ONLY two games survived the weather in the Ribblesdale League but there was no stopping leaders Feniscowles who made it six wins out of six.

Fenny made the trip to Barnoldswick and batting first in a match that was reduced to 33 overs per side, made 164-6 with Mini Bhada (35) and Mohammad Bhada (57no) the main run makers.

Further rain reduced the match to 25 overs giving Barnoldswick a reduced total of 134.

In reply, they were dismissed for 103, bowled out in the last over of their innings giving Feniscowles a 12-point win and maintaining their 100 per cent record.

Matthew Cavanagh (24) and Matthew Simpson (26) were the main contributors with Waqar Rafique (6-52) doing most of the damage, supported by Mini Bhada (3-43).

Unbeaten Ribblesdale Wanderers took on Cherry Tree looking to keep the pressure on Feniscowles.

Ribblesdale lost the toss and were asked to bat.

A long period of rain reduced the match to 22 overs per side.

Openers Mack Spencer and Andrew Hutchins got the innings off to a fast start adding 101 for the first wicket when Hutchins was dismissed for 44.

Spencer went on to make 63 and late runs from Williams 44, ensured Ribblesdale set a stiff target of 174-7.

In reply Cherry Tree made 112-7 off their 22 overs, Ian Britcliffe taking four wickets.