Penang Schools Sports Council (MSSPP) secretary general Abdul Said Hussain said the event was hosted by the state education department and was participated by 15 teams each in both categories.
He said a total 75 matches were played in seven venues around George Town -- St Georges Girls School, SK Francis Light, Penang Free School, SM Vokasional Batu Lanchang, SM Teknik Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra, Universiti Sains Malaysia and Westlands Sports Excellence Centre.
KL won the Under-18 title by defeating Kelantan by 16 runs at the Penang Free School cricket hub in Jalan Masjid Negeri.
Kelantan, who had defeated defending champions Pahang and runners-up Penang, were the hot favourites but KL produced their best to shock the east coast side.
KL's Nik Nazran Sufri was voted as the 'Man of the Final' in the Under-18 decider.
"This is the first time I have taken five wickets in a final," said Nik Nazran.
"This is also the first time that Kuala Lumpur have won the title as our previous best was finishing runners-up in 2004," said the 16-year-old Victoria Institution student.
In the Boys' Under-12 category, Johor, set a target of 122 by Selangor in the 20 overs final, surpassed the score with two wickets to spare.
ROLL OF HONOUR -- Boys' Under-18 Best Bowler: Mohd Wafiq Irfan Zarbani (Kel); Best Batsman: Niroshan De Silva (KL); Best Wicketkeeper: Muhammad Faris Aizat Shaari (Kel); Best All-rounder: Abdul Fatah Ibrahim (Kel).
Under-12 Boys' Best Bowler: Aslam Khan Malik (Pk); Best Batsman: Adam Abdul Ghani (Joh); Best Wicketkeeper: Muhammad Nabil Azhar (Sel); Best All-rounder: Muhammad Israf Izzudin Arbain (Joh).
*Sumber Dari New Straits Times