GCA - Swifts/Great Western's winning streak has come to an end courtesy of arch rival and last year's premiers Tatyoon.
The Combine have been the competition pace setters following nine rounds of cricket and their decision to send Tatyoon out to bat backfired, with the visitors snatching first innings points.
Chasing Tatyoon's score of 320, the Combine batsmen fought hard but in the end were powerless to stop the Tatyoon pace attack led by usual suspects John Coghlan and Tim McDougall.
The highlight of the day was 78 runs to the ever-reliable Travis Nicholson, while Jacob Seeary (50) and Jackson Dark (34) also battled to save the Combine from defeat.
In the end, the first innings target set by the visitors was far too great with the Combine finishing their innings on 274.
Coghlan was the pick of the Tatyoon bowlers, claiming four wickets while McDougall chipped in with two.
Buangor managed to save themselves from an embarrassing outright loss against Youth Club.
The Clubbers were in control heading into day two of play, resuming at 4/178 with Marcus Marrow and Koby Stewart at the crease.
Stewart only managed three runs while club veteran Marrow was a stand out, winding back the clock to score an unbeaten century.
Following the departure of Stewart, Jamie Solyom took over and hit 12 boundaries on his way to 61 not out with the Clubbers declaring at 5/287.
Jack Ganley was the best of the Buangor bowlers, claiming three wickets.
Buangor batsmen needed to rally following last week's horror first innings when they were bundled out for a mere 94 runs.
The visitors did mount a challenge to Youth Club with Harry Ganley, Tyson Carr and Jarred McGuiness leading the charge.
It was a torrid day for Clubbers bowlers, who were desperately trying to secure maximum points to shore up second spot on the Association ladder.
There were no multiple wicket takers for the home side with Marcus Marrow, Jamie Solyom, Zac Marrow and Phil Hall all managing to snare one each.
Ganley (70), Carr (69) and McGuiness (54 not out) were Buangor's heroes of the afternoon with the side finishing their second innings on 4/257.
Aradale have notched up their second win for the season, securing first innings points against cross town rivals St Andrews.
St Andrews resumed at 1/6 in response to Aradale's first innings score of 234.
Jacob Bates was the only Saint to make double figures in what was a dismal first innings performance from his side.
Opening batsman, Tom Schwab, didn't last long after being run out for just one while Aradale bowler Brent Tate ripped through the Saints lineup, removing Matthew North and Lauchlan Dalgleish in quick succession.
Tate had a day out, returning sensational figures of 5/28 while teammate John Butler (3/31) was also impressive as the Saints were bundled out for 89 runs.
Saints were then sent in to bat again and fared a little better with top order batsman, Lauchlan Dalglish making an unbeaten 83 runs.
Aradale's Jamie Dowling and Jon Townsend claimed two wickets each with the Saints second innings finishing at 6/142.
Sean Mantell and Ned Leithhead both notched up centuries for Halls Gap in their outright win over Chalambar in B grade, while Lee Oliver claimed a stunning 7/27 in Pomonal's B grade victory against Youth Club.