Hanwood continues to be the side to beat at the start of the third-grade season with a third win for the season after defeating Exies on Friday night.
After deciding to bat first, Hanwood lost Jordan Whitworth (3) with the score on 13, however, Tom, and Oliver Bartter went about building their side's innings.
The brothers put on 65 runs for the second wicket before Tom Bartter (26) fell to the bowling of James Roche (1/21), and Ben Rowston (4) followed soon after when he was run out just short of his ground.
Harry Rowston joined Oliver Bartter in the middle and were able to push their side towards a competitive total with a 45-run partnership.
Hanwood lost three quick wickets as Bartter (68), Zac Demamiel (0) and Angus Brown (0) to see them sitting on 6/131. Rowston (49) and Gulfam Ahmad (17) helped to get their side to a competitive total of 187 off their 35 overs.
Exies top order made a good start in the chase with Hayden Forner (30), Ryan Book (11), James Roche (11) and Aditha Jayasuriya (34) but trouble struck after that.
Ahmad (2/8) and Max Giorigolzarri (2/11) did most of the damage for the Hanwood side as Exies were bowled out for 137 in 32.2 overs.
In the Saturday afternoon game out at Coleambally, the Nomads were able to pick up their first win of the season after defeating Leagues Club.
Michael Cudmore (1/22) was able to make the start the Panthers would have wanted as he claimed the wicket Harrison McKinnon (0) before the Sam Toscan (2) and Jack Buchanan (34) lead a fightback for the Nomads.
The pair were able to put on 41 runs before Hamish Gunn (2/25) picked up the pair in quick succession to have the Nomads on the back foot once again.
Ben Fattore (13) and Jack Clarke (48) were the only other batsman to get a start for the Nomads as Leagues’ Fergus Shelton (3/14) and Harshbir Singh (2/18) helped to restrict Coleambally to 131 off their 35 overs.
Cudmore (13) and Nobeljit Kalsi (30) were the only Leagues batsmen to post double digits as Buchanan (3/0), and Fattore (2/4) bowled well to restrict the Panthers to 93.