Stephan Myburgh's brilliant century was the highlight of the third week of top flight action in The Netherlands.
The international opener may be out of favour at the minute with the national selectors but he was at his best in a fluent unbeaten 105 from 108 balls, which included 10 fours and 3 sixes, leading Punjab Rotterdam to a six-wicket win over VOC.
Current Dutch skipper Pieter Seelaar had earlier made an unbeaten 93 in a VOC total of 197-6.
Tobias Visee was another international who had a major impact, as he clubbed 6 fours and 5 sixes in a brutally destructive 67 from just 24 balls to lead HSS to an emphatic 9-wicket win over a hapless Dosti.
Wes Coster's five-wicket haul seeing Dosti capitulate to just 84 all out.
VRA's international middle order triumvirate of Eric Szwarczynski (61), Peter Borren (50) and Ben Cooper (49) were all in the runs as their side made the highest score of the day, 244 against Excelsior.
Quirijn Gunning then took four wickets to clinch a comprehensive 149-run win for VRA.
Mees Van Vliet got ACC off to a flier, taking wickets with the first two balls of the game against Sparta, going on to take four in total as Sparta made just 101 - Charles McInerney also claiming four scalps.
Max Hoornweg kept ACC honest in the chase with three wickets, but Clayton Burnett's 35 ensured the points in a five-wicket win.
Boris Gorlee (81) and Hidde Overdijk (61) both made half centuries in a 123-run partnership which propelled HCC to 235 for 7.
That proved 87 too many for Voorburg, for whom Bas de Leede top-scored with 38 to follow up his two wickets.
Musa Ahmed was the most successful of the HCC attack, taking 4 for 26.