GCA - Tatyoon has jumped into second spot on the Grampians Cricket Association A grade ladder following a decisive outright win over Youth Club at the weekend.
Resuming at 5/85, Tatyoon reached the total of 113 set by the Clubbers on the opening day with ease to secure first innings points.
Tim McDougall and Andrew Maconachie made a 64 run stand before McDougall fell victim to Cam Kimber on 31.
Kimber then led a mini revival for the visitors, claiming three of the final four wickets including Maconachie on 36.
The talented Youth Club bowler finished with 5/39, while Marcus Marrow chipped in removing Damian Cameron to end Tatyoon's innings on 150.
Youth Club's batting woes continued in the second innings and it could have been forgiven for feeling a sense of deja vu.
Tatyoon's Tim McDougall caused major headaches for the Clubbers early on the first day and was again right in the thick of the action.
McDougall removed Steve Le Gassick for no runs and then Matt Delzotto (2), Tim Seymour (12) and Zac Marow (15) fell victim to the paceman, who claimed yet another four wicket haul to finish with 4/19 off 12 overs.
Youth Club's afternoon didn't get any better with Phil Hall and Charlie Myles-Davison both run out while Julian Sambell picked up where McDougall left off, taking 4/29 as the Clubbers were bundled out for a paltry 74.
Tatyoon did bat again to make the runs required to ensure outright points and finished the day on 2/38.
Meanwhile, Swifts/Great Western is back on track after recording a first innings victory against Buangor.
Buangor faced the daunting task of chasing the 256 run target set by the Combine on day one.
Buangor got off to a slow start with Tyson Carr falling to Jackson Dark for 10 runs before Shaun Allen and Harry Ganley stepped up to the plate.
Allen managed to reach his half century, however was forced to retire on 58 runs and Ganley made 37 before being caught out.
Jack Fraser failed to add any runs and from there Buangor suffered a batting collapse, with the Combine bundling the home side out for 183.
Jackson Dark was best of the Combine bowlers, taking 3/28 while Jamie Bach picked up two wickets for the afternoon.
Pomonal is still languishing on the bottom of the A grade cricket ladder following a first innings defeat at the hands of St Andrews.
Pomonal was looking good last week and resumed at 1/99 in reply to the Saints first innings offering of 211.
However, the Tigers batting curse struck again.
David Robinson added just nine runs to his previous week's score of 30 while Nick Maddison managed to notch up his half century but didn't last much longer, becoming Jacob Bates' first of four victims.
Bates ripped through the Pomonal middle order to finish with a sensational 4/8 and the home side conceded defeat, finishing the innings on 190.
The Saints took to the crease again and with Corey Bell (28) and Brady Miller (26), reached 8/124.
Matthew Grinham led the Pomonal bowling attack, returning 3/29.