It was T20 time for the Shoalhaven District Cricket Association's fourth grade players on Saturday.
Berry Shoalhaven Heads' Mathew Griffith looks like he enjoys the T20 format and he led his team to victory over Bay and Basin at Zealand Oval.
Berry batted first made 4/146 and then dismissed the Basin for 7/122.
Griffth made 73 runs with four maximums and six boundaries.
North Nowra Cambewarra v Batemans Bay
North Nowra Cambewarra's 7/112 was enough to give it victory over Batemans Bay, also at Zealand Oval.
Alex Parsons batted Norths to victory and his 45 runs included three sixes and three boundaries.
Luke Gallen, Paul Cullen and Rob Frawley all took two wickets for the Bay.
Tyler Frawley was the Bay's leading batsman with 27 runs.
Mark Edwards helped bowl North to victory by taking three wickets and the Bay was all out for 78 runs.
Nowra v Sussex Inlet
A 165 run total will always be competitive in a T20 match and this score put Nowra at Ison Park, South Nowra against Sussex Inlet in command.
Sussex, in reply was all out for 9/67 and would have liked to at least got into triple figures.
The damaging Blake Horton put Nowra in control with 47 runs which included five maximums and two boundaries.
Blake Hill, 30 runs with three sixes and a boundary, and Jarrod Horton, 26 runs with two maximums and three boundaries, also joined in the fun.
Michael McCarthy took three wickets for Sussex, while Will Calladine, Issaiah Boyes and Brendan Calladine got two apiece.
Geoff Webber, 15 runs with one six and one boundary, was the only Sussex batter to reach double figures.
John White took four wickets for Nowra.
Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemens v Ulladulla United
Bryce Goldfinch was one shot away from a century for Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemens against Ulladulla United at Lyrebird Park.
Goldfinch made 96 runs in his team's total of 6/128.
United did well with the bat but at stumps 8/103.
Goldfinch's dominant innings included 13 boundaries and a six.
Darren Smith captured two wickets for United.
Bodhi Morgan took charge of things for United and his 63 runs with two maximums and nine boundaries was an entertaining knock.
Shane Connell, with two wickets, was Ex-Servos most successful bowler.