Northants County had few problems in their home game with Overstone Park as they won the first four matches in a 14-2 victory.
Tim Faulkner and Andy Cox in game three and Julian Moss and Neil Stephenson in the next tie were particularly impressive as they both triumphed for the hosts by five holes.
Defending champions Collingtree Park maintained their superb start to the new season as they made it four victories in four matches with a 7-0 success at Cherwell Edge.
With little to choose between the two sides, the seven-time winners led by just three holes with two games on the course, before Mark Cotton and Alistair Biggin (two holes) and Mike Clarke and Tom Low (two holes) extended the advantage.
Unbeaten leaders Brampton Heath enjoyed the biggest victory in the Handicap League for four years with a 35-0 home thrashing of Daventry.
The hosts displayed their ruthless streak as they recorded a collection of comfortable wins – topped off by a 12-hole success for Gary McAllister and David Masters in the last tie.
Kettering condemned local rivals Priors Hall to a fifth successive defeat as they romped to an 18-3 home win.
A home victory was never in doubt once Sean Suddards and Mark Franklin took the opening game by nine holes. Farthingstone beat Kingsthorpe 14-0 on the same day.