TRYC inflicted Osborne’s first defeat for the season, thumping the ladder leaders at Yerong Creek by 112 runs in a round of upsets.
The win made it four in a row for TRYC and has certainly put the side in the frame as a genuine premiership threat.
Osborne won the toss and batted on a good wicket and quick outfield.
Clancy Galvin top scored with 41 not out as five players reached double figures in the total of 8-132.
Wickets were shared among the home team’s bowlers with Todd Hannam, Tom Yates and Oscar Willis all taking two.
The TRYC batting reply was super impressive with its three star players all impacting in a huge total of 8-244 in 40 overs.
Run machine Hannam blasted 62, while Steve Jolliffe was in great touch with 51 and Yates made a quick-fire 46 as all bowlers copped plenty of tap.
Clancy Galvin, after being a standout with the bat, stood up again with the ball to take three wickets, while Luke Richardson took 2-67 off eight overs.
Hannam is having a superb season having made 320 runs and taking 10 wickets at a run rate of just 1.5 per over, so good is his economy.
HOLBROOK also staged somewhat of an upset when they defeated Henty at Holbrook after successfully chasing down a large Henty total.
The Swampies looked in a very strong position at the innings break after posting 6-185 off its 40 overs after being just 2-40 off 20.
Mark White stepped after drinks make to 85, while the inform Nick Murray made 28.
Coby Ross was the best of Holbrook’s bowlers taking 3-20.
Holbrook got away to a great start in the run chase with Hamish Mackinlay and Ross putting on a half century opening stand.
When Ross was out for 16, while Hayden Wishart came to the crease and belted a brilliant 76 as he and Mackinlay (65) added a 92 runs stand.
Thomas Stead in his return to Holbrook cricket made just eight but will be a huge player in the Brookers’ premiership prospects.
Josh Jones (20 not out) and Dylan Fairall (18 not out) finished the job off for Holbrook as the side inflicted its second win over Henty this season.
Henty, who were missing opening bowler Chris Manns, just could not contain the Holbrook bats, with Dylan Hore the best bowler with just 26 off his eight overs.
Holbrook should only get stronger with fast bowler Bailey Parker and all-rounder Jimmy Grills both missing from Saturdays win.
CULCAIRN who had the bye and with no wins so far looked certain to miss finals action for the first time in many years.
The Holbrook DCA will now have a break for Christmas and New Year with Osborne leading the ladder in a very open season.
Junior cricket will continue for one more week before they break for the New Year, although many players will play CAW Junior Country Week in early January.
LADDER, DIVISION ONE: Osborne 124, TRYC 89, Holbrook 75, Henty 71, Culcairn 37
LADDER, DIVISION TWO: Lockhart 116.5, Holbrook 95, TRYC 59.5, Henty 56, Culcairn 55