Osborne resumed the CAW Hume competition by doing what no other side has done this season – beat Holbrook.
The Brookers could only muster 116 batting first, which was reached comfortably by Osborne at the expense of one wicket.
Aftter losing Will Heriot for a duck, Holbrook steadied with Hamish and Andrew Mackinlay combining well to put on 41.
Once Hamish was dismissed, no further partnerships exceeded 32 for the remainder of the innings.
Edward Perryman claimed 4-28 for Osborne, who easily ran the target down.
Luke Richardson finished unbeaten on 67, while Perryman added to his bowling efforts with 24 not out.
“We had a particularly young side, so it was nice for everyone to contribute,” Richardson said.
“The bowlers really set it up for us.
“When you’re only chasing 116, you can really pace your batting innings, so it was nice to spend a bit of time in the middle.”
Walbundrie (2-161) comfortably surpassed Burrumbuttock’s total of 8-151.
A quality knock of 83 from Mark Kreutzberger saw Rand reach 4-246 and see off Walla (125) by 121 runs.
TRYC blasted 6-243 from its 40 overs and restricted Henty to just 159.
Lockhart (9-139) moved closer to the top-six by beating Culcairn (9-122).
The ladder after round 10 is Holbrook 54, Osborne 51, Walbundrie 45, Rand 42, Walla 36, TRYC 18, Culcairn 18, Lockhart 18, Henty 12, Burrumbuttock 6.
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