St Patrick's captain Matt Crawshaw snapped a three-year century drought in the seven-wicket win over Tallangatta.
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Crawshaw hit an unbeaten 103 as the visitors chased down the Bushies' 7-195 to celebrate popular stalwart Luke Restall's 150th game in style.
"Last time (I scored a century) was on my 21st and I'm almost 24, so it's been a while," he said.
Meanwhile, East Albury put a controversial week behind it to post a 22-run win over Albury.
The Crows were stripped of their points against Tallangatta over a fielding breach, although they are appealing.
And Wodonga toppled Raiders.