Josh Baker produced another excellent performance for Northern District CC in their nine-wicket victory over Fairfield-Liverpool CC in their New South Wales Premier Cricket fixture.

Baker took four tickets as Fairfield-Liverpool were dismissed for 102 in 38 overs after choosing to bat.

The Worcestershire spinner finished with figures of 9-1-10-4, following on from his six-wicket haul from the previous weekend.

He came on in the second change for the 12th over and quickly struck twice in the opening spell of 2-7 from six overs.

After taking another two wickets when he returned for the 34th over, Baker was not required to bat as Northern District reached their target in just 20.5 overs.

Ed Pollock played a role in St. George CC's five-wicket triumph on the second day of New South Wales Premier Cricket first grade match versus Blacktown Mounties.

Pollock hit 37 off just 23 balls with five boundaries, hitting a strike rate of 160.86.

The opener was second out with the total on 66 in the 10th over but St. George ramped up a solid run total to reach 231-5 in 58.1 overs.

Ethan Brookes spent day one of Prahran's Victorian Premier Cricket first grade fixture against Carlton CC in the field.

Worcestershire's new signing managed figures of 8-0-21-1, as Carlton finished on 303-7 from 90 overs with the match to be completed next weekend.

Adam Finch ended with figures of 13-2-37-0 in Sturt CC's meeting with Adelaide in the South Australia Cricket Association Premier Cricket division.

Finch then made eight off 52 balls batting at number nine as Sturt closed on 122-9 in reply to Adelaide's 231 all out.

Gareth Roderick registered four catches behind the stumps as he captained Green Point CC to a win over Rylands CC in the Western Province Premier Division by nine wickets.

Rylands were dismissed for 46 in 22 overs meaning Roderick was not required to bat as Green Point reached 47-1 in just 10.5 overs, securing a sixth win in their last seven matches.

Cameron Jones bowled six overs for 21 runs as first change, while also making 11 of 25 balls for Collingwood Park as they lost by 20 runs to Mount Barker Bulls.

Adam Hose was dismissed for a single in Desert Vipers defeat to MI Emirates by 30 runs in the International League T20 in Abu Dhabi.