Belvoir is primed to jump back into CAW provincial’s top six after gaining the day one honours against North Albury.
North was dismissed for 161, with Ash Hulme making 40, from 123 balls.
The Eagles are 0-30.
Meanwhile, New City has bounced back to form, posting 260 against Tallangatta.
Sam Stephens claimed 4-73, while Sahib Malhotra snared 3-64.
And Wodonga is in control against East Albury in the other match featuring two finals contenders.
Dom Blampied scored 44 in the Crows’ innings, with Byron Hales continuing his outstanding season with a five-wicket haul.
Wodonga is 1-47.
Elsewhere, Lavington is on the verge of sealing the minor premiership.
Wodonga Raiders were skittled for 98, with Daryl Tuffey (4-16) and Brett Davies (3-16) doing the damage.
The Panthers are 1-152, so an outright is the likely result as Lavington looks to put a gap to second-placed Wodonga.
And Albury made 152 against St Patrick’s, which is 1-4.