EAST Albury youngsters Sean McDonald and Willson Mack guided the Crows to an exciting four-wicket win over Albury at Billson Park on Sunday.
Struggling at 6-59 chasing 7-113, McDonald (33 off 22 balls) and Mack (28 off 23 balls) exploded into action to see the visitors home in a thriller.
It has been a nerve-racking weekend for the Crows who edged out Wodonga Raiders on Saturday.
Albury looked set for an upset win after Wagga RSL recruit Jake Hindmarsh went on an early rampage, taking 3-9 off 2.1 overs.
He also dismissed Luke Brunckhorst with a direct hit.
But the tide slowly turned with McDonald and Mack peppering the boundaries late to secure victory.
Will McIntosh (17) steadied the ship in the middle-order.
Lavington’s Dave Tassell starred in the Panthers’ 33-run win over Belvoir at Lavington.
He took 4-6 with only Drew Cameron (48 off 46 balls) providing resistance.
Sam O’Connor (37), Daryl Tuffey (26) and Matt Tom (24) topscored for the home team while Michael Galvin capped off a good weekend by taking three wickets.
Wodonga edged out St Patrick’s by five runs at Les Cheesley Oval.
The Bulldogs struggled with the bat but defended gamely to win their second match in as many days.
Wodonga Raiders broke a drought by defeating New City.