After last week, which saw mammoth efforts by Sandgate-Redcliffe (1-394) and Redlands (3-420), the runs-scoring feats continued today.
Norths blasted 9-456 against Toombul, with Bulls allrounder Nathan McSweeney's confident 172 not out complemented by a belligerent 137 from 110 balls by the powerful Josh Brown, who clouted seven sixes and 18 fours.
The duo put on 196 for the sixth wicket to comfortably claim first innings points against Toombul.
Redlands healthy first innings total, inspired by 127 from Sam Heazlett, 107 not from Jimmy Peirson, 91 from Leigh Drennan and 82 from in-form opener Liam Smith, did not look under threat from Wynnum-Manly at first, with the Sea Eagles stumbling early at 1-5 at Peter Burge Oval.
But a patient 120 from Wynnum number three Joel Harrison, making his first grade debut, was matched by a determined 129 from reigning Peter Burge Medallist Jason Floros to ensure a high-scoring draw.
Gold Coast batsman Max Bryant scored 113 as the Dolphins also fought out a high-scoring draw with Ipswich/Logan at Ipswich. Gold Coast finished with 8-353 in response to the Hornets' first innings of 372.
It didn't all go the batting teams' way though. Sandgate-Redcliffe followed up from last week's record stand of 364 between Bryce Street (173 no) and Lachlan Thompson (180no) with a match-winning effort by Bulls leg-spinner Mitch Swepson as Sunshine Coast were bundled out cheaply.
Swepson finished with 7-47 as the Scorchers were dismissed for 141.
Valley were reeling at 4-3 at one stage after South Brisbane batted well into day two to finish with 8-373 after a fine century from Aryan Jain (134) last week set up a solid first innings. Souths claimed Lachy Pfeffer, Usman Khawaja, Jack Wildermuth and Nick Stevens for ducks with James Ward claiming three of the first four wickets to fall.