Collingtree Park’s Andy Dennis and Tony Schomberg were involved in the crucial game for the second match runnings as they secured the vital point on the 18th hole against Stoke Albany’s Paul Wilson and Callum Plowright in a 3-2 win.
The duo, whose defeat in extra holes at Cold Ashby meant the team started the season with a 3-2 loss, responded to the pressure by adding to home points from Ray Connolly and Trevor Twelftree (4&3) and Conor Rosling and Andy Castell (5&4).
Priors Hall got their second narrow victory of the season with a 3-2 home success against Rushden.
After beating Silverstone by the same scoreline three weeks earlier, the Corby club were made to battle once again as Rushden clinched games one and three.
Trevor Shiells and Pete Dee’s slender win in the second tie proved decisive for Priors as Callum Milne and Sean Aitchison (3&2) levelled the match, before Paul Briggs and Scott Gordon sealed the victory by the same scoreline.
Kettering B remain in pole position after picking up their second victory in three outings with a 4-1 home success against Oundle.
In a match a lot closer than the final scoreline suggested, Kettering secured the plaudits thanks to Jim Campbell and Lee Smith (2&1), Dave Draper and Graham Jones (5&4) and two wins in extra holes.