SUB professional Daryn Smit starred as Burnley moved up to second in Division One of the Lancashire League with a win over Lowerhouse.

The South African hit an unbeaten 84 in the hosts' 143-3 before taking 5-27 as House came up 32 runs short.

Ramsbottom are third after going down to a six-wicket defeat against Walsden.

The visitors were dismissed for 154, captain Tom Parton top scoring with 39, before Joe Gale blitzed an unbeaten 62 from 38 balls to see his side to victory.

Norden top the pile after getting the better of Accrington in a game that went down to the wire.

Former Lancashire man Karl Brown made an unbeaten 56 at the top of the order for the home side as they finished on 139-3 in a 26-over game.

There was then a captain''s innings from Hashum Malik to see the Rochdale side to victory.

He made an unbeaten 37 from 30 balls to win the game with two balls to spare.

Ross Brown took 3-37 for Accrington who are fifth in the early table.

Darwen are bottom but have now won their last two, seeing off Church by 139 runs on Sunday.

It was thanks in the main to a fine performance from the top order, professional Marques Ackerman top scoring with 66, captain Scott Friend making 62 and Ammer Mirza 42.

Lancashire's Alex Davies, playing for his hometown club as he returns from injury, made 15.

It resulted in a total of 240-9 from a reduced 35 overs which proved too much for Church, Phill Gilrane their top scorer with 22 having earlier taken 3-46.

For Darwen, Kamran Anwar took 3-20 and John Cordingley 3-32.

Clitheroe were eight-wicket winners over Crompton.

The hosts were dismissed for just 78 with a half century from Charlie Dewhurst seeing his side to victory.

Todmorden, second from bottom, were three-wickets winners at Rochdale.

Former Lancashire and England man Chris Schofield was the star, taking 4-43 with the ball as the hosts were restricted to 148-9.

Professional Ed Moore played almost a lone hand with 89.

All-rounder Schofield then saw his side to victory in the final over with an unbeaten 60, six fours coming in his 73-ball innings.