England Men's Learning Disability team beat Australia by eight wickets at The Wanderers to win the tri-series in South Africa.
Fittingly, it was captain Chris Edwards who hit the winning runs in the final - and made an unbeaten half-century - to ensure his team have won every series since 2010.
There were four Middlesex players representing the side, with Jaidev Charan, Martin Henderson, Ben Mason and Kester Sainsbury all featuring at various points in the competition.
With the runs throughout the tri-series coming from the top-order, their batting services weren’t required. However, it was a different story with the ball as all four men contributed with wickets.
The best figures by a Middlesex representative came from Mason – who made his debut in the series – as he claimed 2/16 in one of the matches against South Africa, whilst taking 1/20 and inflicting two run outs in a clash against Australia.
Charan, Henderson and Sainsbury chipped in during the series with one-wicket hauls in a number of the matches.
Dan Bowser earned both the Batter of the Series and Player of the Series awards, helping his country triumph - with an average of 132 - and Kieran McKinney received the Bowler of the Series award.
Well done to all involved in the series win and in particular to the Middlesex quartet who did the Club proud!