Exies have secured their first win of the second-grade season after their visit to Coleambally to take on the Nomads.
After winning the toss and electing to bat, Exies made a shaky start after they lost Lyle Campbell (5) and Blake Wiseman (0) to the bowling of Nathan Jones (2/6) to have the side struggling at 2/12.
Travers Pickmere led a fightback along with Dan Brady (12) put on 30 runs for the third wicket before Brady was dismissed by Josh Fattore (1/13).
Scott Campbell (34) picked up where Brady left off, and before Pickmere was dismissed by Shaun Iddles for 48 it was a 62-run partnership to get Exies past the 100-mark.
Jimmy Mann was the only other Exies batsmen to break the double figures with 19 late in the innings as Mitchell Wiseman (5/16) finished with a five-wicket haul to restrict Exies to 150 off 32.4 overs.
Cooper Smith (51) and Puram Sri (4) hit the ground running for the Nomads in reply, with an opening stand of 61 before Johnathon Streat (1/44).
Wickets falling at regular intervals hurt Coleambally with only Jack Weymouth-Smith (16) and Jones (10) breaking into double figures.
For Exies the damage with the ball was done by Campbell who finished with figures of 7/24 off eight overs as the Nomads were bowled out for 111 in 23 overs giving Exies a 36-run win.
The other two games between Coro Cougars and Diggers, as well as the Hanwood and Yenda game, were washed out by the storms on Saturday afternoon.
Coro won the toss and batted, and a quick wicket from Daniel Dossiter saw Brett Crooks (2) dismissed with the score on three.
Peter Taprell (31) and Stephen Witherspoon (36) hit crucial runs in the middle order before Dion Pascoe (25), Jack Hutchinson (13) and Dean Robertson (10) helped get their side to a massive total of 9/191 before rain ended the game.
Hanwood looked to be putting themselves into a strong position in their game against Yenda after they won the toss and batted first.
Neil Geltch (72) and Daniel Febo (53) led the charge with contributions from Reed Bunyan, Charlie Simpson and Leon Tiere all posting 10 runs each as the side reached 175 off their 40 overs.
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