There was a thrilling tie between Barkisland and Shelley and a string of close finishes in the Drakes Premiership.
While Broad Oak, Delph and Shepley maintained 100% starts, Shelley needed 12 off the last over by 18-year-old Jake Finch to win at Woodfield.
Barkisland had totalled 190-6 thanks to a fine 66 from Jamie Summerscales, 41 from Alex Kaye and 34 from Zimbabwean overseas signing Gary Chirimuuta on debut.
Skipper Joe Sykes (38) and brother Louis (55) put Shelley in contention, while Mo Bhoola – who had taken four for 40 – was in at the end with Jordan Geldart.
Facing the last over, Bhoola hit a six off the second delivery and squirted some more runs to leave Shelley needing three to win off the last two deliveries.
Bhoola faced the last, needing two to win, and managed to scramble a single to make it four points apiece.
At Honley, Elland won off the last ball as they knocked off a target of 177-6.
Lewis Kenworthy was the best of the Honley batsmen with an undefeated 53, while Alistair Finn collected three for 53 for the visitors.
Saqib Matlub led the Elland reply with a terrific 76 and, with Liam Fletcher contributing 46 they managed to get home by four wickets.
Armitage Bridge must have thought they were going to topple Hoylandswaine, but the Haigh Lane side grabbed a one-wicket win.
The home side put up 152-9 with Danny Moorhouse hitting 39 not out while Iain Wardlaw took three for 48.
Ryan Robinson was the best of the Swaine batsmen on 57, while SP Singh made 42, and they just did enough for the six points.
Arron Lilley smashed a super century – 128 – as Delph powered past Kirkburton after totalling 318-8 at Riley Lane.
Lilley hit 50 off 52 balls and went to his century in 88, taking 122 minutes and hitting six fours and five sixes.
When he was out for 128, he had faced 96 balls and hit seven fours and eight sixes.
He was backed up by 69 from skipper Andrew Gleave, who hit 11 fours and a six, while Craig Fletcher claimed four for 84 for Kirkburton.
Toby Booth hit 40 and Jonny Butterfield 54 – his half century came in 76 minutes and included four fours and three sixes – but Burton were never up with the rate and were dismissed for 229, former Burton player Greg Buckley taking five for 53 and Lilley three for 36.
Kiwi Henry Cooper was another man to hit a century, for Broad Oak in their win at Skelmanthorpe.
He hit 107 in the Oak total of 236-5, while the home side were held at 197-9, Harvey Booth and Adam France sharing seven wickets.
Upul Bandara and Will Hinchliffe took four wickets apiece as Scholes were rolled for 100 at Golcar.
But the champions hit back to skittle the home side for just 52 in reply, no-one getting into double figures, as Louis Brook claimed four for 23 and brother Tom three for 17 off nine.
Shepley kept their 100% record, but only by one-wicket at home to Cawthorne.
The visitors put up 150-4 thanks to ex-Shepley player Liam Wiles with 78 not out, but Aussie Daniel Anderson guided Shepley to victory with a fine unbeaten 86.