Tuggeranong v Eastlake – Eastlake 9/280.

Eastlake ground out a respectable 9/280 against a very accurate Tuggeranong attack at Chisholm Oval. Opener Tom Henry made a patient 70 and was well supported by number three Luke Bartley (42) in a partnership of 98. Ryan Bartley chipped in with a handy 35 and a quick-fire 45 from Nick Wood late in the day pushed the total along. Skipper, Shane Devoy, was typically miserly with the ball, capturing 4/79 from a marathon 29 overs. Hong Kong import, Aizaz Khan impressed with 2/28 off 14 overs.

Weston Creek Molonglo v Western District-UC – Western District 96 and 2/50 v Weston Creek Molonglo 181.

In an extraordinary afternoon at Stirling Oval, 22 wickets fall for the day, and Sam Taylor made a sensational 116 from only 102 balls. Western District-UC had first use of the crease and despite reaching 0/47, were skittled for 96. Young opener Lachlan Murchie contributed 30 and skipper, Matt Condon 23. The Creek bowlers all had success with Blake Dean (3/9) and Taylor (3/14) gathering the best figures. Creek were then reeling at 3-4 before Taylor and Harry Medhurst (30) came to the rescue to secure first innings points. Brendan Duffy (3/42) helped reduce the total to 181. Wests will resume their second innings 35 runs behind with Joe Cooke (25no) holding the key.

Queanbeyan v Ginninderra – Queanbeyan 7/268.

Ginninderra toiled hard all day at Freebody Oval to restrict Queanbeyan to 7/268. Captain Michael Spaseski led the way with a commanding 125. His partnership of 98 with Vele Dukoski (38) laid the foundation. Hong Kong left-arm off-spinner Nadeem Ahmed bowled with superb control to take 3/55 off 31 overs. Luke Ryan also chipped in with 3/54.  

North Canberra-Gungahlin v ANU – ANU 9/329 dec. vs North Canberra-Gungahlin 0/17.

Owen Chivers walked to the crease with ANU in early trouble at 2/34. By the time he left, he had been instrumental in a sizable total of 9/329 dec. Chivers made 123 and he was well supported by Scott Murn, with 57 and Nick Goenewegen (60). Lachlan Whatmough captured 2/60 in what was a long afternoon for the home team. Norths finished 0/17 at stumps.