SHOALHAVEN Ex-Servicemens, Bomaderry and Ulladulla United will all go into day two of their respective second grade matches with an advantage, after impressive showings on Saturday.
At Sanctuary Point Oval, Ex-Servos rolled Bay and Basin for 84, thanks to sharp bowling from Gary Fuss (3-23), Nash Connell (2-9), Matthew Spinks (2-11) and Harminder Singh (2-24).
The only Dolphins batsmen to offer any resistance were Mark Walke (17) and Jonathan Hill (15).
In reply, an unbeaten 43 from opener Shane Halliday helped the visitors reach 1-66 at stumps - only requiring a further 19 runs for first innings points.
George Dickie (11 not out) is the other not out batsmen for Ex-Servos, while Hill (1-20) took Basin's lone wicket.
At Bomaderry Oval, the Tigers skittled Nowra for just 36 runs, with Mathew Bell (4-7 off nine overs) doing most of the damage.
In response, the hosts finished the day at 180 all out, with Luke Jurancic (44) and Anthony Johnston (26) steering the side to first innings points.
Cameron Fernie took three wickets on the day for Nowra.
Finally, at the Bernie Regan Sports Complex, United won the toss and elected to bat first.
The visitors managed 117 behind a classy 56 not out from Alex Baccarini - with James Biggs taking 3-23 with the cherry for Norths.
In the chase, the hosts are struggling at 5-64, needing another 54 runs to secure first innings points.
Jack Sweet (33 not out) is the only Norths batsmen to reach double-figures, while Robert Saker has 2-10 for United heading into day two.
The final Shoalhaven District Cricket Association second grade round 10 fixture between Berry-Shoalhaven Heads and Sussex Inlet at the Berry Sports Complex was washed out.