An unbeaten 94 from Adrian Mielke has powered Orange City to a second-last over win in second grade to start Jamie Stedman's fifth decade on the pitch in style.
Wickets in hand weren't a problem for the Warriors, who were able to chase down Orange CYMS' 6-230 with six wickets in hand.
Mielke came to the crease with the score at 1-11 in his side's chase and was still there when the final runs were hit, with his tally left just short of a century.
Stedman was dismissed shortly after Mielke, and Shaun Churchill not long after that on 30, but a 115-run stand between the number three and Troy O'Keefe (51) formed the backbone of City's chase.
CYMS were left on the ropes early after Andrew Rutledge (2-50) and Glen Robinson (1-37) had the side reeling at 3-9 before skipper Andrew Henry and Ed Johnson came together to steady the ship.
A run out to Johnson brought Henry's Orange Tigers teammate Joel Crosswell (50) to the crease as the pair combined for a 61-run stand, with Henry being run out towards the end of the innings for 85.
Rohan Bouffler made a quickfire 57 not out at the back of the innings, with Ben Chiarella - who came in at number seven, ahead of Bouffler and finished unbeaten on six - rotated the strike as the all-rounder went to work, but the total proved to be not enough for the Mielke-led Warriors.
The result leaves three sides deadlocked in second place, with Kinross suffering a loss to ladder-leading Cavaliers by seven wickets.
Cavaliers needed less than 30 overs to to chase down Kinross' 8-167.
Third grade, now having split into two pools as the competition enters a Twenty20 format, saw Gladstone whack 5-199 from 20 overs, which a valiant Orange City couldn't chase down.
Gavin Smith channelled his inner Marcus Stoinis to whack 103 not out including five sixes and 13 fours.
A hard-fought 40 from Pavel Melnichuk at the top of the order wasn't enough as the side finished their 20 overs at 7-162.
Meanwhile in the other Pool A game Damien Caughlan and Nat Gander's quickfire 48 and 47 respectively put Centrals' target of 6-184 out of reach of CYMS Bourkes.
Abhilash Kaithamangalathu took three wickets and hit 54 in a rearguard effort for CYMS, but it didn't prove enough as they were all-out for 172 in the final over.
Meanwhile, Spring Hill racked up a 10-wicket win and five wicket win over Central White and CYMS Kellys respectively, with the sides each playing two games on Saturday.
Kellys had proven too strong for Cavaliers earlier in the day, but Cavs bounded back against Centrals White.
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