Reigning premiers Tambellup showed they are still the team to beat with a dominant victory over Broomehill in round 12 of the Great Southern Cricket Association on Saturday. In the top-of-the-table clash, the second-placed Broomehill were no match for ladder-leaders Tambellup, who recorded a convincing 104-run victory on their home deck. Tambellup have won 10 matches this season and shared the points with Kendenup in round five due to a washout. Openers Jack Taylor and Jedd Herbert got their side off to a superb start with the bat, sharing in a 107-run partnership that set the tone early for the winning side. Broomehill dropped catches for both batsmen when they were in single figures and they were made to pay. The partnership was finally broken when Taylor was caught for 62 off 68 balls, his knock including eight fours. Daniel Nazzari fell soon after but Herbert and Nathan Willmott ensured Tambellup set a big total. Herbert and Nathan Willmott added 92 together as they both reached half centuries. Hebert was dismissed for 50 while Willmott smashed eight fours in his knock of 50 from 61 balls to help get his side to 9-246. Richardson was terrific with the ball claiming 2-18 off nine overs while Fraser House (2-19) and Ethan Caldwell (2-53) also chipped in with the ball. Nathan Wilmott then ripped through Broomehill’s batting line-up, snaring five wickets as Tambellup cruised to victory. Broomehill were going well at 3-105 before Willmott struck and they lost 7-37 to be all out for 142. Ethan Caldwell top scored with 36 and was well supported by Damien Stewart (32) and Andrew Gibbons (31). Nathan Willmott finished with 5-18 from seven overs while Daniel Willmott claimed 2-18 off five overs. Wanderers strengthened their finals hopes after an eight-wicket win over Frankland River at Quartermaine Oval. A fourth win of the season helped Wanderers move eight points clear in fourth spot, on the back of a superb half century from Kyle Sinclair. Wanderers were chasing 117 for victory and thanks to an unbeaten 75 from Sinclair, they were able to chase down the total in the 26th over for the loss of only two wickets. After the loss of two early wickets an 81-run stand between Sinclair and Callum Froby (31) got their side home. Frankland River made 116 batting first as Matt Della Gola top scored for the visitors with 26. Tyrone Pinney was the pick of the bowlers for Wanderers with 3-31. Kendenup and Australs had a bye.