Wynnum-Manly claimed the Under-16 Premier Cricket title with an exciting win over neighbouring Redlands, winning by 74 runs.

The Sea Eagles had the best of the batting conditions with storms and fading light making it increasingly challenging for the Tigers to chase down Wynnum's total of 258. In the end, Redlands were dismissed for 184 in the 37th over.

Queensland Under-17 player Luke Hatherall produced a fine all-round effort for Wynnum-Manly, top-scoring with 67 and taking 3-44 from seven overs.

Sea Eagles opener Vidun Periyapperuma hit 47 and allrounder Tom Gossett contributed 40 against a Redlands outfit that worked overtime in the field.

Clever left-arm spinner James Pullar had 3-37 from eight overs while U-17 Cricket Australia XI paceman Luke Davies took 2-30.

Davies claimed top order batsman Kobey Maguire, who was coming off a century in sixth grade the day before, cheaply before Periyapperuma and Gossett produced a solid launch pad for Hatherall.

Redlands batsman Keegan McClean was the big hope for the Tigers, and his top-score of 77 gave them hope of overhauling the target, despite rain interruptions.

But Wynnum's attack stuck to their task, with leg-spinner Dan Linning (2-35) and paceman Connor Murray (3-34) doing the job for their team.