A Heady Mix Of Weather And Celebrations

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This week's club cricket tweets were dominated by weather, big hitting and celebrations
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Over the past week, and particularly the weekend, we received all sorts of messages, from results, achievements to the more humourous side of the game.

Rain, soggy outfields and bad light dominated the majority of cricket-related tweets this weekend - at least in the South.

Elsewhere, there were cups being won, league titles being won and lost and celebrations going on.

Here's our pick of the bunch.

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We start with this picture which leaves little to the imagination from SRK Cricket Club in Surrey:

Upminster planned to get six teams out this weekend:

There was some play at Penkridge CC, although having last week lauded the spirit of cricket as alive and well, it looks like somebody didn't quite get the message:

At Kenton, the action was moved indoors. A wise move, indeed.

On the field, here's Aaron Flaherty getting to his century for Formby Cricket Club. Well played.

And Sam Puddy of Wembdon pictured after hitting 130.

There was some seriously good bowling going on at Glossop. Well bowled, Will, well bowled.

More brilliant bowling - all 10 in one innings!

Runs and wickets for Marehay Cricket Club:

Then the congratulations started as results (or no results) came in. Here's Brighton & Hove CC.

The morning after what sounds like quite a night before at Newport:

Promotion secured for Port Sunlight Cricket Club, and a Championship could be around the corner...

Time for tea at Nelson. Looks good from here.

And a great game:

But back to winning things. Always nice when you win a Cup, to win a big one.

One Cup good, two Cups better. This is Jono Stephenson of Market Rasen Town CC.

In a similar vein, one final good, two finals at the same venue, even better:

The celebrations have already begun at Clitheroe - on and off the pitch.

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