Exies have maintained their unbeaten start to the fourth-grade season after their match against Leagues at the Showgrounds on Wednesday.
Kyle Jamieson (6) and Alex Minato (12) were able to get Leagues into double digits before Amandeep Singh (1/6) had Jamieson caught behind by Hayden Forner.
The loss of Minato with the score on 21 triggered a slight collapse as Enzo Nolan (2), Nobeljit Kalsi (5) and Chaise Sergi (2) all fell in the space of 14 runs to see the side on 5/35.
Michael Cudmore (18) and Noah Gaske (6) restored some stability to the batting with a partnership of 15 before James Roche (1/11) knocked over Gaske.
Cudmore continued to keep the score ticking over before he was bowled by Billy Evans (2/6) with late runs from Tanner Cassidy (6) helping the side to reach 8/79 off their 25 overs.
Exies made a slow start in reply with Evans (1) falling with the score on four after he was bowled by Fergus Shelton (1/4).
Hayden Forner (25) and Jack Mingay (22) made sure there was no concern with the pair able to put on 43 runs for the second wicket.
When Forner was dismissed by Gaske (1/5), it did little too slow the momentum as Mingay, and Mason Rosengreen (2) kept the score ticking over before they both fell in quick succession to have Exies on 4/63.
Sam Irvin (4) and Jayden Quinn (5) were able to steer the side home with just over two overs to spare and six wickets in hand.
Hanwood has also continued their good start to the season when they took on Diggers. It was Tom Bartter (9), and Luke Demamiel (4) who got the score ticking over before Demamiel was joined by Aiden Serafin (8) and the pair got the side to 33 before Demamiel was dismissed by Ben Fattore (1/8).
Jack Cannon (25), Rahul Guraan (24*) and Harry Rowston (69*) lifted the side to a finishing total of 8/180 off their 25 overs.
It was a hard afternoon for Diggers with Rowston backing up his performance with the bat taking four wickets in two overs.
Diggers were never able to form any partnerships because of the accurate bowling from Hanwood and were eventually bowled out for 39 in 11 overs.
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