THE two-day match between North Nowra-Cambewarra and Bomaderry is delicately poised after Saturday's action at South Nowra Oval.
Norths won the toss and elected to bat - posting 133 from their 37 overs.
Riley Sims (34) top-scored during the innings, with Jason Webber (31) and Alex Parsons (21) also producing handy knocks.
With the cherry, Garry Downey (3/34), Mitchell Downey (2/22) and Andrew Jarman (2/41) all took multiple wickets for the Tigers.
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When day two resumes, Bomaderry will start at 5/97, with Mitchell Graham (29 not out) and Mark Graham (nine not out) at the crease.
At Surfside Oval, Batemans Bay chose to bat first against Ulladulla United and made 172 from their 48.3 overs - thanks to Joshua Vanzetti (45 not out) and Jason Doherty (40).
United's Jamie Jones (4/34) and Dean Jones (3/15) both starred with the ball.
In reply, United finished day one at 5/98, on the back of 34 not out from Joey Lavalle - with Mark Reidy and Jed Salmon taking 2/13 and 2/17 respectively for the hosts.
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At Lyrebird Park, Sussex Inlet are on top in their match against Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemens.
The visitors won the toss and elected to bat first - proving to be the right decision.
A blazing 122 from Deklin Matson, a knock which included 16 boundaries and one six, laid the platform for his side to post 9/260 declared, from their 75 overs.
Glenn Hayek (60) also batted strongly, as Don Tharaka, Adam Moore and Tor Janes all claimed two wickets for Ex-Servos.