Zahid Ahmed took a hat-trick and claimed 6-16 in just six overs as Wycombe House secured a four-wicket victory over Alexandra Park.
Only Kieran Lee, Vishal Thanki, James Crichton and Tharic Sameem reached double figures as House bowled Park out for 133.
Despite losing two quick wickets, a strong partnership between Mehboob Elahi and Savin Perera took Wycombe House close. Although they lost quick wickets as they neared the target, Perera was on hand to guide them home.
Indian Gymkhana were beaten by 107 runs at Stanmore CC to drop to second from bottom in the Middlesex Premier League.
The hosts plundered 286-5 from 61 overs with Rishi Pandya and Jimi Chialoufous scoring half-centuries.
On a difficult day for the bowlers, Bupinder Singh returned the best figures, taking 2-76 from 20 overs.
In response, the Gymkhana top order made starts but nobody went on to make the big score.
Singh was the pick of the batsmen, scoring 42 from 21 balls with four sixes, but it was not enough as Gymkhana were all out for 179.
Old Isleworthians enjoyed a six-wicket win over West Byfleet. Gary O’Connell and Gunawarda Roy took three wickets apiece to bowl their hosts out for 137.
Despite losing openers Neil Mason and Mike Peries for ducks, Roy and Mujad Sherif came together to score the necessary runs, although it was Jason Harcourt who was 19* as the winning runs were struck.