A sparkling Nathan Willmot century helped Tambellup move to third on the Great Southern Cricket Association ladder after an emphatic win over Australs in Tambellup on Saturday. Tambellup posted a total of 5-299 batting first before destroying Australs batting line-up in their 216-run triumph. Despite opener Connor Hawkins (7) falling early, Flynn Cristinelli (42) and Jedd Herbert (48) combined for a 83-run partnership. Flynn Cristinelli was run out before Herbert, David Cristinelli (1) and Lachlan Bradshaw (5) were removed in the space of seven overs as the home side fell to 5-127. Nathan Willmott and Shane Willmott then swung the game back in Tambellup’s favour with a stunning 172-run partnership. Willmott smashed a six with the last ball of the innings to bring up his century in dramatic fashion, finishing unbeaten on 105 while Shane Willmott fell just short of a half century with 49 not out. James Douglas (26) and Jonty Bolto (21) were the only scorers in double figures for Australs as they collapsed, to be all out for 83. Matt Lamont led the way with 3-18 for the winners while Nathan Willmott capped a stellar afternoon with 2-0 from four overs. Meanwhile, reigning premiers Broomehill continued their onslaught on Saturday, jumping 13 points clear on top of the ladder after a 71-run win over Wanderers. The round eight fixture was played in Katanning with Jack Batchelor doing the damage with the bat before Sam Richardson, Mac Crichton and Peter Bradbury Wanderers out inside 41 overs. Jack Batchelor and Lewis Barritt got things going in the early stages, sharing in a 91-run opening stand. Batchelor (50 runs) notched a half century in the 15th over before being caught from the bowling of Dean Pinney two balls later. Broomehill found themselves reeling after Tyron Pinney and Ryan Sinclair took the wickets of Glen Phelps (5) and Barritt (33) respectively, leaving them at 3-110. But Crichton (39) and Liam Want (28) took control of the scoring in a 56-run stand. Wanderers snared the next six wickets at the cost of 34 runs as Broomehill reached 9-203 from their 45 overs. Tyron Pinney (4-38) and Ryan Sinclair (3-15) were the pick of the Wanderers bowlers. It took until the 18th over for Broomehill to claim their first wicket ending a 71-run opening partnership from Elijah Quartermaine (22) and Naime Siniva (44). Quartermaine whacked a ball straight back to Crichton for a simple caught-and-bowled before Siniva’s stumps were rattled six balls later from the bowling of Richardson. Wanderers required a steadying hand but Tuhiway McRoberts and Trevor Parminter were both removed in the space of three balls as they stumbled to 4-77. Despite a tail-end contribution from Tyron Pinney (27), Australs were all out for 132 in the 40th over. Bradbury (4-10) was outstanding while Richardson (3-26) and Crichton (3-29) also returned impressive bowling figures.