Fishlake recorded their first win of the season by emphatically defeating Hooton Pagnell by 106 runs.
Josh Yeaman (86) and Josh Mason (63) helped Fishlake post an impressive 246-7 in 46 overs.
Steve Hardaker claimed 4-49 for the visitors.
In reply wickets fell at regular intervals as Hooton stuttered to 140 all out.
Tailender David Kaye (31) offered resistance before becoming one of Ian Walker’s six victims.
Walker finished with figures of 6-41, while Frederick Stevens (3-46).
The victory moved Fishlake up to the fifth in the early standings.
In Division Two Hatfield Town suffered their first defeat of the season as they lost by three wicket to Glasshoughton.
Town reached 240-7 off their 46 overs thanks to a brilliant maiden century from teenager Ellis Pattison who eventually fell for 104 and a solid 48 from opener Matt Cockburn.
Glasshoughton set about their reply in determined fashion with opener Rob Sperrin hitting 103 and Alex Clemo 53.
Despite Connah Pattison taking 4-36 the hosts made it home with ten balls and three wickets to spare.
Town remain just two points off the top of the table.
They are level on points with Barnby Dun who eased to a seven wicket win over Crofton at Glass Park.
Thomas Webster, Umar Ali, Idris Khan and Mark Nurse all claimed two wickets apiece to reduce Crofton to 129 all out.
Barny Dun lost both openers without scoring but an excellent 82 not out from Sam Millward saw the home side to victory.
Hatfield Town B beat Stainborough by seven wickets to keep their perfect record in Division Five intact.