Exies Eagles were able to pick up a convincing victory over Diggers on Friday night off the back of a great display of bowling from Taine Moraschi.
The Diggers side won the toss and elected to bat and was able to put 22 runs on the board before Billy Evans (1/7) struck to remove Anurag Dhot (7).
Moraschi was then able to pick up the wicket of Sean Garcia (16) which triggered the loss of 8/13 including five wickets to Moraschi (5/11) while Jack Mingay (2/6) picked up two wickets.
Diggers were able to add 14 runs for the final wicket before they were bowled out for 62 in the 20th over.
Jacob Testoni and Nate McGregor were able to get Exies into a strong position with a 40-run opening stand before McGregor was caught off the bowling of Manan Dave (1/16) while Testoni (17) was bowled by Dhruvil Patel (1/15).
Mingay (7*) and Mason Ashcroft (4*) were able to get their side across the line with 9.4 overs remaining and eight wickets in hand.
In the other early game, Hanwood was able to take a comfortable win over Leagues Panthers.
The Leagues side won the toss but were on the back foot early with Sam Payne (2) falling to the bowling of Inam Ullah (1/8).
Michael Cudmore tried to get his side moving in the right direction, but when he fell to Gulfam Ahmad (1/7), it triggered two more quick wickets.
While the extras helped keep the scoring ticking over Tom Bartter (2/3), Luke Demamiel (2/10), Oliver Bartter (2/12) and Max Goirigolzarri (2/6) were able to take the remaining eight wickets with only Nobaljit Singh (16) able to make any impact with the bat as the Panthers were bowled out for 78 in 15 overs.
While Callum Mirtschin (0) fell to the bowling of Leo Forner (1/13) and Oliver Bartter (4) was bowled Patrick Payne (1/14), Harry Rowston (49*) and Daniel Whitworth (6*) were able to get Hanwood over the line to an eight-wicket win with eleven overs remaining.
The late game saw a close contest unfold between the Coro Cougars and Coleambally Nomads.
The Cougars were led at the top of the order by Harrison Steele (50 ret) while contributions from Mark Bennett (12) and Joseph Bellicanta (22) looked to have the Coro side on track for a big total.
Two wickets to Oliver Kidd (2/6) and a couple of run outs slowed the scoring as the Coro side finished their 20 overs on 7/134.
The Nomads started strongly with Blake McDonald (43) and James Buchanan (24) getting their side into a strong position. Once they fell, the Nomads had trouble keeping up with the required run rate as they reached the end of their 20 overs on 6/117 to see the Cougars come away with a 17-run win.
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