Leyland's magic number: 233
Both Luis Reece and Brett Pelser hit centuries in Leyland's 233 run victory at St Annes forming a partnership worth 233, with the visitors posting an unbelievable total of 311 for two off 50 overs.
Luis Reece was unbeaten on 145 off 148, which included 4 fours, and 12 sixes, whilst Brett Pelser made 121 off 110, which included 8 fours and 7 sixes.
In reply Luis Reece put in an all round performance taking 5-39 as St Annes were shot out for 78 in 33 overs. There were also wickets for David Makinson (2-14), Liam Hurt (2-11) and Henry Thompson (1-2).
Kendal were closing in on the top four after another impressive performance as they defeated Lancaster by 60 runs at Lune Road.
Chris Miller's team went into the game without a few key players, meaning that Terry Hunte and Jack White opened in what was a new opening partnership.
Kendal posted a good score of 162 for seven off 49 overs, as Terry Hunte showed his class hitting a top scoring 76 off 108 balls.
Lancasters main threats came through Liam Moffat (3-26) and Timyacen Maruma (3-39).
Chris Miller and Jack White were in top form in Lancaster's reply with both taking five wickets, as Miller ended with figures of 5-70, whilst White ended with figures of 5-32, as Lancaster were all out for 102.
Chorley survived the weather to defeat Preston by four wickets in a low scoring game at Windsor Park.
The hosts bowled Preston out in just 20 overs for a low score of 59, Billy Smith with figures of 4-23, Will Moulton with figures of 3-4 and Chris Harty 2-30.
In reply Preston made a game of it with Lukman Vahaluwala taking 4-29,however Chorley held their nerve to reach 60 for six in 24.4 overs. Jack Bentham's top scoring 24 helping them to the points.
All the other games were abandoned, Netherfields home game with Darwen started lasting just 11.3 overs with the hosts on 25 for two, before the rain came in.
The visitors taking the wickets of Chris Parry for 0 (bowled by Chris Wade) and then Marc Brown for 12 caught by Zac Whalley off the bowling of Niall Burke.
Both sides came out to try again but as they were about to re start more rain came in with the game being called off at 4pm!