A bottom of the table clash between Farnsfield (75) and Glapwell (79-4) saw Glapwell claim their first win in the Mansfield and District League Premier Section this season.
Anston (109-1) continued their good form by beating third placed Welbeck Colliery (108) by nine wickets.
Hucknall (70-5) got back to winning ways by beating Mansfield (70) by five wickets in a low scoring affair.
In Section One Welbeck Colliery (122-9) lost to Ashover (126-2), though two Ashover batsmen failed to get their 50, E. Dickens and J. Nutt both finishing on 49 not out.
In Section Two Marehay (248) enjoyed a winning draw against top of the table and old rivals Morton (204-7), D. Garsite top-scoring for Marehay with 124.
Denby’s (169-9) winning draw at Blackwell (159-8) halted the home side’s charge towards what would have been their first win of the season, with Blackwell’s Rob Williams ending unbeaten on 89.
Killamarsh (55) gave Chesterfield Barbarians (59-1) their first Section Three maximum points of the season, their best performance coming from M. Winson, who took 6-5 with the ball.
Despite losing to Ockbrook & Borrowash (222-6), Parkhead (219) maintain a healthy lead on their rivals.
The top of the table clash in Section Four saw Papplewick & Linby (118-1) take a nine-wicket win increase their lead over second placed Wirksworth & Middleton (117-9) with C. Blatherwick taking 6-18 for the winning team.
South Normanton (233-1) failed to beat Cutthorpe (175-5) who gained a losing draw, J. Wilkinson top-scoring for South Normanton with 130*.
In Section Five Shirebrook (80) lost to Sheffield Transport (81-6) giving Transport their first win of the season.
A win for Byron Abbey (141-8) over Chesterfield CC (59) lifted Byron to joint leaders in the section.
Dronfield Woodhouse (148-9) had their third consecutive Sunday win by beating Clowne Town (148-9) in Section Six.
But Clay Cross (162) continue to struggle, this week losing to The Wednesday (164-4) by six wickets.
In Section Seven both Waleswood and their opponents Edwinstowe failed to raise a team.
In Section One, Kirkby Portland (208) just failed to finish off Underwood (176-9) and had to be content with a losing draw, J, Caunt with 70 and A. Dallison with 53 for Kirkby.