Imran Jamshed was the Fordhouses hero, taking five
for 41 to set up his side's eight-wicket win over Stourbridge.
Riaz Sheikh then got to work with his leg breaks, taking five
for 16 from 16 overs as Water Orton closed on 126-7.
Rizwan Malik did the trick for Birkby Rose Hill, taking five
for 32 to destroy Penistone's hopes of going through.
Normanby Hall were all out for 33 in reply, with opening bowlers Billy Hodgson and Sam Berry taking five
wickets between them.
Barry Wanderers were shot out for 151 by Cardiff Gymkhana III in Division Two Abdullah Jaura taking five
for 43 - Saled Mohammed (41) and Imran Jaura (40 not out) seeing Gymkhana to 152 for five and ending Barry's promotion hopes.
Bhadri top-scored for the Solihull side with 50 out of 150 for seven, before Kenilworth replied with 111 for eight, Parmar taking five
The Wolves are a dark horse to win the 3-A title, after taking five
games to mesh as a team.
Stokesley won a high scoring game against Seaton Carew, Ian West taking five
wickets while Ian Still and Phil Ramage both made half centuries.
Paceman Sean Mee did the bulk of the damage, taking five
for 23 in 7.