Kendal won the Meyler Cup after a three wicket win against Croston in the final at Torrisholme Cricket Club.

Matthew Park returned first innings figures of 4-6 when Croston were bowled out for 61 off 32 overs.

Croston battled back in the second innings after Kendal collapsed onto 46-6, however Ryan Shepherd's knock of 17 restored parity before Tom Aspinwall and Chris Miller edged Kendal home as they closed on 63-7 off 30.1 overs.

After winning the toss and electing to field Kendal dismantled Croston's top order when collapsed onto 6-4.

Toby Tyson bowled Stephen Langton and Ian Dickinson, before Matthew Park claimed the wickets of Adam Sexton. The former Windermere player then saw off danger man Callum M Ilveen.

Kendal continued to rip through the Croston attack when Park bowled Sam Marsh before finishing with figures of 4-6 after trapping Lee Childs LBW.

Sedbergh School's Tom Aspinwall despatched of Sam Marsh while Croston were stunningly reduced to 18-7.

Croston offered some brief respite, however Chris Miller picked up the wicket of Lewis Bland who was caught by Park.

Kendal cleaned the tail up while Croston were bowled out for 61, with Jonathan Driver caught and bowled by Saeed Bariwala, before Miller bowled Jake Parsons for a top score of 27.

In reply Kendal' top order were dismantled after the Auld Greys collapsed onto 12-3. Former Preston player Saeed Bariwala was the first to be dismissed after the opening batsman was caught by Childs off the bowling of Keith Marsh. Marsh struck again to see off Lachlan Stewart, while Edward Price was bowled by Sam Marsh.

Kendal were in further trouble when Keith Marsh claimed the wicket of Terry Hunte, while Childs picked up the key wicket of Ryan Shephard.

Kendal, who were now struggling on 37-5, edged onto 46, however Croston halted the momentum following the dismissal of Park who was seen off by Childs.

Ben Phillips took Kendal closer to victory after the Auld Greys moved onto 54 and while Phillips was bowled by Callum McIlveen. Tom Aspinwall and Chris Miller secured Kendal's victory who closed on 63-7 off 40.1 overs.