A sensational unbeaten knock of 150 by Black Star's batsman Trent Cameron has ensured his side took the points when they played the Panthers over the weekend.
Winning the toss and batting, Cameron made his intentions clear from the get go, hammering three fours in the first over of the game and never looking back.
Cameron and Kyle (59) went on to hit a steady 117 run partnership until a Pritchard (1-42) peach removed Kyle in the deep.
This brought Conlan (58 not out) to the crease to join Cameron and the pair dispatched boundary after boundary to help get the Black Stars total to a large 2-309 after 40 overs.
Panthers skipper Ben Ryan said dropping Cameron twice was costly.
"We put down two half chances and he made us pay big time," Ryan said.
Black Stars' opening bowlers Hill (1-16) and Stewart (3-24) strangled the Panthers' top order with line and length, reducing them to 4-32 after ten overs.
The only real fight back came from skipper Ben Ryan (66) and Micheal Genockey (36).
Panthers were all out for 176 falling 133 short.
In the other match of the round Wes 'five wicket' Hall got the Bulls home by just 27 runs.
Batting first the Bulls managed a modest 175 off the back of a patient Hall (33), Alex (26 not out) and number ten batsman Bobby Jackson scoring 25.
Cavaliers' Wellington bowled tight taking 3-22 off seven overs.
Stand in skipper Wellington said Cody Tully bowled tight in his comeback game.
"Tully was the bowler of the day for us taking 3-32 in his first game back since the T20 comp applying the pressure early on by getting an early wicket trapped in front LBW," Wellington said.
At the change of innings Bulls paceman Hussien was welcomed back with open arms taking 2-23 off his eight.
But it was a Wes Hall special as he tore through the Cavs' middle order finishing with 5-20 from his eight.
Only Adam Moes (40) and Wellington (40) stood up.
The Cavaliers were eventually bowled all out for 148.
This week is a bye due to the Australia Day weekend and Goldfield Ashes.
The competition returns on February 1 with the Bulls taking on Black Stars at Sunset Oval and the Panthers taking on Cavaliers at Captain Cook Oval.
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