Inglewood remains the only undefeated team after five rounds of Upper Loddon cricket.
Inglewood stretched its winning streak to five when it proved too strong for Boort-Yando.
A fine 80 from opening batsman Nathan Johns set up Inglewood's imposing total of 5-218 off 35 overs.
Daniel Bourke (3-32) and Darcy Coppin (3-18) ripped through the Boort-Yando top-order an the home side was eventually dismissed for 105.
Bridgewater edged out Newbridge thanks to a quickfire 40 not out by Pete Coghlan.
Bridgewater looked in big trouble when it fell to 7-97 chasing 143 for victory.
Coghlan and Jay Bowen (4) added 48 for the eighth wicket to get the Bulls over the line for the first time this season. Earlier in the day, Newbridge opener Ash Bayliss made 52 in his side's total of 6-142.
Wedderburn Band suffered its first loss of the season when it fell 47 runs short against Arnold.
Arnold veteran Phil Scholes (41) and Ryan Metelmann (34) ensured the home team posted a competitive total of 160.
Steven Giorlando was Weddberburn's most successful bowler with figures of 3-14.
In reply, Wedderburn never gained any momentum with the bat.
Three of its top four batsman made starts, but no-one scored more than 25.
All six Arnold bowlers took wickets as Wedderburn Band was dismissed for 113.
Kingower is in second place after thrashing bottom side Serpentine by 113 runs.
David Rose (69) and Ben Rose (63 not out) set up Kingower's big total of 2-209 off 35 overs.
Serpentine's innings lasted 22.1 overs for 96 runs. Kingower opening bowler Nick Leach had the fine figuers of 4-10 off six overs.
Meanwhile, a century to Elmore’s Bailey Boyack was the highlight of round two of Northern United cricket.
Boyack belted 106 to lead Elmore to 8-218 off 40 overs against Calivil.
James Harney (3-7) and Tyler Oliver (3-1) destroyed the Calivil batting line up. Skipper David Dennis made 33 of his side’s total of 58.
Raywood edged out Bagshot by 20 runs thanks largely to a brilliant 91 from skipper Kale Hoggins. His knock lifted the Foxes to 5-181 off 40 overs. Kym Wheelhouse took 3-17 for Bagshot.
Bagshot needed one of its top-order to follow Hoggins’ lead, but no-one could pass the 30-run mark. Top score for Bagshot was extras on 30.
Deepam Shah (3-41) was the pick of Raywood’s bowlers.
Dingee disposed of Colbinabbin by seven wickets.
Xavier Hoppell (22) was the only Colbo batsman to pass 20 as the home side was bowled out for just 72.
Scott Lawry (3-8) and Matthew Hind (3-10) did the damage with the ball for Dingee. Adam Baird (31 not out) ensured Dingee took just 23 overs to clinch victory.
Goornong (4-69) thrashed Heathcote (59) in a match that lasted a total of 34 overs.
Goornong’s Jeremy Blencowe (4-4) was the man of the match.