Wagga City proved they are again on track to challenge for the premiership with a 101-run victory over Kooringal Colts at McPherson Oval on Saturday.
Cats produced an almost complete performance, making 6-191 from their 40 overs before rolling Colts for 90 in just 25 overs.
Jon Nicoll is yet to be dismissed this season after batting Wagga City's 40 overs and finishing unbeaten on 74.
Max Harper led a spirited team effort with the ball as he finished with 3-25 off five overs.
Wagga City coach Rob Nicoll labelled the Cats' bowling performance as one of the best he's seen.
"It's probably the best bowling performance we've put together in a very long time," Nicoll said.
"There were glimpses there last year but everyone did their job (on Saturday).
"Max (Harper) took early wickets, which is what you want, then Colts steadied a bit through (David) Bolton, who is a good bat. But we were hoping to build pressure, which we did, and they went into the 20th over one (wicket) down and then we took nine wickets in the next seven overs.
"It was unheard of. The dam wall burst. It was the best we've bowled and fielded."
Bolton top scored for Colts with 46 and aside from Tom Cox (14), no other player managed to score over five.
The loss continues a bad start to the year for Colts, who are yet to register a win from their first three games.
Nicoll described Wagga City's effort with the bat as 'clunky' but was pleased to get to 191 after losing three wickets in quick succession in the middle of the innings.
He paid tribute to his brother, Jon, who carried the Wagga City innings despite being unwell.
"He definitely didn't bat as well as he would have liked and he didn't hit a boundary, which is very odd for him," Nicoll said.
"He was quite unwell but he sees that as a challenge, not an excuse. He really fought hard and got us to a competitive total."
The Cats will welcome back captain Josh Thompson and Aaron Maxwell for next week's match against Saint Michaels, but Ben Turner and Mitch Cawley are unavailable.