RSL-Colts United may be out of the RSL-Kelly Cup finals race but the side still had reason to cheer when denting the hopes of the South Dubbo Limes on Saturday.
United only had four wins to its name heading into Saturday's game at Lady Cutler South C but Chris Semmler's century guided the side to a strong win over Limes.
Semmler made 105 and dominated his side's total of 186.
Limes made 124 in reply with Jack Kempston (31) top-scoring before Nick Crawford claimed a hat-trick in his one over to finish the game.
Newtown White held off CYMS White in a tight, high-scoring contest and potential semi-finals match-up.
Angus Lennon made 81 for Newtown White in his side's total of 233 while Shawn Townsend took 3/42 for CYMS.
Daniel Smith (60) and Gavin Weekes (42) gave CYMS White a real chance in the chase but Tom Skinner's 4/31 helped his side hang on and score a 10-run win.
Strong efforts from Dale Smith and Ryan Maxwell helped Rugby Red down RSL-Colts Coolbaggie on Saturday.
Smith first took 3/16 to help dismiss restrict Coolbaggies to 9/186, with Ryan Davies' 53 giving the Colts side a chance.
But Smith made 60 at the top of the order in the chase and combined with Maxwell (52) to get the Rugby side home with two wickets in hand.
Ruper Backus kept Coolbaggie in the contest when taking 4/17.
Chris Lenord's five-wicket spell set up a comfortable win for Newtown Gold.
Lenord took 5/12 from eight overs as Gold rolled South Dubbo Lemons for a paltry 69.
Trent Jacobsen (25 not out) and Greg Masonwells (21 not out) cruised to the target.
Rugby Blue scored just its second win since the middle of January on Saturday, knocking over CYMS Green.
A handy bowling performance, led by Trevor O'Mally (4/38), saw CYMS Green restricted to 9/129.
O'Mally was also strong with the bat and top-scored with 34 at the top of the order as his side reached the targets with five wickets in hand.
Ben Dunlop had a strong all-round game as RSL-Colts Paramount proved too strong for Macquarie.
After Dunlop's side won the toss and opted to bat Paramount was soon in all sorts of trouble at /50.
But Dunlop combined with Colts veteran Mick Davis to dig their side out of trouble.
Dunlop made 51 while Davis amassed 75 in his side's total of 187.
Matthew Lambert (3/39) got things going early with the new ball when Paramount went into the field and then Dunlop knocked over the Blues' tail to seal victory.
Dunlop took 3/12 as Macquarie was dismissed for 132.
The ladder-leading Newtown Black had the bye.
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