Ladder leaders Belvoir ended New City's impressive form with an eight-wicket caning on Saturday. The Phoenix had claimed their two wins in successive weeks, but after electing to bat at home after mid-morning rain, were rolled for only 68. No. 5 Nic Petts top-scored with 24, while last week's century maker Pat Harrington was dismissed for four by the wily Matt Jaensch. The first change seamer grabbed 4-12, while opening bowler Hayatullah Niazi nabbed 3-25. It was Belvoir's strongest team of the first nine rounds and it showed, Josh Staines posting an unbeaten 29. Meanwhile, Wodonga Raiders scored a stunning upset over North Albury. Raiders also scored a cracking win over the perennial power four years ago. The home team elected to bat first with solid contributions from No. 7 Finn Gray (45), Zac Barrenechea (31) and tailender Jonathan Carson (24 not out) in the total of 155. Gray and Carson had rescued Raiders after they slumped to 8-111. Ryan Addison and Cal Langlands had three wickets apiece. North coach Matt Condon maintained his top form with 65 from 79 deliveries, cracking seven boundaries, and at 5-106, the visitors looked relatively comfortable. However, Carson claimed 4-22, which included Condon, to complete one of his strongest all-round performances in recent years as North fell for 146.