ULLADULLA United recorded their first win of the Shoalhaven District Cricket Association fourth grade season on Saturday, defeating Sussex Inlet by one wicket.
At the Milton Showground, Sussex was sent in and made just 47- with Mitchell Ireland top-scoring with 18.
Both Andrew Robertson and Blake Wiseman dominated with the ball, taking 3-6 and 3-7 respectively.
In reply, United struggled just as much with the willow and looked destined to fall short of the target, before a gutsy 10 not out by captain Kane Morgan helped the hosts reach 9-48 in the 29th over.
Martyn Davis (3-7) did all he could for Sussex, who remain winless this season.
Elsewhere, leaders Batemans Bay chalked up win number three for the season, by downing North Nowra-Cambewarra at Ray Aboud Oval.
Batting first, the visitors made 75, on the back of Scott Murray's 16 - as Greg Sweet took 3-12 for the hosts.
In response, Sweet's 21 wasn't enough, as Norths fell two runs short, to be all out for 73 in the 37th over.
Phil Rotherham was the star for the victors, taking 4-13 from his six overs.
Finally, at Lyrebird Park, Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemens took down Berry-Shoalhaven Heads.
Warren Spinks' 55 guided the hosts to 9-218, despite Ted Street 2-27.
Although Street (35) and Matthew Watson (34) got the Magpies off to a strong start, the rest of the line-up collapsed, to be all out for 142 in the 33rd over.
Lachlan Davis was the standout for Ex-Servos with 3-39.
Next week in round five, Sussex play Batemans Bay, United host Ex-Servos and Berry take on Norths.