ALBION were too strong for Whitehaven in Saturday’s second grade action thanks to a dominant performance from Garry Briggs.
A nine-wicket match from Briggs [4-9 and 5-45] saw Albion pick up an outright victory at McAndrew Park restricting Whitehaven to 110 in their second innings.
Despite an unbeaten 52 from Matthew Hall, Whitehaven were only able to face 26.3 overs on day two after bowling out Albion for 49 in their first innings.
Needing 98 for victory, Jake Vigor helped carry Albion over the line with 57 not out backed up by Trent White with 23.
In the day’s other match, Mornington were unsuccessful in their attempts to reel in the mammoth 308 set by Kookaburras in the first innings.
Andrew Johns  played a lone hand for his side as they fell to be all out for 198 after being 3-122.
Myles Conn was the pick of the bowlers for Kookaburras picking up 2-15, while Alex Seach and Clinton Coward each claimed two wickets.