Mount are back on top of the arrowselfdrive Huddersfield Central League.
They jumped from third place to the summit thanks to a victory over Silkstone, while previous leaders Thurstonland lost to Nortonthorpe and second-placed Penistone were beaten by Edgerton & Dalton.
It’s now all getting very tight at the top as the league comes to a climax with three rounds of Sunday matches (starting at 1pm).
Mount elected to bat first when they won the toss against Silkstone and flourished.
They put up a total of 230-8 with Fakir Laher top scoring with 77.
In reply, Silkstone had a great start with a splendid 45 from Matthew Reynolds and 36 from Matthew Bennett.
However, Silkstone were eventually bowled out for 180 with excellent efforts by Riyaz Motala, who claimed four for 34, and Ismail Mayet with three for 54 to ensure the maximum six points and top spot.
Mount now know that three outright wins will give them the title for the first time in their history just a year after being promoted from Section A.
Mount go to Green Moor on Sunday, entertain Holmbridge on September 15 and then finish their season at Thurstonland in what could be a title decider.
Thurstonland slipped from the top thanks to a 30-run defeat at Nortonthorpe, being bowled out for 129 in reply to 159-9.
Penistone missed out on an opportunity to capitalise with a comfortable defeat at Edgerton & Dalton, who totalled 180-8 before dismissing their opponents for 101.