Junee Stallions made it four from four with another big win in the Elders Cup competition at the weekend.
The Stallions took on the Commercial Cutters from Tumut at the weekend and were looking to continue their undefeated start to the season.
Captain Will McGrath won the toss and again elected to bat first.
Junee looked comfortable early, with openers Trent Charlton and Isaac Cooper taking to the crease. The pair took a steady approach to the inning, scoring only five runs from the first three overs, but got going and batted themselves into the 12th over.
Cooper was first wicket to fall with the score at 72.
Charlton fell not long after, followed by another quick couple of wickets.
But Mick Butler, showing a lot of confidence, helped to take the Stallions to 4/136 at the drinks break.
Butler was joined by Brett Dobson and the pair powered on after the break, putting on a quick partnership before Dobson was caught for 28 and the score at 179.
Butler then pushed past 50 and showed some monster hitting before being caught out for 63.
Just short of 200, the Stallions showed they have plenty of depth within the order.
Stephen Turk came out at nine and blasted a quick-fire 28 before Junee was bowled out in the 36th over for 255.
The Stallions went into the field with plenty of confidence and looking to pick up their fielding, which has been their weakest attribute this season.
Opening bowler Trent Charlton struck with the first ball of the inning, clean-bowling the Cutters’ opener.
Will McGrath then struck with his first ball, leaving Commercial reeling at 2/10.
The pair continued to bowl well to a Cutters side with only eight batsmen available.
Charlton finished with figures of 3/17 off five overs and McGrath 4/15 off five, bowling Commercial out for just 32.
The Stallions finished with a comprehensive win and enjoyed a major boost to their percentage rate.
The Stallions will face off against the Family Hotel from Gundagai this Saturday.
The Stallions are sponsored by the Red Cow Hotel, Brad's Butchery, Junee Rec and Aquatic Centre, Commonwealth Bank, Junee Co-op, Junee Newsagency and PRD Nationwide.