Tamworth have crushed Glen Innes in a second round Connolly Cup clash at No 1 Oval on Sunday.
Old Boys veteran Adam Lole remained unbeaten on 39 as Tamworth passed Glen Innes' total of 71 in the 19th over. They lost two wickets.
It was Tamworth's first win, after an opening round bye.
Electing to bat after winning the toss, Glen Innes lost opener Nathan Purvis with no runs on the board - and it obviously did not get any better from there.
Opener Ian Law top-scored for Glen Innes with 20.
Sam Murphy (3-6 off six overs) and Kilian Apen (3-22 off six overs) were Tamworth's most effective bowlers.
In the run chase, Tamworth lost Thomas Haling (13) and Travis Ling (2).
Kayne Shearman finished on 10 not out.
Tamworth manager Kevin Attard said home side's bowlers "certainly got us off on the right track".
The first four bowlers used by Tamworth are teenagers.
They are Josh Attard, Matthew Holmes, Murphy and Apen.
Attard, the father of Josh, said Tamworth would have batted had they won the toss.
"It was a good win," he said.