With the bad weather showing no sign of relenting, club cricketers were again frustrated this weekend as several matches around England were cancelled.
In the Middlesex County Cricket League, only one match - that between Acton and Brentham - got underway, the match ending in a draw.
Teenager Jake Libby has won the Gunn & Moore Cricket World batting performance award for June. The 19-year-old from Pensilva in Cornwall hit 452 runs at an average of 90.4 across six matches in June for his club Callington.
He began the month in fine fashion, hitting two centuries over the Diamond Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend (117 against St Austell and 145 against Grampound Road), and followed that up with an innings of 117 not out against St Just the following Saturday.
Cockermouth extended their lead at the top of the John Smith's North Lancashire and Cumbria League Premier Division by two points.
Their seven-wicket win over Lindal Moor, who were bowled out for just 83, was followed by challengers Furness claiming a winning draw over Carlisle, who closed on 92 for nine in reply to 167 for nine.
Winchmore Hill took their eighth victory of the season, beating second-placed Eastcote by 57 runs to pull out a 20-point lead at the top of the 2012 Middlesex ECB Premier League.
Ealing's three-wicket win over Finchley means they join Eastcote on 60 points, trailing Winchmore Hill, who have 80.
Leaders Chorleywood were the only team in the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Division One to complete a game this weekend as the total matches ruined by weather swelled to 325 this season.
That is more than were called off due to weather in the entirety of the 2011 season and it was a similar story throughout the leagues, three games surviving in Division Two, one in Division Three as Divisions Four and Five saw no completed matches.
Wrenthorpe retained their lead in Solly Central Yorkshire League Premier Division after beating Altofts by four wickets.
Greig Batty and Joe Ellis each took four for 39 as Altofts were restricted to 132 all out Opener Eric Austin then led Wrenthorpe to victory with 64.
Through sun and rain The Kingfisher Beer Cup enters the latter stages of the tournament with the last 16 clubs looking to complete matches on Sunday 8th July and the 15th.
Amongst this year's last 16 are former winners of the National Knockout; Chorley, Teddington,York and Blackpool as well as the cream of the recreational club game.
Early pace-setters Cockermouth (173 points) and Furness (167) both won their latest John Smith's North Lancashire and Cumbria Premier Division matches.
Cockermouth beat Kirkby by nine wickets and Furness beat Workington by 99 runs and both teams claimed 18 points.
Chorleywood and Knebworth both won batting second to maintain the top two positions in the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Division One.
Knebworth Park dismissed Flitwick for 98 before reaching their target with three wickets to spare while Chorleywood bowled Old Fincheians out for 116, reaching 120 for two to take a convincing eight-wicket win.
2012 Middlesex ECB Premier League leaders Winchmore Hill beat Ealing by nine wickets to remain ten points clear of Eastcote at the top of the table.
Eastcote were themselves in good form, thrashing Southgate by 130 runs, Adam Rossington completing a fine all-round game with 90 runs, three catches and a stumping.
Leicestershire junior cricket team Kibworth Cricket Club has won the prize of a lifetime, the chance to attend a training session with the England cricket team.
As part of the grassroots cricket campaign launched by premium home appliance brand AEG, Kibworth Cricket Club competed with 40 grassroots cricket teams all over the UK to attain the most votes to win the dream prize.
Just one run was scored across the entire John Smith's North Lancashire and Cumbria League Premier Division as rain played havoc with the programme.
Rain stopped play shortly after Kirkby got off the mark against Millom and no further action was possible while the five games saw no cricket whatsoever and all 12 teams were awarded nine points.
Second-placed Knebworth Park have closed the gap on Saracens Hertforshire Cricket League Division One leaders Chorleywood to just six points.
Leaders Chorleywood were denied a win by Totteridge Milhillians, who closed on 135 for nine having been set 166 to win while Knebworth Park capitalised by beating St Albans by 12 runs.
Winchmore Hill have assumed leadership of the 2012 Middlesex ECB Premier League after a win over Stanmore put them six points clear of Teddington, who lost for the first time this season.
They were beaten by two wickets by Brondesbury in a tense match while Winchmore Hill comfortably defeated Stanmore by 188 runs.
Himley Cricket Club have signed Rajat Bhatia, the IPL Champions Kolkata Knight Riders all-rounder, for the remainder of the season.
Bhatia was ever-present during the Knight Riders' 2012 success including the final victory over previous champions Chennai Super Kings in front of a crowd of over 60,000.