Round-up of Saturday's cricket action in the Lincolnshire Premier League
Market Deeping recorded their seventh successive Lincolnshire Premier League victory on Saturday after a convincing success against Woodhall Spa.
They ran out 128-run winners in the match at Outgang Road to move up into sixth place in the league table.
Deeping had totalled a sizeable 296-7 from their 50 overs after winning the toss and electing to bat first.
Openers Josh Smith (57) and Connor Gillett (36) set the tone with a 108-run partnership for the first wicket.
Dave Sargeant then struck 43 with Zeeshan Manzoor adding a run-a-ball 33 before skipper James Hook hit five fours and a six in his 37 off just 21 deliveries.
Woodhall were then dismissed for 168 in their reply as Hayatullah Niazi spearheaded the home bowling attack with 4-35 from eight overs.
Ashar Hafeez took 2-44 while there was a wicket apiece for Hook and Smith as Woodhall were bowled out in the 31st over despite Matt Carter cracking eight fours and three sixes in his 70.
Bourne remain in pole position after a four-wicket derby win at Spalding who were dismissed for 174 after batting first.
Openers Ollie Dring (89) and Jon Manton (25) had got Spalding off to a solid start with a 60-run first wicket partnership.
However, the home wickets then started to tumble as Spalding lost batsmen at regular intervals with Nilantha Atapattu (20) the only other player to make double figures.
Rob Bentley was in fine form for Bourne by taking 4-39 while Colin Cheer, Jack Berry and Ben Wright all struck twice.
Atapattu enjoyed some early success in the Bourne reply as he bowled both openers Sam Evison and Jordan Temple cheaply to leave the visitors on 31-2.
Wright then led the fightback in style as he smashed 12 fours and a six in his 67 which came from just 37 balls.
Carl Wilson then guided Bourne to their 12th win of the season with an unbeaten 39 which keeps them 18 points clear of second-placed Grantham.
Atapattu finished with 3-37 while Harry DeCamps claimed 3-51 for Spalding who remain in ninth place in the 12-team division.