MOWBRAY compiled a disappointing innings of 122 yesterday, despite having a former Australian cricket captain in its side.
Ricky Ponting stepped to the crease and more than 80 minutes later was back in the pavilion after being dismissed for 11.
He was clean bowled by Launceston captain Rowan Smith, who said it was one of the most exciting moments of his career.
"It's a day and a moment that'll certainly last in my mind," Smith said.
"It was a good experience for all the young blokes and I'm so proud of the guys bowling them out for 120 or so.
"Hopefully we'll get them tomorrow with our batting."
The game continues today, with Launceston resuming on 4-36 with Tom Bennett (4) and Cameron Lynch (2) in for what Smith hopes will be the long haul.
For Mowbray Jonathon Le Fevre was the best with the bat with 23 runs, before he was caught by Bradley Fryett.
Launceston's Ross Tulich took four wickets, and Smith also stepped in with 3-28 - including that ever-important Ponting wicket.
WESTBURY coach Adrian Tudor is "stoked" with his team's 348-run innings against Riverside yesterday.
"It's a really good score and we had some great partnerships, which is something we've been really focusing on," Tudor said.
"Dane Anderson made 101 and he was well supported by Matty Battle (51).
"It's set things up for us but we're not just going to lay over for Riverside, we'll be trying very hard tomorrow."
Alex Kerrison took 4-64 - three of which were lbw - and Alex Saunders 2-64 for Riverside.
The game continues today at Windsor Park with home team Riverside to bat.
SOUTH LAUNCESTON is on the back foot against George Town at Crothers Oval.
South Launceston will resume the two-day match at 5-72, chasing the home team's 249.
"It was a bit up and down for us," South Launceston captain Sean Harris said.
"George Town opener Scott Semmens scored 49 then we got a few wickets in the middle of their order and slowed them down.
"They were 9-190 at one stage and it was looking good for us - then they scored 60 runs.
"Chasing 250 is not where we want to be with five wickets down, but we'll give it a go."
Mark Stewart took 4-44 for South Launceston and George Town's tailender Gavin Nutting scored a respectable 36.