St Patrick's and Scotch Oakburn colleges couldn't find their way onto the winners' list in SATIS one-day cricket action on Saturday.
After travelling down the Midland Highway, St Pats batted first against Hutchins, working their way to 8-129.
Opener Luke Pirlot backed up his solid score from the week prior - making 23 off 56 balls - but this time he was the top score, assisted by Max Symons' patient 18 from 89 and Will Siemsen's unbeaten 17.
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The Hutchins top order was too strong, making the runs three wickets down as Raymond Phillips and Thomas Chambers claimed poles.
It was a similar story on the road for Scotch, but their bowling unit had a real crack at knocking off Guilford Young College.
Harry Bayles' 29 was the highlight of Oakburn's batting innings of 138 as they were dismissed with 10 overs remaining before their bowlers went to work.
They took eight wickets in defending their low total with Ryan Borsboom's unbeaten 53 driving the nail in the coffin as Scotch chased their second win.
Riley Donlon and Oscar Edwards were their multiple wicket-takers.
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