HADSPEN openers Don Howarth and Ivo Agostini both made centuries to help the Chieftains to a big 114-run victory over Longford in the TCL Agrade yesterday.
Agostini hit a superb 130, with 15 fours and three sixes, and Howarth made 113, with 11 fours, as the pair put on an outstanding 207-run opening partnership, helping their side to a total of 5-298, after it won the toss and batted.
Longford managed 9-184 in reply, with opener Ashley Holloway top- scoring with 48 and captain-coach Aiden Hume making 35.
TREVALLYN opener Shannon Rumble scored his second century of the season to help his side to record a total in a run feast against the Diggers at Trevallyn.
Rumble hit an impressive 137, off 98 balls, with 13 fours and seven sixes, to anchor the Trevallyn innings of 6-318.
Trevallyn was in early trouble losing opener Andrew Fitz and No.3 Nathan Balym for ducks to be 2-1. But Rumble and Dale McNulty (58) rescued the innings with a 108-run partnership for the third wicket.
Rumble continued on his merry way and was involved in another century partnership of 124 with Andrew House before he was finally dismissed, caught by Adam Henderson off the bowling of Andrew Bassett.
Chasing the mammoth total, the Diggers' batting effort proved disastrous with the side dismissed for just 61, off 14.2 overs, with only captain-coach Brent Kettle making double figures with 12.
BEAUTY POINT had a four-wicket victory over Legana in their game played at Legana.
The Durhams made 210 after Beauty Point won the toss and sent them in to bat.
Sam Howe top-scored with a good knock of 57 not out which included seven boundaries.
Jarrad Wells made 40 and opener Mark Payne 25. Rob Eltringham was the most successful of the Beauty Point bowlers picking up 3-37 and Josh Nunn took 2-29.
The Tamar Valley side made a solid start in its run chase with openers Brennan Cresswell and Tyler Bain putting on a 55-run partnership for the first wicket.
Anthony Taylor finished 38 not out to see his side to victory as they finished at 6-215. Michael Dunn was the only multiple wicket- taker for Legana with figures of 2-26.
ACL scored an upset 88-run victory over Uni- Mowbray in their game at the University Oval.
ACL made 181, after being sent in to bat, Justin Nash top scoring with 62 as the mainstay of the innings.
Richard Austin took the impressive figures of 4-25 to be Uni-Mowbray's best bowler.
The home side was in trouble in its run chase losing early wickets to slump to 5-38 and never recovered, being dismissed for 93.
TREVALLYN 6-318 (S. Rumble 137, D. McNulty 58, A. House 47, W. Ford 37no; M. Sowden 2-16, M. Knowles 2-39) d DIGGERS 61 (Kettle 12; J. Walker 5-11, B. Martin 4-25).
ACL 181 (H. Nash 62; R. Austin 4-25, M. Devlin 2-26, D. Clayton 2-6) d UNI-MOWBRAY 97 (Clayton 24no; B. Stonehouse 3-20, S. Bennett 2-14, B. Harris 2-10).
HADSPEN 5-298 (J. Agostini 130, A. Howarth 113, J. Brown 22; A. Holloway 2-51) d LONGFORD 9-184 (A. Holloway 48, A. Hume 35, Stephens 23, D. Blair 20; D. Howarth 3-29, M. Green 2-17, G. Ellis 2-31) .
LEGANA 210 (S. Howe 57, J. Wells 40, M. Payne 25; R. Eltringham 3-37, J. Nunn 2-29) lt BEAUTY POINT 6-215 (J. Savage 44, K. Taylor 38 no, B. Cresswell 38, S. Hillard 32; M. Dunn 2-26).
UNI MOWBRAY 9-156 (Dean 52, Willis 22no, Page 22; M. Hurst 3-17, S. Chapple 2-21) d ACL 132 (Filce 27, Arnol 25; Houston 4-34, Dunstone 4-44).
LEGANA 7-231 (Jordan 63, Jones 44no, Shepherd 4-31) d BEACONSFIELD 228 (Styles 88, Roach 68; Jones 5-21, Viney 3-24).