Southern Brave put in a dominant performance in the Lord's Final. They are Men's champions.
A Final at Lord's. It doesn't get bigger than this. Of course, George Garton wasn't too stressed.
The coin toss. Moeen gave it a flick... and it landed on its side! Try again, Mo. He did, and Phoenix won the toss and chose to bowl.
The final match of The Hundred.
Quinton de Kock and Paul Stirling got Brave off to a flying start.
Then de Kock was caught. An opening for Phoenix.
The captain James Vince came and went for four. He was bowled by Imran Tahir. And if you've watch any of The Hundred, you know what came next. Take it away, Imran...
Paul Stirling brought up his 50 from 31 balls.
But Benny Howell got the better of him on 61. Straight through and bowled.
Tim David was making his second appearance in The Hundred, and hit a six that cleared the stand!
It wasn't going all the way of Birmingham Phoenix, but this fan wasn't worried. He's at a Final involving his team!
Adam Milne took two wickets for eight runs. But Brave scored 168.
During the interval, Jax Jones and Ella Henderson got on stage and played an incredible set for the crowd.
David Bedingham and Will Smeed were out early.
Liam Livingstone struck a Men's Competition-best 92 not out in the final group match. He picked up where he left off, striking the ball to all parts of Lord's.
Livingstone drilled one back at Jake Lintott, who could neither catch nor get out of the way. Livingstone checked in on Lintott before continuing though.
Phoenix were up against it, and Livingstone was the key. Then Tim David did this.
Moeen Ali was trying his best to pull Phoenix back into the match.
But Brave got him out and with him went Phoenix's chances.
Brave won by 32 runs. They are Men's Champions.
Congratulations, Southern Brave.