Matt Agostino lit up Kitchener Park on Friday night blasting the first half-century of this season's Gunnedah Premier League.
Opening the batting for McDonalds against the Sign Print Stitch Stars, Agostino plundered an unbeaten 73 from 51 balls including eight fours and two sixes as they compiled a very competitive 5-144 from their 20 overs.
Adam McGuirk (23) provided good support early combining with Agostino for a 63 run opening stand.
David Marshall later chipped in with 21 before Rhyce Kliendienst (12 off 5) finished off the innings with Agostino.
Darrin Cameron (3-22) was the most successful bowler for the Stars with 3-22.
The chase proved beyond them, Corey Sommers top-scoring with 29 as they were bowled out for 103.
AJ King was the destroyer with 4-20. The rest of the wickets were shared around with Kliendienst, Nayte Vernon, Jade Insch. Josh Langdon and Jaycob Price all chiming in with one.
Imperial Hotel then made it two-from-two with a six wicket win over Karen Carter Chemist.
Peter McCormack was on fire with the ball for Imperial grabbing 5-12 to bundle Karen Carter out in 15 overs for just 48. Ryan Smith (14) was the only batsmen to reach double figures, with six failing to trouble the scorers.
Lachlan Straney relished the chance to bat a bit higher up the order finishing unbeaten on 19 from 24 as they peeled off the runs inside 10 overs. Bailey Lennox (4no) was with him at the end after first week hero Oscar King had made 12 at the top of the order.
Claire McGuirk (2-13) and Carter McIlveen (2-9) shared the wicket honours for Karen Carter.