UPDATE: MORNINGTON Peninsula Cricket Association has cruised to victory in the Melbourne Country Week final.
After bowling Sale-Maffra out for 202 in the 50th over, Mornington chased down the total in the 45th over for the loss of just three wickets.
Justin Bridgeman and Robert Hearn put on a first-wicket partnership of 83 runs, with Bridgeman belting five fours and one six before being dismissed for 58.
Hearn finished with 44, before Daniel Warwick (59no) and Scott Phillips (40no) guided their team to victory.
Mike Jones took two wickets for Sale-Maffra, but the Sharks were simply without the bowling firepower to stem Mornington's run flow.
It was Mornington's first provincial division win since 2009. The association also claimed victory in division three today.
Earlier today, Sale-Maffra lost the toss and was sent into bat, finding itself in trouble at 1/5 after opener Josh Rurawhe was caught behind for four runs.
Tight bowling saw Mornington Peninsula in control at the halfway point of the innings, with the Sharks 2/67 after 25 overs.
Runs flowed more freely in the second half of the innings but a rush to increase the total resulted in cheap wickets and the Sharks were dismissed in their final over.
Mike Jones (57) and Brett Lanigan (50) were Sale-Maffra's top scorers, with 16-year-old Jayden Allison adding a valuable 23 late in the innings.
Scott Phillips was the pick of Mornington Peninsula's bowlers, taking 4/35 off 9.4 overs.
Darren Groves and Matt Foon each picked up two wickets.