John Rogers' quickfire half century carried Weston Creek Molonglo to a three-wicket victory over ANU in their first John Gallop Cup outing of the season on Saturday.
It was both side's first one-day games, after all of their previous four matches had been abandoned due to rain.
Rogers scored an unbeaten 70 runs from 67 balls, with nine boundaries, as his side's win came down to the wire at Stirling Oval.
The home side passed ANU's 10-214 benchmark with less than three overs left.
ANU may have thought they had done enough with 214 on the board, including Nick Groenewegen's 40 from 54 balls and Ujjwal Devliyal's late cameo of 26 not out off 26, but it was not enough to get across the line in their round-five fixture.
William Todd blasted a six for Queanbeyan to finish off Western District at Jamison Oval on Saturday, and extend the Bluebags' lead atop the Gallop Cup standings.
Todd's maximum in the second last over ensured he finished unbeaten on 55 and completed a rearguard rescue mission for Queanbeyan who at one stage had been reduced to 3-16 chasing the home side's 8-147.
Wests captain Scott Murn dismissed star Solway brothers Dean and Mark early on to put his side squarely on top, before Todd marched to the crease at 6-60 and took control.
Earlier on Murn compiled a patient 70 from 112 balls to anchor the Wests innings, before he was caught and bowled by Harry O'Rourke.
Ginninderra posted its first one-day win of the season, inspired by Rhys Healy's 88 off 105 balls.
The Comets star belted eight boundaries and one six before Sam Gaskin's cameo of 42 not out helped the Tigers to 6-274.
North Canberra-Gungahlin captain Sam Williams was run out for 70, as his side's chase fell well short.
Meanwhile, at Chisholm Oval, second-placed Tuggeranong maintained the heat on Queanbeyan, winning a rain-affected contest over Eastlake.
Tuggeranong owe thanks to Joshua Staines, Nikesh Joseph and Craig Devoy.