The South Dubbo derby delivered in the RSL-Kelly Cup on Saturday.
Souths Lemons edged out Souths Limes, winning by two wickets with just more than two overs left in a match which was high on entertainment and also dropped catches.
Limes made 9/185 batting first with Mick Fraser (40) leading the way. Andrew Cusack and Jeff Shanks both took three wickets for Lemons, who rallied from 2/36 to score victory.
Justin Knudsen (45) and John Byrne (37 not out) starred in the chase.
Alex Sambrook took 5/20 from seven for Newtown Gold in Saturday's tight win over CYMS Green.
Sambrook helped knock over CYMS for 153 and then his side reached the target with two wickets in hand.
RSL-Colts Pramount proved too strong for RSL-Colts United in the round's other derby.
Sam Bass (34) helped Paramount post 161 and then Pete Bass took 3/11 as United was dismissed for just 93.
Bailey Collins (30 not out and 1/22 off eight) was also a standout for Paramount.
RSL-Colts Coolbaggie downed CYMS White in an enthralling game at John McGrath 3.
Kane Olney (44) led Coolbaggie to 9/219 and while Pete Hyde made 56 and Jodan Porter scored 44 in the chase, CYMS White finished just short at 9/216.
Thomas Shields and Caitlin Keen took two wickets each for Coolbaggie.
The final match of the round saw Rugby down Newtown Black.
Dale Watmore (35) and Trevor O'Mally (33) were the only ones to make double figures as Rugby posted 117 batting first.
Riley Chaseling then snared an impressive 4/9 from 4.1 overs as Newtown Black was knocked over for 72.
In the RSL-Pinnington Cup second grade competition, Rajat Rai belted 115 as South Dubbo downed RSL-Colts.
Rai led the Hornets to an imposing 3/242 and while Colts gave it a shake they fell short at 212, as Saad Khan led the way with the ball (4/42).
CYMS scored its first win of the season on Saturday when downing Macquarie by 14 runs.
Four CYMS batsmen passed 20 in the total of 7/143 and then Sam Knaggs (3/20) and Damien Smith (3/28) helped knock over Macquarie for 129.
Jack Fuller was a standout in a beaten team, making 63.
Rugby kept hold of top spot on the ladder after a Matt Naden-inspired win.
Naden (4/22) knocked over Newtown's top order and helped dismiss the Tigers for 160.
He then finished 22 not out as his side won by three wickets.
Max Rumble (37 not out) top-scored in the chase after Adlai Shipp (4/25) had given Newtown a shot.