Rovers sit in equal first position on the Premier League ladder after securing a 33-run victory over the Port City League Magpies last Saturday.
In another impressive victory, the Rovers posted a total of 7/213 from 36 overs in a rain reduced match.
Mitch Korn (81) and Jarrod Prosper (51) led the way with the bat as they combined to record the majority of Rovers' score.
Rovers were just as solid with the ball, despite key bowler Harry Nemme suffering a knee injury two overs into his spell.
Rovers dismissed the Magpies at the end of the 34th over for 180 runs.
Rovers captain Ethan Dowling was delighted with the performance of all of his players.
"I was impressed with everyone's performances with bat and ball," Dowling told the Argus.
"We posted a fairly big total which I think helped our bowlers." Dowling was full of praise for Korn, who batted with intelligence, took his time and made the Magpies pay when they presented a chance.
"Mitch has kept his form from last year, he was patient and made them make the mistakes and pounced on every opportunity," Dowling said.
"I have been waiting for him to do that for a while now, he's dangerous when he gets going and played aggressive which I like."
Dowling was also pleased with Prosper's half century, which ensured the Rovers would set a high total.
The injury to Nemme is expected to keep him out of the line up for the next few weeks.
"Harry hurt his knee and it looks like it will be a stint on the sidelines for him which is disappointing," Dowling said.
"But all the boys bowled well despite his absence which was fantastic."
Rovers will look to secure a third consecutive win when they travel to take on the Port Macquarie Pirates this Saturday.
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