Ian Young and Gregory McFaul were the stars of the show as Bready convincingly beat Burndennett by 85 runs in the final of the Eric Cooke Cup at St Johnston.

Irosh Samarasooriya hit 54 from 30 balls (4 fours, 4 sixes) as he and teenager Gavin Roulston (34) shared a second wicket stand of 83 after the early wicket of James McKillop.

The partnership was broken when Roulston was dismissed by his father, Mark!

Two further wickets from Mark Pollock (2-36) saw Bready on 117 for 4 in the 13th over.

The game was then taken away from them by Ian Young and skipper David Scanlon who put on 103 in 38 balls.

Man-of-the-Match Young hit 7 sixes and 6 fours in his unbeaten 75 from 28 balls, while Scanlon cleared the ropes three times in his 30.

Burndennett were never in the hunt, despite 42 from Marcello Piedt and Aiden Logue’s 39.

They ended on 146 for 9 with Gregory McFaul taking 5 for 25.