Hampstead have taken control at the top of the 2013 Middlesex ECB Premier League and are now 18 points clear of nearest challengers Ealing.
Their six-wicket win over Ealing this weekend could prove to be a pivotal result as they chased down 198 to win in 43.5 overs after Ealing were dismissed for 197, missing out on their chance to close things up again.
Teddington remain in third place, on 49 points to Ealing's 61 and Teddington's 79 after a six-wicket win over bottom side Eastcote.
It remains tight at the top of Division Two, where North Middlesex (62) and Brondesbury (59) are separated by a couple of points.
North Middlesex took a 49-run win over Uxbridge and Brondesbury were beaten by Harrow St Mary's, by five wickets.
It is a near-identical story at the top of Division Three, where just two points separate Kenton (65 points) and Enfield (63).
Kenton thrashed Edmonton by eight wickets while Enfield beat Wembley by seven wickets.
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