HARROW Town managed to hold on to top spot in Division Three despite losing at home to fellow promotion candidates Uxbridge on Saturday.
Uxbridge won the toss and put the home side into bat on the rain soaked wicket, which aided the bowlers as Harrow managed just 134 all out.
The visitors then reached the target with four wickets to spare, claiming the full 10 points.
Harrow's loss means Uxbridge move just six points behind them in second while Highgate also remain six points adrift thanks to local rivals Kenton who saw them off on Saturday.
They will be looking to widen the gap this weekend when they travel to second from bottom Wycombe House.
The seconds also fell short in their fixture against Uxbridge in what turned out to be an unwanted double against their rivals over the weekend.
A ton from Uxbridge's Peter Singh put the home side in the driving seat as they made 174 after being put in by Harrow.
Darvill then caused the most damage to Harrow Town's top order, claiming 5 for 31 as the visitors fell short reaching just 130.
The third team were extremely lucky to salvage any pride for Harrow as they also looked destined for a defeat at the hands of Uxbridge.
Home side Uxbridge looked set to take all 10 points as they stormed to 229 for 6 thanks to 93 from Tony Reilly and 59 from Rob Darvill.
In reply Harrow Town managed to hang on for the draw as they finished their innings 133 for 9.