By Lance Jenkinson
Two wins in two days has changed the complexion of Hoppers Crossing’s season in the Victorian Sub-District Cricket Association.
The Cats entered the weekend winless but climbed into the top six on the back of their double header weekend swoop.
Hoppers Crossing got that winning feeling for the first time on Saturday when it emerged victorious by 37 runs over Taylors Lakes on the road at Lionheart Reserve.
The stars of the show for the Cats were Navrojeep Virk and Luke Goegan, who made the bulk of the Cats total of 8-220.
Virk was scintillating with 101 off 116 balls, while Goegan produced 71 off 89.
Bhaumik Jani took three wickets for the Cats as Taylors Lakes was bowled out for 183.
Hoppers Crossing kept its momentum rolling on Sunday, accounting for Mount Waverley by 26 runs away at Mount Waverley Reserve.
The Cats posted 6-193 with Sanka Abeyruwan dominant with 88.
Khush Talati led a successful defence of the total for the Cats with 3-31 as Mount Waverley was restricted to 8-167 from its 45 overs.
The fourth-placed Cats will square off with ladder leader Williamstown in a one-day game at Hogans Road Reserve on Saturday.