The Seconds suffered a second consecutive reverse as their batting once again misfired as they slipped to a 61 run defeat at Barwell.
Having restricted the home side to 154 for 9, with spinners Sam Gale (3-33) and Ritesh Grandhi (3-39) bagging three wickets apiece, the batting folded in spectacular fashion with veteran seamer Nick Hines picking up five wickets for the home side.
Brady Glennon top scores for us with an unbeaten 33 while Joe Charity (20) and Robert Scullion (12) were the only other batters to make it to double figures as we were dismissed for 93 with over 14 overs in the bank.
The Thirds game at home to Ketton was abandoned without a ball being bowled
The Fours continued their unbeaten start to the season with a comfortable victory over Ashby Carington.
Mo Khan (59) led the way with the bat while Dan Tompkins (55) also bagged a half century as they posted 203 for 8 from their 40 overs on a tricky wicket.
Veteran spinner Nigel Hubbard picked up five of the eight wickets to fall for the hosts.
Some tidy bowling put the home side behind the rate with only Carington skipper Sean Thorpe (42) and some late order hitting from William Bestwick (21*) helped the home side to 109 all out with George Bolton (3-41) the most successful bowler and all the bowlers getting at least a wicket.