North Huon’s A Grade side went down in a disappointing loss to Huonville in a crucial game for the season.
It was a case of not enough runs, 140 never going to be enough to put any pressure on the home side.
This leaves the side with a lot of work to do over the next couple weeks to ensure they continue on into the finals.
B Grade continued on its winning way with a win over Huonville.
After winning the toss and batting, Jackson Pastoor was the rock for the innings, top scoring with 95 in a match winning knock.
With 199 on the board, Will Quarrier improved the situation with a wicket on the first ball of the innings.
Quarrier ended up the pick of the bowlers with 4-30, and Luke Stocks with 3-36 helped dismiss Huonville for 138.
Sunday was father/son day at Ranelagh, with no less than 4 father son combos playing in the C1 Grade side, after a couple of late changes were forced.
It proved to be a fruitful combo, with dads Mitch Sullivan (78) and Troy Page (65) showing the young ones how it is done, helping North Huon setting a total of 243.
Page led the way with the ball as well, taking 3 wickets against and in form Woodbridge side, but was outshone by another veteran in Mick Anning, who took 3 quick wickets in 4 overs to seal the game, and bowl the Wombats out for 218.
Next week sees all four sides back in action, with A Grade hosting Slab Road at Ranelagh, B Grade taking on Southern Tigers at Glen Huon, C1 Grade travelling to Lightwood Park to take on the Eagles, whilst C2 Grade travel to Snug.