Parramatta District Cricket Club enjoyed favourable results against Eastern Suburbs at the weekend.
Wins in all grades have seen the club enter the top 10 in the club championship.
Parramatta travelled to Fairfield for round two of the T20.
They managed to post a total of 8/99 which Fairfield reached in 16.5 overs.
Michael Wood top-scored with 33 and Mitchell Wood recorded the best figures with 1/17.
But it was back to business when they faced Eastern Suburbs.
Parramatta had to defend a total of 351 and managed to easily account for their opponents with a 49-wicket victory.
James Parkinson starred for Parramatta with the ball and recorded figures of 5/79.
Michael Wood bowled without luck but proved more economical than a hybrid car with figures of 0/38 off 18 overs.
Second grade continued the rot for Eastern Suburbs with a 248-197 win.
The opposition resumes play at 2/50 but three wickets in the first hour of play saw Parramatta claim the ascendancy.
Eastern Suburbs went to the lunch break at 7/106 but proved no match for the Parramatta side as they were disposed of after posting another 91 runs.
It was an easy victory in the end for third grade as they recorded a 320-210 win.
Ben Monaghan 3/34 and Luke McNaught 3/45 starred for the western Sydney outfit.
The boys were denied an outright victory thanks to some impressive fighting spirit from Eastern Suburbs.
The final score Parramatta 133 and 7/105 (dec) defeated Eastern Suburbs 65 and 2/85.
The fifth grade side continued the horrible weekend for Eastern Suburbs, though like fourth grade, they were denied an outright victory thanks to a stubborn second innings from their opponents.