Hadspen has squared its ledger at 1-1 with a nine-wicket win over Beauty Point.
The Tamar Valley Tigers elected to bat and made it to 53 without loss on the back of some lusty hitting by Jason Savage (43).
But a fall of 10-79 was to come as Nick Price (5-25) had his way with the batting line-up, collecting three wickets in his fourth over including the crucial scalps of Savage and Rob Crane.
Chasing 132 the Chieftains were cautious early, but soon began targeting boundaries.
Sam Cooke trapped Damian Woods (33) in front with the score at 92 but his opening partner Thanuka Dabare had the last laugh, hitting the all-rounder for three consecutive sixes next over.
The Sri Lankan wrapped the game up inside 15 overs to finish 84 not out with seven fours and six sixes.
LONGFORD took revenge for a T20 loss to ACL earlier in the year by dishing up a 55-run result at University.
The Bluebacks made good inroads early before an 84-run fifth-wicket partnership between skipper Josh Adams (85) and keeper Jackson Blair helped the Tigers post a commanding 7-213.
Cameron Martin took 2-23 off eight overs for ACL.
In reply, the home side lost form opener Jesse Digney early and despite a 35-run stand between Stephen Daniels and Chathura Athukorala (37), never really got going.
The Bluebacks stumbled to 8-117 and, despite some late resistance from Simon Chappell and Anuradha Dissanyaka, were eventually bundled out for 158 with Adam Smith taking 3-38.
TREVALLYN collected a 44-run win over Cressy after a 130-run opening stand between Daniel Kirk (59) and John McCoy (63).
When the Bulldogs finally broke through wickets came quickly, with Sam Henley helping inspire a run of 7-51 to keep the visitors to 7-181.
But a big partnership wasn’t as easy to come by in Cressy’s chase and Wayne Ford took full advantage, collecting 3-20 to skittle Trevallyn out for 137 in just 29 overs.
Results from the match between Legana and Perth were not available.