Brocklesby and District Cricket Association have progressed to the next round of the NSW Country Plate by thrashing the Holbrook DCA at Walla.
With their first seven batsmen making double figures, they posted a very handy 184, being bowled out in their final over of their 50-over allotment after winning the toss and batting.
Holbrook DCA reply was a one-man contribution with only Harry Perryman (41) scoring double figures in a disappointing reply.
They were bowled out for just 68 in the 22nd over to be defeated by 118 runs, with Darcy lAnson tearing the batting apart with 6-20.
IAnson, who was the leading wicket taker in Cricket Albury Wodonga 2014-15 season, returned home to Burrumbuttock last season.
The fiery paceman combined superbly with younger brother Trent 2-11 off six overs to completely rout the underdone Holbrook side.
Perryman, who has recently returned from the AFL Combine Draft testing trials in Melbourne, was the eighth man out.
Holbrook’s last eight batsmen compiled just four runs between them with four of those failing to score in a tough day at the office.
Brocklesby set up the win with a disciplined batting performance that saw them for the first time for a while bat through to the last over in rep cricket in recent times.
Joel Merkel (28) top scored in a very even team performance, with Mitch Koschitzke (21), Darcy IAnson (25) and Clint Ralston (23) helping out.
The Country Plate is a statewide CNSW competition that pits the smaller associations and clubs from across the state against each other in a knockout format.
Brocklesby, who have not played in all seasons, have never qualified for the final four.
Twenty-eight teams are contesting this year.
They have no time to rest on their laurels after Sunday’s big win, with a home clash this Sunday against Cootamundra DCA.
West Wyalong are also through to the next round after receiving a forfeit from Hillston, who had to sandbag homes due to predicted flooding in the town.