Unbeaten Division One leaders Dinting secured a seven-wicket win at home to Compstall to maintain their excellent form.
The visitors were reduced to 94 all out as Jon Coleman took 3-18 and Peter Hills 4-9.
Dinting then posted 95-3 to ensure they stay top of the table.
Broadbottom kept up the pressure at the top of the league with a dominant display at Hadfield.
The home side batted first and were bowled out for 176 as K Sharpe hit 34 and D Perrin took 5-30. In reply Aaron Walsh hit 92 and Ryan Welsh an unbeaten 75 as Broadbottom romped to 180-1.
Hawk Green set an imposing 276-9 batting first at Old Glossop with Pete Richards hitting a magical 129. In reply Andy Nicholson hit 46 and J Eyre 87 but 5-81 from J Henderson reduced the hosts to 213 all out.
Hadfield travelled to Tintwistle and made 139-9 from their 45 overs with Rick Tranter scoring 35 as AJ Harris took 3-20. Tintwistle then saw M Harris hit 42 but R Hirst took 5-41 to see Tintwistle fall agonisingly short on 132.
Whaley Bridge were bowled out for 116 at home to New Mills, Neil Woolley making 58. M Strong then hit 52 as New Mills reached 117-5 despite Ed Ford taking 3-36.
Mottram won the toss and elected to bat at Woodley going on to make 222-8 as Steffan Fielding hit 52 and Ryan Fitton smashed 71.
D Oldland top-scored with 43 in response but 5-70 from A Burke helped limit Woodley to 208-9.
In Division Two, Buxworth batted first at home to Chapel and were bowled out for 229 as J Gemmell hit 80 not out and C Ripley 53.
In reply J Wood hit 69, but Chapel were bowled out for just 138 as they fell 91 runs short.
Charlesworth travelled to Buxton and finished 199 all out as Elliot Morley hit 56 and Mudassa Muddy 57 while E Cash-Davies took 4-56.
Joel Frowhein then made 43 but 5-55 from Jonny Wardle reduced the hosts to 159 all out.
Hazel Grove struggled with the bat as they were bowled out for 96 at home to Birch Vale, J Bannister taking 4-19. Birch Vale then cruised to 98-2, L Kennedy making 51.
Newton were bowled out for 175 by visiting High Lane as N Tansella smashed 55 while debutant Ryan Nixon took 5-24 and Josh Noel 4-58.
High Lane then slumped to 80 all out as Sam Stephens took 4-43 and D Weston posted 6-28.
Dove Holes amassed a huge total of 296-5 batting first at Offertonl.
Tom Forder stole the plaudits with an unbeaten 105, while D Jones hit 76 and Jack Gregory added 65.
Sean Critchlow posted a superb haul of 7-40 as Offerton were bowled out for a total of just 97.