AN unbeaten 102 from star all-rounder Cameron Taylor guided Strathdale-Maristians to an eight-wicket win over White Hills in their Bendigo District Cricket Association clash at Bell Oval on Saturday.Chasing the Demons’ 8-188, the Suns replied with 2-189, winning with three overs to spare.Taylor batted through the Suns’ innings in compiling his maiden first XI century for the club as his outstanding season continued.Taylor faced 132 balls and hit nine boundaries. He was particularly dominant through the off-side, where he scored 84 of his 102 runs.After six rounds, Taylor now leads the BDCA in runs (318) and wickets (18) after his leg-spin also claimed 3-24 off nine overs against the Demons.Taylor was well-supported in the run-chase by the in-form Andrew Chalkley (47 off 47, six boundaries), and brother Dom Taylor (27 n.o. off 51).Opener Travis King (11) was run-out by a direct hit from Glenn Roulston at point, meaning the only Demons’ bowler to take a wicket was Aaron Monro (1-20). Earlier, White Hills captain Gavin Bowles’ super form continued as he made 79 not out to again be the mainstay of the Demons’ innings.Bowles started his innings in the 10th over with the score at 1-30 and faced 97 balls, hitting one four and six sixes.However, wickets tumbled around him constantly as the Demons had just one partnership of more than 50 – the 57 Bowles and Matt Lambert (16) put on for the eighth wicket.Spinners Cameron Taylor and Craig Howard (2-33) combined for five of the Suns’ wickets.● Golden Square remains on top of the ladder after continuing its dominance over Kangaroo Flat.Square – which hasn’t lost to Kangaroo Flat since February, 2006 – won by 43 runs at Wade Street.Batting first, Golden Square made 7-191 off its 45 overs.Square had been 3-49 in the 19th over, before Scott Johnson and Jason Johnson shared in a 96-run partnership for the fourth wicket that lasted into the 38th over.Scott Johnson top-scored for Square with 66 off 123 balls, during which he hit four boundaries, before he was bowled by Brent Hamblin in the 44th over.Jason Johnson made 32 off 55 balls. He too was dismissed by Hamblin, who was the Roos’ best bowler with 4-30.Square’s 191 was assisted by Kangaroo Flat bowling 39 extras, including 24 wides.Kangaroo Flat answered with 148, with the Roos on the backfoot once they fell to 4-55 in the 18th over.Batting at No.3, veteran Brad Orton made 58, hitting five boundaries and two sixes, while the only other player to pass 20 was captain Adam Burns (26).The Roos had been 5-130, before their last five wickets fell for 18 runs as Square spinner Jamie Fitzgibbon (4-4 off four overs) ripped through the tail.● Bendigo United belted a disappointing Bendigo by 117 runs at Harry Trott Oval.Set 203 to win by the Redbacks, the Goers batted like a team sitting on the bottom of the ladder as they were dismissed for just 85 in 28.5 overs.It was Bendigo’s lowest score since it was dismissed for 30 against Kangaroo Flat in round eight of the 2007-08 season.The rot started for the Goers when Glenn Franzi (0) was bowled by Marcus Smalley (2-20) in the third over, with the Goers losing their remaining nine wickets in the 3rd, 5th, 8th, 12th, 17th, 22nd (two), 25th, 26th and 29th overs.Just three players made double figures – teenager John Howorth (25), veteran Mark Ryan (16) and Joel Mortimer (10) – while there were four ducks.The best partnership was the 21 Howorth and Ryan put on for the fourth wicket.Patrick Naughtin was the Redbacks’ leading wicket-taker with 3-10 off five overs.Earlier, opener Mark Di Fede’s 71 set up the Redbacks’ 5-202.Di Fede faced 102 balls and hit 10 boundaries in his 71 before his dismissal in the 30th over left the Redbacks 3-116.In his first hit of the season-proper, Heath Behrens made 11 off 19 before he was bowled by Hayden Polglase (1-28).Leigh McDermott (47 n.o.), who batted with an injured groin, and Joel Spry (34 n.o. off 37) shared in an unbroken partnership of 72 over the last seven overs.