Redbacks remain undefeated in the Albany Junior Cricket Association under-14 competition after a polished batting display guided them to a resounding 128-run victory against Mt Barker on Saturday morning. Mt Barker fell to their second loss of the season as they struggled to contain the Redbacks’ batting line-up before being unable to fire with the bat at Turf East in round four. Redbacks posted a formidable 6-191 from 34 overs batting first, before ripping through Mt Barker to roll them for just 63. After falling to 3-55, the Redbacks’ middle order dug deep to help set the match-winning total. Led by Rory Sutherland, and with strong support from Oliver Douglas and Regan Christensen, Redbacks put on 109 runs before losing their next wicket with batters retiring. Redbacks lost 3-16 at that stage, bringing opener Heath Caldwell and Sutherland back to the crease to finish the innings off. Sutherland finished unbeaten on 40 from 42 balls that included six fours while Douglas retired not out on 26 and Christensen retired not out on 27. Ryan Bedford was the pick of the bowlers for Mt Barker with 2-9 off three overs. Mt Barker were on the back foot from the outset as Christensen bowled Max Harris with the third ball of the innings. They lost their second soon after. Opener Jared Ballard hung around but he was losing partners fast as his side crumbled to 6-47. Ballard and Spencer Morris added 15 but their side lost 4-1 to be bowled out for 63 in 20 overs. Jesse Owens sealed the victory, coming on for one over and taking 3-0, while Fergus Wright’s 2-1 off two overs was among other impressive bowling figures. Blues emerged four-wicket winners over Kings on Turf South in their second victory of the season. Kings were restricted to just 72 batting first with Finn Alvarez top scoring. Harrison McLeod took 2-3 off three overs while Adam Herrington chipped in with 2-10 and Lucas Smart took 2-13. In reply, Blues finished on 6-128 from their 34 overs as McLeod led the way with 20 not out and Austin Brown finished unbeaten on 17. Kai Harvey took 2-14 for Kings who are still yet to win a game. The Denmark and Warriors clash at McLean Park was abandoned due to rain.