After a slight hiccup in the first round back from the Christmas break, both Macquarie and CYMS returned to the winners' circle on Saturday.
Jason Green tore the South Dubbo bowling attack apart during Macquarie's win while CYMS overcome a slow start with the willow to score a relatively comfortable win at NO. 2 Oval.
The midweek rain made batting on every deck tricky but Souths ground it out against the Blues.
Wickets fell at regular intervals but Angus Norton dug in and his half century ensured the Hornets finished at 8/150.
Angus Cusack proved to be the biggest threat with the ball for Macquarie, finishing with a very tidy 3/18 from his eight overs while Ricky Medway picked up the wicket of Norton on his way to taking 3/41.
Macquarie was never in any real trouble in the chase as Green piled on the runs early.
Green dominated a 116-run opening stand with Ricky Medway and was the first to fall for a rapid 86 from 63 balls. It was a knock which included seven fours and five sixes.
There was a brief collapse after that but the Blues still won by six wickets with more than 16 overs to spare.
At No. 2 Oval, CYMS was just 1/48 at the halfway point when batting first but Lachlan Strachan and Thomas Nelson upped the run-rate in the second 20 to send the Cougars on the way.
Both made half centuries, Strachan finishing with 54 while Nelson made 51, as CYMS finished at 6/170.
Rugby was never allowed to get going in the chase, as two wickets in consecutive balls for Ben O'Donnell in just the second over gave his side all the momentum.
Jacob Hill showed fight and made 37 but he never received any support.
The skipper was the eighth man to fall and the end came soon after that, with the bulk of the damage with the ball done by leading wicket-taker Bailey Edmunds (4/27) and off-spinner Brock Larance (3/45).
All sides enjoy a general bye next weekend because of Australia Day.
CYMS will return to take on Souths while Macquarie meets Newtown and Rugby does battle with RSL-Colts.