Best bowling of the week came in Division Three as Dave Turner of Whittington Wanderers took a magnificent 9-57 as home side Richmond were dismissed for 200.
Earlier Wanderers had posted a winning 211-8 (Vickery 73no).
Leaders Baslow were surprisingly sent back for just 44 at TRS who had earlier made a useful 191 all out (A.Hone 4-69).
The highlight of the day in Division One came at Parkhead, where the visitors, second placed Holmesfield racked up a superb score of 336-3.
Skipper Jimmy Pearson hit a magnificent unbeaten 167. The home side made a sprited reply closing at 239-9.
This win took Holmesfield to the top of the table, while Parkhead remain third place.
Hathersage picked up another good win at home to Hundall, to see them reach mid-table safety. Hundall made 136-9, which the home side passed for the loss of six wickets at 138-6 (J.Askew 43no).
Unbeaten Division Two leaders Stocksbridge scoring an impressive 286-5. They then dismissed third-placed Dronfield Woodhouse for 93.
Second in the table Calver went down to a surprise home defeat to Millhouses Works 2nds. The visitors made an impressive 201, with Matt Summerhill contributing 44. For Calver, Ed Coxhead had another excellent return of 7-66. The home side were then sent back for 138.
Ashford are in good form. They bowled out Sheffield Transport for 87 (Paul Marsden 5-27), moving onto an eight-wicket victory at 92-2 (Zac Dann 43).
Hallam 3rds had a good win at Grindelford. Batting first they made 205 all out (J.Outram 4-36). Grindleford in reply were all out for 151, Outram hitting an unbeaten 81.
In Division Four, Apperkowle 2nds 109 were beaten by Sheffield Zingari 112-5.
Chesterfield Barbarians 2nd 138-5 (G.Bramwell 71no) had a good win over Sheffield Centralians 2nd who they bowled out for 134.
Coal Aston 3rds 157-3 (B.Eke 42) had a seven-wicket home win over Hathersage 2nd 154 (Clement 42, Ramsden 5-52).
Hundall 2nds made 183-6 (R.Simpson 44) and then sent back Youlgreave Lodge for 103 (R.Abbott 40, Allender 4-27).
In Division Five, Baslow 2nds hit a huge score of 329-5 at home to Chesterfield Barbarians 3rds.
Adam Sateur clubbed a magnificent 130, and the prolific Tont Sadler made 98. They then bowled out the away side for 157 (Alan Evil 41, Harry Madin 5-50).