Round-up of the weekend action in the South Lincs and Border Cricket League
A five-wicket haul from Dan Oldfield helped Long Sutton to a derby victory against Moulton Harrox on Saturday.
Oldfield took 5-20 as Sutton secured a six-wicket win in the South Lincs and Border League Premier Division clash.
They had bowled out their hosts for 131 with Andrew Wright then top-scoring with 42 as they clinched a comfortable victory.
Bourne 2nds remain in hot pursuit of league leaders Grantham 2nds after a narrow one-wicket win against Freiston at the Abbey Lawn.
The visitors had made 202-6 after batting first with Henry Brewster and Freddie Arlott both taking two wickets each.
Opener Ben Woodward made 48 in reply while Adam Binns scored a half-century with Arlott adding a further 26.
The wickets kept falling though and it wasn't until the penultimate ball of the match when Bourne secured the win with Brewster 11 not out.
Grantham 2nds were 141-run winners against Billingborough who were bowled out for 112 in their pursuit of their visitors' 253.
Chris King had taken 5-54 for Billingborough and Shane George grabbed 3-48 but their batsmen then offered little resistance despite the efforts of Aaron Pullum who made 45.
Market Deeping 2nds completed the double over Woodhall Spa following the first team's triumph with a 73-run win at Jubilee Park.
Maxwell Mullins made 54 and Dave Gillett top-scored with 64 with Javad Ghani adding 34 as Deeping posted 210-8.
Adam Muspratt then took 4-12 from five overs as Woodhall were bowled out for 137 in their reply.
A five-wicket haul from Eshan Mehta helped Baston to a convincing 10-wicket win over Heckington 2nds in Division One.
Mehta took 5-30 while there were braces for Ben Ashwell and Hans Mehta as Heckington were bowled out for 70.
Baston needed just 11 overs to secure the win with Ben Hudson 31 not out and Anthony Garmory unbeaten on 33.
Moulton Harrox 2nds were three-wicket winners at Ancaster while Spalding 2nds edged a close contest against their Billingborough counterparts.
Spalding 3rds secured their second win of the Division Two season after a 40-run victory against Uffington.
Nigel Gardner top-scored with 44 as Spalding made 199-6 from their 45 overs after batting first.
Felix Cunningham claimed 3-40 for Uffington who were bowled out for 159 in reply despite a half-century from opener Kobe Wiles.
Harry Birch, Billy Gallagher and Ollie Wright all took two wickets each for Spalding.
Long Sutton 2nds went down by 30 runs at Castor who made 222-7 after batting first.
Callum John took 4-47 for Sutton who were bowled out for 192 in their reply despite Dinesh Elangovan making 86.