Sandhurst's stunning start to the BDCA women's competition continued on Sunday.
The Dragons scored their fourth-straight win on the back of another brilliant bowling performance.
The flag favourite dismissed Golden Square for just 32 in 19.3 overs.
The strength of Sandhurst's attack is in its depth. Six bowlers took wickets, with Amanda O'Neill (2-0 off three overs) and Jackie Crawford (2-0) leading the charge.
The Dragons then took just 28 balls to win the match.
They lost Kate Shallard on the first ball of the innings, but Maree Pearce smashed six boundaries to make 28 not out in Sandhurst's score of 1-36.
Bendigo's bowlers set up an easy win over West Bendigo at Ken Wust Oval.
Steph Demeo (3-4) ruined the Redbacks' top-order and Ella Griffin (2-14) chipped in with two wickets in the middle-order as West Bendigo crumbled to be all out for 60.
Skipper Madison Cleeland played a lone hand with the bat for West Bendigo.
Batting at number four, Cleeland made 28, including six fours.
Bendigo's opening batters made light work of the run chase.
Letesha Bawden smashed 57 off 36 balls, including nine fours and one six, while Lila keck made 24 off 21 balls, including three fours and one six.
The duo added 79 for the first wicket.
Allira James hit five boundaries in her score of 25 as Bendigo raced to 5-173 off its 25 overs.
Chloe Kilcullen (2-31) was the only multiple wicket-taker for West Bendigo.
Strathdale-Maristians chased down Bendigo Goers' competitive total at Shadforth Park.
The Goers posted a good score of 124 on the back of 31 from Rachael Gray, 17 from Brit Mueck and 16 from Hannah Graham.
Meg O'Callaghan (2-13), Bridget Gallagher (2-22) and Meg Lockhart (2-29) bowled well for Strathdale.
Laurel Prowse (35 off 31 balls) and Emily Bakes (27 off 39 balls) put Strathale in a strong position before a late collapse opened the game for the Goers.
It took Shelley DeAraugo (17 not out) and O'Callaghan (16 not out) to ensure Strathdale got over the line.
Emma Windridge (2-14) and Tina Benoit (2-15) did their best with the ball to give the Goers a chance of winning.
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Strathdale-Maristians Blue overcame an improved Strathfieldsaye.
Strathfieldsaye posted its best score of the season, 4-130.
Keely Fullerton (19 not out) and Sharon Kemp (18 not out) led the way for a Jets' side that was aided by 62 extras from Strathdale.
In reply, Strathdale Blue made 3-147 with skipper Jayne Demeo hitting six fours in a fine 35 off 32 balls.
Tara Thomas added an unbeaten 35 off 43 balls and Bella Eddy chipped in with 17 not out.
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Recruit Mayumi Virajani played a crucial role in Kangaroo Flat's win over California Gully.
Virjani batted last for the Roos, but produced a fine knock of 40 not out off 32 balls, including six fours.
Virjani and Chelsey Collinson (21) added 76 for the final wicket to get the Roos out of trouble.
Earlier, Steph Wearne made 23 in the Roos' total of 148.
Melissa Freestone was best with the ball for the Cobras, with figures of 3-35.
California Gully made a good fist of the run chase, but fell 30 runs short.
Hannah Kenny (34), Jasmine Burzacott (30) and Crystal West (20) batted well as the Conras reached 4-118 off 25 overs.
Kangaroo Flat 15
Strathdale Blue 15
West Bendigo 12
Bendigo Goers 9
Golden Square 9
California Gully 6
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