Cricket Albury-Wodonga Provincial will retain the O'Farrell Cup over winter after taking Wagga to school in the final on Sunday.
Albury-Wodonga handed Wagga a cricketing lesson as they made light work of Wagga's total of 177 on their way to a nine-wicket win at Bunton Park in Albury.
Tom Johnson belted 82 not out off 56 balls to lead Albury to victory in their only O'Farrell Cup match for the season.
He and fellow Albury-Wodonga opener Ash Borella (61 off 37) launched an all-out attack on Wagga's bowlers and it paid off as they passed the total in the 20th over.
Albury-Wodonga finished at 1-178 from 20 overs after Wagga was dismissed for 177 in the 50th over.
Wagga representative captain Joel Robinson was disappointed with the performance.
"It's obviously not great. They rode their luck and it came off for them today," Robinson said.
"We were just outplayed. We got a couple of starts in the top order but didn't go on with it, which hurt us. One more partnership up top gets us closer to 250, which obviously changes things with some scoreboard pressure.
"They then came out and took us on, and continued to take us on, and it came off."
Earlier in the day, Wagga were never able to build any momentum in their innings due to the consistent loss of wickets.
Robinson, who batted at six, top scored with 57. Josh Thompson got 27, while Nathan Cooke chimed in with a valuable 22 late.
Brandon Purtell was the chief destroyer for Albury-Wodonga, finishing with 3-35 off 12 overs. Former Wagga quick Cam Suidgeest took 2-27 off nine.
The one-sided final completed an unsuccessful first season under the new-look O'Farrell Cup format that saw just three associations take part. Albury-Wodonga played their one and only game in the competition in Sunday's final.
Robinson urged associations to get back on board the O'Farrell Cup.
"No it hasn't been (a success) when only three teams jump on board," he said.
"The way it's mapped out...it's not going to work unless more get on board. Once we get a few more teams on board it will work really well."