GVA put too many runs on the board for DWF to chase this week in the Warwickshire Taverners, with Liam McKenna and Tom Prince both reaching their retirement scores.
KMPG made light work of the total of lawyers Gateley and reached their victory target in only half their allotted overs.
Shakespeares and Clement Keys fell victim to the weather. Clement Keys will be looking to pick up another win, which may put them in with a shout of making the semi-finals.
It still looks like lawyers DAC Beachcroft will have the unusual advantage of most of the other fixtures being completed so knowing what they will need to make the semi-finals. This is due to a very unlucky run of rain showers. The calculation still appears to be quite simple – win all your games and you should make the semi-final.
Phoenix Group have won three from three so far and play their last fixture against winless Gateley on July 11.
A win will see them top Group A and take one slot. The other two groups are wide open with the top spots still up for grabs, along with the leading runner-up from Groups A and B.
Warwickshire Taverners Trophy, Week 9: GVA Grimley 160-4 in 16 overs (Liam McKenna 35 not out, Tom Prince 35) beat DWF 131-8 in 16 overs by 29 runs; KMPG 105-3 (Ishaq 37 not out, Matharu 27 not out) in eight overs beat Gateley 104-8 in 16 overs (Richards 30 not out, Detko 2/16) by 7 wickets; Shakespeares v Clement Keys - match postponed due to weather.