Rhiannon Knowling-Davies and Molly Greasby starred as Nottinghamshire’s Under 18 Girls outclassed their Lincolnshire counterparts at Skegness.
Knowling-Davies hit an unbeaten 72 to anchor the Notts innings as the visitors reached 223/6 from 40 overs.
In reply, Lincolnshire were skittled for 45, Greasby recording figures of 4/4 from her seven overs.
The Outlaws won the toss and weathered the loss of skipper Sadie Hodgson for 7 as Knowling-Davies and Maddie Ward amassed a 75-run stand.
Wicketkeeper Ward struck three fours in the course of making 47 before being bowled by Anneka Watson, but Knowling-Davies continued to accumulate as Ella Porter (22), Greasby (11), Nora Masterson (25), and Niamh Doody (6) made cameo appearances.
The Nottinghamshire number three concluded on 72 from 84 deliveries, clearing the way for her side to prove their class with the ball.
Olivia Baker opened with a wicket maiden, removing Piper Saul with her fourth delivery.
Baker would later pick up the scalp of skipper Watson (11), one of only two Lincolnshire batters to reach double figures.
Hayva Abbott also made 11 before being castled by Libby Armitage, but it was Greasby’s bowling which stole the limelight.
Her third over, a wicket maiden, was the first of four consecutive overs in which she dismissed Lincolnshire batters, with Eloise Hall (1), Amber Hauton (1), Sarah Hunt (0) and Abbie Morgan (0) all falling cheaply.
There was a further wicket for Armitage and one for Naomi McBride before Hodgson completed the rout by catching Charlotte Ashcroft off her own bowling, the visitors victorious by 178 runs.