There is a new leader at the top of the Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Batting Ratings. Prabodha Ereshan De Silva Senevirathne now leads the way after completing the minimum requirement of three matches. He has made a spectacular, if very belated, start to the club season for Sleaford in the Lincolnshire Premier League and scored two centuries in his first three matches. The remainder of the top ten remains more or less unchanged with Muhammad Jaffer (Banstead) in second and Glen Addicott (Vauxhall Mallards) in third.
It was day of personal landmarks as the JCT 600 Bradford League First Division programme drew to a close. Joe Greaves reached the 1,000 run mark with his fifth century of the season to help Farsley make sure of second place by beating bottom club Gomersal by seven wickets
Accountants KPMG are once more Birmingham's corporate cricket champions after retaining the Lord's Taverners John Bright Trophy with a 32-run victory against the Phoenix Group in the 2011 final.
Their victory at the picturesque Britannic Park ground in Moseley near Warwickshire's Edgbaston HQ on September 7 was their 10th successive win in the competition and made them the first firm to retain the trophy
It's high fives all-round at York, who are the ECB Yorkshire League champions for the fifth season in a row.
They beat their only rivals Rotherham Town by six wickets to make sure of the title with one week of the season remaining.
Wrenthorpe are the Solly Central Yorkshire League champions again. They made sure of retaining the title with a six wicket win against Wakefield St Michael's. Defeat for St Michael's confirmed their relegation.
Greig Batty took five wickets for five runs, Joe Ellis 2-18 and Tom Glover 2-23 to bowl out St Michael's for a mere 49 - the lowest score in the Premier Division this season.
Hanging Heaton and Gomersal set a new JCT 600 Bradford League record in an extraordinary match at Bennett Lane, the first in the 108-year history of the league to produce 700 runs.
Hanging Heatonâ€™s total of 378-6 was one short of the highest ever league total of 379-5 set by Esholt against Saltaire in 2002 while the four centuries in the match equalled a league record.
Furness have won the John Smith's North Lancashire and Cumbria League Premier Division for the third season in a row after all matches this weekend were rained off.
All 12 teams received nine points, which handed Furness an unassailable 27-point lead at the top over Workington in second place.
As the club cricket season nears its conclusion, we pick the Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Club Performer of the Month and look through some of the other notable performances from August.
This month's award goes to Werrington's Alex Smeeth who has hit 273 runs and taken 21 wickets at an average of 9.29 duringmonth alone in the Jolly Drinks Cornwall Cricket League.
Middlesex ECB Premier League champions Ealing and runners-up Teddington both lost their final games of the season, meaning Ealing - confirmed as winners for the seventh year in a row last week - held on to their ten-point lead.
At the bottom of the table, where there was still plenty to play for, Twickenham and Richmond ended up relegated despite Richmond beating Stanmore by 65 runs.
Totteridge Milhillians were confirmed as the Saracens Hertfordshire League champions and they were crowned in style as they completed a crushing ten-wicket win over Berkhamstead.
They bowled Berkhamstead out for just 90 and raced to their target in 10.4 overs which meant that despite Langleybury completing a similarly dominant ten-wicket win over Leverstock Green, Totteridge took the title by 20 points.
Former Warwickshire, Glamorgan and Bermuda batsman David Hemp is the new leader atop the Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Most Valuable Player Batting Ratings following his pair of half-centuries for Knowle and Dorridge over the Bank Holiday weekend.
Bat-pad catches are a relatively common feature of cricket matches but aren't often taken by players on the boundary. Watch as Andrew Flintoff contrives to get out in this fashion at a charity cricket event at Grappenhall CC, where money was raised for the AF Foundation, the Candice Marie Roberts Foundation and the club.
Yorkshire and England Lions batsman Joe Root starred with the ball in Sheffield Collegiate's nine wicket win against Castleford in the ECB Yorkshire League.
Root took 8-42 with his off spinners as Castleford were bowled out for a mere 91. Collegiate reached their winning target in 20.2 overs.
Totteridge Milhillians go into the final round of matches in the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League with a 20-point lead over second-placed Langleybury after both side's matches fell victim to the rain this weekend.
Ealing clinched their seventh successive Middlesex County Cricket League title by beating Twickenham by 97 runs. With one game to go, they lead by ten points and have two more wins than Teddington, their nearest challengers.
Two from Twickenham, Richmond and Brondesbury will be relegated while the Division Two title is still up for grabs with Southgate (99 points) the favourites and Hornsey (93) the challengers.