WAGGA continued its domination of the O'Farrell Cup, with a 180-run win over Holbrook at Robertson Oval.
Wagga are just one win away from completing successive perfect O'Farrell Cup seasons.
Batting first, Wagga made a big total of 6-279 before bowling Holbrook out for less than 100.
Jordan Lawrence (39) and Brayden Ambler (26) got Wagga off to a fast start before Wagga capitalised.
Captain Joel Robinson led the way, scoring 90 and putting on 133 with Josh Thompson (75) for the third wicket.
With a powerful effort at the top of the order, Robinson thought early partnerships were the key.
"We had a couple of good partnerships and that helped out with the batting," Robinson said.
"The outfield was fast and Thommo (Thompson) and I had a good partnership to get to a good score in the end."
Wagga's bowlers shared the wickets.
Two late wickets from Nick Grant gave him the best figures of 3-8 while Thompson and Kurt Robertson both taking two.
Henderson also had big hand in the win, taking five dismissals, four catches and a stumping, with the gloves.
Chasing the big total, wickets came early with Holbrook slumping to 3-25 early.
Dylan Farrell was the only Holbrook batsman to offer any resistance, making 30 before being removed by Thompson.
Robinson was impressed with another tidy bowling effort from the team.
"We bowled well, tight early which made it hard for them to score," Robinson said.
"With a bit of scoreboard pressure the wickets came after that and everyone did their bit."
West Wyalong is the last challenge of the season, and despite a big winning streak Robinson doesn't want to underestimate his rivals.
"We can't take them lightly and they have a couple of players who play here in town this year, Brett Davies and Jesse Hampton, so there is a bit of experience there.
"We will have a pretty similar team next week and will go in confident."
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