BCM retained the Aston Knockout title with a 54-run defeat of Sound Marquees in the two-innings final.
Crewe Alex legend Johnny King, a keen cricket fan and a winner of the competition in 1953, presented the trophy with Colin Ralphs, of kit sponsors Prime Bake.
Sound Marquees made 100-3 in their first innings with James Lomas (27no) and Andy Maughan (26no) providing a base.
BCM set off at a rattling good pace and scored 29 from their first three overs.
But Aston's bowlers responded well and clawed it back to restrict Sound to 94-5 (Darren Mann 25).
BCM set about the Aston bowling in their second innings and soon wiped out their sixrun first-innings deficit.
They went on to make 136-4 with Mann, Martyn Chetwood, Dave Stalker and Sam Challinor all making scores in the twenties.
Sound needed 131 but the BCM bowlers managed to get on top with some economical spells and some fine fielding which resulted in several run-outs. Sound fell well short on 76, allowing BCM to retain the trophy sponsored by J Lea Oaks.