BAYSWATER-Morley got its season back on track with a comfortable win over eastern suburbs rival Mt Lawley on Saturday in an exciting affair at Hillcrest Reserve in Round Four of Premier Cricket.
Batting first, Mt Lawley could only manage 170, after being cleverly restricted by the Bears bowlers.
Spinner Liam O’Connor was all class with 3-28, while Luke Waterhouse also took three wickets in an exciting display.
Mt Lawley’s state batsman Michael Klinger could only manage 12 as he was bowled by Warriors teammate Nathan Rimmington.
Oliver Mouchemore top scored for the Hawks with 43, while fellow opener James Newnham who made 30 in a 74-run opening stand.
Jake Lewis began the chase in fine style with a patient 60, while Rimmington added the finishing touches to the game with an entertaining 41 from 32 balls.
Bayswater-Morley sits sixth after four rounds while Mt Lawley is down in 14th.