There was mixed results in round five of the Great Southern Cricket Association, two fixtures were completed while the other game was a washout across three grounds on Saturday afternoon. Broomehill recorded an emphatic victory over Australs-Woodanilling in Broomehill while Wanderers defeated Frankland River in Katanning. However, just down the road in Kendenup, the match between reigning premiers Tambellup and Kendenup was called off just six overs into the second innings because of rain. On their home deck, Kendenup posted 8-161 batting first, and Tambellup were 0-17 in reply before players came from the field and the game was abandoned due to rain. The home side fell to early trouble at 2-14 before former WACA grade cricketers Mitch Jackson and Daniel Rees steadied the ship. The pair put on a 95-run partnership to lift their side to 3-109 when Rees was caught in the leg side for 45 off the bowling of Ben Hankinson to break up the dangerous duo. Jackson went back to playing a bit more patiently as he neared his half-century and he was the sixth wicket to fall for a well-compiled 65, while a late cameo from Matt Gilbert helped Kendenup to a strong position. Hankinson claimed 3-43 and was supported by Nathan and Daniel Willmott, who took two wickets each. Broomehill produced a remarkable bowling performance to rout Australs-Woodanilling for 39 in the 14th over. No batsmen posted double figures as Jack Kennedy (3-8) and Ethan Caldwell (3-13) did the damage with the ball for Broomehill. In reply, Broomehill lost three wickets but finished on 3-40 in the 10th over as they cruised to victory. Wanderers notched their first win of the season as they chased down Frankland River’s total of 106 in 25 overs. Despite losing consistent wickets, Wanderers were able to prevail, with Craig Clinch (28) and Tyron Pinney (25) top-scoring. Grant Egerton-Warburton took 3-32 and Cameron Lawson claimed 2-24. In the middle of Frankland’s innings, they lost 6-14 and they could only manage 106 as Lee Casson top-scored with 27 and Greg Melia added 22. Pinney did the damage with the ball through the middle overs for Wanderers to end up with 4-9 off nine overs.