Almost all the Hawks batsmen managed starts on a slow wicket, but Paul Davis went on to score 77 as the visitors managed a respectable 293.
In the 3 overs remaining in the day, Paul Davis then wreaked havoc with the ball, bagging 2 important wickets from just 8 deliveries.
The second XI managed to conjure 230 in their first innings thanks to a brilliant century from youngster Joshua Marrs.
Marrs finished with 105, scoring nearly half his side’s runs and showing why he is one of the club’s most exciting prospects.
The third grade were able to post an imposing 271 at Hillcrest thanks to 77 from all-rounder George True-Penter.
Seve Pratico also chipped in with 30 while most of the other batsmen made small contributions.
Mohamed Ejaz continued to impress with his off-spin by taking his first 5 wicket haul for the club in just his second game.
Ryan McLaren also chipped in with 2 wickets but the Hawks were only able to keep Bayswater-Morley to 283.
N Good opportunities for wins in all grades should make for an exciting last Saturday before the break.