For the second straight year Green Range-Ongerup Cricket Association have emerged winners at senior country week in Perth, as they ended the competition undefeated. Last year Green Range-Ongerup won the F-section title after defeating Christmas Island and the team defeated Peel in a tense final match last Friday to claim E-section glory after winning F-section in 2020. Batting first at Middleton Park, Green Range-Ongerup lost an early wicket but Connor Smallwood and captain Will Bungey formed a strong second-wicket partnership. Bungey fell on 24, Smallwood departed soon after for 27 off 100 balls and then Wayne Evans was run out for a duck. But they recovered from 4-73 as Rick Carpenter and Lewis Davis ensured they set a defendable total. Carpenter made 41no from 66 balls while Davies hit one six and found the rope four times in his 28 from 46 as the side finished on 7-147 from 50 overs. Davis made an early breakthrough as he removed Jai Sinclair for a duck and Peel were 2-23 when David Brewer was out cheaply. Peel continued to lose wickets but Peter Giallombardo (29 runs off 55 balls), Chris Hughes (20 off 46) and Ryan Kenny (38 off 55) got them within sight of victory. Smallwood took his second wicket to leave Peel 8-90 but they needed less than 20 runs to win before Green Range-Ongerup struck again. Shane Edmonds trapped Kenny lbw to leave Peel 9-131 and Edmonds took the final wicket to snatch the game. Davis finished with 3-23 and Kade Walter took 3-19 while Smallwood (2-24) and Edmonds (2-18) played their part as Peel were bowled out for 134. Green Range-Ongerup still had to win on the final day to secure the title and ended the week undefeated. Earlier, Kyran Brooks made 75 to lead Green Range-Ongerup to a 161-run victory over Warren Blackwood on Thursday and on Wednesday a six-wicket haul from Evans lifted them to a win over Esperance. Smallwood scored 72 and Edmonds smashed 97 as they made 8-232 to beat Northam on Monday and on the opening day they beat Great Southern by two wickets. Edmonds was the team’s leading run scorer with 162 runs at an average of 32.4 while Smallwood took 13 wickets at 9.9.