Leagues has maintained their position at the top of the third-grade table after picking up a win on Friday night against Coleambally.
After the Panthers won the toss, they made a tough start with James Clarke (4/14) picking up the wicket of Enzo Nolan (2) while James Buchanan (1/9) dismissed Joel Schaefer (0).
Patrick Payne (23), Nobeljit Kalsi (13) and Leo Forner (16) played a great supporting role for Michael Cudmore (54*) who helped steer their side out of danger with a fifty to see the Panthers bowled out for 133 after 30.4 overs.
While Henry Lacey fell to the bowling of Leo Forner early in the Nomads innings, Blake McDonald (17) and Jack Kidd (21) tried to get their side moving in the right direction.
The bowling of Oscar Nolan (3/12) and Forner (2/14) made it tough for the Nomads as only Hannah Clarke was able to break double digits in the middle order as the Coleambally side were bowled out for 97 with the Panthers coming away with a 36-run win.
Coro was able to keep pace with the Panthers with a win over Exies Eagles.
Taine Moraschi (13) and Sean Culgan (19) tried to get their side moving in the right direction, but the bowling of Thomas Camm (2/4), Kyle (2/6) and Mark Bennett (2/5) made it difficult for the Exies side.
Late runs from Lucas Irvin (15) saw the Eagles able to post 85 before being bowled out in the 30th over.
Jake Rand (38) put the Cougars into a strong position before Bohdy Martin (15*) and Mark Bennett (14*) were able to guide their side to a six-wicket victory.
In the final game of the round, Hanwood was able to take a convincing win over Exies Diggers.
The opening spell from Inam Ullah (4/2) proved difficult for the Diggers batsmen as they fell to 4/2 before Anurag Dhot tried to get his side back on track.
Dhot (9) pushed towards double digits before he was runout by Luke Cannon while Sean Garcia (8) was the only other batsman to get close as they were bowled out for 44 in 16.3 overs.
Meli Ranitu (1/6) was able to take the wicket of Gulfam Ahmad (6) but Ullah (22*) was able to guide his side to a nine-wicket win alongside Daniel Whitworth (7*) with 28.2 overs remaining.
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