Leschenault are in the top four of the Bunbury and Districts Cricket Association first grade after a 140-run win over last-placed Dalyellup Beach. The Green Caps won the toss and batted first away from home, with Nico Le Roux and Steve Denison starting strong. The dismissal of Le Roux (19) brought Tyne Dodds to the crease, who combined with Denison for a 106-run stand. Denison fell after a blistering 81 off 63 in which he hit eight fours and a six, leaving Dodds (35) and Thomas Buchanan (39) to continue the assault. A late collapse saw Leschenault bowled out with three balls remaining for a competitive 223. Timothy Bowen (30) and Keagan Lynch (18) were Dalyellup’s only contributors with the bat as the home side stumbled to 83 all out from their 38 overs. All bowlers were in the wickets for the green caps with Shehzad Gondal (3-16 off eight) and Matthew Bowles (3-17 off seven) taking the Lion’s share. Harvey-Benger sit in sixth in the BDCA second grade after falling just short against Hay Park at the weekend. Hay Park were 53 without loss before Matthew Chave (4-15 off nine) and Blake Johnston (1-25 off five) took five wickets in quick succession to have the home side under the pump at 5-79. The visitors steadied as Tex Magennis (47) and Stuart Hayward (27) put on 59 to get Hay Park to 8-164 after their 45 overs. A number of Harvey-Benger’s top order made starts in reply, but none was able to post a big score to anchor the innings. Number six Alex Verrall (37 not out) was a shining light for the home side but ran out of partners as they were bowled out for 156 in the 45th over. Waroona claimed a five-wicket win against White Knights Baldivis in the Wyllie Cup at the weekend thanks to a big sixth wicket partnership. Baldivis won the toss and chose to bat but were in trouble early when Jayden Derosa removed Jai Sinclair (2) to leave the score at 1-9. The White Knights settled and were 1-69 before Liam Thomas claimed the wickets of Willem De Klerk (21) and Wesley Steele (44) in quick succession. The visitors took 4-20 in the latter stages as Baldivis made their way to 7-155 off their 50 overs. Waroona were struggling at 5-52 in reply having lost the big wickets of Jayden Derosa, Rhys Bloxsidge, Ben Wright, Liam Thomas and Nic Rep cheaply. Brandon Burt (72) and Nicholas Milligan (34) then combined for a 104-run partnership to see the side across the line in the 48th over at 5-156.