HENLEY Cricket Club picked up the Home Counties Premier League Division 1 trophy after their final match of the season on Saturday.
The Brakspear Ground side, who won the crown for the fourth time in their history last month with two games to spare, slipped to only their third defeat of the season against Burnham.
Batting first a depleted Henley side were bowled out for 128. Burnham went on to win the match by seven wickets.
After the game, league secretary Peter Tomlin presented Henley the cup for winning the league title, the championship pennant and individual awards to the players.
Elsewhere, the three other Henley sides all lost their final Thames Valley League matches of the season. However, despite defeat, Henley 4ths staved off relegation.