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Out of 300 teams that entered, Sessay was the last team standing having progressed through eight rounds and crowning the glory in a comfortable win at Lord’s over Kent-based side Sibton Park by 119 runs.
Sessay last reached the competition's final in 1976.
Back then, they were losers in a low-scoring game, but this time they will return home victorious.
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RSS takes the latest headlines from our website, and pushes those headlines down to your computer for quick scanning.Keith Houlston, club secretary and former player, said: "We took it one step at a time and when we got to the semi-finals we began to think we may have a chance."At the end of the day, it's just a wicket 22 yards long with two sets of stumps." * Read a full report by Mike Amos in Monday's paper.Carew opted to bat first and were restricted to 58-2 in the first 20 overs by tight bowling and keen fielding.Four wickets in four overs reduced the hosts to 100-6 and they were eventually bowled out for 133 (M Wilkie 2 for 27, L Carver 5 for 30, S Langstaff 2 for 11).At one point Shipton scored 49 in three overs, and it was up to Sessay's opening pair, Matthew Till and Mark Wilkie to make a fast start.Wilkie (78) and Till (56) put on 127 for the first wicket, and kept the Thirsk side ahead of the required run-rate.There was a great crowd for the match and a fantastic atmosphere.In the next round on July 6th Sessay must travel to Manchester to play Woodhouses.SESSAY Cricket Club, from the Hunters York & District Senior League Premier division, have booked an appearance at Lords after reaching the final of the Davidstow Village Cup.Over 500 people attended the club's seven wicket semifinal victory away at Pembrokeshire side Carew.