With damp conditions lurking in the hills of Glen Huon, a lightly delayed start saw North Huon start steadily though Sam Roberts and Brad Pitt, before the introduction of Anthony Graham for the Wombats saw Pitt dismissed for 36. He followed up with another quick wicket, but it was to be be all North Huon from there, as Roberts (44) and Lachie Fraser (54) set the foundation for some late order hitting.
Josh Stevenson obliged with a quick 61 from 36 balls, before holing out, but the stand out for the innings was Kyle Paul, who was left stranded on 99 not out after 50 overs.
Starting the last over on strike, Paul was on 79, and 2 x twos were followed by 2 sixes to push his score onto 95. A tight couple of balls only saw 2 more tows yielded, leaving Paul agonisingly short of a hundred.
North Huon finished with 5-320, and the big total was always going to be tough for Woodbridge.
Matt Hayers dug in for a solid 40, but lacked support as Jacob Stanway and Bevan Roberts run riot, the Wombats bowled out for 64.
B Grade travelled to Huonville, but a sodden pitch meant no play without a ball being bowled.
C1 Grade travelled down to Cygnet, but a steady stream of wickets saw them on the back foot, and never recover. Chris Crowe battled for 24, but without support, North Huon were out for 92.
This proved too little to defend, Riley Anning the sole wicket taker as Slab Road cruised to the target.
C2 Grade, whilst not getting the points, came away with some big positives, with Jai Terry and Baydon Armstrong both getting some valuable time in the middle, sharing partnerships with some more senior members of the side. Some late hitting from Scott Coad saw the total pushed to 187. Damp conditions were not conducive to greta bowling, however the side tried valiantly, with Jai Terry, Baydon Armstrong and Joe Roberts taking wickets.
Next week sees A Grade travel to Snug, B Grade are at home at Glen Huon against Kingston Crows, C1 Grade travel to Blackmans Bay, and C2 Grade are at home at Glen Huon against Southern Tigers.