Greenvale Kangaroos proved no match for Casey-South Melbourne in Victorian Premier Cricket.
Looking to open their account, the Kangaroos won the toss and elected to bat. They started well with an opening partnership of 65 before losing three quick wickets.
The Kangaroos steadied, with all but one batsman getting a start. Unfortunately no one was able to add significant runs to the board and they finished on 6-200. Scotsman Andrew Umeed top scored with 49 in his first game for the club.
Casey-South Melbourne made easy work of the run chase.
It lost its first wicket when the total was 82 and a second one quickly followed, but the joy would be short-lived for the Kangaroos, as they took just one more wicket for the innings.
Casey-South Melbourne got the runs in the 40th over, to secure the two bonus points for reaching the target within 40 overs.
Wicket takers for the Kangaroos were Zaheer Hussain, Huzma Ali and Sunam Gautam.
The match was shortened to a one-dayer after day one was called off because of rain earlier in the season.
The loss leaves the Kangaroos sitting 17th on the ladder with one draw for the season.
They next face Frankston-Peninsula in a two-dayer.
The Kangaroos will also be in action in the Vic Super Slam competition where they have a 1-3 record.