Staffordshire finished the season in style by recording a 65-run victory over Cambridgeshire at March for their third win in a row.
With the second day of this game having been lost to rain, the hosts declared on their overnight total of 44 for five. Longton's Rob King (39) and Chris Howell (38 not out) then led the charge as Staffordshire raced to 141 for three to set up the declaration.
That left Cambridgeshire requiring 312 in 70 overs to win and, by doing so, top the Eastern Division table.
Half-centuries from former Leicestershire played Damien Brandy and Tom Harvey appeared to have put the hosts on track, but fine bowling from Longton seamer David Edwards (four for 55) helped bowl them out for 255. Suffolk finish as Eastern Division champions.
Herefordshire, meanwhile, managed to cling on for a draw against Berkshire in Reading.
Despite 70 in 66 deliveries from former Derbyshire player Mohammad Ali, the visitors were dismissed for just 222 in reply to Berkshire's 491 for four; a deficit of 269.
Obliged to follow-on, Herefordshire had to negotiate 57 overs to secure the draw. Thanks to an unbroken stand of 98 for the fourth wicket between Mark Dale (36 no) and Chris Boroughs (47 no), they finished on 158 for three.
Shropshire's bowlers were put to the sword as Cornwall completed an emphatic eightwicket victory at St Austell.
Shropshire set the hosts a victory target of 322 in 74 overs, but an unbroken stand of 199 in 191 deliveries from David Roberts (122 no) and Tony Penberthy (101 no) saw them home with 18 overs to spare.
Earlier, Shropshire were dismissed for 226 in their second innings.