Pace bowler Dylan Klemm etched his name into the record books with a nine-wicket haul for Kangaroo Flat at the QEO on Saturday.
Klemm's stunning 9-34 off 16.1 overs was the 11th best figures in BDCA history and the first time a Kangaroo Flat player has taken nine wickets in an innings.
Klemm's team-mate Chris Barber, who ironically was the only other bowler to take a wicket against Strathfieldsaye on Saturday, held the previous club record of 8-27 in 2015-16.
Klemm's big day started in the opening over of the match when he proved too quick for Zoltan Smyth and had him clean bowled for a duck.
In his second over he repeated the dose to dismiss Seamus Dwyer and in his third over he sent Pat Felmingham back to the sheds.
After his third over Klemm had figures of 3-2 and the Jets were reeling at 3-9.
Jets skipper Ben Devanny, playing his 200th game, and teenager Cal McCarty dug in for the Jets and saw off Klemm and Adam Burns.
They added 59 for the fourth wicket until Devanny (39) fell to Barber.
McCarty and Savith Priyan continued the rescue mission and, when Klemm returned for his second spell at the start of the 44th over, the Jets were in a sound position at 4-107.
With the first ball of the second over of his second spell, Klemm had McCarty caught for 40 and in his next over trapped Chathura Damith lbw for four.
Priyan (26), Jack Stubbs (5) and Stuart Payne (0) fell in quick succession before Jed Rodda (1) was the final wicket to fall and Klemm's ninth scalp.
Klemm's second spell was 6-19 off 7.1 overs as the Jets fell from 4-110 to all out 137.
The Roos then had to face 24 overs before stumps and the Jets ensured the run chase was not going to be easy.
Chris Barber (7), Tyler Hinds (18) and Dylan Gibson (golden duck) didn't hang around long, leaving the Roos 3-32.
Flat's English import Ben Birkhead continued his impressive form by making an unbeaten 32 from 56 balls to lead the Roos to 4-74 at the close of play.
Premiership favourite Strathdale-Maristians took the honours on day one against reigning premier Huntly-North Epsom.
After being sent into bat, the Suns got off to a flyer thanks to Cam Taylor and James Vlaeminck.
The Suns openers whacked 40 runs off the first seven overs and by the end of the 12th over they were 0-61.
Brett Elvey and Adam Ward slowed the run rate of the Suns' openers and their tight bowling was rewarded when they dismissed Taylor (60) and Vlaeminck (36) in successive overs with the score on 100.
Taylor and Vlaeminck's four opening partnerships this season have been 54, 111, 81 and 100.
Grant Waldron (9) and Ben DeAraugo (3) fell cheaply, but Suns' number four Jack Neylon threatened to take the game away from the Power when he raced to 53 off 59 balls.
However, when he fell the Suns had slipped to 5-171 and they needed a steadying partnership.
That's exactly what they got from Daniel Clohesy (45) and Sam Johnston (55), who added 103 for the sixth wicket to ensure the home side posted a more than competitive total.
After copping some stick early, Huntly opening bowler Lewis Stabler bounced back well to finish with 5-73 off 16 overs.
Alex Pearson's maiden first XI century lifted Bendigo to 260 against Eaglehawk at Canterbury Park.
The left-hander belted six sixes and six fours in his 102 off 132 balls as he rescued the Goers from a precarious 4-65.
He received great support from Kayle Thompson, who made a quickfire 48 off 51 balls, including four sixes.
Pearson and Thompson added 92 for the fifth wicket, while Tom Hart chipped in with 25 in a 58-run stand with Person for the seventh wicket.
Leg-spinner Russell Stockdale was Eaglehawk's most successful bowler with 3-86 off 21.4 overs. Youngster Angus Chisholm took 2-32 off 10 overs.
A five-wicket haul to opening bowler Scott Trollope put Golden Square on track for victory against Bendigo United at Harry Trott Oval.
Trollope took 5-22 off 17 overs as the Redbacks lost their final eight wickets for just 38 runs.
Trollope bowled fast and full, with three of his five wickets lbw.
Jake Klemm (43) and Adrian Cronin (23) were the only BUCC batsmen to pass 20.
The Bulldogs had a potentially dangerous 14 overs to face before stumps.
Ryan Hartley (21) was the only casualty and Jake Higgins (14 not out) and Scott Johnson (10 not out) will resume next Saturday with the score 1-49.
An 84-run ninth-wicket partnership gave White Hills the edge in its clash with Sandhurst at Weeroona Oval.
A middle-order collapse saw White Hills slump from 2-112 to 8-180 and in danger of being bowled out for less than 200.
However, the Demons added 105 for their final two wickets thanks largely to Dylan Bailie (69) and Linc Jacobs (36).
Bailie hit five fours and four sixes in his 70-ball stay as he combined with Jacobs (four fours and one six) in an innings-saving partnership.
Earlier, Gavin Bowles' 35th first XI career half-century had put the Demons in a strong position.
Bowles made 70 off 151 balls before he became one of Taylor Beard's five wickets.
The Sandhurst skipper was outstanding, bowling a marathon 34 overs for figures of 5-69 - his second-straight five-wicket haul.
With spinner Sam Sperling injured, Beard and opening partner Matt Combe (3-85) bowled 58 of the 83 overs.
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