Gayzer's Gardening have made it two from two in the Bloom's Chemist under 13s cricket competition, beating the Cootamundra Cobras by four wickets at Cullen Oval on the weekend.
Sent into the field early, the Cobras put up a formidable 4/145, with Oscar Roberts' 44 not out playing a key role in guiding to the side to their total.
While it wasn't easy in the field for Gayzer's, Ella Cross' 2/22 and the economy of Josh Cameron (0/8 from three overs) and Harry Dymock (0/9 from four overs) helped to ensure they had a fighting chance when it came their turn to bat.
From there though, the script turned, and quickly. Opener Cameron and number three Archie Gay made the most of their opportunities with the bat, the pair hitting an unbeaten 33 and 35 respectively to tilt the game in their side's favour.
While others on the team found it difficult, it didn't matter in the end, the team eventually finishing on 6/145 with 2.1 overs remaining; Rupert Tait was the pick of the opposition bowlers with 2/10, though Riley Meale's 1/9 was also helpful.
The end result leaves the Boorowa team on equal top of the under 13s ladder going into round four of the competition, with the team set to host the bottom-of-the-table Temora Tigers at the Boorowa Sports Ground this Saturday.
The first ball set to be taken at 8.30am.