High Roding sit second bottom of the T Rippon Mid Essex League Premier Division after five games.
Dunmow suffered back-to-back Two Counties Cricket Championship Division Two defeats for the first time this season after they fell 55 runs short of Easton on Saturday.
Ollie Rooney’s fine 91 was in vain as Dunmow threw away a likely victory in a hard fought contest at Ipswich in a game that ebbed and flowed.
Aythorpe Roding lost their second league game of the season when Rettendon visited Round Bush Green Ground and won by eight wickets.
Dunmow moved up to mid-table in the Two Counties League table with victory over Kelvedon and Feering.
Following the highs of their first victory of the season, Dunmow CC came back down to earth with a bump as they suffered an eight wicket defeat to Mildenhall 2nds.
After last week’s resounding defeat High Roding 1st XI travelled to their old friends and rivals Hatfield Peverel on Saturday.
High Roding had a rude awakening on Saturday when they hosted Old Chelmsfordians at The Meadow in their opening game of the season.
A five-wicket haul from Baz Sewell helped Dunmow CC get their season up and running on Saturday with a convincing 83 run victory over Sudbury 2nds.
Dunmow fell to an opening day derby defeat at Braintree in the Two Counties League Division Two.
Aythorpe Roding Cricket Club opened up their pre-season with a friendly loss to Thurrock and it was a good workout for both teams at the Round Bush Green ground.
Dunmow skipper Paul Reid is hoping his side put a disappointing 2014 campaign behind them as they begin the 2015 Two Counties Cricket Championship Division Two season on Saturday at Braintree.