Whaley Bridge entertained Dove Holes and having asked the visitors to bat, they soon bowled them out for just 87 as Eddie Ford (5-18) and Dale Jones (4-28) did the damage.
J Beveridge then hit an unbeaten 36 as Whaley Bridge finished on 88-3.
Compstall were also bowled out for under 100, as they travelled to Broadbottom and were 96 all out thanks to 4-25 from Danny France.
Broadbottom then lost five wickets in reaching their target.
Hawk Green batted first at home to Hayfield and recorded a total of 206 all out. Pete Richards scoring 43. Hayfield were then devastated by Richards (5-36) and Jordan Henderson (5-24) as they were blown away for just 63.
Mottram posted 190-9 batting first at Tintwistle, J Smith making 42 and Liam Wright 40 while Martyn Harris took 3-28. Tintwistle were then restricted to 137 all out in reply, K Davies top-scoring with 31.
Dinting batted first at Old Glossop and hit 250-8, debutant Martyn Knight striking 96. It wasn’t to be enough however, as Matt Woodcock smashed 140 in a total of 251-9.
Woodley elected to bat first at home to Birch Vale and finished 153-8, Harrison Webb scoring 34. Birch Vale then struggled to 122 all out in reply, with P Coffey taking 4-29 and Connor Cramwell 4-29.
In Division Two, Buxworth were asked to bat first by visitors Hadfield and slumped to 7-4 before Chris Ripley smashed 72 to help the home side recover to 103 all out.
Rick Tranter then hit 32 before the innings was closed out by Cam Ball (30 not out) and Jamie Squires (31 not out), as they took the score to 104-3.
Buxton were bowled out for just 101 at home to New Mills, with Joel Frowhein scoring 45 not out as Dave Ward took 5-35 and M Birchenhall 3-21. In reply New Mills reached 102-4 to claim the win and move up to second.
Newton travelled to Charlesworth and batting first were bowled out for 105, with P Elliott achieving a respectable 6-17.
Newton then saw bowlers S Stevens (5-17) and D Weston (5-24) reduce their hosts to just 55 all out to record a 50-run win.
Hazel Grove batted first as they travelled to Hollingworth and were fearing the worst as they were reduced to 69 all out, R Gibson taking 6-16. Hollingworth however had no answer to the bowling of Mark Clayton, who took 6-15 to see the home side 52 all out.