KPCC 254-6, St Albans 160 all out
The Firsts sealed the Saracens Herts League Division 2A title as they beat St Albans by 94 runs.
They had already secured promotion two weeks earlier but needed to win or at the very least take 17 points to clinch the title ahead of Ickleford who they had twice beaten this season.
Their recent good form with the bat continued and again their powerful bowling unit proved far too much for the visitors.
Batting first, the Park lost a couple of early wickets albeit while scoring fairly quickly.
After Josh Roseberry (15) and Rana Arslan (37) fell in the early overs, Adam Sergeant (29) and Jarrod Turner (77) rebuilt the innings as they looked to post a competitive total.
With Ryan Skeggs weighing in with 45, the Park started to build an imposing score.
Late powerful blows by Charlie Randall and Matt Hutchinson (24*), who finished the innings with consecutive sixes, meant 32 came off the final two overs to lift the total to a very healthy 254.
In reply, St Albans batting always looked short of the firepower to chase down the total.
Randall (1-36) made an early breakthrough and, despite some superb hitting from the Saints No.3 Mbekezeli Mabuza (55), the rest of the line-up failed to put together the runs needed.
Guy Warman (3-28) and Shaun Robinson (4-37) ripped through batting as six wickets fell in eight overs to take the game away from the visitors.
It was then left to Hutchinson (2-10) to finish off secured the win and title.
Met Police Bushey 164 all out, KPCC II 165-3
An unbeaten 87 from Jono Evetts led the Seconds to a morale boosting second-successive win by seven wickets over Met Police Bushey.
It was all too little too late for the team which finished bottom of Division 3a.
Graham Fisher took four wickets as the home team struggled to 164 all out before Evetts, backed up by Rob Morley and Alex Richmond with 20 apiece, took them home with 165 for 3.
Bushey II 264-7, KPCC III 168 all out
Despite suffering defeat at the hands of high-flying Bushey, the Thirds did enough to ensure they would still be playing Division 7A cricket next season.
After choosing to bowl, Park found it tough going in the field as the Bushey batsman attacked from the off and riding their luck with numerous balls just dropping out of the reach of the Park fielders.
The introduction of spin began to slow the Bushey batsman as Ian Pickering (1-29) and Karl Padalia (1-53) bowled well in tandem.
Ben Childs (3-48) and Ian Woods (1-49) then picked up wickets at the end of the innings to provide what would be valuable bonus points as Bushey finished on 264-7 from their 50 overs.
Knowing only a win would guarantee survival, the Park innings began badly as openers Dylan Van Der Westhuizen and Danny Digweed were both removed cheaply.
Pickering and Jack Hay began to rebuild the innings as Hay in particular took the attack to the Bushey bowlers to bring the run rate down.
The innings turned though when Pickering was adjudged LBW for 21, the two having put on over 100 together for the second time in a matter of weeks.
The innings then fell away as no other batsman made double figures however Hay went on to reach his century, eventually dismissed for exactly 100.
With Park finishing on 168, they had done enough to ensure only a win from Southgate Adelaide would deny them safety.
The good news then came later in the evening as Southgate had been unable to scramble home at Old Owens.