Dove Holes slipped to the bottom of Division One after a ten-wicket loss at home to fellow strugglers Birch Vale.
Dove were pitched in first but went for 148, A Critchlow top-scoring with 34 as Birch bowlers J Marshall (3-55) and J Linskey (3-14) excelled.
In response the visitors were faultless as openers Tom McIlvenney (92) and Will Freeman (43) were both not out as they reached their target without loss.
Title-challengers Old Glossop were the visitors at Compstall but were soon all out for 93, with Richard Chew taking 4-26 and C Wood 3-11. D Heginbothom then struck an unbeaten 60 as Compstall raced to 94-2.
Whaley Bridge batted first at Hawk Green and posted 193-7, J Beveridge and Neil Woolley both hitting 34 while Elliott Young took 4-72. Hawk Green then only lost three wickets in the chase as they reached 194-3, with Jordan Henderson striking 50 not out.
Tintwistle travelled to Broadbottom and had M Harris (50) to thank for their total of 94 all out, R Dooley taking 4-14. In reply Rick Baron was unbeaten on 42 as Broadbottom reached 100-5, M Harris finishing with 3-28.
Hayfield batted first at Mottram and in a reduced overs game they posted 228-6, Russ Evans smashing 123. It was not enough though as Jordan Irons made 51 and Ryan Nixon 54 as Mottram made 229-6.
Dinting were bowled out for just 116 by visitors Woodley, J Trowsdale taking 4-23. P Goodhall then struck an unbeaten 41 as Woodley reached 118-5.
Promotion-chasing New Mills slipped to a rare defeat in Division Two, after posting 153-7 thanks to M Birchenall’s 56 not out. Chapel’s K Hallam took 4-79 and J Hawtin 4-40.
J Jackson was then 83 not out as Ben Harding hit 47 as Chapel marched to a winning total of 157-2.
Buxton hosted Hollingworth and were soon 116 all out, T Griffin hitting 38 as Dave Morris took 4-17. Hollingworth made no mistake in reply as Mike Knight was 59 not out as the visitors ended on 117-0.
Buxworth hit 112 at Hazel Grove with Mark Clayton (7-34) starring with ball in hand. Andy Thurston’s 41 then helped the hosts reach 115-3 to claim victory.
Hadfield made 136-9 at Newton, Jonny Tranter hitting 50 as D Weston took 5-55. Newton made no mistake in reply as C Handforth made 67 as the hosts reached 139-2.