Scout Hill suffered a six-wicket defeat at the hands of lowly New Sanam in the only Dewsbury District League Section A fixture to finish last Sunday.
Scout Hill were dismissed for 109 and with rain threatening, Sanam raced to 110-4 to secure a win which boosts their survival hopes.
Savile Town remain two points clear of Dewsbury Young Star at the top of the table after both seeing last week’s matches abandoned.
Savile Town dismissed Kismat for 170 as Javed Iqbal claimed 4-15, despite the efforts of Saeed Bariwala, who top scored with 36.
Savile Town were reduced to 19-3 in reply with Altaf Patel (3-10) doing the damage before rain stopped play.
Azad smashed 214-9 against Young Star as Shakil Khan hit a splendid 107.
Young Star reached 24-0 early in their reply when rain saw the match abandoned.
PAK reached 194-9 and reduced Friends XI to 32-2, while Gujarkhan Star were dismissed for 140 by Dewsbury, who were well on course at 34-0 in reply when rain hit.
Green Shirts recorded only their third win of the season in Section B, defeating Birkby All Stars by 72 runs.
Green Shirts posted 207 all out before dismissing Birkby for 135.
Savile Stars Shaheen also completed victory before the rain struck as they dismissed joint bottom side Driftwood for just 53 and completed a quickfire nine-wicket win.
Dewsbury United remain six points clear of Al Murad at the top of the table but will feel frustrated their advantage is not greater.
United dismissed Al Murad for 107 but were unable to start their reply as heavy rain saw the match abandoned.
Kashmir were dismissed for 168 but fought back well and reduced KK to 41-4 before the rain also saw that mid-table clash abandoned.