The Coleambally Nomads were able to pick up a convincing win over Exies Diggers in GDCA third grade on Saturday afternoon.
Hannah Clarke and Chase Neutze were able to get the Coleambally side off to a strong start after winning the toss and electing to bat with a 28-run partnership before Neutze (11) fell to Anurag Dhot (2/19).
While the Nomads lost a couple of quick wickets, Clarke (21) was able to maintain her composure before she fell with the score on 93.
James Clarke and Blake McDonald were able to maintain the work of Hannah Clarke as they put 78 runs on the board before James Clarke (22) was trapped in front by Angus Argent-Smith.
McDonald past fifty before he too was dismissed by Argent-Smith (2/47) but the Nomads were able to finish their 35 overs on 7/176.
The Diggers made a tough start as they fell to 4/14 with Sam Strachan (2/2), Sam Fattore (1/5) and Nathan Hodgson (1/10) doing the early damage.
Mayur Patel (10) was the only Diggers player to break double digits as Cooper Jones (3/7), Ethan Inggs (2/2) and McDonald (2/0) rolled through the lower order to secure a 130-run victory.
The Coro Cougars have jumped to the top of the third-grade table after taking a close one-wicket win over Leagues Panthers at Ted Scobie Oval on Saturday.
The Panthers made a tough start after they won the toss and elected to bat with Enzo Nolan (0) falling to the bowling of Charlie Jones in the opening over.
Sam Payne and Michael Cudmore were tasked with rebuilding their side's innings and were able to put on 41 runs before Cudmore (22) and Alex Robinson (0) were dismissed by Bohdy Martin (2/7).
Sam Payne (27) followed closely behind and as Patrick Gunn (12*) was the only other batsmen to reach double digits the Panthers were bowled out for 108 with Mark Bennett (3/6) taking three late wickets.
The Panthers would have thought they were in line for victory early as Leo Forner (2/7) picked up Rhys Carnell and Noah Kirkman (2) while Cudmore took the wickets of Cooper Rand (0) and Mark Bennett (2) to have the Cougars struggling on 4/7.
Kyle Bennett and Harrison Steele tried to rebuild their side's innings before Steele (11) fell to Fergus Shelton (1/11).
Bennett (23) continued to chip away, and contributions from Thomas Camm (18), Charlie Jones (19) and Joseph Bellicanta (11) got their side to within three runs of victory and with one wicket remaining the Cougars were able to get over the line.
In the final game, Hanwood took a one-wicket win over Exies with just four balls remaining thanks to the batting of Gulfam Ahmed (77).