ST MARY'S School are celebrating after winning the county final of the seven-a-side hardball cricket tournament.
The school were crowned Connellan Trophy winners for the first time after coming through the East Surrey district round and then winning the county final at St John's School in Leatherhead on Tuesday.
Organised and run by Surrey Cricket, the final featured schools from Westbourne, West Byfleet, Raleigh, Park Mead, Woodcote and St Mary's Oxted.
Can after a fantastic day of cricket, West Byfleet met St Mary's in the final.
St Mary's batted first and scored 84-2, with West Byfleet all out for 63 in response.
And St Mary's coach Suzie Keller said it was a great achievement for the school, having progressed from a district round that featured teams from Reigate Priory, Banstead and St Joseph's.
She said that cricket has been a developing sport in the school, but that it had taken off this year with the combination of hard work and some talented young players.
She said: "The boys have trained extremely hard to get to this final. A few weeks ago they came county runners up in the Kwik Cricket, so that makes this victory extra sweet.
"I am so proud of each of them, it rounds off a great sporting year for our school."