Waringstown beat CSNI by 74 runs in the Ulster Bank Challenge Cup at Wallace Park on Friday.
Batting first, Waringstown made 190-8 off their 50 overs, with former Irish international Kyle McCallan top-scoring with 63 and Nigel Jones claiming three wickets for 30 runs for CSNI.
CSNI were 116 all out in reply, with man-of-the-match Lee Nelson taking 5 for 23.
The victory gives Waringstown their 22nd success in the cup competition.
Adam Dennison. 14, became the youngest player ever to take part in the final.
Meanwhile in the North West Cup final, Bready made 304-7 in their first innings against Donemana.
David Rankin made 126 and Brian Crumley 100.
In reply, Donemana achieved 249-8 from their first innings which leaves Bready with a 55-run advantage going into Saturday's second innings for both sides.