A scintillating century from Bowe Coward paved the way as Kookaburras amassed over 300 in their first innings against Mornington on Saturday.
The opener plundered 126 in a 60-ball knock that included 12 fours and eight sixes and a 165-run stand with opening partner Jayden Winsor (56 off 88).
Paul Cruickshank also hit 41, Myles Conn 28no and Andrew Seach 26 as Kookaburras compiled 7-303 before declaring and having 10 overs at Mornington.
They negotiated that without too much damage finishing up 1-34 at stumps with Henry Johns unbeaten on 16 and Andrew Johns 13.
James Paull (2-54) and Alasdair Hewitt (2-50) led the charge with the ball for Mornington, Paull picking up the prized scalp of Coward in his two.
Albion snuck home for first innings points in the other game.
After dismissing Whitehaven for just 37, they found themselves 5-24 in reply but managed to scramble their way to 49.
Zac Wheatland top-scored with 13, Mitch King (10) and Trent White (10) the only other batsmen to make double figures as Rick Chorley snared 4-15, Mark Tindall 3-12 and Ayaz Ahmad 2-17.
Whitehaven made a better fist of their second dig, Matthew Hall striking an unbeaten 69-ball 52 that included five fours and a six as they posted 110.
Following on from his four wickets in the first innings, Garry Briggs the chief destroyer with 5-45.
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