Round Four of the Bunbury and Districts Cricket Association's first grade competition saw Colts celebrate a solid four-wicket win over Eaton.
Batting first at the Bunbury Recreation Ground, Beavers' opener Cory Fitt was dismissed by Josh Topliss (1/19 from seven overs) for 12.
Fellow opener Johnathon Miller knocked 21 off 36 balls, before James Hillery made 64 (including five fours) during his two hours at the crease.
After three quick dismissals, middle order batsman Clayton Caltsounis (23) got the visitors' inning back on track.
Chasing Eaton's total of 9/175, Colts' opener Vikramjit Singh notched up an impressive 69 (including four fours and three sixes).
With support from Paul Jones (59, including four fours) and Riley Miguel (18), the home side reached the Beavers' total in 39.4 overs.
Leschenault retained top spot on the ladder - and claimed a bonus point - with a 50-run win over Marist.
Following the dismissals of Kurt D'Agostino (7) and Justin Woods (0), Green Caps' star Matt Fink hit nine fours on his way to 63.
The side was stranded on 7/79, before Reilly Thorpe and Nick Webb secured 43 (including four fours) and 22 respectively.
Jordan Stynes (4/36 from seven) assisted in dismissing Leschenault for 183.
Marist opener Corey Fagan earned 59 not out, while Brayden Clarke (11), Kyle Davis (7), and Saddy Afridi (3) failed to make an impression.
Stynes (15) was one of only four Blues' players to reach double figures in Saturday's clash.
Guided by Matthew Bowles (4/21 from 10), Leschenault dismissed Marist for 133 with nine overs remaining.