Kent batsman Fabian Cowdrey starred with bat and ball to help Lordswood register a second consecutive win in round eight of the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League Premier Division on Saturday.
Cowdrey took 6-35 as visiting Tunbridge Wells were bowled out for 173 at Martin Grove.
Craig Williams top-scored with 61 before Cowdrey had him caught.
Cowdrey then hit an unbeaten 45 while opener Lyndon Lockhart made 56 as Lordswood won with five wickets in hand and with 30 overs to spare.
Hartley remain four points clear at the top after their 54-run win at bottom side Sandwich Town.
Openers James Hockley (51) and Dan Stickels (48) gave Hartley a good start before Sandwich fought back to restrict them to 194-8.
The hosts were all-out for 140 in reply with Kent wicket-keeper Ryan Davies (25), South African Jacobus Maritz (48) and Liam Evans (25 not out) making the major contributions as James Thompson finished with 4-29.
Second-placed Beckenham beat Bromley by seven-wickets after dismissing the visitors for 145 with Johan Malcolm taking 4-38.
Kent batsman Alex Blake led the reply with 48 while Will MacVicar made an unbeaten 39.
Third-placed Blackheath also secured maximum points after a 48-run at Bexley after defending 225 all-out.
Opener Dipyan Paul scored 78 for Blackheath before Tanveer Sikander took 4-49 as Bexley were dismissed for 177. Sam Heazlett made 50 for Bexley.
Second-bottom Folkestone crashed to a 233-run loss at fourth-placed Sevenoaks Vine.
Vine posted 298-7 with Zak Crawkey (77), Michael Barber (71) and Nick Sale (45 not out) all in the runs.
In reply, opener Leon Morgan top-scored with only 18 as Folkestone were routed for 75 in the 19th over with Evert Bekker taking 5-27 and Tom Parsons 5-43 as they bowled unchanged.