Barooga earns bragging rights, Katty coach turns back the clock
Elsewhere, Katamatite got back to its winnings ways thanks to some individual brilliance from playing coach Mark Haberfield.
The accomplished bowler turned back the clock with classy figures of 5-16 off five overs as Katty knocked over Finley for 96 runs.
The Boosey Creek Tigers then went about chasing down the total with relative ease.
Opening bat Ben Lucas creamed 46 not-out from 36 deliveries as he smoked six boundaries and sent a hit over the rope.
Katamatite chased down the low total inside 15 overs.
Meanwhile, the MVCA recognised and celebrated a swathe of competition greats.
The association inducted four new members into its Hall of Fame, while it elevated a member to legend status at a recent gala dinner.
The late Michael Cleary was inducted into the Hall of Fame alongside Gerard McGrath, Colin McDonald and Michael Cleeland.
Shane Maddox was elevated to legend status, becoming the third person to do so.
The MVCA Hall of Fame now has three legends and 24 inductees since it commenced in 2010.