When Steve Denison made his way out to the middle of Leschenault Recreation Reserve on Saturday, it felt like something special was about to happen. Unfortunately for third grade outfit Capel, they were on the receiving end, as the Leschenault master-blaster smashed 83 off 44 balls during the Green Caps’ 21-run victory. During Denison’s aerial onslaught of seven boundaries and seven sixes, spectators were forced to keep their eyes open, as all parts of the ground were peppered. Along with a brilliant knock from Jason Shine (55 off 63 balls), the Green Caps amassed 8-284 off 45 overs. In reply, Capel narrowly fell short, with Dennis Tucker finishing unbeaten on 92. Harvey-Benger’s wretched run of results in second grade continued on Sunday at the Bunbury Recreation Ground, after falling to second-placed Colts by 20 runs. The defeat was Harvey-Benger’s fourth in a row, which has placed them a game out of the top-four. Solid bowling from the visitors early in the game put Colts in a spot of bother, who crashed to 3-25 and 5-84. Set 166 for victory, Harvey-Benger looked to be on course for a precious away triumph — however a 4-30 collapse following the dismissal of opener Haydn Jones ultimately snuffed these hopes.