Defending champions Dinting recorded a big win away at Dove Holes on the opening day of the new PS Derbyshire and Cheshire season.
The visitors amassed 285-7 as Adam Wilson (pictured, below) top-scored with 128, whilst Greg Harwick (45) also contributed.
Dove Holes then fell to 152 all out as Kieran Jones made 32, with Jon Coleman taking 4-25.
Old Glossop travelled to Hayfield and were bowled out for 126, J Eyre with 33 as M Procter took 4-20. K Sharpe then smashed 68 not out, as Hayfield raced to 130-1 to secure the win.
Mottram batted first at Hawk Green and made 175-8, Liam Wright with 41 as Mark Richards took 3-31. In reply Hawk Green then collapsed to 60 all out with A Burke taking 4-33 and Mike Scott 3-22.
Birch Vale batted first at home to Compstall and ended 148 all out with J Marshall scoring 45 as D Heginbothom took 4-59. With the scores level Compstall then won the game with a six as they finished on 154-8, Millen making 56.
Tintwistle travelled to top tier newcomers Woodley and hit 166-6, Damien Weatherhead top-scoring with 71. Woodley fell short on 141 all out, despite 43 from James Duggan.
Broadbottom travelled to Whaley Bridge and batted first with Chris Cheetham-Roberts hitting 83 as they romped to 239-8. Whaley then struggled to 139 all out, C McIlveen scoring 44.
In Division Two, Hazel Grove made the journey to High Lane and hit 263-4, Rick Burke scoring 95. High Lane’s batsmen then found Jason Leach in stunning form with the ball as he took 5-3 to bowl High Lane all out for just 26.
Newton batted first at home to Chapel and made 167 all out with K Handforth hitting 55. J Jackson then hit 38 for Chapel who reached victory at 171-7.
Hadfield batted first at home New Mills and scored 182-8, Jonny Tranter with 81. New Mills then got close in reply, with C Firth making 41 but they closed on 175-8.
Charlesworth made 154 all out against Buxton with Elliott Morley hitting 34. R Povey then took 3-40 in the Buxton response as they fell to 138 all out.
Buxworth batted first at home to Hollingworth and scored 182 all out, C Ripley top-scoring with 45. Hollingworth opener Tom Thorley (85) was then the last wicket to fall as they were bowled out for 146, Will Cotton taking 3-20.