WESTBOROUGH and Green Moor share the early lead with holders Cumberworth after the opening series of games in the Arrow Central League's Premier Section.
The Dewsbury side defeated Holmbridge in their latest clash, Riaz Motala taking six for 29 as the Holme Valley team were dismissed for 126, chasing a victory target of 205.
Green Moor also had few problems after making 184-5, Mark Sykes top-scoring with 63 before shooting Denby Dale down for 96, Noel Bramall and Sykes taking four wickets apiece.
Seven wickets for Richard Parkes helped Cumberworth knock over Old Almondburians for 142 of which Will Atkinson made 73.
James Senior replied with 48, but they lost six wickets in the process.
Meanwhile, Hoylandswaine, who grabbed the headlines after knocking out Drakes League Premiership side Lascelles Hall in the Sykes Cup, demonstrated their power at Leymoor where they dismissed the Golcar side for 99.
Ian Simon took five for 20 and Danny Mulhall three for 43 before Simon also contributed 39 with the bat as the Swaine won by six wickets.
Edgerton & Dalton lead Section A after battling to the league's first tie of the season, when both they and Higham, were dismissed for 139.
Mirfield moved into second spot after beating Heckmondwike, Andrew Kaye making a top score of 41 in Mirfield's 153 all out.
John Knowles claimed six for 71, while Gary Senior took three for 19 for Heckmondwike.
Tim Vaughan made a half-century in reply for the visitors, but apart from No10 batsman Paul Senior, had no support as the visitors were dismissed for 129, Ben Allen taking five for 61.
Both the Azaad sides continue to struggle so far this season (the first team are still without a win in the Premier section) and the Seconds lost this week to visiting Woodfield Park, with S Ahmed the star man, taking nine for 42 and then scoring 42.
Upper Hopton cracked a hefty 257, D Greenwood making 78 and Paul Wild 70 at Kaye Lane, despite a seven-wicket return from M Shaw.
Almondbury Wesleyans could manage only 180-7 in reply, Shaw adding 33 and Tom Binns 27, while Greenwood also scooped four wickets.
Denby moved joint top of Section B after beating Birchencliffe by eight wickets.