A superb performance from Sharon Akoth and Evelyn Ndolo saw Mount Laverna win their second match of the Cricket Kenya Girls Schools League against Peter Kibukosya at Eastleigh High School.
Other league debutants Rift Valley Development XI also maintained their 100 percent record when they beat defending champions City Park Girls Centre by a record 109 runs at Greensteads School.
It was the second win in two for the victors.
Akoth featured with the bat hitting unbeaten 66 from 50 balls as Laverna posted 102 for 6 in 20 overs. She put an opening stand of 48 with Ndolo against a much improved Kibukosya bowling side.
Maiden half ton
Kibukosya bowlers battled hard to restrict the free-scoring Laverna but Akoth proved to a hard nut to crack in the inning on her way to the tournaments first half century.
Young Kenya under 19 bowler Sharon Odera was the only player who gave her namesake hard time on the crease with her good ball control.
Ndolo who seems to be enjoying her maiden cricket competition starred with both bat and ball scoring 18 and picking up three wickets as Laverna eased to a three runs win.
Despite falling, Kibukosya looked really fired with the bat and gave their opponents something to ponder about before a couple of quick wickets of Beryl Oyugi (27) and Janet Mijide (15) saw them falter.
The two batters are the only one who provided any substance to their innings of 99 for seven in an inning that had over 35 extras.
Ndolo finished with 3-8 from her four overs. Yvonne Njogu picked two wickets for a side that is slowly emerging favorites for the title
Long disappointing trip
City Park travelled to Rift Valley for their second round tie, in the league, but came away disappointed.
They were nowhere near victory from the word go as their bowlers failed to control free scoring Rift valley youthful team after the home side had won the toss and had no hesitation in batting first.
Barbra Ambiyo was instrumental for her team to 148 runs. She hit 46 runs off 69 balls before the visitors perished on disappointing 39.
Ambiyo shared two crucial stands with Sylvia Kinyua and Joyce Odinga that got her team in full control. Winnie Achieng got two wickets.
A fine display in the field restricted City Park from scoring any meaningful runs in the match. Leah Ngoiri, Edith Ondiso and Joyce Odinga all took two weeks each in their spells.