Calmore Sports lost two early wickets in their quest to score a rain adjusted 112 off 20 overs to beat Alvanley and win the Venous Village Cup after heavy rain hit today's final at Lord's.
Will Brewster and Shawn Johnson were re both back in the pavilion to leave Calmore 10-2.
It's left a massive responsibility on the shoulders of left-hander Ben Johns, who lost third-wicket partner Matt Taylor at 45-3, stumped off a leg-side wide. James Manning was later stumped to leave Calmore 55-4 with six overs left.
Cheshire side Alvanley had their innings closed at 150-7 when heavy rain stopped play after 36 overs. DLS has left Calmore's run chase in a perfect T20 environment.
Bowling from the Nursery End, left-armer seamer Steve Wright initially produced a near immaculate spell of 2-5 off his eight overs after Calmore Sports won the toss and put Alvanley into bat this morning.
His figures were rewarded with the scalps of both Alvanley openers Alex Reid (16) and Mike Rowlands (18), the wickets falling in the ninth and 13th overs at 30 and 37-2, respectively.
Evergreen Mike West pouched two catches as Alvanley made steady progression but lost wickets at regular intervals, two of them to Mark Lavelle, who has two of Calmore's remaining four overs to bowl. Ben Perry struggled with his line, bowling eight wides in a 1-35 return off eight overs, while the inexperienced Liam Carty (0-35) was hit for three sixes. James Manning's solitary over was hit for 12.