WITH a brilliant spell of bowling, Justin Chenoweth took 6/40 off 10 overs to help get Port Lincoln over the line against Eastern Eyre at Cowell on Sunday.
Brodie Pearson and Kay opened the batting for Eastern Eyre and with only 10 runs on the board in the fifth over Ryan Cottrell had Kay caught by Watson for seven and Ramsey came to the crease.
He and Pearson put on a 35-run partnership, which unfortunately for Eastern Eyre was the biggest partnership of the innings.
Port Lincoln broke through again when Hill had Ramsey caught by Humphries for 19 and then struck again, bowling Pearson for 18 to have Eastern Eyre three down for 46 at the end of the 15th over.
Chenoweth claimed the first of his six wickets in his fifth over when Smart caught Fiegert for one run.
The Chenoweth steam roller was on a devastating roll as he took the next five wickets from the sixth over to the ninth for 17 runs, which included his three wicket maiden over, and with the run out of Zac Meyer, who took the bowlers on hitting three boundaries in his score of 17, Port Lincoln had a very gettable chase of 108.
Port Lincoln captain Joel Davies opened the innings with Jacob Watson, who showed his intentions clearly from the third ball of the first over by finding the boundary, but Noble, on the fifth ball, had Watson (4) caught by Davey.
That was as good as it got for Eastern Eyre. Parker joined Davies and added 24 runs over the next 11 overs before Parker (15) was caught by Kay off Pearson.
Roger Puckridge followed and showed his intentions by belting Pearson to the boundary and went on to score a quick 26 with another boundary and two sixes, but in the end Pearson won the battle by having Puckridge caught by Davey to be two down for 66 in the 20th over.
Ryan Cottrell joined the patient Joel Davies and the end came in the 28th over with Davies not out 24 and Cottrell, with three sixes and three boundaries, not out on 35 to take Port Lincoln to back to back B grade Henderson Shield wins.