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JAMIE NUSSBAUMER'S Cobo side collected another of the major trophies - the Swoffers Premiership Cup - to compete the domestic season on a high.
With Rory Betley, just 15, producing a man of the match display Cobo chased down the moderate target of 129 set by 2mi Wanderers with 13.1 overs and six wickets to spare.
Betley, coming in at three after opener TJ Ozanne fell for a duck,, finished undefeated on 42.
Earlier, Wanderers lacked the major innings needed, star man Matt Stokes top scoring with 24 as six of the seven Cobo bowlers utilised got at least one wicket.
On a slow pitch and outfield and under leaden skies Wanderers batted out their 40 overs but could find no acceleration.
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