The in form Ranjit Bagwe couldn't prevent his side drawing at Hanwell on Saturday (21) despite taking centre stage for Pinner again.
Batting first, Pinner got off to a great start with John Spencer (54) and Bagwe (67) batting superbly.
Bagwe's third half century in as many weeks was well supported by useful contributions down the tail, including a positive knock from Kam Mistry (21 not out), which helped the away side post a healthy 231 for nine.
A win looked to be in the bag when Hanwell lost two early wickets but good work from Pinner's paceman Gary Steadman (3-61) and the economic spinner Bagwe (2-19) was not enough to prevent the game petering out to a tame draw, with Hanwell finishing on 153 for five.
Pinner then fell at home to New XI from Waltham Cross on Sunday (22) with the visitors posting a formidable 227 for seven in 40 overs.
Main wicket takers Joban Kaboor (2-53) and Norman Williams (2-33) couldn't prevent the onslaught and Pinner's batsmen were left with an uphill struggle.
In reply Williams (28), Asif Khan (68) and Phil Roberts (22 not out) dug deep to post a respectable 192 for eight but they feel 35 runs short in a what proved to be a very entertaining game of cricket.