A terrific all-round performance from Jack Batchelor guided Broomehill to a comfortable eight-wicket win over Wanderers in the Great Southern Cricket Association on Saturday. The win in round 13 on their home deck ensured they remained undefeated and sit well clear on top of the standings. The premiership favourites have now won 11 games straight in the 2021-22 season. Batchelor starred with the ball to restrict Wanderers to 89 before he guided his side home with the bat as they passed the total in less than 20 overs. Trevor Parminter and Callum Froby both fell early before Toby Quartermaine and Ricky Marris provided some resistance with a 25-run partnership. However, Wanderers lost 8-43 after that to be bowled out for 89 as Batchelor ripped through their middle order. Batchelor snared Quartermaine for 29 and then Marris (11) was bowled before Josh Pinney was run out. Batchelor stepped up again and snared two more wickets and the Broomehill bowlers shared the final three wickets around. Batchelor finished with the terrific figures of 4-6 off seven overs with four maidens. Ash Sexton also was a valuable contributor with 2-15 from his seven overs. In the run chase, Batchelor and James Barritt didn’t give Wanderers a sniff as they put on 78 for the opening stand. Batchelor departed for 36 and then next over Barritt was caught for 39, but Steve Irvine (12 not out) helped Broomehill finish on 2-93 off 18.1 overs.