With two games remaining in the LDCA B grade Twenty20 competition Yanco Cricket Club have closed the gap at the top to five points with a win over Narrandera.
The Carpheads won the toss and elected to bad however it was the Stags who were able to make the stronger start with Tye Clancy (2/15) claiming the wickets of Connor Vearing (0) and Selwyn Bale (0) in the second over of the game.
Connor Smith and Nick O'Brien putting on 29 runs before Rohan Lacey removed Smith which saw a mini-collapse with Lacey (2/15) and Logan Mahalm (3/8) doing the damage as the Carpheads fell to 8/50.
James Smith (10*) and Sam Williamson put some much-needed runs on the board to see Narrandera finish their 20 overs on 8/81.
Clancy (13) made a strong start at the top of the order for the Stags, but the rest of the top order struggled with Bale taking three wickets while David Cato took two to have the Yanco side with their back against the wall on 6/44.
Harvey Gay and Andrew Kouzan were able to get their side back on track and get within 12 runs of victory before Gay (11) was dismissed by Smith.
Anthony Mandaglio (8*) and Kouzan (20*) were able to guide their side to a three-wicket win with 3.4 overs remaining.
In C grade, L&D was able to jump into to spot with a win over the Yanco Cricket Club Phantoms.
The Ferrets lost an early wicket in Blake McDonald (5) with the score on 13, the Ferrets were able to fight back with Harrison Steele continuing his good form.
Alongside Noah Maybon (29), the pair were able to get their side to 111 before Maybon was dismissed with Steele (79*) and Tyler O'Connell (9*) steering their team to 2/148 off 20 overs.
A six-wicket haul from Eligh Watson (6/17) helped to restrict the Phantoms side with only Max Yelland (15) and Henry Lacey (16) as their side was bowled out for 87 to hand the Ferrets a 61-run win.
They Yanco Cricket Club Stars posted 5/164 off 20 overs against St Francis thanks to a hundred from Dan Hillam (126*). Nate Doyle (23), Joel Golding (34), James Clarke (27) and Taylor Heath (31) were able to get starts, but the St Francis side fell eight runs short finishing their 20 overs on 8/156.