Hungerford 2nd suffered a comprehensive eight wicket defeat in their Hampshire Cricket League Division 6 North West clash with Broughton.
Falkland slipped one place to third in the Thames Valley Cricket League Division 1 table following a 69-run defeat to Cookham Dean.
Hungerford were comfortable 83-run winners over Longparish 2nd in a Hampshire Cricket League Division 4 North top-of-the-table clash.
Thatcham kept the pressure on at the top of the Thames Valley Cricket League Division 4a table following a five wicket win over Taplow.
Newbury maintained top spot in the Thames Valley Cricket League Division 4a after a thrilling 11-run win over Reading 2nd.
After losing their first four matches, a resurgent East Woodhay won for the second weekend in succession, beating Portsmouth by four wickets.
Falkland suffered a first defeat of their Thames Valley Cricket League Division 1 season, losing by 45 runs to Tring Park.
East Woodhay's miserable start to the Hampshire Cricket League Division 1 season continued following a 39-run defeat to Ferndown Wayfarers.
Berkshire slumped to an 85-run defeat at the hands of Hertfordshire in their opening National Counties Trophy Group 2 match at Henley.
Jagjit Singh took five wickets as Newbury beat Cove 2nd to move to the top of the TVCL Division 4a table.
Thatcham Town's solid start to their Thames Valley Cricket League Division 4a campaign continued with a six-wicket win over Finchampstead 3rd.
Spencer Annetts scored a blistering 191 not-out as Hungerford thumped Medstead to maintain their unbeaten start to the season.
Falkland Cricket Club made history this week when it hosted the first ever professional cricket match to take place in Berkshire.
Falkland enjoyed a fantastic weekend with all four of their sides winning their matches.
Thatcham suffered a first defeat of their season as a batting collapse condemned them to a 41-run loss against Reading 2nd.