Wycombe House will be tempted to take a doubleheaded coin along to their next game after losing their sixth consecutive toss of the season on Saturday.
Unsurprisingly, visitors Highgate put them in to bat on a wet bowler-friendly wicket, and House soon lost both of their openers.
Ben Taylor and Gurjit Sandhu saved the innings with a partnership of 50, with talented teen Sandhu making an exquisite 79 following on from his 85 the week before.
The tail chipped in with a few useful runs too as House posted a challenging 179 from 55 overs in the Middlesex County Cricket League, Division Three clash.
However, with the wicket drying, batting became easier and Highgate took full advantage and were always favourites to reach their target.
Wickets did fall thanks to some inspired bowling and the odd brilliant catch, most notably from ex-skipper Jaysen Allen, who rolled back the years with an audacious dive and somersault.
However, Highgate reached their target in the final over for the loss of six wickets.
Teddington still top the Premier after winning by five wickets at Winchmore Hill, thanks mainly to Toby Bailey's 74.
Twickenham undone all Justin Scriven's (5-61) good work after being skittled out for 117, having bowled out South Hampstead for 242, in Division Two.
Richmond's match against Wembley was postponed.