THE Tamworth Warriors have claimed a major milestone, picking up victory in both A and B grade for the first time this season.
While A grade has tasted victory so far this season, it took until Saturday for the club to claim the double.
The day began with the Warriors' B grade side hanging on in a thriller against the Tamworth Cougars.
The 8-7 victory was set up with a five-run opening inning by the Warriors, which saw Brad Redshaw (two singles) and Brent King (one double) get their games off to a positive start.
Tight pitching from Cougars' starting pitcher Steven Young helped keep his side in the game before Lucas Brown (two singles and a double) and Brendon Hopton (two singles) saw the Cougars fall agonisingly short.
The Warriors kept the momentum going into A grade, with Nathan Handsaker starring with three singles, one double and a home run in his side's 15-10 win.
Handsaker was backed up by Andy Bello (three singles) and Vali Orcher (a triple, double and a single.)
Cougars' best hitter of the day was Josh Daley, with two singles and the first of the home runs hit in the match.
Meanwhile, the Armidale Outlaws continued their winning ways, claiming a 17-0 B grade win against the Pandas.
The Pandas gifted the Outlaws 16 unearned runs thanks to a number of costly errors.
Sam McKay was the Outlaws' best hitter with four hits, while eight other players each registered at least one hit.
Rochelle Coull and Brooke Brown were Pandas' hitters for the day, with one hit each.
For the second straight week, the Outlaws' A grade side scored a walk-off victory, this time against the Gunnedah Giants.
Cameron Beat finished with three hits in his side's 9-8 win, while Brodie Cleal was the Giants' best with three hits including a timely triple in the first innings to give his side an early lead.