-9 from their 40 overs, despite John Litchfield making 50, which featured five fours and a six, and Lee Platt adding 32.
Junaid Qureshi, Wasim Ahmed and Philip Robins all took two wickets.
Burslem lost just one wicket in knocking off the runs – Kyle Brassington for 49 – but Richard Mellor batted through to finish on 56 not out to round off a memorable campaign.
Norton in Hales secured the runners-up spot, and promotion to Division Five, by beating Sandyford at the weekend.
Matthew Lawrenson’s 33 and Charlie Hine’s 25 were the principal contributions to Norton in Hales’ 171 all out.
Gareth Rigby picked up 4-18, including a hat-trick, for Sandyford.
He then made 22 in reply, while Liam Pattison added 24, but Sandyford were bowled out for 91 as Ewan Farnell captured 3-24.
Endon were relegated from the division after losing at Oakamoor seconds.
Oakamoor rallied from 79-4 to 179-5 thanks to Andrew Booth’s 72 and 65 not out from Alfie Walford. Ewan Hamilton claimed two wickets.
Brad Hulme (37) and Charlie Slinn (33) gave Endon hope of victory, but Matthew Carnwell’s 5-21 ensured they fell short on 145-9.
Church Eaton were five-wicket winners at Stafford seconds.
Mark Evans’ 41, allied to 30 apiece from Nooh Salam and Ranjith Manghat Ramachandran, helped Stafford to post 170 all out.
Robert Hogarth, Adrian Melbourn and Jeremy Redler shared six of the wickets to fall.
Dan Smith (79no) anchored the Church Eaton run chase – and they negotiated it successfully with Matt White also playing his part with 41.
Leycett wrapped up their season with a resounding win at home against Moddershall & Oulton fifths.
A second-wicket stand of 154 between Oliver Shirley and Martin Mason enabled them to amass 198-6 from their allocation. Shirley made 87 and Mason added 54, while Mat Jackson snared 3-43.
The Modd men were then bundled out for 42 as Dan O’Gorman took 3-9 and Lee Fallows chipped in with 3-14.