Outstanding individual performances by Josh Trappel and Todd Francis have propelled City United to a convincing 75-win against Raymond Terrace.
Trappel made 116 in one of his best innings since returning to City and spinning all-rounder Francis bamboozled the Terrace batting line-up to finish with 7/33.
City skipper Matt Trappel said Josh played with patience on a tricky deck and cashed in on his hard work with some excellent stroke play at the end to help City post 208 off their 50 overs.
"Winning the toss and batting looked a bit shaky with a couple of good balls from the Terrace bowlers leaving us 2-2," Matt said.
"It was a tricky deck and our score of 208 would have been 300-plus on most grounds."
Todd Francis was next best with the bat making 24 and Nick Bower chimed in with an important unbeaten 18 at the end.
Matt said City's quicks Tim Baker and Tim Burton bowled well without much luck.
"The pressure built from the opening pair helped Cameron Wynn pick up a wicket with his first ball.
"From there spin dominated the show picking up the next nine wickets with Todd dominating finishing with 7/33 off 15.4 overs well supported by Nick Bower with two wickets.
"We were pretty good in the field .Matt Latham picked up two stumpings and a catch to lead the way."
Terrace's top four all made starts with skipper Steve Smith leading he way with 36, openers Joseph Harden 30 and John Warrington 17 and No.4. Aaron Sherritt 24 to have them firmly in the game at 3-120.
However, the collapse was sudden and devastating with the seven wickets falling for just 13 runs.
In other games Tenambit Morpeth Bulls took another major step in their development snuffing out any chance of an outright victory by Northern Suburbs.
Resuming on 4/177, Norths declared at 5/230 to give themselves a 98-run lead.
The Bulls led by teenage opener Tallon Gear showed real resolve and batted out the remainder of the day to finish on 6/163.
Gear top scored with 44 and Liam McMahon made a valuable 41.
Kurri Weston took first innings points against Thornton at Thornton Oval on Saturday.
The Warriors declared on 7/175 after passing Thorton's 117 on day one and the two teams opted for an early finish.
Eastern Suburbs Teenage pace bowler Jett Lee collected his first five wicket haul in first grade to lead the Griffins to a 64-run win against Western Suburbs at Coronation Oval on Saturday.
Easts first innings total of 224 was set up by an excellent 75 by young all-rounder Lachie Wishart.
Resuming on 1-12, the Plovers were all out for 159.