Bradley Perrett took six wickets as Wisbech Town CC lengthened their lead at the top of the Cambs Tucker League with a 61-run win at Sawston on Saturday.
The teams on their heels Foxton and Ramsey could only draw with each other, so Wisbech are on 324 points, Foxton 296, Ramsey 294, Godmanchester 292 and March 248.
Wisbech finished on 203-9 declared, openers Gary Freear 48 and captain Alan Burton 29 putting on 70. James Williams top scored with 60.
Kiwi Perrett - who enjoyed a productive weekend with 11 wickets - then produced figures of 8-2-30-6 as Sawston were dismissed for 142 in 37.3 overs (Craig Johnson 3-21 and Jack Hastings 1-19).
Burton said: “They put on 50 for the final wicket so their score was not really a true reflection of how it went.
“They were out of the game pretty early on as they lost wickets.
“Johnno took a wicket in his second and fourth overs, while Brad Perrett took a wicket in his second, fourth and fifth overs.”
Next weekend in a crunch match at home to second place Foxton, Jack Hastings is unavailable. Burton is unsure about the unavailability of Sam Rippington.
Burton said: “We’ll probably go with Kieran Haynes and ‘AN Other’ if Sam can’t play.”
Buntingford beat Wisbech 2nd by 6 wickets in CCA Senior League Division 2
Wisbech 159 in 42.3 overs (Charles Baxter 79, Jason Esser 54).
Buntingford 160-4 in 29 overs (Kieran Haynes 3-54, Brodie Ellis 1-27).
Wisbech Town 4th beat Soham by 6 wickets in Mr Cricket CCA Junior League 4 North
Soham 129 in 32.3 overs.
Wisbech 132-4 in 29.2 overs.
Wisbech beat Oundle by 22 runs in Rutland League Division 1
Wisbech 117 in 34.5 overs (Gary Freear 55, Dom Stannard 13, James Williams 19).
Oundle 95 in 26.4 overs (James Williams 2-25, Bradley Perrett 8-2-33-5, Brodie Ellis 1-19, Gary Freear 2-8).
Bourne 2nd beat Wisbech by 7 wickets in Rutland League Division 5
Wisbech 130 in 42.4 overs (James Sheppard not out 61, Rhys Howell 20, Ben Tarrett 11).
Bourne 133-3 in 23.1 overs (Harry Johnson 1-24, Jason Esser 1-30).
Somersham Town beat Wisbech 3rds by 4 wickets in the Fenland Invitation Trophy
Wisbech 104 (Tom Chapman 40, Harry Drew 11, Harley Hollis 13, Muhammad Niaz 25).
Somersham 107-6 in 26.1 overs (Drew 1-20, Chapman 2-22, Hollis 3-12).