Barooga has shot to the top of Murray Valley premier division cricket following an outright win against Finley.
The Hawks wasted little time wrapping up outright points, winning by an innings and 37 runs.
Cats skipper Chris Shaw provided some stout resistance with 47, but Barooga claimed the last six wickets on the way to bowling Finley out for 109.
Justin Maley secured 4-11 and Riyaad Henry finished with eight wickets for the match after a haul of 3-28.
Star all-rounder Ash Quinn scored a fine century as Nathalia returned to winning ways against Waaia.
Quinn hit 12 fours and a six in a sublime 110 and featured in a 170-run partnership alongside Bailey Bell (72) as Nathalia overhauled the Bombers moderate total of 121, finishing on 8-305.
Mark Meyland (3-53) proved the pick of the Waaia attack.
Cobram ace Shaun Downie made sure Katamatite’s batting woes continued.
Downie claimed 7-28 in a marathon 20.3 over spell as Katamatite mustered 102 in reply to Cobram’s total of 245.
Openers Daniel Parnell (22) and Matt Wright (21) got starts for Katamatite, while Tom Pendlebury also reached 20.
The win ensures the Tigers remain unbeaten.
Deniliquin Rhinos had few worries sealing an outright win against Cobram-Yarroweyah United.
Having knocked over the combine for 48 on day one, the Rhinos went in for the kill and dispatched CYU for 75 the second time around.
The star performer for Deni was opening bowler Brodie Bennett, who finished with 10 wickets for the match after a haul of 6-23 in the second innings.