VICC are the new holders of the Perpetual Cup in the Suva Cricket Association competition.
The Novotel-sponsored side dethroned holders Police by a massive 110 runs at Albert Park yesterday morning to walk away with the challenge trophy.
Simon Harper gave a man of the match performance yesterday scoring 62 runs and taking four wickets for 12 runs.
The match was a replay of last week's challenge which was washed out by rain midway.
VICC batted first and scored 189 runs for the loss of three wickets in their allocated 20 overs with national rep Joji Bulabalavu as their top run scorer with 82 runs and Harper second with 62.
When it was Police's turn to bat, aggressive bowling from VICC prevented them from scoring as many runs as they wanted to.
Police was all out for 79 runs in less than 20 overs.
VICC saved the celebrations for later as they had to defend the Cup against Moce II in the afternoon.
SCA president Adriu Misiki said VICC continued their winning momentum in their first title defence.
"VICC were all out for 148 in their inning and in reply Moce II was all out for 131," he said.
"So VICC successfully defended the Perpetual Cup three hours after winning it from Police today (yesterday)."
In other matches yesterday, Army thrashed Oneata by 183 runs. Army were 198 for eight and in reply Oneata were all out for 15 runs.
Police lost their second match of the day when they went down to Sarafui by eight runs and Nasaqalau recorded their first win of the competition when they won by default over Suva Grammar Old Boys and BSP Titans also won by default over Grammar.