Wimbledon sealed their second successive National Club Twenty20 crown despite taking an unconventional route to victory.
Poor weather at the Kia Oval ensured none of the three finals-day contests could be completed as planned, meaning players were required to hold their nerves in bowl-offs.
It was Wimbledon who emerged triumphant in the first semi-final, easing to a 3-1 scoreline as Banbury struggled.
Ormskirk were similarly impressive in progressing, Ian Robinson striking the final blow to cap a 3-2 success over Chester-le-Street with five deliveries to spare.
However, the might of Wimbledon shone through in the final as they set a difficult victory target of six.
That proved way beyond the challengers, who managed just one as their day ultimately ended in disappointment.
Victorious captain Neil Turk said: "We played good cricket to get this far and obviously fancied our chances. It would have been much better to get out there but we are pleased to win."