The Coro Cougars have maintained their hold on the top spot in GDCA second grade after a nine-wicket win over a weakened Leagues side.
The Leagues side made a tough start after winning the toss and electing to bat with Angus Gunn (0) falling to Jamie Bennett in the second over of the day.
Bennett (3/19) and Coro captain Justin Moat (3/8) took three wickets each while Stephen Witherspoon (2/14) helped to restrict Leagues to 9/92 with only Vilish Patel (12) able to break double digits.
Patel (1/15) was able to pick up the wicket of Stephen Witherspoon (5) but Bennett (52*) and Andrew McIntyre (32*) were able to guide their side to a nine-wicket win with 26 overs remaining.
In a low-scoring nail-biter, it was Coleambally who were able to come out on top after their clash with Diggers at Exies No 2.
Sam Breed was able to take the early wicket of Grant McMaster (0) before Tom Harper, and Damien Browning tried to lead a fightback.
Despite Harper (16) and Browning (40*) getting starts the bowling of Breed (2/19), Sanil Chilukuri (2/12) and Jack Weymouth-Smith (5/8) help to restrict Diggers to 60 off 18.4 overs.
In reply, Coleambally made a good start with Cooper Smith (10) and Weymouth-Smith (16) putting on 26 before trouble struck for the Nomads.
The visitors lost 9/13 with Browning (5/17) doing most of the damage while Daniel Dossetor (3/20) and Harper (1/19) chipped in to have the Nomads on the backfoot on 9/39.
The last wicket pairing of Ben Smith (9*) and Shane Taylor (13*) were able to get the remaining runs to see the Nomads come away with a one-wicket win.
In the final game, Exies were able to pick up their second win of the season against Hanwood.
The middle-order from the Eagles of Jimmy Mann (12), Peter Davis (26) and Adam Waide (13) and late runs from Gavin Woods (23*) saw the Eagles bowled out for 116.
Jason Bertacco (33) was the only Hanwood player to get a start as three wickets to Davis (3/2), and Waide (3/19) saw Hanwood bowled out for 88, and the Eagles take a 28-run win.
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