MATTHEW WOOD scorched to his second century in three innings as Emley Clarence kept up pressure on leaders Skelmanthorpe who are setting a super hot pace in the Drakes Premiership.
The Lidgett Lane side have yet to drop a point, and this week chased down Micklehurst's 219 total with ease, losing only two wickets in the process as Amit Dani (74no), Richard Parker (61no) and Max Joice (54) led the reply.
Earlier Qaisar Rashid had hit 10 fours and four sixes in his unbeaten 93, but it proved in vain as Andrew Clarke mopped up the innings with six for 82.
Over at Emley, Wood and Bilal Khilji put on 167 for the second wicket, before the Yorkshire batsmen fell for 105, made at a run-a-ball, and Khilji for 109, both to Nigel Senior.
Craig Stratford added a late 37 not out in the 280-4 tally, which proved far too many for visiting Hall Bower who were bowled out for 159, Khilji claiming six for 35.
Steve Whitwam helped himself to 172 off the Lascelles Hall bowling attack, and along with James Sykes (72) put on 189 for the first wicket as Golcar topped 300 for the loss of two wickets, Mitchell O'Connor weighing in with an unbeaten 56.
Darren Robinson then knocked over the top three batsmen as the hall plunged to 90-5 before Adrian Barbour (75) and David Redfearn (71no) staged a recovery with a six-wicket stand of 115 to secure a point.
Kamran Mirza had the day's best bowling figures of seven for 33 at Scholes, before Irfan Zahoor's unbeaten 110 led Delph & Dobcross to an eight wicket win, while Meltham's overseas player Grant Robinson made his first impact with 120, with Ainsley Swallow (74) and Ian Swallow (56no) in a 288-3 total.
Shelley responded through former Meltham man Muthu Pushpakumara (89), Sam Scott (59no) and Darren Lockwood (55), but came up nine short of victory.
Elland lost their unbeaten tag at Honley, where Richie Howarth bagged five for 75, before ex-Ellander John Greaves made an unbeaten 70 to steer Honley to a five-wicket win, while Trent Copeland's 66 helped Shepley to their first points at Slaithwaite.
Holmfirth lead the Cedar Court Conference after edging Thongsbridge by 28 runs in a Holme Valley derby.
Under 17 Ben Howitt scooped five for 14 in just six overs for the home side after Javed Iqbal (45) and Mike Bocarro (55) had put on 92 for the first Holmfirth wicket.
Iqbal and his junior namesake claimed seven wickets between them, and with another three from skipper Carl Jump, Thongsbridge were bowled out for 140, captain Peter Jackson make an unbeaten 57 of those.
Shivraj Khenwar produced a sparkling innings of 125 not out (16 fours) for Almondbury and with Simon Kay (85) put on 194 for the second wicket against Kirkburton.
Three of Burton's batsmen got into the forties however, while Tom Burkinshaw (six fours, three sixes) cemented the winning reply with an unbeaten 75.
Marsden gained their first win, beating Kexborough, Andy May taking six for 51, while Lepton's Simon Robinson bagged seven for 69 to beat Clayton West.
Matthew Steers was a five-wicket performer for Barkisland who head the Frank Platt after beating Armitage Bridge by eight wickets, while Broad Oak went run crazy at Linthwaite, smashing a massive 363-7 total.
Tom McCreadie led the way with 84no, backed up by Simon Hoyle (74) and James Howson (50). Linthwaite's Imran Malik hammered 131 but in vain as they finished 100 short, while Kirkheaton's strong batting line-up proved to hot to handle at Rastrick, Dale Winterbottom making 81 in the 143-run win.