Yackandandah has a top three finish in its sights after Saturday’s stunning win over Corowa.
The premiers were skittled for just 89 after the match was reduced to 32 overs due to rain.
“The wicket got a little bit wet the first time it rained, but it was fine,” acting captain Bailey Glass said of the home clash.
The visitors sent Yackandandah in, but opening batsmen Cooper Garoni and Brenton Low fired with an 87-run stand.
Garoni was unbeaten on 67, while Low nabbed 42.
Corowa’s Kodee Lowe (32) was the only player to pass 20.
“Our fielding and bowling was exceptional, we took five catches you would not expect to take,” Glass said.
“Mick Walker’s was the best one, he ran about 50m on the boundary and took it with a full stretch dive, it was unreal.”
Yackandandah is fourth and will be hoping to reel in Corowa in the final three rounds.
Meanwhile, ladder leaders Baranduda blasted Eskdale, which posted only 138.
Openers Luke Bartley (57 not out) and Alec Mouncey (45) guaranteed the win.
Dederang jumped into the top six after toppling Mount Beauty.
The home outfit scored 7-123 as the Demons passed the total seven wickets down.
Elsewhere, Barnawartha-Chiltern slipped out of the six after falling to Kiewa and Howlong’s Caleb Hobbs hit his first century in the 143-run hiding over Bethanga.
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