The Coro Cougars have wrapped up top spot on the third-grade ladder following a nine-wicket win over Diggers at Collina Oval.
Jake Rand (2/5) picked up a couple of early wickets to have Diggers on the back foot before Manan Dave (19) and Anurag Dhot (14) tried to get their side back into the game.
Harry Steele (2/4) and Cooper Rand (2/5) picked up four wickets between them with Meli Ranitu (12*) adding late runs to see Diggers bowled out for 75.
Ranitu (1/6) took the early wicket of Rhys Carnell (0) before Steele (33*) and Mark Bennett (29*) guided their side to a nine-wicket win with 23.3 overs remaining.
In the clash on Friday night, a century to Oliver Bartter helped Hanwood pick up a convincing win over Coleambally.
Bartter (105 ret.) led the way while contributions from Luke Demamiel (16), Inam Ullah (13*) and Callum Mirtschin (12*) saw Hanwood finish on 6/195 after their 35 overs.
The Nomads made a promising start in their chase with Jack Kidd (6) and Henry Lacey (19) at the top of the order, but their innings soon hit a hurdle.
Daniel Whitworth (3/12) took three middle-order wickets while Jordan Whitworth (3/4) did the damage to the lower order to see Coleambally bowled out for 81 in 25.5 overs with Nathan Hodgson (15) the only other Nomad to make an impact with the bat.
In the closest game of the round, Exies Eagles were able to come away with a two-wicket win over Leagues.
The Eagles made the early breakthrough with Ryan Bock picking up Joel Schaefer (0) before Noah Gaske (20), and Ryan Minato (10) got their side back on track.
Sam (22) and Patrick Payne (21) was also able to keep the scoreboard ticking over with a 40-run partnership before two wickets to Lucas Irvin (2/13), Sam Irvin (2/3) and Sean Culgan (2/14) gave Exies the upper hand as the Panthers finished their innings on 103.
Leo Forner (2/9) and Sam Payne were able to knock over the top order before Bock (43) got his side back into contention, and despite Payne (3/8) picking up another two wickets, the Exies side was able to get over the line with two wickets in hand and 11 balls remaining.