Rutland League cricket round-up
Barnack boosted their hopes of being crowned Rutland League champions after victory in Sunday's table-topping tussle.
They defeated City by 35 runs in the Division One match at Woodlands to open up a 41-point gap at the top of the table.
Asim Butt played a starring role in their innings as he made 112 to help Barnack post 225-9 from 45 overs.
Shahzad Amir also added 41 before Barnack bowled out their hosts for 190 as Butt completed a fine personal performance with 6-45 from nine overs.
Oakham's Division Two match with Uffington was abandoned due to rain with the game finely poised.
The Rutland side had batted first and made 295-5 from their 45 overs with Wes Durston hitting 103.
Neil Southern struck 58 while Ryan Lewis added 48 before rain brought a brief halt to proceedings.
Uffington were set a revised target of 231 from 35 overs and had made 94-1 when rain stopped play. Harry Bentley made 35 while Josh Bentley was 33 not out at the close.
Bourne's Division Three match at East Carlton was cancelled while Ufford Park 2nds lost by five wickets at home to CSKA in Division Four East.
Danny Harrington hit 43 as Ufford were bowled out for 162 which CSKA passed inside 27 overs despite Damian Willatt taking 3-34.
Stamford 2nds and Market Overton both suffered home defeats in Division Two of the Grantham & Melton Association.
Stamford lost by seven wickets against Sileby Town who reached their rain revised target of 67 after bowling Town out for 98. Joshua Moverley top-scored with 20 for the hosts.
Marko were beaten by eight wickets at Thorpe Arnold after being bowled out for 91. Nathan Adams and John Whiting both made 18 for the Rutland side.
Rain washed out the entire programme of matches in the area on Saturday.
All games featuring sides from the area in the Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Cambs and Hunts leagues were postponed.
The only match in the South Lincs and Border League to beat the weather came on Sunday when Billingborough 2nds beat Freiston by 40 runs in their Division Two match.
They made 165-8 from 35 overs after batting first thanks to the efforts of Luke Light (40), Callum Scott (36), Bill Sadler (29) and Caleb Jackson (25).
Freiston were bowled out for 125 in reply as Dan Adams, Raman Pasala and Stuart Gollop all took two wickets for Billingborough.