The Legana trifecta of Matthew Wells, Shaun James and Bradley Harrison have collectively decimated Bracknell as the Durhams produced a scintillating six-wicket win.
Wells (4-11) was in tremendous form early as the experienced campaigner grabbed the opening four Bracknell wickets to have the home side in dire straits at 4-26.
James (3-9) joined the wicket-taking party by removing Jeremy Tuson for his first but arguably James' four maidens from his seven overs were more valuable as the Durhams squeezed the Stags.
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James and Harrison (3-11) cleaned up the remaining Stags as they fell from 5-46 to 57 all out.
Legana opening pair Dylan Sharman (27 off 27) and Kelsa Kumar (18* off 31) ensured that the batting woes were not contagious as the Durhams secured victory.
Hadpsen's batting firepower was on display as their potent top-order devastated Longford's bowling attack to post an eye-watering total.
Jonathon LeFevre (62 off 78), Dane Anderson (68 off 48) and Sithara Perera (47 off 55) ensured the Chieftains would send a statement with their 9-263 total as the Tigers worked through their rolodex of bowlers.
Despite the best efforts of Jackson Blair (48 off 32) who peppered the boundary and the industrious Bhagesh Goyal (49 off 55), Longford struggled to gain momentum and were all out for 172.
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Ramesh Chhetri (43 off 28) marked his introduction to Evandale with a thrilling innings as Rickie Wells (54 off 56) turbo-charged the Panthers to a commanding 9-223 against Trevallyn.
Sagar Chhetri (33 of 59) was the perfect counterbalance for Ramesh as the pair enjoyed a 61-run stand as most Trevallyn bowlers found themselves going at five runs an over.
Umang Patel (3-3) was busy as he nabbed all his wickets, including James Whiteley (62 off 68) inside two overs. Rajbir Singh (3-40) and Isuru Amarawansha (3-41) were also notable as Trevallyn were routed for 138 in an 85-run Panthers win.
George Town fans were able to indulge in celebration as they triumphed over Perth for their first win of the season.
Jarrod Bailey (42* off 71) anchored the innings for George Town as Jay Leslie (30 off 27) and Shane Baker (20 off 18) provided the impetus to see the Saints notch 5-184.
While Sam Cooke (2-32) led the wicket-taking, Joel Coad (1-13) proved to be miserly as he went at less than two runs an over including two maidens to stifle the Demons' chase.
While Ethan Goldfinch (54 off 77) starred for the Demons, losing the former and Josh Farrell (20 off 50) when both looked set to bat deep stunted their reply. At the close of their innings, Perth were 7/170 to for a 14-run Saints' win.
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