BATSMEN Heath Callaby and Craig Wilson put on a twenty20 masterclass in Lubeck-Murtoa's 153-run annihilation of Blackheath-Dimboola in B Grade action at Kalkee on Saturday.
The Mudlarks batted first, with Callaby, 121 not out, and Wilson, 75, putting on an unbeaten 192-run stand as the visitors made 1-216, scoring at a rate of almost 11 runs an over.
Wilson said it was a delight to watch his batting partner in full flight.
"Heath got his hundred in about 14 overs," he said.
"It was pretty easy for me at the other end I was just hitting singles and leaving it to him.
"That's two weeks in a row now that he has belted the ball all over the park."
Blackheath-Dimboola could only manage 6-53 in response.
Rup-Minyip returned to the winners' circle with an impressive 67-run victory over top side Quantong at Minyip Oval.
The Bombers were on-song early, taking three quick wickets to have their opponents on the ropes at 3-21.
But Jordan Tegelhuter, 88, and Blake Young, 45, combined for a 128-run stand for the fourth wicket to guide their side to a mammoth 8-189.
Tim Brand, 2-64, and Troy Dumesny, 2-44, copped the majority of the punishment from the clean-hitting teenagers.
Sam Weddell was the pick of the Quantong bowlers with 3-26.
The Bombers were always going to be up against it with a run rate of 9.5 an over required to win.
Paul Walter smashed his way to 48 but the experienced campaigner lacked support as batsmen crumbled around him.
When Walter fell late in the chase, all hope was lost.
Jason Farlow, 2-24, bowled well and Young continued his solid return from a rolled ankle, taking 2-17.
Horsham Saints wicket-keeper batsman Simon McKinnon silenced his critics with a match-winning 92 against Laharum his second consecutive half-century.
McKinnon blasted the Mountain Men to all parts of their home ground in a David Warner-like display, with the Saints passing their opponents' mediocre total of 121 with more than seven overs to spare.
Richard Nagorcka was the best of the Laharum batsmen, scoring 50 before getting run out.
Saints left-arm paceman Xavier Chesterfield, 2-27, was the only multiple wicket-taker for the match.
In the final game of round 10, Colts fell 16 runs short of a breakthrough win against Natimuk-Goroke at Dudley Cornell Park number two oval.