Griffith has picked up their second challenge cup in as many weeks after picking up a six-wicket win over rivals Leeton to take the Hedditch Cup on Sunday.
After winning the toss and electing to bat the Leeton side were able to make a strong start with Mathew Axtill and Jason Burke putting on 46 for the first wicket before Jack Hutchinson (1/42) picked up the wicket of Axtill (17) while Dean Bennett (1/33) dismissed Burke (22) in quick succession.
The middle-order was able to contribute well with Josh Lanham (16), Adrian Axtill (15) and Richard Smith (17) all playing great supporting roles for Jock Yelland.
The bowling of Ben Rowston (5/14) helped to swing the momentum in favour of the Griffith side as he picked up the vital wicket of Yelland (48) just short of fifty before rolling through the lower order to see Leeton bowled out for 156.
In response, Griffith was able to make a strong start with Mitchell-Williams Hedges and Dean Bennett putting on 30 for the first wicket before Lanham had Williams-Hedges (15) out leg before wicket.
Pascoe joined Bennett, and another partnership of 30 runs saw Griffith on track to record a quick victory before Adrian Axtill knocked over Bennett (33) to see Griffith sitting on 2/66 after 14 overs.
The in-form duo of Pascoe and Griffith captain Theo Valeri got their side to within 20 runs of victory before Brodie Perram picked up the wicket of Theo Valeri (39) while Tom Valeri (2) was dismissed in the following over by Leeton skipper Jordan Camm.
Pascoe (46*) was able to guide his side to victory alongside Angus Boulton (2*) with 30 overs remaining.
Valeri was pleased to see his side's form from last week's clash with Lake Cargelligo continue this weekend.
"We couldn't be happier with how it started," he said.
"We came over with a plan and stuck to that pretty well."
While happy with his own form and that of Pascoe's, Valeri pointed to the performance of one of his bowlers as the standout.
"I'm happy with how we are going, but it was backed up well by Benny Rowston," he said. "He bowled really well and was able to drag it back for us."
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