Wimblington beat visitors Needingworth, who are top of the table, on Saturday.
Wimblington fielded first against Needingworth who had only lost one game before this one.
Wimblington’s best fielding and bowling performance of the season resulted in them bowling Needingworth out for 88; Ashley Irvine bowled a tight 10 over spell with three maidens for 0-21.
Jason Bullman bagged 2-17, Adam Westwood 2-29 and Kris Judge 6.4-2-20-5.
Wimblington were 89 for 2 off 30.2 overs and always looked comfortable. Dave Walker scored 15, Sean Stimpson 29 no and Matthew Day 23 no.
Chatteris won an exciting Fenland Trophy match against March seconds at The Avenue on Sunday by four wickets with only eight balls to spare, thanks to a hard hitting knock by Liam Boxall.
Boxall struck a commanding 66 off 80 balls including seven 4’s to steer the visitors narrowly home in a tense finish.
Earlier after winning the toss March scored 161-3 in their 40 overs. Their leading scorer was 15-year-old Adam Conyard with 38, who added 65 with skipper Stephen Wallis 29 for the first wicket before the latter retired hurt, while Marcus Kirby 25, David Haslegrave 24 and Anthony Henson 21 increased the run rate later in the innings.
The home side’s wickets were shared between James Shepherd 2-38, David Haslegrave 2-36, Adam Conyard 1-30 and the impressive Josh Fox who took 1-16 in his 8 overs.