Premier Division champions Elsecar met Whitworth Cup holders Whitley Hall in the match of the day, but it turned into a disappointing result for home supporters at Armroyd Lane.
Elsecar were dismissed for just 111, only opener Jason Meadows staying for long, with 31, and Jim Tasker grabbed 6-27 for the Cup specialists, who eased to 116-4, with Jacob Castle scoring 42no.
Wath were 10-wicket winners over Norton Oakes, whipped out for 121, Derek Mitchell then cracking 84, with 12 boundaries in their 122-0.
Tickhill were convincing winners over Darfield, the School Street side being shot out for 147, with Alex Rowland bagging 6-15, this after Tickhill’s 229, in which Nicky Page slammed 84, with 14 boundaries. The pick of the losers’ bowlers were Ali Khan (5-27) and Paul Wilkinson (4-50).
Coal Aston came out best in the local derby with Aston Hall, making 211 with half-tons from Laurence Browse and Reece Shutt, and then holding the hosts to 203-9.
Main men for Hall were Joe Barker (41), Geoff Ashmore (5-59) and Josh Coulson (3-38).
Whiston were set a target of 237-6 at Wickersley, Andy Tomlinson hitting 86, but the Northfield Laners were up to the task, coming back with 238-7, with Richard Harrison hitting 88 and Muhammad Naveed (45).
Hallam picked up points at Treeton. Set a 216-7 target, Mark Williams racked up 90no and Harry Bliss (46), with Rob Barlow taking 5-24 and Greg Norton (4-55) for Treeton, who held on at 197-9 to avoid outright defeat.
The day provided five centurions, Rotherham Phoenix’s John Ashton’s 188 the pick, with 27 fours and four sixes, in the Division Two win over Doncaster Town.