Belvoir kept its outside chances of playing finals alive with a comprehensive five-wicket win against Wodonga Raiders at Willow Park on Saturday.
A classy knock of 75 from 80 balls from youngster Angus Sinclair was the key as the Eagles passed Raiders' total of 137 five wickets down in the 29th over.
The win moves Belvoir two wins behind sixth-placed Tallangatta, who they face next weekend, with three rounds to play.
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"He's a young fella in our side and he backed himself, which was really good for us because we were in a spot of bother for a little bit," Belvoir captain Nat Sariman said.
"He batted us out of a hole and was probably the difference in the game to be fair."
Both sides were awarded three points while the remaining matches in the round were completed.