MOWBRAY managed to topple top-of-the-ladder Westbury, winning outright by nine wickets in the second day of its NTCA round 13 clash yesterday.
Mowbray resumed at 8-87 in its first innings at Invermay Park, 16 runs short of the Shamrocks.
Connor Lockhart resumed on 12, while Justin Reeves was yet to open his account after coming to the wicket just before stumps last week.
However, Mowbray wasn't able to add to its total, before Westbury came to the crease for its second innings.
The Shamrocks only managed 38 in reply, with Sean Stevenson (13) the only batsman to make double figures.
Mowbray chased down the total, scoring 54 only one wicket down, to win outright by nine wickets.
LAUNCESTON thrashed George Town by an innings and 107 runs.
George Town resumed with the bat at 1-22 in its first innings, and was bowled out for 99.
As Launceston was well in front, scoring 8-319 last week, the Saints went back in to try and chase the runs down but they had no luck, scoring 113 in their second innings.
Robbie Crane was the best with the bat for the day for George Town, making 14 runs in the first innings and 24 in the second.
RIVERSIDE won on first innings points against South Launceston in its clash at the NTCA No.2 ground.
South Launceston resumed at 6-72 chasing down Riverside's 145 from its first innings last week.
Captain Sean Harris added three runs to the tally before he was caught out on 33, the top score of his side's innings.
Riverside managed 154 in its second innings, with Alex Saunders top scoring on 42.
In reply South Launceston was 4-99 at the close of play.