Koroit has gone a long way to securing a place in the Warrnambool and District Cricket Association division two finals series.
Last Saturday, the Saints produced their best batting performance for the season to defeat third-placed Dennington.
The Dogs had made 180 and had Koroit in trouble at one stage on 4-42.
But with help from Matthew Webster (28) and a determined middle-late order, Thomas Sinnott produced a match-winning performance.
Sinnott made an unbeaten 74 as the Saints finished on 8-181 with two overs to spare.
Koroit has a two-day bye over the next fortnight and are 10 points clear in the top six.
In division three, it was a stand-out performance from batsman Nick Sinnott that was the highlight.
Sinnott made 106 from 119 balls in the Saints score of 9-197 against Dennington.
Unfortunately, the Dennington batting line-up was also in top form, recording 3-205 in just 24 overs.
Jayden Whitehead was Koroit's most successful bowler, grabbing two wickets.
This week Koroit has a home game against East Warrnambool YCW.
In the under 15s, Koroit had a win over Nestles-Northern Raiders last Sunday, with Dakota Davidson (43) top scoring.
In the under 13s, Koroit will play Mortlake-Cobden in a semi-final at Bushfield this Saturday morning.
It will be the start of a two-day encounter.
In division one, Port Fairy drew with Woodford in a rain affected game last round.
The highlight for the Pirates was a haul from Sam Wilson (5-49).
This week is the start of a two-day away game against Dennington and a win would make sure the Pirates make the finals.
In division two, Port Fairy had an eventful draw against West Warrnambool.
The Panthers made 84 batting first, with the Pirates making 9-59 in reply.
Ruben De Silva-Smith took four wickets in an impressive display for Port Fairy.
The Pirates under 15s team had a good win over Koroit last Friday night.
Chasing 162, Port Fairy's batsmen were up to the task, ending the night on 6-202.
Sam Allen (62) and Kaden Wilson (53) made half-centuries.
The under 17s girls team lost its game to a strong Allansford-Panmure team last Wednesday.
Port Fairy batted and made 5-94 from 23 overs.
The innings was based around Maddie Green, who made an unbeaten 32 from 18 balls.
With the ball, the Pirates needed early wickets but were unable to achieve this feat.
This meant they couldn't to assert the required pressure, with Allansford-Panmure cruising to 3-120.
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