A superb all-round display by Naheem Sajjad helped West Bromwich Dartmouth stretch their lead in the Premier Division with victory over Coventry and North Warwickshire.
Sajjad's unbeaten 68 helped his side, having been sent in, recover from 40 for four before Dave Muritu and captain Matt Rawnsley helped veteran all-rounder Sajjad rebuild.
Left-arm seamer Sajjad and Robbie Fenton each took two early wickets in the reply. Despite a partial recovery, lowly Coventry were dismissed in the 43rd over. Dartmouth's lead is 22 points.
Barnt Green narrowly achieved a winning draw over Leamington Spa, with Gloucestershire all-rounder Roger Sillence the star.
Leamington's innings was based on good contributions by Richard Swann (83), Matt Byrne (45) and former Warwickshire captain Neil Smith (35).
With rain interfering, however, Barnt Green's target for a winning draw was 168 from 42 overs.
Sillence followed his four for 32 with 63 to help his side to 171 for eight, Western Province's 'George' Murping taking four wickets.
Leamington forgot to notify the League of their score on the evening of the match - a three- point penalty is inevitable.
Knowle & Dorridge brushed past Halesowen at Station Road. Halesowen could post only an inadequate 85 in 32 overs. Fast bowling all-rounder Ryan McClaren took five for 23 and Mike Palmer three for 27.
Knowle & Dorridge needed only 16 overs to reach their target, Lee Marlan making an unbeaten 48 and Nick James 33 not out.
A 'comeback' performance by ex-Warwickshire batsman Phil Oliver stole the show at Gorway. A wonderfully entertaining match ended with Walsall clinching the narrowest of victories over the champions, Wellington, with Oliver caressing the only ball he faced for a winnng boundary through mid- wicket for Walsall's first win this season.
Former Warwickshire fast bowler Eliot Wilson took five wickets in Wellington's 193 for eight. In reply, though, former Worcestershire batsman Nathan Round and wicketkeeper David Middleton --after a spell with Himley --scored half-centuries. The ninth wicket fell in the last over of the match.
Oliver, who is coach at Walsall, was playing only due to the late unavailability of a player.
A captain's innings by Greg Wright led Himley to a surprisingly comfortable victory over weakened Mosele.
After a steady start, lefthander Wright (101 from 130 deliveries) added 113 for the fourth wicket with former Worcestershire all-rounder Stuart Lampitt (60 not out off only 50 balls).
In reply Moseley lost leading batsman Wasim Khan, to a run out in the second over - Chris Pearce with a direct hit - and were soon 12 for four. Tim Heap took three for 53 with fine medium-pace, fellow seamer Dave Willis taking four for 26 as Moseley were dismissed within 35 overs. Only Ian Stokes, with 33, could resist.
Kenilworth Wardens bowled and fielded very well for a five-wicket win over inform Old Hill. Skipper Harshad Patel hit a half-century for Old Hill but fine bowling by left-arm spinner Sitanshu Kotak (five for 35), with fine support from skipper James Jordan, kept the total down.
The Wardens' reply was three times delayed by rain. An unbroken sixth-wicket stand between Jordan (27 not out) and Mark Pidgeon (37 not out) saw their side home.