Keilor has banked first innings points on the opening day of its clash with Seddon in the Victorian Turf Cricket Association senior division.

After totally dismantling Tullamarine in the season opener, the red hot Blues maintained the rage in the second round to take a 41-run lead over Seddon at stumps on the first day on the road at Hanmer Reserve.

Seddon was all out for a miserable 102 in 35.4 overs.

Most of the damage was done with the ball for Keilor by Upal Bandara, who took 4-32 off eight overs.

Bandara also took four wickets in the game prior, so he is one of the form bowlers in the competition.

But Bandara was not alone with opening bowler Dinesh Daminda (2-31) and change bowlers Matthew Dargan (2-5) and Sam Davis (2-19) also getting among the wickets.

Keilor raced to 6-143 off 45 overs to secure the first innings points and obtain a healthy advantage.

Robert Clements, who made a century in his first outing of the season, posted 34, while captain Kaushal Lokuarachchi (27) and Bandara (26) were mainstays in the middle order.

The Blues will be in search of quick runs early on day two, with an outright result a possibility.

In north west division, Druids second drop batsman Michael Hay was a thorn in the side of Sunshine United, carving out 97.

But United will go into the second day confident after rolling Druids for just 168.

Michael Glowacki, a work horse with 3-25 off 19, and Thomas Duxson, with 3-66 off 16, put United on top in the game.

United had to survive four overs late in the day to be 0-6 at stumps.

Keilor Park is locked in an interesting battle with Altona North.

The Devils had North all out for 141 on the back of a five-wicket haul from Jesse Ravanello (5-30).

What advantage the Devils had in the game had evaporated when they went to stumps in trouble on 4-41.

Captain Anthony Cristofaro produced 93 to lead PEGS to 189 against Aberfeldie, who are 1-15 in response.

St Albans is well poised after making 9-259 declared against Laverton, which is shaky at 2-7 in reply.

In the Victorian Sub-District Cricket Association, Taylors Lakes had a tough time at the crease, making just 139 in 54.4 overs against Preston at Preston City Oval on Saturday.

Opener Kamal Guraya was the shining light of the Lions innings with 48, while Chris Marr (19) and Yoshan Kumara (20) chimed in with important runs amid the destruction.

Preston was not exactly convincing in reply, limping to 3-23 at stumps, giving Taylors Lakes genuine hope going in to day two.