Colts and Uralla started their Walcha cricket 2018-19 season campaign on the right foot when they recorded wins over Kentucky and Round Swamp last Saturday at John Oxley Sportsground.
Colts racked up a score of 5/205 off their 20 overs against an under-strength Kentucky with opener Ed Blomfield contributing 79 runs which included five sixes and seven fours.
Number three batsman Mitch Scrivener knocked up 59 before he was run out and put on an 86-run second wicket partnership with Blomfield.
Opener Thor Crombie made 22 runs, Dan Hunt 14 and schoolboy Ben Hall 10 not out.
Kentucky bowlers Brad Partridge, Daniel Blanch, Ethan Mills and Wayne Boyd all took a wicket each.
In reply, Kentucky were dismissed for 127, from which opener Brad Partridge made 37, veteran Steph Sweeney 29 not out, Daniel Boyd 23 and Stephen Haslem 13, which included three boundaries.
For Colts, Mitch Scrivener completed a good all-round game, taking 2-24 off his four overs. Teenager Tommy Le Strande snared 2/4, while opener Ed Blomfield and Troy Tape both collected a wicket each.
Swamp batted first in the other match, amassing 2-136 off their 20 overs, thanks mainly to opener Steve Eveleigh with 49 runs and Clint Lyon with 46. Both batsmen remained unbeaten.
Opener Lee Harrison made 16 and Barry Hoy 10. Both were dismissed by Andrew Fuller before he finished with 2-33 off four overs.
Man of the match Cameron Wood belted six sixes and seven fours on his way to an unconquered 87, while Chris Herd hit 22 runs and remained not out.
Uralla were in their 17th over when they passed their assignment, finishing at 3-140.
For Swamp, Luke Wellings, Liam Brennan and Ossie Kuhr all took a wicket each.
This Saturday, Colts travel to Uralla, while Swamp do battle with Kentucky at the Park.