Taking their catches has been the key to Old Isleworthians & Heston's revival, according to skipper Charlie Robinson.
Safe hands saw Old Is to their second successive victory in the AJ Sports Surrey League Division One, following a bit of a lean spell.
They followed up last week's eight-wicket victory over Surrey Seamers with a 131-run thrashing of Becs Old Boys on Saturday.
Robinson said: "Our fielding was excellent, and for the second successive week we took all our catches - which doesn't always happen!"
But if catches were key, Robinson will also be buying Mike Peries a drink as his Old Is' rebirth has coincides with his.
Following a century for the Second XI, Peries was recalled to the First XI last week and responded with an unbeaten 86.
And he followed that with 94 on Saturday as Old Is made 194-6 before bowling out Becs Old Boys for a paltry 63.
Tony Parker (3-17) and Tristan O'Neill (4-14) were the sharpest of Old Is' attack.
Meanwhile, Old Isleworthians & Heston will play a Hounslow Cricket Club Old Boys XI at their Wood Lane ground tomorrow (Friday), with play due to start at 2pm.