GUNNEDAH'S junior representative sides enjoyed mixed results in the penultimate round of the season.
Playing host to Inverell, the under-12 side got the ball rolling for the hosts with a 53-run win.
Jonah Cameron and Keaton Walters helped set up Gunnedah's first innings total of 5-113, with each batsman retiring unbeaten on 25.
Adam Veli-Gold (3-2) then did damage with the ball to help dismiss Inverell for 60.
The visitors were able to redeem themselves in the under-14 clash by recording a six-wicket win.
Gunnedah batted first and scored a sluggish 5-67 from their 20 overs.
Aidan King top-scored for the home side with a well complied 28.
Cooper Blinman (1-8) was the best with the ball in the losing effort.
In the under-16 fixture, the combined side of Gunnedah-Moree and Narrabri suffered a five-wicket loss to Tamworth Gold.
The home side won the toss and posted a competitive total of 129.
In reply, Charlie Henderson (67 not out) helped guide Tamworth Gold home with nine overs to spare.
Tim Shields (2-19) was the best of the home side's bowlers.