LANGWARRIN finished off the job against Long Island on Saturday.
Langy bowled Long Island out for just 103 on day one, putting them in the box seat for the win. On day two they got down to work, passing their target with five wickets left to spare.
Chris Brittain top scored for the victors with 37.
Baxter had a tough day at home against Old Peninsula last weekend. Their run chase failed after a catastrophic collapse.
Baxter was chasing 185 to win on day two. At 4/90 they looked in a strong position, but the wheels quickly fell off.
Baxter lost 6/10 to close out their innings, finishing up all out for 100. John Forrest was the pick of the bowlers with figures of 4/22.
Red Hill drew to Baden Powell on Saturday. Pines also drew to Sorrento.
FLINDERS wrapped up a well-earned victory against Moorooduc on Saturday.
Flinders were awesome on day one. They defended their total of 371 on day two.
Moorooduc dug their heels in, but still ended up all out for 169. Mitchell Kleinig cleaned up the tail to close the game out.
A tail order collapse cost Mornington their game against Heatherhill.
Mornington was chasing 214 to win on day two. At 6/180 they looked in a strong position, but with time starting to tick away they began losing wickets quickly.
Mornington lost 4/3, finishing up all out for 183. Adeel Hussain tore through their tail on his way to a five-wicket haul.
An unbeaten century from Brad McDonald helped Somerville get a win over Mt Eliza.
Dromana didn’t get the chance to defend their strong total of 234. Their clash with Seaford Tigers was rained out.
CRIB Point finished what they started on Saturday, claiming victory over Hastings.
Crib Point easily surpassed their target of 98. They finished their innings at 6/162 – Matthew Blake top scored with an unbeaten 52.
Hastings came in to bat to close out the day. They made a much better impression in their second innings, finishing at 2/96.
Delacombe Park were winners on Saturday against Carrum. They chased down a target of 103 in just 35 overs with six wickets left to spare.
Carrum Downs impressed on Saturday. They reached their target of 181 with eight wickets left in hand.
Carrum Downs got off to a great start on day two against Main Ridge. Their openers Gordon Waterfall and Michael O’Driscoll scored 78 and 88 respectively to get them to their target.
Rosebud and Seaford drew.
A HAT-TRICK from James Holland-Burch helped Tyabb pick up a dominant outright win over Pearcedale last weekend.
Pearcedale started day two on 1/13 after falling to a first innings loss on day one. Although they were better in their second innings, they still ended up all out for just 109.
James Holland-Burch finished the game off with a hat-trick. He finished with figures of 4/24 off 14 overs.
Balnarring picked up a home win over Boneo on Saturday.
Balnarring were defending a total of 225 on day two. They got off to a good start, dismissing Boneo’s openers for scores of 2 and 3 respectively.
A strong middle order showing got Boneo back on track, but they still fell short. They were bowled out for 177.
Boneo lost their last three wickets for just one run.
Mt Martha bested Frankston YCW on Saturday. Rye defeated Skye outright. Tootgarook rounded out the winner’s list with a victory over Ballam Park.