ENFIELD celebrated their first league win of the campaign - but had Accrington to thank for some cheap wickets on Sunday.
Three of Accrington's batsmen were run out in their 98 all out although Waheed Hussain was unlucky as he fell.
Skipper Matt Wilson was top scorer in the local derby for Accrington with 28. However former skipper Damian Clarke did give the score more respectability. The last man made a career-best 20.
Blackburn Academy striker Keith Barker starred with the ball - as he had the day before - taking 3-8. And he wasn't needed to bat as Enfield pro Alviro Petersen made a vital 43 in their 102.
It was an important seven wicket win for Enfield and it lifts them off the bottom of the table for the first time this season.
However there was better news for Accrington on Monday in the second round of the Inter League Trophy. They faced Oldham - conquerors of Burnley- and were helped by a whopping 51 extras in their 214.
However, it wasn't all down to Oldham's poor bowling as teenager Graeme Sneddon celebrated his maiden half century with 67.
It didn't look too good for Accrington as Lancashire youngster Luke Procter made 72 but he then became one of Zahir Afzal's four victims. Tama Canning also took 4-32 as his side made the third round for only the second time. However special mention must go to Sneddon who, with his first ball, saw off the challenge of Oldham pro Martin Smith as Smith's shot was an easy catch for James Hayhurst.
Accrington, East Lancs and Ramsbottom are the only three Lancashire League sides left in the competition.