WESTBURY played in its second tie in as many weeks yesterday.
The Shamrocks tied with South Launceston last weekend and yesterday split the points with MOWBRAY in their Twenty20 battle at Shaws Oval.
Westbury skipper Dane Anderson smashed 73 and had mild support from John Keedy (15) and Sean Stevenson (17) to help the home side to 8-163 from its 20 overs.
Justin Reeves took 4-14 from four overs and in reply, Mowbray were nine down needing just four runs from the final two deliveries.
However, it was not to be with Jerome Illingsworth (23 not out) and James Storay unable to get their side over the line.
The Shamrocks easily accounted for GEORGE TOWN In their first game - winning by nine wickets.
The Saints set Westbury 110 to win with opening batsman Marshall Pooley (55) scoring more than half of the team's score.
Reece Maher bowled well taking three wickets.
Westbury was in control for the entire match with opener Matthew Battle whipping 59 not out and first drop Josh Adams (44 not out) guiding them to victory.
RIVERSIDE was woeful with bat against SOUTH LAUNCESTON at NTCA No 1.
The Blues were 4-4 in setting the total and finished 9-76 as Warwick Johnson and Kyle Bowie decimated the top order.
Riverside captain-coach Luke Richardson was the only Blue to show some resistance, hitting 20 not out.
The Knights chased down the target in the 18th over to win by seven wickets.
Riverside was bowled out for a meagre 82 in its other game against LAUNCESTON.
Nick Garwood made 29 and his twin brother Tom Garwood (11) was the only other batsman to reach double figures.
Launceston bowler Ross Tulich claimed 3-14 in a sound effort to restrict the opposition.
Blues' opening bowler Alex Saunders (2-12) was economical but veterans Andy Belsak (29) and Jade Selby (25 not out) guided Launceston to a five-wicket victory.
Launceston crashed to an eight-wicket loss to the hands of South Launceston in its second match.
Launceston chose to bat and could only manage 8-80 thanks to the efforts of Selby (20), James Whiteley (19) and Tom Bennett (18).
In reply, the Knights never blinked and run down the total in 11.3 overs.
Chris Hay scored 22 not out and Nathan Phillip topped the charts with an unbeaten 42.
BEST WITH THE BAT
Dane Anderson (Westbury) 73.
Matthew Battle (Westbury) no 59.
Marshal Pooley (George Town) 55.
BEST WITH THE BALL
Justin Reeves (Mowbray) 3-14.
Ross Tulich (Launceston) 3-14.