Uralla suffered their first loss of the season when they were defeated by Round Swamp at the Uralla Sports Ground complex, while Kentucky won their first game of the season after rounding up Colts at the Park.
Batting first Uralla amassed a total of 9-125 off their 20 overs after Jay Grills top scored with 46 and opener Nathan Swann contributed 24.
For Swamp Liam Brennan captured 3-33, opener Lee Harrison 2-18 and Luke Wellings 2-26, Lachie Fletcher claiming the other wicket.
In reply Round Swamp were in a bit of strife at 4-27 before Harrison and Wellings put on a 41 run partnership for the fifth wicket, which ended when Harrison was caught behind for 26 off the bowling of Grills.
From then on Man of the Match Wellings decided the aerial route was best hitting five sixes on his way to a match-winning unbeaten 62.
Swamp had just three deliveries up their sleeve when they passed their assignment. Wellings sealed the result with a boundary off Grills taking the total to 5-126.
Uralla opener Andrew Fuller snared 2-18 while fellow opener Cameron Kelly, Wood and Grills collected a wicket each.
At the Park, Kentucky veteran Steph Sweeney saved the day when he conceded just four singles off the final over to give his team victory by two runs.
Kentucky batted first racking up 129 runs for the loss of just two wickets. Opener Brad Partridge led the way with 57 runs.
He put on 48 for the opening wicket with Michael Aspinall who made 18 before he had his furniture rearrange by Mitchell Scrivener.
Man of the Match Partridge then went on to to add 46 runs with Sweeney who completed a solid game when he remained unconquered on 27.
Scrivener and veteran Rob Bloomfield were the only two Colts bowlers to meet with success.
Colts gave themselves every chance of victory but finished two runs short.
Opener Ed Blomfield made 31, Thor Crombie 27no, Scrivener 25, opener Josh Wellings 19 and Ben Clifton 14no as they replied with 4-127.
Daniel Blanch took two wickets for Kentucky while Daniel Boyd and Partridge claimed a scalp each.
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