South Dubbo Limes moved into the RSL-Kelly Cup's top two on Saturday after defeating Macquarie.
It wasn't always easy but Limes' lower order chipped in after Mark O'Donnell had made 45 at the top of the order.
Peter Corcoran (39) and Shubham Kalaramana (21) helped Limes to 162 and that was enough as the Blues were bowled out for 102.
Josh Callaghan (3/26) was the pick of the bowlers in the win.
The South Dubbo Lemons also won to remain in fourth spot.
The experienced duo of Toby Morgan (4/7) and Jeff Shanks (3/4) helped knock Colts over for just 91 and then John Byrne (38 retired) guided his side to a convincing eight-wicket win.
The Newtown Demons remain in top spot after they defeated Rugby relatively comfortably on Saturday.
Campbell Stewart made 40 for Rugby but Nick Williams (3/17) and Warren Dodd (2/9) helped keep the score to just 124.
The Demons went on to win by seven wickets as Nathan Carroll (57) hit his side to victory.
The other match of the round resulted in Newtown Rhinos defeating an under strength CYMS Green.
The consistent Rhinos attack knocked over the Cougars for 132 and then, after some brief wobbles early in the innings, Sanu Joy (42 not out) and Siju Sivai Pillai (28) hit the Newtown side to a four-wicket win.
Darryl Thompson (3/33 and 27) was the best in a beaten CYMS side.
Newtown Tigers had the first bye of the season following the withdrawal of CYMS White due to a lack of players.
The best match of the weekend came in the RSL-Pinnington Cup second grade competition as Macquarie defeated South Dubbo United by just one run.
In a gripping contest, Macquarie posted 9/152 from its 40 overs and then Charlie Holman claimed the final United wicket when just one run but more than four overs was remaining.
Earlier, Jack Fuller had put Macquarie on top when he made 70 but Dave Murray (31) was the only other batsman to produce a meaningful score against a United attack led by the impressive Jerose Joseph (3/9 off seven).
Chad O'Brien, Jack Cuthill, and Jack Richardson all then took two wickets in the chase but Holman knocked over Yogi Chawla (21) to seal victory.
Newtown ensured it stayed in touch with the top three when defeating CYMS on Saturday.
Terrific bowling performances from Rajesh Johar (3/16) and Michael Kent (2/24) knocked CYMS over for 100 and while there was a couple of wobbles in the chase the Tigers were never too troubled.
Rick Dhindsa (26) and captain Adam Davis (24) top-scored in the successful chase.
In the RSL-Colts derby, it was the younger White side celebrating.
Despite Ryan Davies taking 4/12 for Red, Riley Keen continued his top form by making 80 and leading Colts White to 9/165 from 40 overs.
That proved more than enough as Colts Red was rolled for 65.
Tyson Deebank (4/7) and Rabi Sharma (3/23) were the star bowlers in the win.
In the final match of the round, Rugby scored a strong win over ladder-leaders South Dubbo.
Matt Naden was key in the win, taking 2/16 and supporting Alex Walker (3/14) as Souths was dismissed for 119.
Naden then smashed 51 from 36 balls to set-up Rugby's five-wicket win.