BROCKLESBY-Burrumbuttock started life as a merged club with a nine-wicket demolition of Culcairn at Culcairn on Saturday.
With skipper Trent I'Anson leading the way with four wickets, the Lions were bundled out for 31 in 15.5 overs.
Opener Dave Williams hit a quickfire 23 not out as the Saints reeled in the target in just six overs by 3pm.
"It was a terrific way to get the ball rolling as a new club," I'Anson said.
"Everyone bowled well."
Walla regained the Courage Cup with a 111-run win over Walbundrie.
Chris Hutchinson and Tom Simmons set up the victory with a 127-run third wicket partnership with the pair making 70 and 69 respectively in a score of 6-217.
While opener Jarrod Millar made 41 in the chase, Walbundrie were never in the contest with Michael Linklater grabbing 6-24.
The Rock-Yerong Creek caused the surprise of the opening round by upsetting reigning premier Rand by six wickets.
Chasing 152 for victory, Todd Hannam took it upon himself to lead the way with the long-time skipper making 78.
AFL players Harry Perryman and Matt Kennedy starred in Osborne's 50-run victory over a depleted Holbrook.
Perryman topscored with 66 while Kennedy lent good support with 39.
Henty's Grant Gardiner made 94 not out as the Swampies chased down Lockhart's score of 250 with one over to spare.