No wonder Mitch Lauritzen is smiling.
He's the leading bowler in the Hume competition and is sitting top of the ladder as part of the best Walla side he can remember playing in.
Lauritzen, 23, stunned Henty last weekend with a brilliant spell which saw him claim 4-5 from 4.3 overs, helping Walla skittle the visitors out for a paltry 45.
They won the game by 73 runs although Lauritzen was quick to play down his starring role.
"It was a pretty good game all round," he said.
"The boys were pretty good and I didn't do much, to be honest.
"My run-up felt good but other than that, I was pretty much just going through the motions and it paid off.
"I haven't done that much at all (get figures like that).
"It's a good feeling and you can certainly sleep well at the end of the day."
Lauritzen's figures for the season are 6-10, with an average of 1.67 and economy rate of just 1.18 and that's gone a long way to Walla's good start.
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With two wins and a draw so far, they're one of three sides sitting on 21 points although something has to give this weekend.
Walla faces a trip to second-placed The Rock-Yerong Creek on Saturday and Lauritzen is backing them to get the job done again.
"It's one of the best sides I've seen at Walla for a very long time," he said.
"I've played seniors since I was 15 and the boys are all getting more mature."
Rand, the other unbeaten side, hosts Osborne, in fourth and Culcairn takes on Lockhart while winless Henty and Holbrook go head-to-head.
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