Table-toppers Knowle and Dorridge continue to sweep all before them in the Birmingham League Premier Division this season.
They brushed aside latest victims Barnt Green by an emphatic nine-wicket margin to remain 18 points clear of closest rivals Wolverhampton.
That was after the Green had been given a promising start with the bat by Gavin Shephard who struck 58.
Having reached 94 for two at one stage, the Green eventually closed on 178 for eight and Knowle and Dorridge made light work of overtaking that target in reply.
South African Jacobus Pienaar plundered seven boundaries in a quickfire 38 before Warwickshire wicketkeeper Richard Johnson and former Glamorgan batsman David Hemp saw the Station Road side home.
Johnson remained unbeaten on 82 not out while Hemp kept him company with 55.
Wolverhampton had a slender 21-run success over Shrewsbury which had much to do with the leg spin of India test player Sairaj Bahatule.
Wolves had posted a modest total of 158 all out with Richard Howitt hitting 58. But Shrewsbury slumped to 137 all out in reply after being mesmerised by Bahatule who took five for 16.
Reigning champions Walsall appear to be releasing their grip on title after tumbling to a five-wicket defeat at Kidderminster Victoria.
Skipper Jonathan Wright led from the front taking five for 33 as Walsall were removed for 178 all out, former Warwickshire favourite Mo Sheikh making 42.
Wright then rattled off an unbeaten half-century in reply while Craig Wood cracked 70 not out, the pair’s sixth-wicket partnership taking Kidderminster to a winning 181 for five.
Moseley moved clear of the relegation zone with an enthralling one-run win over Walmley.
In a match reduced to 28 overs a side, Moseley set a modest target of 91 for seven after Hamza Nadeem and South African Greg Ricketts had both claimed three wickets.
Walmley were undone in reply when rolled out for 90, Sharkey Hussein proving the star of Moseley’s bowling attack by taking four for 10.
Bromsgrove are back in bottom spot after losing their basement battle with Leamington Spa by 77 runs.
Only Dutchman Alexie Kervezee made any impression with the bat for Bromsgrove making 38 as they were bowled out for 112 when chasing a Spa total of 189.
Himley have slipped back to fifth place following a five-wicket reverse against Kenilworth Wardens.
Skipper Greg Wright scored 40 of Himley’s 155 for seven total, before Wardens responded with 156 for five.