THERE was a veritable run feast at Primrose Hill, where the home side smashed one of the biggest totals in the Drakes League Second Eleven programme when three of their batsmen topped centuries.
Azad Ghalib (118 not out), Asif Iqbal (109) and Shamrais Hussain (105) piled on the agony for Hall Bower's bowlers, racking up a tally of 383-6 - the biggest total since Lascelles Hall's 425-1 last June.
It was a target Hall Bower were unlikely to reach, but opener Jason Greenway made a fantastic effort, scoring an unbeaten 162 himself as the visitors made a highly respectable 293-3 in reply.
There was another high-scoring Premiership Two game at Meltham, where the home side made 259-7 with several batsmen chipping in well, led by Howard Palmer (who else?) with 60, Jack Holroyd (43), Barry Shaw (41) and 15-year-old Luke Kenworthy (35).
But it was nowhere near enough, as Barkisland scorched past the total with seven wickets and four overs to spare.
Ben Jobson (75) and Peter Rothwell (37) gave the visitors a good start, and Russell Holroyd (66no) and Callum Thompson (65) led them through to victory.
Lascelles Hall enjoyed an eight-wicket romp over Kexborough, Ben Cockshaw hitting 88 not out, with support from Richard Shaw (56 not out).
Richard Wimpenny made 46 for Scholes, with plenty of his teammates contributing to the 193-8 total against Skelmanthorpe.
Stuart Hartill matched Wimpenny's score, but his teammates could not cope with the bowling of young Tom Brook, who took five for 19 from nine overs as the visitors lost their last six wickets for just seven runs to slump to 165 all out.
There was a half-century for Andy Keeling as Slaithwaite edged Shelley by one wicket, while Alan Cawtheray all-but steered Honley to a seven-wicket win over Shepley with a knock of 88.
Mark Chamley (80) and Adrian Smith (41) lifted Micklehurst to a respectable 256 tally against Elland, who had only Jez Firth (70) and Dave Brier (32) offering much in return.
Holmfirth won the battle of last year's two promoted Conference champions, beating Broad Oak by nine runs.
Mick Hellawell made 49 batting at No9 for Holmfirth as they fell for 140 to Julian Vickerman (4-23) and James Anderson (3-46).
Lee Watmough then hit back with four for 21, including the wicket of leading scorer Ben Burnett for 40, leaving Vickerman undefeated on 20 with nine runs required.
Gareth Crowther hit a ton for Golcar and claimed a couple of wickets in their Cedar Court game against Marsden.
Crowther made 115 and Urfan Ali 55 in the 246-7 scoreline, Marsden being bowled out for 167, Steve Smith making 53 and Carl Zaffino 49.