Longford were handed their first loss as third-placed Evandale produced what opposing coach Stacey Norton-Smith described as the best TCL game she's seen.
She scored 23 and Emma Humphries retired on 20, pushing Longford to 4-105 and in the box seat but Belinda Prior and Nicola Dusautoy changed that.
The pair made 30 and 23 respectively to take the game away and almost secure a semi-final spot.
Bracknell continued their charge towards the Tigers with a commanding victory over Bishopsbourne.
Dismissing the Panthers for 69 as Lucie Johnson (16) and Kristy Wells (14) led the way, Bracknell cruised to victory - getting the runs conceding no wickets
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Natalie Curbishley scored 27, Cassie Walker a run-a-ball 19 and Emma Haase 10.
Trevallyn improved on their already impressive form, taking out Hadspen Red by 52 runs.
Maxine Woods made a pivotal middle-order 30 as Kellie Scott opened proceedings with 29 - taking her season tally to 188 - as Trevallyn made 5-135.
A 35 from Dimity Whatley put Hadspen in the hunt but wasn't covered by teammates around her, bowled out for 83.
Hadspen Red and ACL's clash was washed out.
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