PARKHEAD took full advantage of Stocksbridge having no game at the weekend to claim top spot by beating Hathersage.
However, this was not without alarms as Parkhead were all out for only 118 and once again were indebted to Chris Turner, who took 6-26 to send the home team back for 86.
Calver were bowled out for 150 and De La Salle cruised to a win by seven wickets.
In Division Two, Apperknowle have the top of the table to themselves after dismissing Weston Park for 118 and going on to a seven-wicket win.
Dronfield Woodhouse made 165-9, which Grindleford passed with three wickets down. Grindleford drop back slightly behind Apperknowle at the top.
Sheffield Civil Service hit 183-6 and then sent back lowly Baslow for 112 to keep the Service right up there in the mix at the top.
Ridgeway could muster only 85 in their game. Bakewell struggled, but ran out winners by four wickets.
In Division Four, Youlgrave’s 130 all out was underpinned by a superb 65 from young Jack McMahon. De La Salle II went on to record a comfortable, if rather pedestrian, win by eight wickets
In Division Five, Sheffield Civil Service II were dismissed for just 99, which was surpassed by Baslow II with five wickets in hand.