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Hawks stay at the top
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St Clair Hawks first grade continued their impressive run with a win over Springwood at Lomatia Park on Saturday.

The Hawks batted first and were well led by Brent Williams (64) and skipper Brandon Rasmus (65 not out) at the top of the order.

Some big hitting from Dean Carr (48) in the middle order gave the Hawks a competitive 237 before they were bowled out in the 40th over.

Springwood never got going in their run chase and could only manage 106 before they were bowled out in the 24th over.

Steven Frew (4/20) and Adam Weir (3/41) were the stars with the ball for the Hawks.

The win kept the Hawks on the top of the ladder and they will be looking to stay there when they take on Panthers at Jamison Park next week.

Close call for Penrith

Penrith suffered a narrow loss to Mosman in their round 10 Sydney Grade clash at Howell Oval.

It went right down to the wire, with the visitors claiming victory on the final ball of the day.

Kishen Velani was the top-scorer for Penrith, who posted 9/206 from their 50 overs, after they won the toss and batted first.

Gregory West (4/28) and Matthew Day (3/27) did the most damage with the ball for Mosman.

Mosman made a strong start to their run chase, thanks to openers David Lowery (43) and Nicholas Browne (44).

Former test spinner Jason Krejza top-scored for Mosman with a handy 45 runs.

It was Ben van der Merwe who finished the job for Mosman, hitting the winning runs 21 not out.

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