The CYMS derby on Saturday was meant to be one of the highlights of the RSL-Kelly Cup season, as the White and Green sides did battle in a winner takes all final round fixture.
But Bhupinder Singh ensured the match was all over quickly.
CYMS White's Singh tore through the Green lineup, bagging a stunning 6/18 to ensure his side booked a finals spot at its clubmates' expense.
With a finals spot on the line, Singh incredibly took the first six wickets of the game as CYMS Green was rolled for just 60.
Fletcher Hyde (3/18) also chipped in during the dominant effort in the field.
The run was relatively straightforward, despite the three-wicket effort of Nick McGirr, as White won by seven wickets with 17 overs to spare.
Amazingly, CYMS White finished in a three-way tie for the minor premiership with Rugby and Newtown Demons but fell to third on net run-rate.
In the minor semi-final, CYMS White will meet a Souths Lemons side which slipped from top spot after a final round loss to RSL-Colts Coolbaggie.
Richie Deebank and Ryan Davies starred in the win, Deebank making 56 in Coolbaggies' total of 9/144 before Davies took a crucial 5/23 from 7.5 overs in a narrow five-run win.
John Byrne (71) was valiant in the defeat.
Newtown Demons had the bye in the final round but still claimed the minor premiership, despite the best efforts of Rugby.
Rugby just missed out on top spot after a tight win over Newtown Black.
Riley Chaseling and Trevor O'Mally claimed four wickets each as Newtown Black was knocked over for 128 but the chase was far from simple.
Rugby won with just one ball to spare, with the cool head of veteran Wayne Munro (49 not out) proving the difference.
Mick Fraser took six wickets for Souths Limes on Saturday but it wasn't enough as RSL-Colts United finished its season with a win.
Fraser took 6/27 but Luke Holcombe (33) helped United to 173.
Nick Crawford then took 4/28 as Limes were knocked over for just 93.
The final match of the round saw Newtown Gold crush Macquarie.
Daniel Battishal (38) and Troy Heterick (34) helped Gold to 2016 and Macquarie was rolled for just 60.
MacKinley Shipp took 3/11 in the win while Dave Murray (16) was the lone Blues batsman to make double figures.
NEWTOWN DEMONS (1) v RUGBY (2)
CYMS WHITE (3) v SOUTHS LEMONS (4)