University captain Rhys Voysey has praised his side for getting their Twenty20 title defence back on track with a win over Corrimal on Saturday.
The bowling attack laid the platform for the victory, Vijay Karthik and Cooper Tym each taking three wickets as the Cougars were all out for 86.
A week after they stumbled in a low run chase, the batsmen made no mistake, cruising to their target in 12.1 overs.
Voysey was pleased his side was able to put those demons to bed on Saturday.
"It was really important," Voysey said. "The fact we were chasing a small total and didn't stumble around, made the job easy, was good.
"We were able to fix what we did last week and move on. We don't think about it now, it's done."
The win came as Wollongong extended their unbeaten run, Tim Laws blasting 78 off 33 in a commanding victory over Balgownie.
Keira also remained undefeated with a 10-run win over Dapto. Wests beat Helensburgh and Northern Districts triumphed over Port Kembla.
The Butchers also defeated the Tigers in a makeup game on Sunday.