A Grade was the sole victor from the 4 sides on the weekend.
C2 hosted Slab Road at Ranelagh on Sunday, and Jonny Thorpe led the charge with the ball with 4-20. He was ably supported by James Oates with 3-27, and Mick Thorpe with 2-26 to see Slab Road bowled out for 125.
In reply, only James Oates and evergreen Mick Anning were able to reach double figures on the slow ground, the Warriors falling 50 runs short.
C1 also had rough day with the bat at Lightwood, only mustering 85 in reply to Summerleas 131.
Aiden Geeves was the pick of the visiting side, scoring a great double with 33 and 4-20. Daniel Page also took 4-34, whilst the only other major contributor with the bat was Codie Rawnsley with 12, made up of 3 fours.
Saturdays condition were not great for B1 at Judbury. North Huon posted 177, David Collins top scoring with 51m and Troy Page clearing the ropes 3 times with 30 not out.
The bowlers could not keep the reigns on the Judbury batsmen, with the total passed only 2 wickets down with 13 overs left.
Runs were at a Premium at Ranelagh in A Grade, Longley struggling to 9-121 from 50 overs. Josh Stevenson made early inroads with 4-17, and Shane Fletcher with some characteristic half trackers took a couple of vital wickets after a partnership was formed.
In reply, North Huon struggled to score, limping to 2-27 from 20 overs. From there, Josh Woolley and Adam Crowe were able to break from the shackles with some timely aerial boundaries, and North Huon ended up cruising to victory 2 down in the 26th over, despite the rain delays.
This week sees training moved to Glen Huon both Thursday and Thursday nights, with the Ranelagh Oval out of action for the Huon Show. Milo Cricket will take a break this week and return the following week at Ranelagh.
This Sunday after the Show, head out to Glen Huon to see the T20 Div Finals played. Action will begin at 9:30 with North Huon taking on Blackmans Bay, while title holders Kingston Crows face Slab Road at 12:15, with the 2 winners facing off at 3:00pm.
The North Huon Div 2 side also feature in the finals, and will travel to Cygnet to take on Huonville at 12:15pm for a spot in the final.
The North Huon Race night is locked in for Saturday Nov 19, so make sure your jodhpurs are ready for that one.