Overstone Park had a mixed week as they beat Rushden 8-4 at home, before following it up with a 21-2 defeat at Cold Ashby three days later.
Tony White and Tom Nickleson (three holes) and Andrew Hopkinson and Martin Barrs (three holes) topped and tailed their victory against Rushden, but Ashby proved too strong as Stephen Bull and Colin Bell in game four and Jon Pycraft and Graham Hanmore in the last tie both enjoyed seven hole wins.
Wellingborough’s strong middle order made all the difference in their away contest with Oundle as they completed an 8-7 win.
Although the hosts took games one, two and five, and halves the last tie, Wellingborough grabbed the honours thanks to Nick Clansey and Adam Perry (two holes) and Steve Coles and Ashley Connolly (six holes).
Hellidon Lakes were far too strong for Farthingstone as they made it three wins in five outings with a 25-0 home success.
The result never looked in doubt once Darren Welsh and Gavin Aris took the opening tie by seven holes for Hellidon and Richard Barnes and Roy Trim cantered to a nine-hole victory in the next game.