Hawkesdale's Ben Julius says there weren't any great secrets to his 4-5 haul at Killarney Recreation Reserve on Saturday.
The all-rounder, who bowls off-spin, proved crucial to his side's big win against the Crabs in the Grassmere Cricket Association round five clash.
"I'm pretty straight forward," he said.
"A straight up and down bowler with not much spin.
"I just let the batters make mistakes really and they did that four times today so I was lucky."
Julius, who was on a hat-trick at one stage, said he didn't mind giving his deliveries some flight.
"I was looping them up a little bit, giving them a bit more air," he said.
"The batters just see a slow ball and they try and hit it out of the park."
Killarney could only managed 91 before Jacob Linke's 45 not out took the Cats to a comfortable victory.
Despite the tidy figures, Julius said they weren't his best.
He said he had taken two five-wicket hauls before.
The spinner, who played with Killarney last season, was on familiar territory on Saturday.
"I came back to Hawkesdale this year after playing last year with my brothers-in-law at Killarney," he said.
The 29-year-old, who was the Cats captain a few years ago, said he had enjoyed being back at the club.
"It's really good, its a great club, they're a great bunch of blokes," he said.
"It's super to come back and winning makes it much easier."
The Cats are undefeated after five rounds and have Mailors Flat and Grassmere before the Christmas break.
Julius said he was excited about those encounters.
"It'll be good to come against a couple of teams up the top," he said.
"Our game against Panmure, it got washed out at the start of the year so we haven't really played anyone up the top yet."
The all-rounder said his team wanted to complement its bowling with some solid batting performances.
"If we can really knuckle down on our batting and make a big score I don't think many teams would be able to make a good score against our bowling," he said.
Meanwhile, Grassmere defeated Wangoom at Purnim after posting 168.
Opener Justin Coates set up the victory with his 51 from 96 balls.
Wangoom made 142 from its 45 overs in reply.
An under-manned Panmure Bulldogs got the job done against Mailors Flat.
Stephen Blacker and Tom Mahony's 38 runs apiece took the Bulldogs to a formidable 190 off their 45 overs.
Lachlan Boyle's 69 wasn't enough as his side fell 35 runs short.
Yambuk beat Purnim at home as Joseph Forrest top-scored with 59 runs.
He helped his team chase down Purnim's total of 113.
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