Pegs Creek Crabs have become back-to-back champions after annihilating the Rec Club in the West Pilbara Cricket Association women’s T20 competition grand final. The Crabs who have been a powerhouse all season won the toss and batted at Baynton West Oval last Tuesday. Rec Club struck early, dismissing opener Bronywyn Thomson for a third-ball duck in the first over, bringing the dangerous Jessica Creighton to the pitch. Creighton and opener Jessica Pitchers shared a 49-run stand before Pitchers was stumped by Emily Bowden to leave the batting side at 2-52. With plenty of wickets in the bank, Creighton unloaded on the Rec Club blasting her way to 70 from just 55 deliveries before retiring. Crabs compiled 3-162. Creighton was the top scorer and Ashleigh Faneco scored a quickfire 45. The Rec Club’s run chase got off to a terrible start when Bowden was caught off the first ball before Alexa Naprasnik departed not long after, leaving the side reeling at 2-29. Faneco then grabbed her second scalp when she dismissed Lauren Fleury for just one run. Katelyn Arnold steadied the innings, with a hard-fought 40 not out but was unable to get her side over the line with the Crabs bowling tight lines making it hard for their oppon-ents to find bad balls to put away. In the end the Rec Club finished 3-101 for the Pegs Creek Crabs to come out on top by seven wickets. Faneco was the pick of the bowlers with 2-10 from her four overs while Pitchers helped out with 1-16 from three.