Jindivick Black cement top spot
with a boundary laden 45 (five fours and three sixes) before edging one through to the keeper.
Urie was more circumspect on his way to top-scoring with 60 but with a lack of support from the lower order the home side found themselves well short of the required runs when they were all out after 39 overs.
Jack Braddick ripped through the Eagles top order to finish with 3/37 while from the other end Gordon Winstone chimed in with a miserly 2/16 off eight overs. Shane Hoskins (2/47) and James Maguire (2/25) were the pick of the change bowlers.
Gold take the points
Jindivick Gold 4/85 def Hallora 10/83 It was an early finish in the clash between Hallora and Jindivick Gold, with the Jumping Jacks making light work of the meagre target set by the Kangas.
Opting to send the visitor in, Jindivick quickly gained the upper hand as a succession of wickets saw Hallora lose 4/34.
Daniel Sell rallied for his side with a rapid 31 (six fours) but with 21 from Daniel Simons the only other double figure score, the Kangas were all out after just 20 overs for 83.
Peter Shea (2/19) and Jeremy Hill (2/25) did the early work with the new ball before a dynamic return from Jess Sanders saw her claim 4/21 off six overs. Mick Gnaden chipped in with 2/14 despite having a few issues with the radar.
In reply, Ben Giles (14) and Michael Buzasi (20) both made good starts, paving the way for Tim Jeffrey to wrap things up with 35 not out as the home side ran out easy victor after 18 overs.
Gary Donoghue was the pick of the bowlers snaring 2/3 off three overs.
Gulls hold their nerve
Warragul 7/162 (cc) def Drouin 5/161 (cc) Warragul has held its nerve to defeat Drouin by a single run.
Choosing to bat first, the Gulls struggled to build partnerships but were able to keep the scoreboard ticking over at a good rate.
Amandeep Singh (28) led from the top of the order but it was Lachlan Waters who anchored the innings with a gutsy 56 not out that included 10 boundaries. In his first senior match Dylan Gentile finished with 28 not out as the home side saw out their allotted overs.
Sam Barwick was the chief wicket taker with 3/16 but the pick of the bowlers was Jesse Craig, who snared 2/11 off eight overs which included four maidens.
In reply, the Hawks looked in control for much of their chase with Warragul struggling to make a breakthrough.
Daniel Burke (21) and Lochie Downie (27) both made good starts and a valuable 33 from Barwick kept the momentum going.
A handy spell from Paul Singh (2/22) ensured a tight finish and despite the best efforts of Craig (24*), the visitor couldn’t quite get there.
Liam Bow picked up both openers to finish with 2/22.