Wollaston made it two wins out of two at the start of the Hevey Building Supplies Premier Division campaign.
The villagers, who only collected four successes in the whole of the 2012 campaign, stunned title-hopefuls Northampton Saints with a seven-wicket verdict.
Saints, convincing winners over Burton Latimer in their opening fixture, were rolled out for 134 at London Road.
It proved no problem for the hosts who reached their target just three wickets down.
Finedon Dolben are the early table-toppers after they eased past Brixworth.
They joined Wollaston as the only teams with a 100 per cent record after week two of the season.
Having restricted Brixworth to 191-9 it Finedon made 194-4 to take 22 points from the game.
Newly-promoted Oundle picked up their first top-flight win.
They beat Horton House by five wickets having reduced their opponents to 172 all out.
There was also a first taste of victory in 2013 for defending champions Peterborough.
Having been held to a draw by Rushton in the first week, they crushed Burton Latimer by 54 runs to earn themselves maximum points.
Wellingborough Town’s start has been difficult and Sam Owen’s men were beaten by eight wickets at home to Stony Stratford.
They were all out for only 109 which was no trouble for the visitors.
Rushton’s clash with Old Northamptonians was the only Premier Division game without a conclusive result - but only just.
ONs were hanging on at the end on 102-8 in pursuit of the hosts’ 167-9.
Weekley & Warkton top Division One after they claimed their second straight win.
Weekley, who came up from the second division as runners-up last summer, beat Irthlingborough by 68 runs to take 30 points.