Brilliant centuries from Bevan George and Carl Garrick have guided Cuballing and Wandering to comfortable victories in round 12 of the Upper Great Southern Cricket Association A-grade competition on Saturday. George finished unbeaten on 102 as Cuballing defeated Towns by nine wickets and Garrick posted 106 to guide Wandering to a 71-run win over Williams. Cuballing jumped back to level points with Lake Grace on top of the standings, while Wandering move to outright third. Towns set Cuballing 170 for victory at Clayton Road Oval and it was smooth sailing in the run chase as they got home with 16 balls to spare and nine wickets in hand. George and Kendal Ballard put on 63 for the first wicket before the latter was trapped in front for 33. However that didn’t halt Cuballing’s momentum as Joe Dowling joined George and they added 110 together to steer their side to victory. George hit eight fours and four sixes in his stunning knock off 102 from 135 deliveries, while Dowling finished unbeaten on 31 as Cuballing posted 1-173 from 42.2 overs to secure their seventh win of the season. Earlier, Towns posted 169 as Grady Francis ripped through their batting line-up with a six-wicket haul. Francis took 6-20 off 9.3 overs with four maidens, while brother Brock had figures of 2-22 from nine overs. Luke Sudlow top-scored with 55 and was well-supported by Ruben Scheepers (28), Liam Sweeney (22), Regan Blyth (22) and Tom Munns (20) but they lost 5-10 late in the innings. Wandering proved too good on their home deck, led by Garrick, to notch their sixth win of the season. Batting first, Wandering fell to 4-79 but through a 100-run stand between Garrick and Lewis Parsons they set a decent total. Garrick hit eight fours and two sixes in his unbeaten knock of 106 from 120 balls, while Lewis Parsons added 29 not out as they posted 4-179. Williams were bowled out for 108 in reply with Rodney Ford making 37 and Mitch Hogg adding 20 but they were always in trouble as they lost constant wickets and had no real partnerships of substance. Blake Warburton (3-12), Bill Schorer (3-32) and Bailey Parsons (2-22) did the damage with the ball for Wandering and Williams slipped out of the top four as a result. Pingelly-Noonebin jumped above Williams in fourth spot on net run rate after finishing 152-run winners over Harrismith in Pingelly. Luke Kirk led from the front whacking 91 from 61 balls, which included four fours and nine sixes, and he shared in a 59-run stand with Dylan Kirk (68) and 76-run partnership with Spencer Sewell (13no). Jordan Hughes (26), Jack Blechynden (26) and Tyson Kirk (23) also contributed as Pingelly-Noonebin posted 5-262 batting first. In reply, Harrismith were bowled out for 110. Hughes finished with 4-16 off eight overs for Pingelly-Noonebin and was well-supported by Blair Kemp (3-20) and Henry Blechynden (3-27) as their side recorded a fifth win of the season.