Just like the top grade, second graders throughout the Macleay Valley Cricket Association ended their T/20 rounds on the weekend with a whopping six matches played.
Stuarts Point/Eungai (4/122) chased down Nulla Bucketeers total of 7/118 thanks to excellent bowling from Dylan Young (3/28 off 4 overs) and Zach Martin (1/12 off 4).
Leslie Page's 40 not out was also vital along with captain Jake Jeffery's 24 not out.
Rovers WKH were a two man show in their innings against Nulla Billy Goats with Tim Buckley (77*) and Matt Powick (37*) helping their side reach 4/129 with Nic Hughes securing figures of 2/13 off his 4 overs.
Hughes capped off a great game to hit 48 not out in his sides successful run chase with Luke Dufty (35) also contributing as Nulla reached the score in 15.2 overs.
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South West Rocks Shoey's Bakery put up a competitive total of 5/141 from their 20 overs against Nulla C&G with Craig Monk carrying his bat for 46 with contributions from Graham Hughes (34) and Raymond Fussell (22*).
Tight bowling from the Rocks allowed them to defend their total with Nulla reaching 8/133 from their 20 overs with Jason Norman's 46 runs off 30 balls a real highlight featuring four 4's and three 6's.
Ben Schubert finished with 2/8 off 4.
Stuarts Point/Eungai made it two from two in their match against the Billy Goats, bowling the Nulla side out for 114 in 14.3 overs with Ramanjit Singh (4/14 off 4 overs) the destroyer.
Connor Gainge led from the top with a 27-ball 55 as his side chased the total down in 11.5 overs.
Rovers WKH played one of the tighter matches of the weekend against Nulla C&G, scoring 110 in their innings thanks to 27 runs from Jason McKiernan and 26 not out from Danny Powick.
Joshua Murray ripped through with 3/13 off 4 overs.
Nulla were looking alright at 2/66 but wickets fell consistently from there thanks to Tim Buckley's 4/9 off 4 overs with the side falling three runs short of a win, bowled out in 19 overs.
Rovers HISC came into bat first against SWR after a bye in Round 14.
Kyle Fry (22) and Zac Tyne (25) top scored in their sides total of 106 with Myles Bower (2/4 off 2) and Daniel Tinlin (2/3 off 1.2) the best of the bowlers.
Graham Hughes then picked up from where he finished last game, scoring 64 not out with six 4's and five 6's as SWR chased down the score four wickets down in 17.1 overs.
The Rocks sit in first place with Nulla Billy Goats and Stuarts Point/Eungai in second and third. Stuarts Point/Eungai have now won three games in a row.