The streak continues!
Rovers have extended their unbeaten run in the Mid North Coast Cricket Council's Premier League competition after a vital sixth-wicket batting partnership between captain Jackson Korn and youngster Cooper Petterson.
At Jim Stirling Oval the home side won the toss and elected to bat first against last year's winners, Wingham.
The batting sides leading run-scorer, Jarrod Prosper, was removed early for four runs to have the score at 1/6.
Rovers top to middle order then struggled to make partnerships stick as the wickets continued to fall.
Korn entered the field with the score at 4/66 and was joined not long after by Petterson at 5/69.
The two all-rounders then went to work, aiming to take the momentum away from the bowling side.
Despite the pressure Korn operated at just under a run a ball - working the field around and rotating the strike.
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Petterson's efforts were similar with his innings of 32 coming off 40 balls, departing with the score at 6/132 to end his 53-run partnership with Korn.
The skipper was out three wickets later (9/171) for a 77 minute 57 off 60 deliveries before Matt Scott added 14 runs at the end of the innings to see Rovers finish 9/176 from 40 overs.
Rovers looked confident with ball in hand, with Petterson continuing his dominance to have opener David Rees trapped in front for 1.
Petterson then ripped through again to skittle the stumps of Macquarie Coast Stingers captain Michael Rees for 11 with Wingham at 2/23.
Ryan McDermott and Michael Stinson then met in the middle for Wingham's largest partnership of 41 before Matt Scott removed McDermott to send the away team into freefall.
From that dismissal Wingham proceeded to lose 8/27 in a sensational team bowling performance.
The six-wicket heroics last week from Korn weren't required as the captain was never sighted with ball in hand.
A total of five Wingham batsman were dismissed for a duck with batsman from six to 11 combining for seven runs.
Scott was one of Rovers best with 3/21 from 5 overs whilst Josh Brenton ripped through the tail with 3/0 from 1.2. Cooper Petterson finished with 2/16 from his 5 overs.