Title-chasing Indian Gymkhana took a step closer to glory on Saturday with a winning draw against promotion rivals Shepherd's Bush.
The four points leaves Gymkhana 11 points clear at the top of Middlesex County Cricket League Division Two with three games remaining, and 12 ahead of their opponents in third.
Gymkhana declared on 175-9 after 50 overs at Thornbury Avenue, and so nearly took all 10 points but could not take the final Shepherd's Bush wicket, their visitors finishing their 50 overs on 149-9.
However, Gymkhana took the best of the draw for a faster run rate and are in pole position for a place in the top flight.
Meanwhile, Wycombe House's bid to return to the County League received a boost with an eight-wicket win over Alexandra Park, Alex Thamby taking 5-29, which moved them to within seven points of Middlesex Championship Division One leaders Bessborough with three games left.
However, Osterley's title hopes in the same division look to be over after slipping to fourth following a 208-run humbling by Old Actonians.
In Division Two, Turnham Green & Polytechnic hammered Swampbapa by 133 runs, while in Division Four, bottom side Rajput Samaj racked up 401 runs against Regents Park, Dhiren Darbar hitting 103 of them, but they had to settle for a draw after failing to take the last three opposition wickets, despite the best efforts of Dhiru Patel, with 6-36.
But Old Isleworthians & Heston appear to have dropped out of Division Three after forefitting their last two games.
Over in the Thames Valley Cricket League, Vikas Tokas's impressive season continued with a haul of 5-56 as Chiswick & Latymer beat Sonning by 77 runs, with Leo Glover smashing 58 runs, to keep their Division 2b promotion hopes alive.
And in Division 2a, Bhupinder Bisht took 7-27 and Mohit Mushar hit 55 as British Airways beat North Maidenhead by four wickets.