Walbundrie banked their first win of the Hume cricket season downing Brock-Burrum in Brocklesby on Saturday.
Alex McMaster and Damian Wardius helped the visitors crusade with the bat, with McMaster finishing the day on 60 not out and Wardius likewise on 27.
Brock-Burrum were all out for 126 with Walbundrie's Jake Thomas snagging three wickets, while the victors had just three out for 133.
Walbundrie president Mason Collins said it was pleasing to see his side bounce back after a tough first round encounter against Walla.
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"It's good to be back on the winners list after a slow start last week," Collins said.
"Early wins are really crucial.
"If we can get as many early wins as we can it will really help us later in the year when we get a full side together."
Joshua Koschitzke was solid with both bat and ball for Brock-Burrum, racking up 41 runs and taking two wickets in the clash.
In other Hume cricket matches on the weekend, Rand got the points over Holbrook at Holbrook Recreation Reserve.
Bradley I'Anson made 40 runs for the victors, while Jamie McCarthy and Daniel McCarthy both posted 34 runs each for Holbrook.
Culcairn were too strong for Lockhart finishing with 10 out for 162, while Henty upstaged The Rock Yerong Creek.
And in the final match of the weekend, early ladder leaders Osborne were too good for Walla Walla at the Walla Football Ground.