Nick Thorne (42), Nick Harrison (22no) and John Flintoff (13no) ensured the cup returned to North Yorkshire.
Sessay, who lost to Cornish side Troon in a low-scoring final in 1976, are the fourth winners from the area, after Forge Valley (1986), Woodhouse Grange (1995 & 2007) and Sheriff Hutton Bridge.
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Setting up a RSS Newsfeed is simple but not all web-browsers have an RSS reader built in.Keith Houlston, club secretary and former player, said: "We took it one step at a time and when we got to the semi-finals we began to think we may have a chance."At the end of the day, it's just a wicket 22 yards long with two sets of stumps." * Read a full report by Mike Amos in Monday's paper.RSS (or Really Simple Syndication) is the technical term for a newsfeed.If you are an "Information Junkie", then RSS is perfect for you."It's fantastic for a small village of only 200 people to win a national championship, it's a special moment." Sessay won the toss and put Shipton in to bat.Andy Hemming (59) and Steven Bates (46no) led Shipton to their big total, with Hemming hitting two sixes.If this is the case we recommend you Google search for a RSS feed reader for your chosen web-browser.Out of 300 teams that entered, Sessay was the last team standing having progressed through eight rounds and crowning the glory in a comfortable win at Lord’s over Kent-based side Sibton Park by 119 runs.Their 228-3 overhauled Shipton's 227-5 to set a new record for a side batting second in the final at Lord's.Sessay captain Stephen Langstaff told BBC Radio York: "Volunteers have put the effort in, 20, 50, 100 years back, and this is for all those people.