Bowlers wreak havoc
ON CF White Oval, RSL (131) ran out easy winners over Valleys (27) with bowlers dominating in both innings.
RSL started their innings in good style with Duane Lihou (14) and Jason Lawer putting on 41 for the first wicket.
Lawer went on to top-score with 38 just ahead of Sam Dowie who made 36.
Valleys bowler Anthony Marino took another five wicket haul to have RSL all out in the 32nd over.
Marino's figures were 5-12 of just five overs.
Stanthorpe Cricket Association secretary Peter Nimmo said in reply, not even sundries could make it into double figures as Valleys were routed in thirteen overs for just 27.
"Young Jake Furness only got to bowl two deliveries but still managed a couple of wickets for his trouble," he said.
Wanderers defeat Souths
COMPETITION leaders Souths suffered a rare defeat at Sheehan Oval, going down to Wanderers who are looking to keep their season alive.
Souths batting first were all out in the 35th over for a relative low score of 126.
Nimmo said Adam Bonner (32) and Dan Cameron (30) provided the bulk of the Souths runs, as Rod Govus and Jamie Carnell took three wickets apiece to set up a gettable run chase.
"Some rear guard action from Scott Williams (14) and Justin Heaven (12) added respectability to the Souths total," he said.
"Hayden Lanza took up where he left off after last week's century to post another half century (53) and Simon Mascardri chimed in with 41, as Wanderers chased down the required 127 runs in the 29th over to claim a bonus point.
"Mascardri had earlier taken four catches in the gully, playing a big part in Wanderers win."