Sub professional Neil Hornbuckle hit an unbeaten 99 to take holders Darwen through at the expense of Greenmount after a 4 wicket win at The Ainsworth Lord Estates Ground. Chasing a revised target of 197, Hornbuckle hit five sixes and nine fours in his 70 ball knock. He put on 103 for the 2nd wicket with Mark Friend (47). Scott Jackson also hit 20 with Matt Senior picking up 4-31 for Greenmount. A superb innings of 120 by opener Jack Harrison helped Greenmount post 222-8. Harrison hit eleven fours and three sixes in making his runs from 146 balls. He added 89 with professional Chesney Hughes (31), 52 for the 4th wicket with skipper Ryan Senior (10) and 55 for the 5th wicket with Matt Donnelly (18). Reece Davies took 3-36 for Darwen. Scorecard

An unbeaten half century by Ashar Zaidi steered Norden to the Second Round of the Worsley Cup at the expense of his former club Accrington. Norden professional Zaidi hit an unbeaten 59 from 78 balls with four fours and two sixes to seal an 8 wicket win at the Property Shop Arena. Stand-in skipper Jimmy Hayhurst top scored with 16 with Riley Armstrong and Stuart Crabtree making 15 apiece in Accrington's 100 all out. An opening spell of 3-31 from Chris Humphreys put Norden firmly in control. Zaidi conceded just 6 runs in taking the wicket of Crabtree in 7 overs against his former club. Mutan Saeed ran through the lower order taking a senior best 4-24. Tom Walker (2-19) gave Accrington a glimmer of hope by removing openers Josh Tolley (4) and Joe Humphreys (5), but Steve Pimm (24 not out) and Zaidi put on an unbroken 87 for the 3rd wicket to seal victory in the 27th over. Scorecard

A century opening stand helped Walsden to a 9 wicket win at Ramsbottom. Josh Gale hit 63 from 71 balls, including nine fours, adding 105 with Jake Hooson who finished unbeaten on 39. Cameron Hanson was also unbeaten on 17 when Walsden passed their rain reduced target of 131 in the 26th over. Professional Umesh Karunaratne took 3-25 and Josh Gale 3-22 to help restrict Ramsbottom to 133 all out. Brad Fielding hit 30, Harry Caton 26, Kieren Grimshaw 15 and Jamie Pilling 14 for Ramsbottom. Scorecard

An unbeaten 80 from Matt Oddie helped Great Harwood to a first ever win in the Worsley Cup at the expense of East Lancs at Alexandra Meadows. Oddie hit ten boundaries, adding 83 for the 3rd wicket with professional Thikshila de Silva (32) and an unbroken 50 with Reece Willetts (29 not out) to see the visitors reach their rain reduced target of 167 from 44 overs in the 35th over for the loss of 3 wickets. Half centuries by John Turner (71) and Joe Bolton helped East Lancs make 182-9 from 50 overs. Opener Bolton hit six fours in his 60 with Turner striking two sixes and five fours in hitting 71. De Silva took 6-16 in a fine spell. Scorecard

A fine all round performance by sub professional Primosh Perera helped Colne to a 51 run win in the local derby at Nelson. The Sri Lankan hit 47 before being last man out, opener Kenton Rhodes made 38 and skipper Matt Walker 15 in Colne's 150 all out. Neil Thompson (3-11 from 10 overs) and professional Usman Tariq (3-25) picked up 3 wickets apiece for Nelson. Perera then took 4-17 to help bowl Nelson out for 99. Chris Gildea top scored with 17 for the home side. Scorecard

Sean Hunsley and sub professional Samit Patel took 4 wickets apiece to help Haslingden to an 80 run win in the local derby at Rawtenstall. Hunsley took 4-29 and Patel 4-25 with Oliver Lord chipping in with 2-32 to dismiss Rawtenstall for 137. Home professional Saliya Saman top scored with 43 and Blake Pickup and Matt Kershaw made 18 apiece for Rawtenstall who fell from 108-4 to 137 all out. Lewis McIntosh led a middle order fightback after Haslingden had struggled to 97-5 to help the visitors post 217-9. McIntosh hit 51 from 64 balls with four fours and a couple of sixes. Garry Sudworth (29), skipper Jordan Shannon and Hunsley (15 apiece), Alex Coleman (14) and Joe Sipocz (11) all chipped in with only Patel (29) making his mark in the top order after Ishaq Hussain (3-30) again impressed with 3 early wickets. Cameron Holder also picked up 3-56. Scorecard

League champions Burnley beat Division 2 leaders Enfield by 5 wickets at Dill Hall Lane. Burnley professional Ockert Erasmus led Burnley to victory with an unbeaten 56, including eight fours. Chasing a rain revised target of 141 from 41 overs, Burnley fell from 39-0 to 81-5 when Erasmus was joined by Harry Tomlinson who hit an unbeaten 23 in an unbroken stand of 62 with his professional. Bharat Tripathi took 3-37 and Chris Holt 2-44 to help restrict Enfield to 157-7 in 50 overs. Professional Stuart Els top scored with 45, Lewis Wright hit 43, Liam Jackson 26 and opener Jack Cook made 16. Scorecard

A thriller at Towncroft saw Division 1 side Middleton edge Division 2 Bacup out by 1 wicket with 4 balls remaining. Last man skipper Dale Highton (5 not out) and Malik Ammar Amjad (12 not out) kept their nerve to take Middleton into Round 2. Ben Lord (3-23) and Fin Testa (3-35) kept Bacup in the game with Grant Jones (36), Rehan Udwadia (25), professional James Price (22) and Keelan Shipley (19) chipping in with useful runs as the home side chased a revised target of 189 from 40 overs. Bacup professional Sachithra Serasinghe top scored with 77 in his sides 211. Serasinghe hit eleven fours during his 103 ball innings. Aaron Fielding hit 30, Jake Sunderland 21, skipper Simon Newbitt 20 and wicketkeeper Matt Collinge made 16 with Price picking up 5-50. Scorecard