It appears the high-flying Saints flew too close to the sun as they were ripped back to earth by the Tigers on Saturday.
A week after upsetting Trevallyn, GEORGE TOWN were torn to shreds in a ten-wicket loss to Longford at Crothers Oval.
The home side opened strong in the batting courtesy of Zachary Cooke (23 runs) but the early wickets of captain Jack Hill (8) and Brody Earley (1) set the tone for the rest of the team's innings.
George Town was all out for 93 runs after 27 overs.
Longford's ruthless bowling was led by a dominant spell from Kieran Davey (5-20), as well as Jacob Wiggers (2-10) as the Tigers pack devoured their share of Saints wickets.
Hill himself said Longford was the top team earlier in the week - its captain-coach opening partnership of Jackson Blair and Josh Adams would prove this to be true.
Blair and Adams carried their bats, scoring 54 and 36 runs respectively, seeing their side to an easy victory.
Another impressive partnership was had by PERTH, steering them to their fourth win in a row against Legana.
The Durhams finished their innings 8-190 with Sams Howe (50) and Hay (47) leading the charge.
However, fate quickly turned on them with Demons top order batters, captain John Hayes and Matthew Lawrence belting 92 and 73 runs respectively to guide their team to a nine-wicket walloping.
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ACL would drop their second game in a row against a hungry Evandale Panthers by five wickets.
Openers Matthew Oates (18) and Aakil Fazal (16) showed promise for ACL, as did a solid innings from captain Shaun Woods (34) and Nashib Nisthar (48) in the middle order.
But little else would go right from there, with the rest of ACL's batting order tallying 25 between them, adding to the total of 9-163.
It would be Evandale's Steven Buchanan who orchestrated the collapse, finishing with 5-24 in six overs.
The Panthers were guided to a four-wicket victory with the help of opener Rickie Wells (68) and Jonty Manktelow (33).
ACL and Perth find themselves both at 5-5 for the season, with the fourth spot on the ladder now in contention.
TREVALLYN got back into form after losing to George Town last round, with Bracknell on the receiving end of a six-wicket thumping.
Bracknell were restricted to just 77 runs all-up thanks to an imposing bowling attack featuring Trevallyn's Sean Barry (4-12) and Liam Brown (3-26).
Bracknell's captain Dylan Semmens led the team in runs with 21.
Trevallyn's middle order effort from Daniels Forster (15) and Kirk (19) as well as Nicholas Garwood (16) saw their team to victory in 19 overs.
Hadspen were on a bye.