Brunswick extracted some revenge over Plenty Valley by knocking the Bats out of the Victorian Sub-District Cricket Association T20 twilight competition.

Facing each other for the second time within a week, after the Bats won their two-day clash at the weekend, it was a reversal of results on Tuesday night.

The Bats failed to fire with the bat and were bowled out for just 63 in the 18th over.

Needing a miracle and a lot of early wickets, the Bats weren’t able to find either on the way to a solid loss.

The Wicks had little trouble chasing down the runs, finishing 1-68 with 11 overs remaining.

Scott Sanders was the star for the Wicks, taking 4-3 and then following it up with 50 not out.

It’s the second straight year the Wicks have knocked the Bats out of the T20 competition, both times in the second round.

The win moves the Wicks into the quarter finals.

Joining them is Altona, which defeated Hoppers Crossing,

Chasing Altona’s 6-118, Hoppers Crossing was bowled out for 87, despite Melbourne Renegades star Trent Lawford making 44 runs.

Endeavour Hills fell short against Oakleigh which had the highest score of the round with 3-175.

Yarraville was the second west side through to the quarter finals, beating St Bernards OC. The Eagles made 6-142, with St Bernards 9-101 in reply.

Elsternwick made the runs needed against Moorabbin with an over in hand, while Caulfield easily got the job done against Kew, after the former made 8-90 batting first.

In the remaining game, Croydon made 1-141 with 15 balls remaining, chasing Box Hill’s 5-138.

The quarter finals are due to be played this week.