SWR Shoeys Bakery v Stuarts Point/Eungai:
As Stuarts Point/Eungai returned to their home ground, South West Rocks won the toss and elected to bat first and may have been reconsidering that decision early as Leslie Page ripped through the top order to have them at 2/6.
Batsman Ben Schubert entered proceedings and calmed things down for the away side, racing to 41 before becoming one of Jake Jeffery's six victims.
The Stuarts Point/Eungai skipper went on a rampage with ball in hand to see SWR go from 3/50 to 7/59 - all off his bowling.
The opposition captain Grant Schubert then settled things for his side, making a calm 23 runs before eventually succumbing the bowling of, you guessed it, Jake Jeffery.
Jeffery finished with figures of 6/7 off 6 overs whilst Leslie Page (4/12 off 5.3) was brilliant as well.
With the Rocks bowled out for 110 off 34.3 overs Stuarts Point/Eungai would've been confident off the back of an unbelievable individual bowling display.
The Rocks bowling cartel were determined to outshine their opponents however and the wickets consistently fell.
Stuarts Point/Eungai were unable to form partnerships with Jake and Shannon Jeffery's combined total of 24 runs together the highest for their team.
Thanks to the bowling of Chris McEvoy (6/26 off 8 overs), SWR dominated to bowl the home side out for 77 off 25.5 overs.
Steven Moorcroft was once again the top-scorer with 24 not out.
Nulla Bucketeers vs Rovers WKH:
At Kempsey Golf Club Rovers decided to put the pads on first but Jared Smee struck early to have them at 1/0.
Jason McKiernan entered and raced to 38 but when he fell so did his teammates.
Captain Shane Powick entered at 4/67 and was able to help his side reach a respectable score, hitting his way to 36 before the team were bowled out for 146 from 37.4 overs.
Harry Dowling was sensational for Nulla with figures of 4/32 from 7 overs.
With Mark Smee at the top of the order Nulla looked a strong chance to secure victory and off his bat they did just that.
As the wickets fell around him Smee was immovable, hitting 12 boundaries and carrying his bat to a sublime 81.
Harry Dowling (19) and Dylan Scott (18*) batted around Smee as their side reached the total seven wickets down in 32.4 overs.
Rovers HISC v Nulla C&G:
Keeping with the norm of Saturday, Nulla won the toss and elected to bat at Kemp Street Sports Fields.
Batting at first drop, Michael Heuston was in an attacking mood, hitting four 4's and three 6's to an entertaining 53.
George Hill joined him for a partnership of 40 before Hill took over the power-hitting when Hueston was dismissed.
Hill's 56 came with three 4's and three 6's before his side were bowled out for 185 off 35.4 overs.
Craig Rosten (4/30 off 6.4 overs) was Rovers best bowler.
A first-wicket partnership of 65 between Max Brandolini (23) and Rhys Owens (41) seemed to get Rovers off to a decent start but the economic yet attacking bowling of George Hill inspired a lift from Nulla to put the batting side under pressure.
Hill ripped through to remove the top to middle order of Rovers as Beau Mainey began to strike at the other end.
Craig Rosten offered resistance with a well made 54 not out but his side ran out of overs, finishing 8/162 from their 40.
George Hill finished with 3/14 off 5 overs whilst Beau Mainey was tight with 3/30 off 8.
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