Dirty Dozen remain at the top of the Broome Cricket Association division one ladder after claiming yet another victory at Nipper Roe Oval on Saturday afternoon. Dirty Dozen won the toss and decided to bat first but got off to a slow start in the division-one clash, hitting just six runs in the first over, while the Mangrove Cricket Club got off to a good start in their first over, hitting a total of 13 runs. But despite the slow start and the match going down to the wire, Dirty Dozen once again emerged victorious to hold their place at the top of the ladder, 4-128 to 5-115. Casey Zepnik was the best batter for the Dirty Dozen, hitting 41 runs off 28 balls, including two sixes, while Nigel Jackett claimed two wickets. Daniel Moore was the best batter for the Mangrove Cricket Club, hitting 63 runs off 42 balls, including three sixes, while William Hodge and Liam Bagnall both had ducks off three balls each. The division-two match-up was a reversal of the division-one clash, with the Mangrove Cricket Club coming away with the win to continue their dominance of the competition on the top rung of the ladder, 5-139 to 4-107. Daniel Palmer was the best batter for Mangrove, hitting 40 runs off 53 balls, while George Finnigan claimed three wickets. Joshua Linton was the best batter for Dirty Dozen, hitting 39 runs off 50 balls, while David Winter matched his Mangrove rival Finnigan, claiming three wickets. Both the division-one and division-two teams will face off again in round 11.