Round-up of Sunday's action in the Rutland League Cricket League
Barnack recorded a crushing 217-run win against Uffington in Sunday's Rutland League Division One derby.
The victorious hosts made 306-8 from their 45 overs with Amir Munir hitting 16 fours and a six in his 85.
Asim Butt added 69 and Bash Hussain was 52 not out at the close with Rob Dunn collecting three wickets for the visitors.
Hussain then took 4-14 from a superb nine-over spell as Uffington were bowled out for 89 in their reply.
Burghley Park were also on the receiving end of a heavy top flight defeat against City.
Mark Saunders had taken 4-39 as City made 270-8 after batting first.
Burghley though had no answer to South African ace Tashwin Lukas in their reply as he returned an incredible 8-7 from just four overs as the visitors were skittled out for 41.
Four wicket hauls from Matt Mills and James Hook helped Market Deeping to a 32-run win against Long Sutton in their Division Two tussle.
Deeping had made 225-6 from their 45 overs after batting first with Josh Smith (72) and Will Naylor (66) leading their charge.
Mills - who had made 32 with the bat - then took 4-28 while Hook returned 4-30 as Long Sutton were dismissed for 193.
Stamford went down by 49 runs in a low-scoring clash with Ufford Park.
Ufford had been bowled out for 135 after batting first with Ansar Hussain hitting 40 and Dave Stratton taking 3-30 for Town.
Ed Cox, Alex Mears and Sandeep Dahiya then all took three wickets as Stamford were dismissed for 86 with Stratton their top scorer after making 31 not out.
Bourne were beaten by 71 runs in their Division Three match against Hampton at the Abbey Lawn.
Freddie Arlott had taken a superb 5-13 from nine overs to help restrict Hampton to 203-9 from their 45 overs.
Yuvraj Ranaut top-scored with 36 in the Bourne reply and Henry Brewster made 29 as the hosts were bowled out for 132.
Uffington 2nds lost out by 66 runs in a high-scoring contest at Kimbolton.
The hosts had made 306-7 after batting first with Colin Miles taking three wickets for Uffington.
Damien Herrick led the visitors' reply with an unbeaten 82 while Tim Pratt added 37 as they closed their 45 overs on 240-6.
Muhammed Rizwan - batting at number eight - hit an impressive 80 for Ufford Park 2nds in their five-wicket defeat against City 2nds in Division Four East.
Rizwan's late rally after Arsalan Maqsooud had made 43 helped Park post 183-9 from their 40 overs.
Rizwan then took 2-37 but an unbeaten 123 not out from City opener Sheroz Hussain helped the Peterborough side to victory in the 37th over.
Barnack and Burghley Park booked their places in the semi-finals of the Stamford Charity Cup after victories on Monday night.
Barnack beat Stamford Town in their quarter-final clash by seven-wickets while Burghley were 24-run winners against Castor.
Stamford had been dismissed for 130 after batting first with Raghavendran Suryanarayanan top-scoring with 24.
Yaseen Muhammad, Mohammed Raheel, Arshad Majeed and Haidar Hussain all took two wickets for Barnack who reached the required target in 16 overs.
Shahzad Amir led their charge by making 65 while Bash Hussain was unbeaten on 29 at the close.
Peter Foster hit a half-century for Burghley while Caius Headley (32) and Sam Potter (30) offered strong support as they totalled 134-3 after batting first against Castor.
Mo Azhar then took 3-17 while Headley and Alex Ashwin bagged a brace each as Castor were restricted to 110-8 in their reply.
Ufford Park were beaten by 14 runs by City who had been restricted to 84-6 after batting first.
Ibrahim Javed took 3-24 for Ufford who were then bowled out for 70 in reply as Tashwin Lukas again starred for City with 5-17 from four overs.
Bourne also progressed to the semi-final after Ketton Sports conceded their last eight tie.