MT LAWLEY-Inglewood Cricket Club enjoyed a purple patch over the weekend, winning all of their grade games.
Second grade routed Belmont for 83 and 87 in its two innings, with Arun Mohan taking match figures of 8-30.
Mohan was supported by paceman Milan Chetri with 6-46 for the game and Tim Stuckey with 4-73.
Having declared at 4-143 in the first innings (with 45 runs from Patrick Wilkinson), the Panthers chased down the victory target with nine wickets in hand.
In fourth grade captain Dave Cleary was dismissed on 99, leading the side to declare on 6-221, with John Collins contributing strongly with 66.
Ferndale, having been dismissed for 96 in the first innings, was restricted to 91 from 28 overs in the second.
The Panthers defeated Ferndale in sixth grade, with a first innings total of 7-251, led by Doug Swan’s 83, enough to secure the points.
Eighth grade posted 7-254 before dismissing Bayswater for 180.
It was a different story in the One Day competition, with the Panthers suffering a heavy loss.
Mt Lawley-Inglewood was rolled for 89 batting first, with the partnership between Robin Hamer (24) and captain Richie Logan (16) the only bright spot.
Green Range chased down the total in just 15 overs, with the loss of four wickets.