KINGSLEY hung on for a draw against newly-promoted Hartford to remain top of Division One.
Opting to bat first, Hartford's top order found scoring difficult on the wet pitch as they made 105 from their allotted overs, Adrian Burden taking 4-29.
Kingsley made a slow start to their innings and, despite a late surge, they were forced to close on 79-9.
At BUNBURY, the home side beat Woodford by four wickets. Woodford batted first and made 145-7 but Bunbury won the game with 146- 6.
In Division Two, another disappointing batting display condemned SAUGHALL to defeat against lowly Eastham.
Eastham struggled through and their 107ao (Mike Andrews 2-19, Adam Griffiths 2-22) looked like a comfortable score for Saughall to reach, but a subdued batting display saw them slump to a disappointing 76ao (Chris Andrews 19, James Huxley 18).
Captain Huxley said: 'We should have won comfortably. Chasing 107 should have been a formality but once again we shot ourselves in the foot. But despite results not going our way, we are competing well in this league.'
In Division Three, hosts Rostherne beat CAPENHURST by nine wickets. Capenhurst were bowled out for 75 but Rostherne won the game with 79 for one wicket.