PCH romped home to a 10-wicket victory against Glendon in the only Coalfields Cup fixture to go ahead on Saturday.
The games between Greta-Branxton and Piranhas/Bellbird at Miller Park and Valley / JPC and Creeks at Howe Park were abandoned because of wet weather. Wine Country had the bye.
PCH won the toss and immediately opted to send Glendon into bat at Rose Park 3.
Batting in tough conditions, Jack Turner and Cooper Bailey gave Glendon a strong start but when Turner was out for 18 bowled by Jake Daniels (1-11) with the score on 32, the wickets started to tumble.
Kyle Bailey was out for duck caught behind by Jackson Cox off the bowling of Dominic Keys (1-6).
It was the first of five dismissals by Cox who finished with two catches and three stumping in a tremendous game behind the stumps.
Abraham Jones (2-15) picked up Daniel Higgins for 2 and Cooper Bailey, who top scored with 19, to leave Glendon reeling at 4-43.
Jamie Tudor and Chris Ryan shared the remainder of the wickets, with Tudor taking 4-9 off six overs and Ryan 2-19 off seven.
Joseph Druery offered the last resistance with the bat making 13 as Glendon were all out for 77.
PCH openers Bradley Cox and Hugh Smith' aggressive approach proved the right decision and they reeled in their target in 12.2 overs posting 0/82.
Smith made 48 not out off 43 balls, including five fours and two sixes, and Cox made 30 not out off 31 balls, with three fours and a six.
In the penultimate round of matches PCH host Piranhas/Bellbird, Creeks and Glendon meet at Cook Park 3 and Wine Country host Valley / JPC at Allandale. Greta Branxton have the bye.
Second grade: Denman 9/182 d Glendon / PCH 10/145; Bellbird 4/82 d Wine Country 10/81; Creeks 8/175 d JPC 10/121.
Third grade: Piranhas 10/159 d Greta-Branxton 10/106.