Tathra have continued their run atop the Far South Coast Cricket Association competition.
The Sea Eagles took down the Bermagui club at Dickinson Oval on Saturday.
Meanwhile, the Bega-Angledale Bulls' game against the Eden Reds was abandoned on Saturday as the heavens opened up and heavy showers fell across the afternoon.
In Bermagui, the match escaped the worst of the weather and a whopping stint from Bermagui batsmen Ben Tett meant the Sea Eagles had work to do.
Tathra struggled to tackle the Bermagui batting order with with Ben Tett a standout for his home club, belting 130 runs.
Opener Liam Cooper provided plenty of support, knocking his way to a half-century.
When opener Jack Berry was dismissed for three, the Eagles could be forgiven for thinking they'd have an easy day.
It was not to be as Cooper and Tett set to work on a partnership that would last for 177 runs before Cooper was finally dismissed by a Tynan Taylor catch.
Tett stayed on at the crease until Bermagui had reached 219 with Ryan Holdsworth a worthy batting partner on 16 with Tett finally returned to the sheds on a runout.
However, a handful of late runs handed Bermagui 4/240 with Tathra facing a steep uphill chase.
Pete Bennett was caught for six early and then Shannon Grass went for the same figure soon after to give the visitors a few nervous moments.
However, Ben O'Reilly steadied the ship with a well-compiled 78 before he was ironically caught by Tett.
A pair of 46s in the middle built up to a winning run rate for Tathra with captain Chris Dwyer and Jayden Heyhorn both firing to near half-centuries - Dwyer caught by Casey Jack, while Heyhorn valiantly held the crease until the death.
A late knock of 31 by Lachlan Brennan sealed the result for Tathra, while Bermagui had been solid with the ball to force the Sea Eagles to an 8/241 finish with just three overs to spare.
Dwyer conceded the club were a bit anxious going in to bat, saying that Bermagui had just looked in control throughout their innings.
However, the result sees the Sea Eagles continue their run atop the ladder 10 points clear of the Merimbula Knights.
The Bulls remain in fifth place with 50 competition points to trail the Eden club by sixth.
Dwyer said he was excited for this weekend's clash against the building Pambula club who are holding third place.
The Bulls play the Pirates in Dalmeny on Saturday.