THE top versus bottom clash in Horsham A Grade was more one-sided than expected, with Homers belting 5-390 against a hapless Colts team at Sunnyside at the weekend.
Colts had a perfect start to the afternoon when Craig Britten dismissed Simon Hopper for a duck.
But that was about as good as it got for Britten and his charges, with the Colts skipper getting belted for 119 from his 23 overs.
Both Chris Hopper, 141 not out, and Jason Templeton, 101, reached triple figures in a dominant display from the premiership hopefuls.
Hopper has been one of the competition's most prolific run-scorers this season, scoring 460 runs at an average of 77, including two centuries and two half-centuries.
Lachlan Jones, 93, and Tim Hopper, 29 not out, also contributed.
Four late wickets to Noradjuha-Toolondo's Ben Anson has got his side right back into the match against Rup-Minyip at Horsham City Oval.
The Blue Panthers dismissed their opponents for 161 thanks to returning all-rounder Ryan Metelmann.
Metelmann showed no signs of jet lag on his way to a five-wicket haul, just 48 hours after touching down from the US. Clinton Midgley, 3-43, and Craig Morgan, 2-28, were also among the wickets.
Blackheath-Dimboola has the upper hand against Jung Tigers at Dimboola Recreation Reserve.
The Bulls rolled Jung for 142 late on day one, with Lachie Watts, 5-46, and Ash Avery, 4-11, doing the damage.
David Puls took the wicket of Travis Hair to give the Tigers some hope.
Laharum has set itself another big chase, this time against the in-form Horsham Saints.
The Saints posted 261 at Dudley Cornell Park, with Clint King leading the way with 77.
Wicket-keeper batsman Ben Peucker blasted his way to 30 but is unavailable to play for the Mountain Men on day two.
The visitors will resume their innings at 1-52, with Josh Mahoney the only man dismissed.