MIDLAND-Guilford continued its woes after Bayswater-Morley controlled day one of the round six Premier Cricket fixture at Lilac Hill.
Keaton Critchell showed his potential with a fighting 47, with Zac Howard finishing the innings 33 not out.
All other batsman struggled as the Monkey Towners were bowled out for 161.
The side was unable to get a wicket in the late afternoon, as the Bears finished 0-29.
Meanwhile in the female A-grade Twenty20 competition, Midland-Guildford thrashed Melville by 71 runs at Tompkins Park on Sunday.
Perth Scorchers batswoman Chloe Piparo warmed up for next month’s Women’s Big Bash League with an outstanding 84 not out for Midland-Guildford.