Dumbleyung recorded their first victory of the Upper Great Southern Cricket Association season in thrilling fashion against Cuballing in round seven on Saturday. After setting 192 for victory, Dumbleyung held their nerve to score a tense two-run victory thanks to a superb bowling performance from Kalan Joyce and Byron Blevin. Cuballing were 8-189 needing a further three runs for victory with Roger Ballard and Caleb Dewing at the crease. However, two late wickets from Blevin, who first removed Roger Ballard for 34 and then Dewing for a duck helped Dumbleyung claim their first win of the season as Cuballing were bowled out for 189. Cuballing fell to 2-25 before Kendall Ballard and Wouter Moolman shared in an 82-run partnership to get their side closer to victory. However, Cuballing lost 5-17 through the middle of their innings after Kendall Ballard was dismissed, as Joyce did the damage with the ball before Blevin sealed the result. Kendall Ballard finished on 92 from 66 balls to go with contributions from Moolman (21) and Roger Ballard (34). Joyce took 5-37 off 10 overs, while Blevin claimed 3-44 from his 10 overs, including four maidens. Dumbelyung reached 4-191 batting first with Joyce and Blevin the key run scorers. Joyce made 57 while Blevin added 43 as they opened the batting together. Meanwhile, Wandering produced some brilliant late bowling to defeat Lake Grace. Lake Grace made their way to 4-225 chasing 241 for victory, but lost 4-5. They recovered to get within sight of victory but in the end ran out of overs, finishing 8-236. Blake White (2-41) and Byran Hardie (2-48) were the multiple wicket takers for Wandering. Matt Trevenen made a terrific 71 from 51 at the top of the order, while Jack Trevenen (52) and Kane Pinney (42) chipped in with the bat for Lake Grace. Wandering posted 6-241 after Bailey Parsons smashed 70 from 59 balls and Blake Warburton chipped in with 54. Pingelly-Noonebin recorded a resounding win over Towns in their round-seven fixture, winning by nine wickets. Towns were restricted to 7-126 batting first as six bowlers from Pingelly-Noonebin took a wicket. Perrin Quartermaine finished unbeaten on 62 at the top of the order, but he had little support. In reply, Tom Blechynden and Dylan Kirk guided their side home with ease as their 126-run partnership proved the difference. Pingelly-Noonebin finished on 1-126 with Blechynden unbeaten on 72 and Kirk 47 not out.