Jack Whyke hit an unbeaten 53 to steer Woolley to a seven-wicket victory over visitors Crossbank Meths, who had been dismissed for 143 thanks to Sam Jones taking five
Ewenny & Corntown remain second after bowling out Senghenydd for 136-- Gavin Flower taking five
for 36 - and then reaching 139 for three as Steve Richmond hit a fine 65 not out.
At Delph, Honley were skittled for just 71 with Nick Kenworthy taking five
for 22 and the home side raced to a 10-wicket victory.
Wayne Law's superb 106 not out for Aldridge in their 201 for four left Streetly hanging on at 147 for eight, Bob Dyer taking five
Harvard-Westlake was nearly as impressive, taking five
Normanby are second from bottom, but Darlington RA look destined to finish bottom, after a heavy defeat to Redcar, Tim Hood taking five
wickets as RA were bowled out for just 80.
Cawthorne, meanwhile restricted Crossbank Methodist for 141-9, Ian Norton taking five
for 53 before Dale Skelly scored 53, Darren Skelly 29 and Kevin Rank 20 not out in the eight-wicket canter.
Nathan Appleylard had earlier top-scored for Flockton with 39, backed up by Richard Hough with 32 as the Section C club totalled 172 with Atkinson taking five
for 54 and Zafar Iqbal four for 16.
Tim Hood did most of the damage with 5-25, Phil Timmens taking five
wickets for Bishops.