Bundarra won the toss and elected to bat against the Warriors in round four of Inverell senior cricket.
They would gone on to post a more than competitive 213 being bowled out in the 40th over.
Troy Dawson led the way with the bat making a hard hitting 68.
Several other players chipped in but 43 wides made the target a little more imposing for the Warriors.
Rod Blair was the best for the warriors with the Ball, nearly grabbing his second hat trick for the season.
In reply Warriors were bundles out for 160. Ray Connors was the best scoring 40 plus, Les Connors chipped in with 20 but the target was out of reach.
Tyler Ridgewell was the best for Bundarra with the ball.
Invincibles were sent in and were bowled out in the 36th over for 113 against Square and Compass.
Lachie Turner 26 and damn McLachlan 21 were best with the bat for Invincibles. Paul Dailey and Alex white both took 3 wickets for Compass.
Square & Compass replied with 5/119 with Liam Spalding 27, Joe Smith 29 NO and Alex Smith 24.
Dan McLachlan was the best with the ball with 2/19 for Invincibles.
RSM compiled 125 against Campbell and Freebairn due mainly to 77 from Jakob Haines, J uebergang and R McIntre both took three wickets each for the Rebels.
Campbell and Freebairn chased down the target with Nick page continuing his solid form with 52 while Brendon Campbell made 26 as Campbell and Freebairn passed the target at 2/ 128.
Glen Innes had their first home game and played well against Delungra. They reached 9/227 from their 40 overs.
No individual scores were available. Ingram Williams and Josh Lennon 2/30 were best performed bowlers for Delungra.
Delungra were able to run down the total with 4 overs to spare. John Krauss made 107 and Brad Thomas 81 both not out in a score of 3/234.
This week sees the cricket club's Monthly Meeting on Wednesday at McDonalds starting from 7pm for those interested. While, next week will mark round two of the War Veteran's Cup with a home game against Narrabri.
Players will bring their A-game to try and get the win over Narrabri.