BALGOWNIE remain unbeaten after a low-scoring dogfight with University as 19 wickets fell at Uni Oval.
Balgownie were bundled out for 121 in 37.3 overs on a greenish track then rolled the students for 107 to claim first innings points.
University were reduced to 10 batsmen after Rhys Voysey broke a finger dropping a catch late in Bally's innings.
Uni new-ball bowler Andrew Giffin took 5-41 from a superb 15-over spell, while Corbin Brown (39) held Bally's batting together.
Vijay Karthik (37) top-scored for Uni, while Michael Toussis (5-23) and Dean Merola (4-34) were the difference for Bally.
"We had them on the ropes but let an opportunity slip," Uni skipper Mitch Calder said.
While the first grade side struggled for runs, Uni's club legend John Pemberton, who debuted in the 1972-73 season, passed the 10,000-run mark in the third grade side's win over Bally.
Illawarra's highest run-scorer needed 19 runs to pass 10,000 and finished with an unbeaten 35.
NSW Country all-rounder Dale Scifleet hammered 107 to have Dapto (7-286) in charge against Corrimal at Reed Park.
Scifleet hit 13 fours and two sixes, putting on 93 for the seventh wicket with Chris Georgiou (51 not out).
Wests Illawarra are on track for their first win of the season after a strong opening day against Port Kembla at Figtree Oval.
Wests made 178, led by Craig Hood's 48, with Port reeling at 4-36.
Keira have the upper hand against a spirited Wollongong at Keira Oval.
Wollongong were dismissed for 188 after being 2-111, with Reagan Marmont (49) and Saxon Wright (48) their best.
Keira skipper Graeme Batty then belted an unbeaten 83 and the Lions will resume at 4-127.
Steve Blissenden made 84 and opener Duncan Hunt 59 to lead Helensburgh (288) into a strong position against Northern Districts.