Tallangatta has lost top spot to Wodonga in CAW, after falling to North Albury.

LASHING OUT: Belvoir coach Josh Warren hits out in his team's two-wicket loss to Lavington. Warren scored 28 runs. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE

LASHING OUT: Belvoir coach Josh Warren hits out in his team's two-wicket loss to Lavington. Warren scored 28 runs. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE

TOP CLASS: Belvoir captain Drew Cameron hit another half-century in his team's loss to Lavington. Cameron has passed 50 four times this season.

TOP CLASS: Belvoir captain Drew Cameron hit another half-century in his team's loss to Lavington. Cameron has passed 50 four times this season.

Tallangatta has lost top spot, falling to North Albury.

COVER DRIVE: Josh Warren plays a superb shot against Lavington's spin bowling. Belvoir has now lost both times to Lavington this season.

COVER DRIVE: Josh Warren plays a superb shot against Lavington's spin bowling. Belvoir has now lost both times to Lavington this season.

North opener Ash Borella blazed an unbeaten century as the visitors posted an eight-wicket win.

“With ‘Faz’ (David Farrell) and myself opening, we didn’t really attack from the start, but if it was there, we went after it,” Borella said.

The Bushies were missing star all-rounders Matt Armstrong and Dilhara Lokuhettige, and North swooped, leaving the home team teetering at 5-17.

Brett Allan and Sam Stephens made half-centuries, but Borella’s 13 boundaries and two 6s proved the difference.

Meanwhile, St Patrick’s run of close losses continued against East Albury.

The Patties’ Luke Restall and Nick Flood posted 72 and 55 respectively, but opener Kris Milosta’s 58 torpedoed the visitors’ hopes.

Elsewhere, Albury hammered New City, Scottish international Chris Sole blasting 74, Dapinder Singh with 6-35.

And Wodonga is now the competition leader after belting Wodonga Raiders.

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