Two games were decided in the final over in a thrilling round of Upper Loddon cricket.
Kingower held on to defeat Wedderburn Band by one run, while Newbridge needed all of its 35 overs to chase down Serpentine's total.
After being sent into bat, Kingower battled its way to 6-112 off its 35 overs in tough batting conditions.
Jayden Leach top-scored with 44 for Kingower, while Cam Perry (2-9) and Kevin Walton (2-13) were the pick of the Wedderburn bowlers.
Wedderburn Band looked set to cause an upset, but when Perry fell for 43 late in the innings the home side fell apart.
Needing two runs to win with two wickets in hand, Weddburn Band lost its final two wickets on 111 and Kingweor celebrated a one-run win.
Brett Wilson claimed 3-29 with the ball for Kingower.
Some late heroics from tailender Mason Storey lifted Newbridge to victory over Serpentine.
Batting at number 10, Storey made 16 not out to get his side over the line in the last over.
Serpentine had posted a competitive 9-141 thanks to 43 from Charlie Bellenger and 41 from Jayden Baber.
In reply, Newbridge struggled to build a significant partnership.
Tas Fitzallen (22) and Tristan Fitzallen (20) batted well, but it was Serpentine's wayward bowling that kept Newbridge in the game. Serpentine bowled 18 wides and 10 no-balls in a total of 40 extras.
Denny Gladman took 5-39 for Serpentine before Storey won the game for Newbridge.
Cameron Dale (47 and 3-17) guided Arnold to a comfortable win over Inglewood.
Dale and Phil Scholes (39) were best with the bat in Arnold's total of 160. Rhys Roberts (4-29) and Jack McHale (3-29) bowled well for Inglewood.
In reply, Inglewood was dismissed for 105, with Nathan Johns (31) the top scorer. Ryan Metelmann (4-17) had the best figures for Arnold.
In the final game of the round, Bridgewater cruised to a comfortable win over Boort-Yando.
Bridgewater bowlers Ben Hann (3-15), Tom McKinley (2-19) and Darcy Wood (2-20) restricted Boort-Yando to 9-92 off 35 overs.
Drew Crilly (30) batted well for the home side.
McKinley followed up his good bowling performance with an unbeaten 50 with the bat as Bridgewater made 4-101 off 25 overs when stumps were pulled.
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