Jack Shantry and Tom Kohler-Cadmore both tasted defeat in the New South Wales Premier Cricket first grade for Sutherland and Penrith Panthers respectively.
Eastern Suburbs chased down a 344 target on day two against Sutherland to win by five wickets while Penrith were beaten by nine wickets away to Manly-Warringah after a first day wash-out the previous weekend.
Shantry took the new ball and bowled nine tidy overs for 20 runs as Eastern Suburbs, who resumed on 6-1, recovered from being 49-3 thanks mainly to 173 not out from Ian Moran.
He faced just 172 balls and hit one six and 23 fours as Eastern Suburbs reached 344-5 in 80.2 overs.
Kohler-Cadmore would have been unable to play on the opening day had play been possible because of a slight injury but he returned to the side when play finally got under way as no teams had been declared.
He batted at number five and made four off three balls as Penrith, who were put in, were dismissed for 166 in 37.4 overs.
Manly-Warringah made light of their task as skipper Adam Crosthwaite (103) and Jarrod Rawlings (47) added an unbroken 157 after joining forces at 11-1.
Kohler-Cadmore and Shantry will hope to enjoy better fortunes tomorrow (Sunday) in the NSW Kinsgrove Sports T20 Cup.
Penrith are away to Sydney University while Sutherland have a home double header against Manly-Warringah and Gordon CC.