Leaders York suffered their first league defeat for a year when they lost by just three runs against in a tense finish against Driffield.
Medium-pace bowler Graeme Wiles took a hat-trick as Harrogate joined York at the top of the table after beating Sheffield United at home by 58 runs.
Chris Brice produced a fine all-round performance as defending champions Woodlands extended their lead in the JCT 600 Bradford League First Division on the day bottom club Saltaire gained a surprise win at Hanging Heaton.
Carlisle remain on top of the North Lancashire and Cumbria League Premier Division, two points ahead of Furness, after both sides took victories this weekend.
Carlisle beat Whitehaven by seven wickets while Furness hammered Millom by 112 runs in a one-sided match.
Just two teams - Hertford and Old Finchleians - are now unbeaten at the top of the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League after the weekend's action.
Hertford dismissed Luton Town & Indians for 74 and cruised to an eight-wicket win while Old Finchleians chased down 273 to beat Ampthill Town.
Ealing mantained their three-point lead over Hampstead at the top of the 2013 Middlesex ECB Premier League as both teams won over the weekend.
Ealing were pushed hard by Stanmore before winning by three wickets while Hampstead beat Twickenham by seven wickets. Stanmore's defeat has allowed Richmond, who beat Winchmore Hill by 72 runs, into third place in the table.
Jack Leaning and Luis Reece continue to lead the way in the Cricket World Club Most Valuable Player Batting and Overall Ratings. However, there is a new leader at the top of the Bowling Ratings. Veteran Saffron Walden left-arm spinner Tim Smith has now played the required minimum number of matches to enter the list and does so in top spot.
Overseas batsman Fakhar Hussain equalled the Bradford Leagueâ€™s highest score of 214 as he helped Windhill to a 115-run win at bottom club Great Horton in the Second Division.
Hussain slammed 15 sixes and 20 fours as he equalled the record set by Azam Khan playing for Hartshead Moor against Keighley in 1998. It was only the fifth individual score of more than 200 in the 110 year history of the league.
Just two points separate Carlisle (92) and Furness (90) at the top a tightly contested North Lancashire and Cumbria Premier Division Table after the Bank Holiday action.
This week, Carlisle beat Wigton by 80 runs and Furness beat Haverigg by six wickets and they are both closely followed by Cleator (84), Haverigg (83) and Keswick (82).
Four teams have protected their unbeaten records at the top of the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League and 13 points separate them.
Leading the way are Hertford with 67 points ahead of Totteridge Milhillians (63), Old Fincheians (54) and Hitchin (52) close behind.
Ealing sit on top of the 2013 Middlesex ECB Premier League and are one point clear of Teddington after a six-wicket win over Eastcote this weekend.
While Ealing (21 points), Hampstead (18) and Stanmore (15) are all unbeaten since the start of the season, Teddington have won two and lost one, their latest victory coming against Hornsey, by the margin of 51 runs.
Lancashire, Leeds/Bradford MCCU and Unicorns all-rounder Luis Reece is the early leader of the Cricket World Most Valuable Player Overall Ratings.
With the early rounds of the 2013 club cricket season completed and most players, at least in the northern leagues, having played the minimum number of three matches to qualify for an appearance in the ratings, the 22 year-old has emerged as the stand-out player.
Manningham Mills are the new leaders of the JCT 600 Bradford League First Division after gaining maximum points as they beat Baildon by 88 runs at Scotchman Road.
Opener Adal Islam was top scorer against his old club with 80 not out in Mills' formidable total of 264-5.
Jonny Moxon, son of Yorkshire's Director of Cricket, Martyn Moxon, played a key role with his pace bowling in Yorkâ€™s seven home win against Doncaster Town.
Opener Simon Widdup and James Stuart put together a third wicket stand of 147 as Doncaster totalled 221-8 with Widdup hitting 11 fours and two sixes in his 101 while Stuart struck seven fours and two sixes in his innings of 71, Moxon taking 4-34.
In scenes reminiscent of 2012, the entire programme in the North Lancashire and Cumbria Premier and First Divisions was washed out this weekend.
The lack of action means that Haverigg (61), Furness (54) and Cleator (50) lead the way at the top of the Premier Division while in the First Division, Egremont are on top with 63 points, Cletaor II are six points behind and Cockermouth II have 54 points in third place.
There were no positive results in the opening weekend of the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League but Totteridge Milhillians sit on top of the table with 17 points.
Old Finchleians come next with 16 and St Albans are third with 11.
Teddington and Finchley top the early 2013 Middlesex ECB Premier League after winning their opening matches against Richmond and Eastcote.
Eastcote were subsequently docked 10 points for fielding an understrength team, which nevertheless only went down by one wicket.
Thames Ditton Cricket Club will be taking on a blind and partially sighted team from Cricket for Change in a T20 Blind Cricket match to take place at 13.00 on Thames Ditton Green on Sunday 12th May 2013.
Phil Tufnell's Cricket for Change team have challenged the local side, Thames Ditton CC to a game with a difference: they will all be blind-folded.
Pudsey Congs are the only unbeaten side in the First Division after their 40-run win at Cleckheaton while Pudsey St Lawrence, Hanging Heaton and Woodlands lost their first matches of the season.
Congs recovered from losing their two wickets in the first three balls of the match to former Yorkshire pace bowler James Lee and were in further trouble at 73-6 before former Cleckheaton player Ed Walmsley (38) and wicket keeper Jack Seddon (46) led a recovery...
Yorkshire second team batsman Jack Leaning scored his second century of the season with an unbeaten 119 to help York beat Sheffield United by 144 runs.
Leaning and Liam McKendry shared an opening stand of 113, McKendry scoring 57 and his younger brother Ryan making an undefeated 66.