Round-up of the weekend action in the Lincolnshire Premier Cricket League
Bourne made it four wins out of four by triumphing in a tense tussle with Bracebridge Heath at the Abbey Lawn on Saturday.
The reigning champions secured their four-wicket win with just eight balls of the Lincolnshire Premier League contest remaining.
Bracebridge had elected to bat first and made 237-9 from their 50 overs.
Kit Spence (66) and Alex Willerton (56) were the mainstays of their innings as Brandon Diplock led the home attack.
The Zimbabwean took 4-23 from 10 overs while Tom Patchett and Sam Evison both collected two wickets each for the hosts.
Evison (51) and Jordan Temple (63) got the Bourne reply off to a solid start with a 75-run opening partnership.
However, Jonny Cheer then fell first ball with Pete Morgan lasting just two deliveries as Bourne slipped to 101-4.
Skipper Courtney Kruger then led the revival by hitting 11 fours and a six in his 77 runs off 71 deliveries.
He had a crucial 76-run stand with Carl Wilson (14) before adding 52 runs for the sixth wicket with Rob Dunn.
Kruger fell with Bourne eight runs short of victory but Dunn (18no) and Diplock (4no) successfully guided them home.
Spalding were brought crashing back down to earth after last week's first win of the season.
They lost by 253 runs against Lindum after being bowled out for 41.
Lindum had batted first and made 294-4 from their 50 overs with Gus Robbins smashing 12 fours and two sixes in an unbeaten 109 not out.
Will Wright then took 3-17 with Andy Harris helping himself to 3-5 as Spalding were shot out inside 23 overs with none of their batsmen making double figures.
Deeping are still seeking their first win of the season after a 68-run home reversal against Scunthorpe.
Their visitors had been dismissed for 212 after batting first with Hayatullah Niazi claiming 5-40 for Deeping.
Dave Sargeant then led the home reply by top-scoring with 66 while Niazi was unbeaten on 22 at the close as Deeping were dismissed for 144 as George Drewery took 4-22 for the victorious visitors.