Xavier Crone produced a man of the match performance to lead Carlton to victory over Frankston-Peninsula in round five of Victorian Premier Cricket.
The Strathfieldsaye product made a career-best 75 to lift the Blues from a precarious 6-170 to all out 296.
Crone faced 89 balls and hit 12 boundaries. Earlier in the innings, former White Hills star Brayden Stepien made 16 to take his season tally to 207 runs at an average of 41.4.
Crone took the new ball for the Blues and claimed season-best figures of 4-21 off 13.5 overs as Frankston was bowled out for just 133.
Stepien took four catches behind the stumps.
Sandhurst premiership player Todd Murphy spun St Kilda to victory over Northcote.
In just his fifth game at first XI level, the off-spinner took 6-40 off 16 overs to lead the Saints to a 186-run victory.
Originally from Moama, Murphy has 12 wickets this season at an average of 14.7.
Essendon's BDCA connection helped the Bombers to an outright win over Kingston Hawthorn.
Bendigo's James Seymour took 2-25 off 16 overs in Kington Hawthorn's first innings of 204.
Seymour opened the batting and blasted a quickfire 48 before former Sandhurst keeper-batsman Isaac Conway made 34 at number three.
Essendon declared at 7-254 before proceeding to dismiss KingstonHawthorn for just 156 in its second dig.
Seymour made 28 in Essendon's second innings as the Bombers took just 18 overs to score 1-107 and secure outright victory.
Former Huntly-North Epsom keeper-batsman Ryan Hartley took two catches and completed one stumping in Prahran's (5-366 dec) draw with Greenvale (6-309).
In Women's Premier Firsts action, Kangaroo Flat's Jasmine Nevins made the second-highest score for Plenty Valley in Sunday's loss to Dandenong.
Nevins made 20 of Plenty Valley's total of 93. White Hills' Letesha Bawden made one. Bawden had bowling figures of 0-19 off five overs.
Nevins and Bawden will represent Victoria Country in January's National Under-18 Championships in Bendigo and Ballarat.
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