Ribblesdale Wanderers won the Clitheroe derby on Sunday at Church Meadow.
Wanderers, batting first, totalled 123-7 in the rain-affected game, with Brannon Varley cracking 61.
And in reply, Clitheroe’s reply fell short by 46 runs as they were restricted to 77-8, with Varley rounding off a man-of-the-match performance with a five-wicket haul, returning figures of 5-34.
The previous day, however, Wanderers lost in ignominious circumstances, as they were blown out for 68 by Cherry Tree.
Batsmen could get starts, not no-one was able to push on for a significant score as Mark Hadfield took 4-9 off 4.5 overs, while Andreas Sudnik took 2-3 off 4.
Professional Muhammad Wajihuddin made 11, Varley 19 off 25 balls and John Rain 16, but they were powerless to prevent a seven-wicket victory for the visitors.
Wajihuddin took 2-14 off 6.2 overs, but Hadfield’s 33 saw Tree home.
Clitheroe, meanwhile, enjoyed a 22-run victory over Earby at Chatburn Road.
Paul Gaskell’s men batted first and totalled 138, with former skipper Naeem Ashraff top-scoring with 57, while Josh McDowell hit 41.
And Earby were dismissed for 116 in reply as professional Kashif Siddique took 5-46.
Hassan Fazal added 4-13 off nine overs.