Although reigning women’s premiers Donnybrook were not at full strength on Sunday, Leschenault’s seven-wicket win at home was a testament to their improvement over the past 12 months. On the back of Nargis Madadi claiming the prized wicket of Stephanie Jolly, regarded as the best batter in the women’s competition, the Green Caps dismissed the Dons for 31. This triumph has ensured Leschenault sit second on the table, ahead of Marist’s visit to Leschenault Recreation Park on Sunday morning. Despite having an indifferent start to the season, the Blues recorded a gritty 16-run win over Colts at the Bunbury Recreation Ground last week, successfully defending 62. Doing the bulk of the damage was Gabrielle House, who has stepped up to fill the absence of Jessica Clarke, while Holly Bilcich also displayed plenty of promise at the crease. In second grade, Harvey-Benger head to Burekup to square off against the Queen Bees.