Broadford v Nagambie
Nagambie broke through for its first win this season when it overcame second-placed Broadford.
In a low-scoring match, Broadford managed to make 47, despite being all out in the 28th over.
A tight 4-8 from Jarryd Shepherd included six maidens in his nine overs to help Nagambie restrict Broadford’s total.
He was well supported by Josh Sanderson who chimed in with a season best 3-14.
There wasn’t much to like about Broadford’s batting display, with Braden Hickey the only player to reach double figures.
While Nagambie lost six wickets in the chase, it reached the total in 23 overs.
The only shining light for Broadford was a season best 3-14 from Cameron Berry in his nine overs.
Avenel v Tallarook
A 79-run partnership between Kalon Winnell and Jac Smith-Williams guided Tallarook to a score of 4-166.
Winnell was then supported by man-of-the-match Leigh Irving, who scored 32 not out in a partnership of 60.
Irving turned his good play into his bowling, where he bowled a scintillating 4-16 off seven overs.
Avenel could not stop the likes of Irving and fellow bowler Will Dundon, who bowled 5-26.
Avenel was all bowled out for 140, with Tallarook claiming victory by 26 runs.
Kilmore v Yea Tigers
The game between Kilmore and Yea Tigers was close, but Yea was too strong, winning by two wickets.
Kilmore finished at 6-109, with Matt Rose the top scorer with 37 not out.
While the bowling of both teams was tight, the Tigers got the chocolates in the 43rd over.