MILNTHORPE went to the top of Division 1 with a 2 wicket win against neighbours Arnside.
James Parkinson strangled the Arnside innings with 4/19 from 16 overs, before Nick Lewthwaite (5/36) exploited the surface, but Milnthorpe were in trouble at 47/7 before Lewthwaite (38 not out) and Woodburn (17) steadied the ship and the win was secured.
Carnforth lost top spot after a disastrous collapse at Westgate.
Westgate were indebted to Gary Tattersall (41) and Andy Hill (43) as they closed on 152/8, but at 71/0, Carnforth were in control.
Yet once Hill (3/31) removed Ryan Nelson (26) and Chris Parry (48), Zak Buchanan took 6/33 and when Sam Conroy yorked Alex Benson, the visitors were all out for 130.
Tom Jacques (62) and Simon Gould (38), enabled Shireshead to declare on 215/7, then Jacques took 3/6 as visitors Silverdale were all out for 121, while Trimpell were on the wrong side of a thriller at Outmoss Lane.
Rob Davies’s 93 drove the Burneside innings with support from Charlie Hutchinson (43) and Paul Wilson (41) to finish on 205/8 but Paul Thompson (48), James Lambert (35) and Andrew Churton (35) kept Trimpell in it though Marcus Oates (4/42) and Ben Leacock (3/31) kept taking wickets.
Trimpell needed only 12 from 3 overs and when Mike Bland hit the first ball of Oates’ over for six they were strong favourites, but Burneside battled on and Leacock’s wicket from the first ball of the final over gave them a 4 run win.
Heysham beat Holme by 5 wickets with 4 wickets apiece for Sam Calverley and Andy Powers as Holme made 147/9, and the same pair led their side home with the bat.
Warton made 156 with 58 from Ali Matthews though Chris Evans (5/21) and Jonny Matthews (4/47) bowled well. 
But the experience of Carl Bevan (42) and George Willacy (59 not out) was crucial in gaining Sedgwick a three wicket win as Graeme Crowther took 5/48, his fifth 5 wicket performance of the season.
Captain Neil Dugdale hit 5 sixes in his 81 as Carnforth 2nds posted 260/8 on Saturday thanks to Michael Baxendale (61), 50 by Glenn Russell and 42 from Lee Hodkinson, then Joe Gibson (6/37) and Archie Rich (4/40) bowled unchanged as Shireshead 2nds folded for 84. 
Then a winning draw in a high scoring game against Penrith 2nds on Sunday ensured they went top of Division Two, and credit to Peter Robinson, the Carnforth groundsman, whose pitch garnered over 800 runs over the weekend.
Cartmel moved clear of the relegation zone with two wins beating Westgate 2nd XI (105) by 6 wickets on Saturday (Jan Jacobus Weir 47) and Coniston (82) by 8 wickets on Sunday. Joe Atkinson (4/26) was denied a first five wicket haul for the season by a front foot no ball.
Andrew Butler’s 70 enabled Bare to score 168/8 with Andrew Metcalfe taking 4/54 for Kirkby Lonsdale who made 115/8 in reply.
Sam Till’s (5/25) accounted for Leven Valley (104) as Arnside 2nd XI won by 7 wickets. 
Trevor Metcalfe (47) led the chase as Holme 2nd XI beat Netherfield 4th XI by 6 wickets, while it was a nailbiter at Ingleton.
The home side could only make 98, but it was left to last wicket pair Zach Gillespie and Denzil Henderson to edge Windermere over the line. 
Windermere went top in a double victory weekend when they beat Netherfield 4th XI by 106 runs on Sunday. Sam Harrison made a superb 91 not out for Windermere (163/9) (Lewis Airey 4/28) before Dan Sykes’ 4/3 ripped the heart out of Netherfield’s batting.
Sedgwick 2nd XI beat Bolton le Sands by 5 wickets. Mark Brickles’ obdurate 37 not out couldn’t stop the visitors being dismissed for 99 (Bernard Pickthall 4/21), then a career best 67 not out by Tom Willacy gained Sedgwick the win.
 Lindsay Thompson made 57 against his former side Silverdale as Carnforth 3rd XI made 160/8 with 12-year-old Harry Mason taking 4/25, then spinners Sam Barlow (4/22) and Mark Bradley (4/13) dismissed Silverdale for 71.
In Division 4 Ambleside stay top with a 7 wicket win against Ingleton 2nd XI (88) as Barnaby Wileman took 4/18.