A dominant double century by Dylan O’Malley got Peninsula OB the win on Saturday,
O’Malley was untouchable, carrying his bat through the innings and finishing the day at 215 not out. The massive total moved him up to fourth on the list of run scorers across the division this season.
His Old Boys side were chasing 212 to win against Flinders. They ended up making 4/270.
The top of the table clash between Sorrento and Mt Eliza ended up being a one sided affair, with Sorrento succumbing to a tough defeat.
The top of the ladder Sharks had a shocking day, not getting anywhere near their target of 171. They were bowled out for a paltry total of 76.
Tom Baron was excellent for Mt Eliza on day two, bowling 15 maidens from his 31 overs. He finished with figures of 5/27.
At Lloyd Park, Langwarrin managed to grab a narrow 30 run win over Baxter.
Langwarrin made 180 on day one. Baxter’s run chase got off to a nightmare start, and at 4/10 they had a lot of work to do.
Their middle order got things back on track but the damage had been done. Baxter ended up all out for 151.
At Alexandra Park, Baden Powell defended their total of 326 with ease.
Mornington made 156 before being sent packing. Thomas Panich worked hard for them, putting 86 runs on the board.