Armidale City UNE's dominance in the first grade cricket competition continued when they destroyed a dismal Guyra on Saturday.
Guyra batted first and City's bowlers were on song, ripping through their opponent's batsmen for 48 in 22 overs.
Guyra's top run-scorer Brandon Landsborough with 12.
For the bowlers, James Napper finished with 3-9 from seven overs, Arran Kenna 3-8 from three overs, Chris Wild 2-12 from four overs and skipper Karl Triebe 1-9 from three overs.
"[It was] a really good bowling effort from all bowlers, making it hard to score and producing constant wickets," Triebe said.
City didn't take long to chase down the required runs, Kyle Taylor and Ash Clee getting them off to a flying start.
Taylor belted back-to-back fours to begin his scoring but was caught off Joey Ryan's bowling for 19.
Clee started with two fours and a six before being bowled by Tyson Burey when he reached 16.
Anton Peenz finished with 12 not out as City chased down the required runs in six overs to land an eight-wicket win.