For the second week running St Michaels have secured first innings points on day one.
After a big win over Lake Albert, the Saints cruised past Wagga RSL's total of 109 at Wagga Cricket Ground on Saturday.
Coming off his first century in Wagga cricket, captain Beck Frostick again led the way.
He's unbeaten on 58 while fellow Englishman James Evans returning to form and is 43 not out.
The pair went to university together and enjoyed their day out.
"It was pleasing to get some runs with James," Frostick said.
"We were having a giggle batting together as we really haven't since he's been here.
"It was pleasing for him to get some runs and hopefully he kicks on next week to get his 50."
Tom Williams and Dave Garness set the tone as they claimed three wickets each to rip through the batting order of the Bulldogs.
RSL were 4-14 before Todd Henderson (25), Will Morley (24) and captain Sam Perry (22 not out) helped them reach triple figures.
Frostick was impressed with the bowling display.
"We started off well with the new ball, but I don't think it was a bad deck but they just gave away their wickets too easily," he said.
"It was a credit to the bowlers who put it in the right areas and got the rewards."
Saints are now on the hunt for an outright victory.
Frostick is looking to learn from last week's unsuccessful attempt.
"We'll not look to bat as long as we did last week," he said.
"Hopefully we can get some more overs in and if they get over our score we can chase them down to get the full outright points.
St Michaels resume at 2-123, a lead of 14.