Classy half-centuries from Ethan Caldwell and Sam Richardson guided Broomehill to their second straight victory in the Great Southern Cricket Association on Saturday. Broomehill travelled to Kendenup for their round-two fixture, which was the only game played because of the AFL grand final. Broomehill made 8-173 batting first, before bowling Kendenup out 20 runs shy of their total. Caldwell made a composed 65 from 121 balls, while Richardson whacked 57 off 50 deliveries. Broomehill got into some early trouble at 2-17 before Caldwell and Richardson came together and steadied the ship. The pair put on 102 runs before Richardson was bowled with the score 3-119. Kendenup produced a great fightback, taking 4-16 but Caldwell was the mainstay of the innings and his team were 7-170 when he was finally dismissed. Broomehill finished on 8-173 after a late cameo from James Culleton (14 runs from 22 balls). Jay Rowles, Ryan Ballard and Clinton Gilbert all claimed two wickets for Kendenup. In reply, Kendenup lost regular wickets, with their biggest partnership 36 runs for the eighth wicket. When Keegan Berry fell for 18, Kendenup were seven wickets down and had not passed 100. Chris Gribble (17 off 51 balls) and Ryan Ballard (26 from 30) tried to get their team back into the contest but all hope was lost when that pair fell in quick succession. Kendenup were bowled out for 153 in the 45th over. Scott Hillman was strong at the top of the order with 20 but the Broomehill bowlers were terrific led by Brandon Wise (3-37), Fraser House (2-26) and Jack Batchelor (2-24). The round-two fixtures between Frankland River and Tambellup, along with Wanderers and Australs-Woodanilling, will be played on December 5.