Rigs smashed the highest score of the Victoria Park Community League season to beat Mile Tailenders.

Openers Dom Whitlock (51) and Johnny Conolly (52) set the tone, with Joe Sherrock blasting 54 and captain Joe Lewis adding 38 as they posted 236-2.

Dave Hill hit 50 as Tailenders finished on 171-6.

Stokey Saints edged past Islanders, for whom Ruaridh Anger (30) top scored, as Tim Richards hit 39 and Andrew Davies 22 in reply.

And Mad Marrocas remain unbeaten in Division Four, after collapsing to 80-5 but limping to 124-6 against Mashia.

Joe Gray (30) and Kam Weekes (26 not out) led the way, as Simran Singh took 3-20, with Iain Blackwell hitting 32 as Masiha finished 12 runs adrift.

Old Monks ended Broadway’s unbeaten league run in Division Three, as Ameya Tripati (50) and Som Cottekalapanda (43 not out) saw them chase 130-5 in 14.4 overs, and Anirban defeated MUFG, who posted 146-6, with an over to spare thanks to 51 from opener Mahfuz Mahi.

Pacific made it four wins from four when beating Division Two rivals Wolverines, who lost a wicket in the first over before posting 133-3.

Jake Waring top scored with 54, with Tristan Lincoln-Gordon was caught on the boundary for 49 in reply as Pacific eased home with four overs to spare.

Clapton FCC defeated Regents in a reduced 14-over contest in Division Five, after their rivals reached 132-4 thanks to David Campbell (42) and James Maple (38).

Tristan Skitt smashed 50 in four overs in reply, alongside 38 from David Macguire as Clapton raced to victory in 11 overs.

Rose & Crown defended 149-5 against Wapping Dolphins in Division One, after Pat Heaphy top scored for them with 39.

Harsh Baldotaook (3-45) shone for the Dolphins, who raced to 103-2 in 10 overs thanks to 32 from Dudley Spiers.

But Joe Fisher claimed 3-21 as the Dolphins floundered and finished on 132.

Sky 2 defeated De Beauvoir Dugongs after captain Nozmul Hussain returned to the crease in the 11th over and finished unbeaten on 65 in their 161.

James Paterson smashed 54 in reply, alongside 44 from Luke Pharoh, but a late collapse saw Dugongs close on 141-6.

Sky Mighty Tigers kept title hopes alive by beating I Don't Like Cricket as Aleem Hussain and Rafique Rahat both smashed half-centuries in theie 217-5. Ross Legg (37) top scored as IDLC made 157-5.

Stokey Scoundrels made it four wins from four as they defeated Victoria Lounge in Division Three.

Despite losing an early wicket, they recovered to see number three Hugo Clay strike 52 alongside 32 from opener Tom Davies to reach 159-4, after a late burst by MV Rao who hit 30 off nine balls.

Lounge slipped to 15-3, before eventually being bowled out for 50 in 11 overs.