Lowerhouse seconds got back to winning ways against Todmorden as Jamie Woodall took 5-52 to reach 50 wickets for the season.
Todmorden were dismissed for 146 before the West Enders passed the target with two wickets down, Phil Haggerty hitting an unbeaten 70, with John Lavin adding 54.
Dec Stansfield (2-16) and Tom Bridge (2-34) were also among the wickets.
The thirds’ game with Haslingden was abandoned with Hassy 68 all out.
In the junior ranks, the Under 15 Sharks beat Longridge with runs from Ben Uttley (47) and Jack Moodie (30), with Sam Molloy (3-20) and Harry Wheatcroft (2-7) impressing with the ball.
The Under 13 Lions lost to Ramsbottom, while the Jaguars beat the Cougars in a Lowerhouse derby.
The Jaguars also beat Haslingden.
The Under 11 Bears beat Haslingden with Jack Spence (25 not out) and Aman Singh (22 not out) top-scoring.
The Under 11 Cubs lost to Bacup, as did the Under 11 Koalas, for whom Thomas Holden took 2-6.
The Under 9 Hornets suffered their first defeat of the season against East Lancashire, despute wickets for Keagan de Vries (2-0) and Oliver Spendlove (3-14).
And the Under 9 Bees lost out aghainst Bacup, with Joel Sharpe (13 not out), Dec Metcalfe (13 not out) and Sam Hancock (12 not out) impressing.
• Burnley Under 13s have enjoyed a successful season.
They were joint league winners, won the Lancashire Cup, were national cup finalists and part of the squad helped the district win the Hacking Cup. The team is pictured, back, from left: Hanaf Shahid, Qas Shah, Jake Blakey, Adam Khan, Ramisha Fatima, coach Lawrie Johnstone; Front: Zaeem Shag, Tanbir Rahman, Haider Ali Khan, Luke Hutton, Kai Moreland and Bryce Johnstone. Not pictured Hannah Farrar, Ayas, Adeel, Jude Mercer and Kieron Ashworth.