ST KILDA has won both its matches during the Victorian Premier Cricket Twenty20 "bush bash" round in Ballarat today.

The Saints were 84-run winners over Dandenong in game one and then chased down Greenvale's 105 two wickets down and with one ball to spare in game two.

Graeme Rummans (39 not out) and Matthew Chasemore (30) combined for a 55-run partnership to help steer St Kilda over the line.

Greenvale claimed a narrow victory against Dandenong in game three.

Kangaroos' captain Carl Sandri smashed a six to clear the Pathers' tally by three runs on the second ball of the final over.

The Kangaroos had five wickets in hand.

Eric Ghasperidis (43 runs) and Dale McDonald (33 runs) were the Kangaroos' top-scorers.

Earlier Dominic Reed captured 3-15 off his four overs as the Panthers put on 112 runs.

Panthers' opener Andrew Gale was the stand-out batsman with 43 runs.

Australian fast bowler James Pattinson, only batting today, made seven runs off 12 balls for the Panthers.

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