Glossop reached their required total with consummate ease, with plenty of overs spare.
Opponents Woodbank were pitched in first but had a day to forget at the crease as they were skittled for a total of just 85.
Tim Rogers, who was later named the man of the match, had a profitable spell with ball in hand, taking four wickets.
After bowling out their opponents Glossop set about chasing their modest target in quick time.
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They managed to reach a total of 86 for the loss of just four wickets, and with a huge 35 overs to spare.
In a unique twist of fate, this weekend sees the two sides lock horns again, this time in league action.
Last weekend prior to the cup victory, Glossop ran in 295-8 at Thornham before restricting their hosts to 109 all out.