Katandra’s score of 6-211 was too strong for Shepparton United, winning by 69 runs.
Brady Black (85) and Mitchell Black (55) were the stars with the bat, before Jaidyn Thorne ripped through United (8-142) with 4-25.
●Peter Watt turned back the clock for Tatura, smashing a brilliant 131 in his side’s win against Old Students.
Watt’s century was the hallmark of Tatura’s 6-228 batting first, while Heath Fidock chipped in with 33.
Waqar Ali made 32 for the Students, but Terry Olney (3-19) did the damage early for Tatura with the ball.
●Central Park-St Brendan’s were too strong for Mooroopna, winning by 85 runs.
Andrew Lloyd smashed 87 at No.3, while Xavier Chalkley hit 57 in the Tigers’ total of 9-206 and Jeff Vandermeer picked up three wickets for the Cats.
Mooroopna’s chase started in steady enough fashion, with Michael Van Dorsser (26), Clint Thomas (26) and Hayden Smith (21) getting going before the Cats collapsed to be all-out for 121.
Aidan Lloyd was tremendous with 3-33 from eight overs.
●Northerners got the job done against Karramomus in quick time, bringing up a five-wicket victory in the 24th over.
Tim Brett (65 not out) and Sam Dawes (37) were outstanding for the Jets, while Wil Norman took 3-25 for the Bloods.
Taylor Dunning (42) led the way for the Bloods, while Dawes completed a top game with three wickets.
●Undera had a seven-wicket win against Numurkah, with Glenn Campbell (82 not out) and Paul Wickham (56) in terrific touch.
The Blues got to 4-166 with Tyson Woods (37) top scoring before Undera responded with 3-169.
●In the final game, Kyabram won a thriller against Euroa in the final over by two wickets.
Brad Gleeson (67) starred for the Magpies as they made 194 batting first, with Nicholas Chambers claiming three wickets for the Redbacks.
Kyabram had solid contributions from most players in its chase of 8-195, with Jayden Fitzgerald (38) top scoring.