RSL Colts have claimed a significant, and sentimental, win over Rugby Cricket Club in the year's annual Danny Bower Cup fixture, taking out a win over their rivals in the yearly meeting between the two cricket clubs that were home to local legend and standout Danny Bower.
While the fixture had sentimental value to both sides, with Bower remembered as a titan by club leaders from both team, the win also has serious implications for the Whitney Cup ladder, with both Colts and Rugby looking to claim a victory that got boost their standing in the competition.
The RSL Colts came away the better for it, taking home the Danny Bower Cup and the lion's share of the points after losing eight wickets en-route to a total of 188, with both Brad Cox and Josh Smith contributing just under 50 runs in their turn with the bat early on.
Elsewhere in Saturday's fixtures, Macquarie reiterated their claim to the top of the ladder after squaring off with the Newtown Tigers and dealing the third ranked Tigers another loss.
Jason Green made the most of his last appearance for a while on Victoria Park's number one oval before the surface is torn apart as part of the ongoing renovation effort, contributing 48 to Macquarie's run chase of 10/186.
Newtown skipper Mat Skinner put in 43 for his side early in the batting order before being caught by Angus Cusack.
Joe Haylock took three wickets en-route to his side's win, while Steve Skinner was back to his usual form with the ball, taking three wickets for 21 runs in the middle of Macquarie's chase.