Dan Miller, take a bow.
The Tatura bowler could not have been any more dominant with the ball, earning a double hat-trick at Vibert Reserve.
With his side going up against Karramomus in Cricket Shepparton C-grade, Miller clocked up the wickets as his side recorded a magnificent victory.
Miller began by collecting Andrew Shields, Cooper Delahey, Vinoth Kumar and Inder Singh in four consecutive balls to the delight of his teammates.
Not only did Tatura players celebrate Miller’s remarkable feat, but also his demolition of the Bloods’ top order with Tatura looking to defend 282.
Karramomus never neared the total as Miller struck again.
Miller removed Gurwinder Singh and Anthony Kerr to completed his six-pack of wickets.
Miller’s final figures were 6-21 off 11 overs as he reflected Tatura’s positive start with the bat.
Graham Ballis scored 81 and David Miller piled on 71 at the top of the order in a one-sided victory.
The victory has kept Tatura within range of a finals appearance as it trails sixth-placed Old Students by a win.
The Students were unable to extend their buffer in the top six as they had the fixtured bye, while top side Pine Lodge continued its march towards finals.
The Lodgers kept Mooroopna to just 121 with batsmen unable to figure out the best way to play Devinder Singh.
Singh’s 4-14 had him star in the attack, but another teammate took the limelight in the second innings.
Jarryd Cutler raised his bat in acknowledgement of a fine century, the first in his Cricket Shepparton career.
Cutler smashed 12 fours and two sixes on his way to the milestone as the Lodgers reached 8-302.
Hayden Cann was also superb with the bat, playing some brilliant strokes on the way to 84, while Seamus Kearney and Mathew Walker each chimed in with 33.
Nick Dowell was responsible for Euroa posting a competitive total, scoring 66 late in the innings.
Setting Murchison 185 for the win a well-rounded bowling effort, that included two wickets to Dowell, had Euroa walk away with a 75-run victory.
Cameron McGregor is dominating the competition, storming to 183 runs for Central Park-St Brendan’s against Dookie.
McGregor scored more than the culmination of Dookie’s entire team, which registered 126 runs in the chase of 412.