Lisburn produced an incredible comeback to beat Instonians by 7 runs in the final of the Graham Cup at Shaw's Bridge.

Batting first, Lisburn were in major strife as they slumped to 18 for 7 against a rampant Instonians attack.

Noah Best buckled down and his resilient unbeaten 27 got the Wallace Park side up to 59 - not a huge total but one that at least offered some hope.

Enter stage left Matty Gray who produced a memorable opening salvo to claim three wickets and have the home side reeling on 1 for 3.

He went on to claim a further three to finish with Man of the Match figures of 6 for 8.

John Cunningham, Harry Walker and Noah Best then finished the job as Instonians were bowled out for 52 amid chaotic and joyous scenes.

Congratulations to Lisburn and their coaches Stuart Lightbody, Jonathan Waite and Adam Berry and commiserations to Instonians for playing their part in a final that will live long in the memory.