Coly have extended their lead at the top of the table in the Griffith District Cricket Association second grade competition.
They took on a bottom of the ladder Yenda side and showed no mercy.
Coly batted first and got off to a flyer thanks to Jack Weymouth-Smith (67) and James Lyell (25).
They took apart the bowling attack before Lyell was sent packing.
Jackson Painting (2) came and went quickly but this brought the heavy hitting Simon Mackie to the crease.
He combined with Weymouth-Smith and started hitting boundaries for fun.
The dismissal of Weymouth-Smith didn’t stop the fast scoring Coly side as Sam Casey didn’t miss a beat.
He blasted his way to 60 while Mackie barely missed out on bringing up his ton as he finished 93 not out. Coly finished their 40 overs 4-269.
Mackie has now totalled 236 runs at an average of 78 this season.
Coly were just as dominant with the ball and if it wasn’t for Peter Vardanega’s knock Yenda’s score wouldn’t have even been in the same ballpark.
A solid opening stand for Vardanega (86) and Simon Spiers (10) provided some hope but the feat was just too much.
Michael Hodgson (2-22) and Nathan Jones (2-21) claimed the early breakthroughs while a run-out by Mackie left Yenda in all sorts.
It seemed to be just one of those days for Mackie as he was thrown the ball and he almost immediately struck.
he picked up four wickets, including the crucial one of Vardanega.
He finished with the figures of 4-23 off his seven overs.
Yenda were bowled out for 149.
Coly will take on second placed Coro Club at Ted Scobie oval this Saturday.