In an otherwise indifferent year for the powerhouse club, Yallingup Oddbods rolled to a remarkable fourth consecutive T20 title. A convincing grand final win over Margaret River sealed the title at Barnard Park on Saturday, after the Oddbods lost just one game in the competition’s main draw. Club legend Nayton Colombera hit the winning runs, with his side losing just two wickets on its way to running down Margaret River’s total of 73. But it was a win built on another miserly performance by a star-studded bowling line-up. Seamer Matt Connaughton was the only frontline bowler to go wicketless, but conceded just 12 runs from his full four overs. Fellow opener Neil Langenhoven continued his impressive form with 1-10 and Scott Young took 2-10, but it was WA Invitational XI skipper and YOBS stalwart Ben Payne’s 4-16 from three overs that ripped through Margs’ ailing middle-order. By the time Justin Gilbert finished his work at the top of the order — blasting 48 off just 37 balls in the chase — the game was all but over. The Hawks’ desperate efforts to defend the sub-par total saw skipper Grant Garstone use seven bowlers in just 12 overs. In their four consecutive short-form grand final wins, of which YOBS have bowled first in three, the club has not conceded more than the 108 scored against them by Dunsborough in 2019. Dunsborough won the second grade T20 title, rolling Vasse for just 81. The two grand finalists will meet again as the 50-over competition returns this weekend, while St Mary’s host Cowaramup and Dunsborough have the bye.