The CAW Hume 2019/20 season is wide open with a log jam inside the top six with all positions open in a thrilling finale over the next two Saturdays.
Walla has given itself an outside chance to finish minor premiers after it thrashed defending premiers Rand at Rand.
Henty, currently half a game out of the six, has a tough run home playing the two top teams Rand and Walla.
Walla made 7/222 with Daniel McCarthy (64) and Chris Hutchison (71) leading the way.
Clint Ralston took 4/37 for Rand.
In reply, Rand collapsed to be all out for 94.
At stages, in the innings, they lost 3/2, 3/0 and 3/2 with a fired-up Tom Simmons taking 4/23.
Joel Merkle and Mark Taylor both took three wickets, as only Brayden Ralston (34) and Chris Kreutzberger (20) offered resistance.
Osborne has dealt Henty a savage blow for the Swampies' finals hopes, with a comfortable seven-wicket win at Henty.
The Swampies' loss and the big win by Lockhart over Brock Burrum has seen Henty drop out of the top six with two rounds remaining.
Henty made 8/157 with Grant Gardiner top-scoring with (49), Chris Willis (27) and Brayden Pantling (25).
Damian Kennedy was best of the Osborne bowlers taking 3/23.
Osborne's reply was clinical with the total being reached with seven overs remaining and seven wickets in hand.
Ed Perryman starred with an unbeaten (76).
Daniel Hore picked up two wickets for Henty.
Osborne is level in second position, with Walla and TRYC and just one win behind leaders Rand.
Holbrook has almost certainly handed the wooden spoon to Culcairn, after the Brookers outplayed Culcairn, at Culcairn, winning by 81 runs.
The Brookers played some of its best cricket for the season, with captain Hamish Mackinlay (85) and Corey McCarthy 5-22 playing starring roles.
Holbrook batted first and posted 5/182 with Tom Heriot (33) and Robbie Mackinlay (22no) supporting the skipper with the bat.
In reply, Culcairn lost early wickets to the pace bowling of McCarthy in his best spell of the season.
Lewis Bowen and Ewan Mackinlay both took two wickets.
Daniel Rooke (21) top-scored after being struck on the helmet by McCarthy.
Riley Knobel finished a good game with 19 after taking two wickets.
Lockhart has jumped back into the top six with a comfortable eight-wicket win over Brock Burrum at Burrumbuttock.
Batting first, the home side batted its full forty overs to finish 7/179.
David Williams continued his good form with (53), Keith Tallent (39) and Trent IAnson (35).
Jordan Renner took three wickets and Jordan Harrington two for Lockhart, who then reeled in the home side's score with ten overs to spare.
Lockhart lost just two wickets as Brad McMillian (74), Jordan Harrington (56) and Jarrod Byrnes pummeled the Saints' attack.
Another century to Walbundrie opening batsman Jarrod Millar (103) and (70) to Luke Fox set up the Tigers' win over TRYC at Walbundrie.
Millar blasted eight boundaries and four sixes as the home side posted 8/222.
Jack Driscoll took 3/26 for TRYC, while Ryan Kirkwood and veteran Col Hagen took two wickets apiece.
TRYC looked a big chance of running down the total with star all-rounder Todd Hannam (94) and Driscoll (50) adding 109 for the fourth wicket.
However, once they were dismissed the Creekers' tail fell apart losing 6-8 to finish 23 runs short of victory.
Fox completed a great afternoon by taking 4-8 off just two overs, while Jacob Miller took 2/23.
TRYC has now dropped to fourth place.
ROUND 14 FIXTURE
Holbrook v Walbundrie
Osborne v Culcairn
Rand v Henty
Brock Burrum v TRYC
Walla v Lockhart
Rand 57 Walla 51 Osborne 51 TRYC 51 Walbundrie 45 Lockhart 42
Henty 39 Brockelsby Burrumbuttock 24 Holbrook 21 Culcairn 15