Huntly-North Epsom is within sight of a second-straight BDCA grand final appearance after dominating Strathfieldsaye on day one of their semi-final clash.
The Power's outstanding new ball bowlers Lewis Stabler and Adam Ward were at their brilliant best taking nine wickets between them as the Jets were bundled out for 98.
By stumps, Power opening batsmen Ryan Grundy and Anthony Tanner had negotiated 19 overs to leave their side in command at 0-21.
After taking seven wickets against White Hills in the final home and away season, Stabler produced one of the best spells of the year.
The left-arm paceman from England took the first six wickets of the day and finished with 6-21 from 18 overs, including 13 maidens.
Stabler made the most of a two-paced Strauch Reserve pitch and bowled with great venom.
Crucially for the Power, Stabler removed the Jets' two best players early.
He found the edge of Sri Lankan import Sanith Priyan's bat and he was on his way for a duck.
Much to the delight of the Power, Jets' skipper Ben Devanny chopped a Stabler delivery on to his stumps and departed for nine.
Stabler's six-wicket haul took his season tally to 38 wickets at an average of 10.8.
If it wasn't for a gutsy innings from Jets' teenager Cal McCarty it would have been much worse for Strathfieldsaye.
McCarty showed great temperament and technique to finish 36 not out off 142 balls. The right-hander was the only Jets' player to score more than 13.
While Stabler did the early damage with the ball, Ward took three wickets in his second spell for figures of 3-33 off 17 overs.
Devanny used five bowlers in a bid to get a wicket or two before stumps, but Grundy and Tanner dug in.
Grundy and Tanner will resume on 15 and five respectively on Sunday.
With the class of Danushka Wijemanna, Adam Ward and Sandun Ranathunga still in the Power sheds, it's hard to see the Jets getting back into the game.
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