Sohail shines with four-wicket haul for victorious visitors
Barnack claimed derby delight after a four-wicket away win at Burghley Park in Saturday's Hunts League Division One clash.
They dismissed their hosts for 154 before reaching the revised target with more than 10 overs to spare.
Muhammad Sohail was the star of the Barnack attack after claiming 4-43 from his 9.5-over spell while Tahir Ali took 3-30 from 10 overs.
James Tavernor (33) and Chris Armstrong (27) were the pick of the Burghley batsmen as they were dismissed for 154.
Tahseen Ahmed (31), Gary Scotcher (28) and Nadeem Mohammed (22) were solid at the top of the Barnack reply.
And, despite Jim McIntosh giving Burghley hope with 3-26 from five overs, Abdul Waris (18no) guided Barnack to victory.
Burghley Park 2nds only had nine players for their Division Four trip to Upwood and were skittled out for 60 by their hosts inside 20 overs.
Julian O'Reilly (23) and James Biggs (14) were the only Burghley batsmen to make double figures as Steven Tuffin took 4-3 from 2.5 overs to rattle through the visitors' lower order.
Paul Simmons struck twice to return 2-21 from nine overs while O'Reilly claimed 2-15 from four overs, but an unbeaten 26 from Herbert Ushewokunze eased Upwood to the win.
Easton-on-the-Hill's Division Three trip to Huntingdon was cancelled due to the wet weather.