AN all-round performance by Berry-Shoalhaven Heads has helped them cruise to victory against Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemens.
After being sent in at Lyrebird Park, the Magpies posted 8/194 from their 40 overs, paced by Aaron Coutts-Smith (42), Brad Page (30) and Michael Troy (27).
Joey Ellery took three wickets for Ex-Servos.
In reply, the hosts were all out for 105 in the 28th over, thanks to Alec Dobson (3/13), Troy (3/21), Page (2/12) and Lachlan Duggan (2/45).
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At the Thompson Street Sporting Complex, Sussex Inlet held on to defeat Ulladulla United.
Sussex won the toss and elected to bat first, posting 9/233 off their 40 overs, with Jason Hornitzky (57) and Deklin Matson (39) top-scoring.
The only two multiple wicket-takers for the hosts were Jamie Jones (3/17) and Caleb Murray (2/39).
In response, despite a solid start by openers Maxwell Eggins (66) and Murray (53), United fell 37 runs short of victory (5/196).
Hornitzky backed up with performance with the willow by taking 3/39.
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The final game, at Hanging Rock, saw North Nowra-Cambewarra oust Batemans Bay.
The hosts chose to bat first, reaching 109 from their 32.1 overs - with Lachlan Malcolm (22) shining.
Graham Lowbridge took 3/15 for Norths, as Hayden Batson (2/4) and David Howard-Arcus (2/24) also took multiple wickets.
Norths made light work of the chase, reaching 3/111 after 24.3 overs, thanks to 56 not out from Riley Sims.
Mark Templeman (1/25) and Josh Vanzetti (1/27) were the hosts' wicket-takers.
Bomaderry had the bye in round four.