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West Perth Still Holds First Place Although West Perth was beaten on the first innings on Saturday, it is still the leading side in the W.A.C.A. first grade competition, but only be cause University and- Clare mont-Cottesloe has yet to play a postponed game. South Perth and North Perth both advanced on the premier ship table as a result of wins on Saturday. East Perth has improved its position and the keen Fremantle club has risen above Nedlands. Subiaco and Midland-Guild ford, neither of which had won a match, had an exciting tussle on Saturday and Subi aco won. by two runs. Jack Evans, an East Perth opener, batted very soundly against Bassendean to compile the only century of the day. He made 103 not out and hit nine fours. He and Harry Price (missed early) added 61 for the seventh wicket to win the game. Attractive 59 Ron Sands played an attrac tive innings of 59 for Midland Guildford. A talented 'keeper who has played for the State, Sands is now content to field while the promising Paul Ronan uses the gloves. The youthful Alan Preen up set Nedlands with his left hand deliveries, taking 7-40 off 24.4 overs. One-day games, starting at 10.30 a.m., will be played to day and the results will change the premiership order. Important fixtures are Clare mont-Cottesloe v North Perth, West Perth v University, and Mt. Lawley v Bast Penth.