LONGFORD secured maximum points with a narrow four-wicket victory over Hadspen in their Twenty20 encounter at Longford yesterday.
Chieftains' captain Clint Moore hit four sixes to score 54 after winning the toss and electing to bat.
Brother Brad Moore chipped in with a handy 29 down the order to lift the away side to 8-150 from their allotted overs.
Brett Martin was the Tigers' best bowler finishing with 4-21.
Longford wicketkeeper-batsman Hayden Scott proved the thorne in Hadspen's side, accumulating 69 before finally being dismissed by leg spinner Matt Green.
The Tigers were in control throughout to record an important win.
ACL defeated Uni-Mowbray by four wickets at Legana.
Uni-Mowbray were sent in and made 116 with contributions from Ji Cooley (24) and Zane Brown (25).
ACL bowler Kerry Heyne picked up three victims in what was an impressive and tight bowling effort from all six bowlers used.
Heyne was also the linchpin in ACL's batting performance, amassing a brisk 46 that included six sixes.
Diggers suffered yet another loss, going down to Legana by three wickets at Legana.
Diggers captain Andrew Fitz elected to bat, setting the Durhams 119 for victory.
Opener Adam Davie top scored with 34 and was joined by Ged Parson (20) and Jason Richards (20 not out) as the only three batsmen to make double figures.
Mark Gleeson claimed 3-31 off his four overs.
Legana lost wickets consistently throughout their innings, which started with the departure of openers Mark Payne (0) and Gary McCarron (6).
However, Tony Burgess steadied the ship with a man-of-the-match 58 not out, including nine boundaries.
A three-wicket over from Glen Gleeson help Trevallyn reduce reigning TCL premiers Beauty Point to 104 at Longford.
Rob Eltringham scored 38 from 38 balls to top score for Beauty Point.
Trevallyn captain Shannon Rumbel notched up another half century to lead his side to victory.
Trevallyn will play Legana in the Twenty20 final at Trevallyn on Thursday.
BEST WITH THE BAT
Hayden Scott (Longford) 69
Tony Burgess (Legana) 58 not out
Clint Moore (Hadspen) 54
Shannon Rumbel (Trevallyn) 52
BEST WITH THE BALL
Brett Martin (Longford) 4-21
Glen Gleeson (Trevallyn) 3-1
Kerry Heyne (Uni-Mowbray) 3-19
Mark Gleeson (Legana) 3-31