SUSSEX Inlet cemented their spot in the second grade top four on Saturday, after easily accounting for Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemens at Hayden Drexel Oval.
The hosts won the toss and elected to bat first - which quickly proved to be a disastrous decision.
Only opener Shane Halliday (30) reached double figures, as Ex-Servos were rolled for just 83 in the 22nd over.
Shane Bate was the pick of the Sussex bowlers with 4/41 from 7.5 overs.
Others to take wickets were Jake Westley (3/7), Troy Gillespie (2/22) and Geoff Benning (1/12).
Sussex's chase proved an easy one, as Paul Kezik smashed 13 boundaries on his way to 63 not out, as Daniel Lea finished with 21 not out - with the visitors reaching the target (0/86) in the 12th over.
This victory moves Sussex to 2-3 on the season and into fourth spot, while Ex-Servos (1-1-3) is now fifth.
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League leaders North Nowra-Cambewarra maintained their unbeaten start to the season, by defeating Bay and Basin at the Bernie Regan Sports Complex.
Behind 37 from James Biggs and 24 from Matt Hickmott, the hosts posted 145 from their 31 overs.
Sharp bowling from Basin's Nathan Thorn (3/23), Liam O'Brien (2/3), Darren O'Keefe (2/23) and Michael Dolby (1/14) kept the visitors in the match.
In reply, the Dolphins started strongly, as openers Michael Burgess (37) and Tom Mason (25), as well as first-drop O'Brien (16), reached double figures.
But after being 3/81, Basin lost their final seven wickets for just 39 runs, to be all out for 120 in the 27th over.
Biggs backed up his strong performance with the bat by taking three wickets - as did Zac Blackwell.
The other four wickets were shared between Tobias Hanger and Marley Arthur.
The final match, at Hanging Rock, saw Batemans Bay move into second of the table, after accounting for Bomaderry.
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After winning the toss, the Tigers decided to bat first.
Behind handy knocks from Harrison Graham (33), Jacob Wright (27), Dan Roth (14) and Anthony Johnston (11), the visitors posted 118 from their 36.2 overs.
Spearhead Justin Rumble led the way for the hosts, taking 4/29 from his 6.2 overs, as Pat Griffin finished with 3/23.
The final three wickets were taken by Stephen Knight (1/13), Daniel Smith (1/13) and Sam Lee (1/28).
After a shaky start to their chase, which saw the Bay fall to be 3/18, knocks from Darcy Knight (37), Lee (30 not out) and Ryan Hall (16) helped the hosts pass the target (5/199) in the 27th over.
Tigers skipper Mathew Bell (2/25) did what he could with the cherry, but he received little support, as only Charles Gardner (1/9) and Johnston (1/24) also took wickets - seeing Bomaderry remain winless.
In round six, the Bay host Ex-Servos at Hanging Rock, Basin entertain Sussex at Sanctuary Point Oval and Norths take on Bomaderry at the Bernie Regan Sports Complex.