Dandenong had little trouble accounting for Greenvale Kangaroos in Victorian Premier Cricket.
The Kangaroos were keen to get back-to-back wins for the first time this season, but were let down with a poor performance with the bat.
Sent in after a wet morning, the Kangaroos struggled to get any flow going early on.
Andrew Umeed (15) was the only one of the top six batsmen who reached double figures as the Kangaroos fell to 7-59.
The lower order showed some resistance late to give the Kangaroos something to defend, as they put on 107 for the last three wicket partnerships.
David Worthington top scored with 45, while the experienced Kyle Adams chipped in with 27 coming in at nine.
But a total of 166 never looked enough.
Dandenong got off to the best possible start with a 128-run first partnership.
Humza Ali took a second quick wicket to give the Kangaroos the slightest of hopes.
But it was short lived, with Dandenong quickly regrouping to finish 2-184.
Brett Forsyth was the star making 98 not out.
The result leaves the Kangaroos with three wins with two matches remaining.
They face Monash Tigers this weekend, before Footscray in the final round.
In women’s premier cricket, Plenty Valley defeated Prahran.
The Bats were bowled out for 180 with two overs remaining.
Sophie Hamilton produced her first top grade 50 of the season, making 51 not out coming in at number seven.
The Bats were able to get frequent wickets, to bowl Prahran out for 108.