ACCRINGTON and Enfield Cricket Club held on to their Steve Dickenson Ltd Indoor League titles - but only just.
Accrington Cricket Club had already retained their Under 13s title in exciting fashion last month.
Then, on Sunday, the Under 11s team from Accrington also managed to repeat their 2006 win, emerging from their group as runners-up and they faced Church in the semi-finals.
Church set about scoring a lot of quick runs but lost seven wickets leaving them with a score of 208.
Accrington lost just two wickets and secured their place in the final with 216 runs.
They faced a Rishton team who had edged out Great Harwood with both teams ending up on a score of 224, with Rishton going through having not lost a wicket.
In the final, Accrington set a good score of 233. Rishton did well to score the same number of runs but, with the loss of four wickets, it meant Accrington were crowned winners of the Under 11 tournament for the second year running.
The Under 15s operated as a league with no finals. Rishton, having won two out of two games, entered the final day knowing two further wins would guarantee them the trophy.
They met a determined Accrington side who claimed 10 wickets and reduced Rishton to 186. Accrington were not going to throw the game away and batted calmly to win the game with 220.
The final game pitted the two potential winners against each other, with Rishton needing to win by an almost impossible margin of 90 runs to emerge as league winners against Enfield.
Enfield batted first and set a good target of 234. Rishton bravely chased the target but fell just one run short on 233, leaving Enfield to retain their Under 15s trophy from the previous year.
Hyndburn Cricket Development Group Vice-Chairman Paul Clegg presented the trophies to the winning teams.
The Development Group would like to thank the spectators and also the umpires, Russ Cuddihy and Duncan Warburton, as well as the sponsor, Steve Dickenson LTD.