CAVALIERS, inspired by Will Currall, bounced back from last weekend’s Orange District Cricket Association second-third grade loss to Gladstone with a thumping 66-run win over CYMS on Saturday.
Currall guided his team to 7-173, from 40 overs, with a hard-hitting 68.
He then back up his effort with ball in hand, snaring 3-22 off eight overs to help roll CYMS for just 107 with 10 overs to spare.
Gerard Hannelly top scored for CYMS with 39, while Hamish Cranney was the green and gold’s best with the ball, taking 3-25 off seven.
Paul Flitcroft continued his good run of form with the ball for City Warriors, taking 3-6 to help restrict Kinross to 8-110.
Ryan Milham, Jason Beasley and Harry Edwards also took one scalp apiece, while Shaun Labuschagne (25) and Fletcher Rose (28) were the only Kinross batsmen to pass 20.
In reply, Chris Warren (30 not out) guided City Warriors to its third win on the trot, with six wickets to spare.
Wanderers remain unbeaten after Nathan (34 not out) and Kurt Gander (30 not out) led their team to an easy nine-wicket win over Centrals.
After winning the toss and batting, the red and blacks were rolled for just 72, in the 20th over.
Mark Hayman top scored with 37 not out, while the Wanderers bowlers shared the scalps around.
In the other combined second and third grade games, Orange City lost its second consecutive game to Gladstone, while Wanderers Force cruised to victory over Waratahs, by eight wickets.
In Centenary Cup, Pete Shea (87 not out) led Orange City to a four-wicket victory in its first Twenty20 game, chasing down CYMS’ 6-120 in just 17 overs.
CYMS scored a three-wicket win over Waratahs in the other Centenary Cup T20 match.