Accurate bowling by Yorkshire Academy carried them to a 112-run victory over Drakes League Scholes in the Black Sheep Yorkshire Champions Trophy.
Put in to bat, holders the Academy were 223 all out against some decent bowling from Scholes, who let themselves down with several dropped catches in the field.
Harry Brook (55) and Mohsin Hussain (48) put on close to three figures for the first Academy wicket.
But then Louis Brook, returning up the hill at Chapelgate, bowled really well to rip the heart out of the middle order, finishing with four for 44 from his 10 overs.
Kiwi Tom MacRury produced an excellent spell of off-spin, taking two for 41 in his 10 overs, while Tom Chadwick included teammate Ben Birkhead (a regular with the Academy behind the sticks) among his two for 50 in eight.
Some late hitting inspired by 24 from James Brown took the Academy over 200 and they then quickly had Scholes in trouble in reply at 39-4, including a disastrous run-out for MacRury.
Tom Brook and Kiwi keeper Callum Hill, carrying a foot injury, then put on a half-century stand, but they gradually fell behind the rate as Yorkshire rotated their bowlers to great effect.
Matt Waite and Ed Barnes bowled with pace from the top end to make scoring tough, while opener Jordan Thompson collected three for 19 in six and spinner Jack Shutt three for six in 2.2 to wrap things up at 111 all out.
Tom Brook top scored for Scholes with 31, while Hill made a battling 18, MacRury 17 and Jack Cooper 15.