BAGSHOT snuck over the line by the barest of margins to beat Colbinabbin in their round three Northern United Cricket Association match on Saturday.
Chasing Colbinabbin's 6-154, Bagshot replied with 5-155 off its 40 overs to win by one run and post its second victory of the season.
Batting first, Locklan Sirett led Colbinabbin with 49 runs opening, while Phillip Morgan (28) continued his productive start to the season and all-rounder Grant Weeks added an unbeaten 25.
Kym Wheelhouse (3-24 off eight overs) took the bowling honours for Bagshot.
Opener Ash Jefferis (38), Ben Hamilton (31) and Greg Hamilton (31) all made valuable contributions for Bagshot as it scraped over the line in its chase.
Robert Stewart (2-21) was the only multiple wicket-taker for Colbinabbin, which lost its first game of the season.
• Reigning premier Heathcote maintained its unbeaten start to the season on the back of a brilliant bowling spell from Andrew Brasser.
Heathcote dismissed Calivil for 79, with Brasser starring with 6-17 off 7.5 overs.
Calivil had one stage been 2-57 before losing its last eight wickets for just 22 runs as Brasser wreaked havoc.
After his 98 last week, Calivil United opener Jarrod Smith made 35. No other player scored in double figures, with seven of the batsmen dismissed for four or less.
As well as Brasser's six-for, Mitchell McLean picked up 3-20 off six overs for Heathcote.
Calivil gave itself a chance of defending its total when it had Heathcote 6-62.
However, Patrick Ring (18) and McLean (6 n.o.) guided Heathcote over the line as it answered with 8-94.
Phil Brown was the pick of the bowlers for Calivil, taking 4-16 off eight overs, while Anthony Dennis (0-14 off eight), Lachlan Ralphs (1-14 off eight) and Ash Smith (1-13 off seven) were all tough to score off.
• Dingee defeated Raywood by 16 runs to win its second game of the season.
After being sent into bat, Raywood compiled 8-126 led by knocks from Nick Pierce (24), A. Sherriff (23) and Aaron Sherriff (19).
Captain Scott Lawry bowled well for Dingee, taking 4-14 off six overs and sparking a middle-order Raywood collapse when it lost 4-2.
Lawry (43) and Robert Pickles (27) then laid the platform for Dingee's successful run-chase with an opening stand of 71.
Despite the strong start, Dingee lost seven wickets before passing its target on the way to a final score of 9-142.
Damian Tresize (3-36) took three wickets for Raywood, which remains winless.
• Goornong was too good for Elmore, prevailing by 23 runs.
Elmore had been 4-85 during its innings, but lost 6-11 to be bowled out for 96 batting first.
W. Bonham (27) and L. Wilson (25) combined for more than half of Elmore's runs, while Jake Quarrel-Bell snared 4-19 off 5.2 overs for Goornong.
Adrian Cronin (67) held the Goornong innings together as it replied with 119.
Apart from Nicholas Malavisi (11), no other player made double figures as Elmore shared its wickets between six different players.