Between them, competition leaders Uralla and Round Swamp lost just one wicket on their way to defeating Kentucky and Colts respectively last Saturday.
At the Park, Kentucky set Uralla a modest total of 74 runs thanks mainly to Beau Abraham scoring 32 runs batting at number seven, and Daniel Boyd, who made 17.
Uralla opener Andrew Fuller was the destroyer, snaring 7-24 off his seven overs, while Cameron Wood picked up 2-14 and Brad Ritchie 1-6.
In reply, Uralla were nearly home at 0-67 before top scorer Nathan Swann was caught by Daniel Blanch off the bowling of Brad Partridge for 40.
His fellow opener Nick Endacott remained 26 not out when Uralla passed their assignment shortly after.
Out at John Oxley Sportsground, Colts set Swamp a reasonable total of 177 where Daniel Hunt made 70 runs and put on a second wicket partnership of 84 with Jacob Sherrin who contributed 53 runs.
Opener Ed Blomfield was the only other Colts batsman to bother the scorers, with 28 runs.
Man of the match Ben France captured 4-33, Andrew Kelly collected 3-14, Lachie Fletcher 2-43 and Luke Wellings 1-58.
Swamp didn't lose a wicket on their way to victory with France agonisingly close to registering his maiden century before remaining unconquered on 96.
His opening partner Fletcher was unbeaten on 72 when stumps were drawn.
Opener Ed Blomfield went for 64 runs off his 10 overs, while his fellow opener Cameron Little sent down five overs at a cost of 33 runs.
Colts used six trundlers without any joy.