A century from Josh McKinnon guided Katandra to a six-wicket victory over Tatura in the Clyde Young Shield.
Chasing 200, McKinnon (102) combined with youngster Lachlan Ash (56 not out) for a 161-run partnership to see the Eagles to 4-214.
Jarred Panther worked tirelessly, taking 3-34 from his 13 overs.
Ladder leader Undera pulled off a remarkable reverse outright win against Karramomus as wickets again tumbled.
The Bloods wrapped up first innings points after taking the four remaining wickets required to roll the Lions for 92 as Jono Mandaradoni and John Ferguson took three wickets each.
But Karramomus’ second innings was a disaster, with Glenn Campbell (4-14) and Bayden Bailey (3-5) running riot for Undera to roll the Bloods for 49 in only 29 overs.
Satwinder Singh toiled hard with 3-29, but it was not enough as the Lions got to 4-73 to claim the outright result.
The game between Old Students and Shepparton United petered out, with the Students having already won on first innings last week.
Rocky Gagliardi top scored with 87 as the Students were all-out for 203 before young gun Connor Hangan took 3-7 to leave United at 4-33 from 17 overs as the game finished up.
Adam Pye’s five wickets were the catalyst behind Central Park-St Brendan’s win against Mooroopna.
The Cats resumed at 5-46 chasing 93, but were skittled for 63 in the 50th over with only Paul McDonald (22) and Taylor Hall (12) the only players to reach double figures.
The Tigers batted again, collapsing to 6-27 from 21 overs with Stuart Payne producing a devastating spell of 3-6.
Euroa ran through Numurkah twice on Saturday for a dominant outright victory.
The Blues were 1-7 going into day two in reply to the Magpies’ 9-202, but things did not go to plan.
No batsmen reached double figures as extra top scored with 16 in the first innings total of 45, with Will Murray and Lucas Paul doing the damage with three wickets each.
Things were slightly better in the second dig for Numurkah, making 62, while James Lloyd captured three wickets for the Magpies.
Northerners pulled off a morale-boosting win by defeating Kyabram, rolling the Redbacks for 115 in reply to the first innings total of 181.
Brett Sheriff claimed four wickets for the Jets, taking his tally in B-grade to 22 at an average of 8.3 from four games.