With three centuries from five innings in July, Paul Borrington is the Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Club Cricketer of the Month. He has scored 409 runs in the past month for Ticknall at an average of 81.80 and has helped his team into third position in the Derbyshire Premier League.
Alex Grainger scored more runs than any amateur has managed in this week's John Smith's North Lancashire and Cumbria League Premier Division.
He made 169 for Cockermouth against Haverigg in a one-sided match that leaves them in third place in the table, 36 points behind leaders Furness, who lead Workington in second place.
Ealing will take some stopping as they continue to set the pace atop the Middlesex ECB Premier League, and they stay 23 points clear of nearest challengers Teddington.
This week, they beat struggling Richmond by 81 runs while Teddington beat Brondesbury by five wickets.
Totteridge Milhillians have closed to within three points of Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League leaders Radlett II after the weekend's action.
Totteridge beat Hitchin by eight wickets, making light work of a target of 146 while Radlett could only reach 239 for eight in reply to Ampthill Town's 286 for two.
There were wins this weekend in the SWALEC Premier Cricket League for Bridgend, Pontarddulais and Cardiff while the other two matches were drawn.
In the second team league, Port Talbot beat Bridgend and Mumbles beat Ammanford.
After another weekend of club cricket action we take a look at the top performances from around the country and at how they have affected the Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Club Most Valuable Player Ratings.
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It is looking increasingly likely that the John Smith's North Lancashire and Cumbria League Premier Division is Furness's to lose after they beat Wigston by nine wickets to further extend their lead.
Nearest challengers Workington also won this week but it going to take some run to catch the runaway leaders, who are now 43 points clear.
Ealing now lead the Middlesex Premier League by some 23 points after the latest round of matches, which saw them beat Winchmore Hil by five wickets and nearest rivals Teddington also win, beating Finchley by eight wickets.
Radlett II have retaken the lead in the race for the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League title, moving 23 points clear after a comprehensive win over Berkhamstead and a heavy loss for previous leaders Totteridge Milhillians at the hands of Leverstock Green.
There were wins this week for the Sully Centurions, Port Talbot Town, Ammanford and Mumbles in the SWALEC Premier Cricket League.
Meanwhile, in the second team league, the winners were Ynysygerwn, Newport, Ammanford and Mumbles.
Rain ruined much of last weekend's club cricket programme with the weather playing a part in leagues throughout the country. We take a look at matches where play was possible and see how it has affected the top tens in the Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Club Most valuable Player Ratings.
Woodlands consolidated their lead at the top of the JCT 600 Bradford League after a tense two wicket win at East Bierley. There were just three balls to spare when new batsman Richard Spittlehouse scored the winning runs - a cover drive for four off Kez Ahmed.
Only two of this week's matches in the Middlesex County Cricket League got underway and only one finished due to the bad weather.
All games in the Premier League, Division Two and Division Three were abandoned without a ball being bowled.
Only two games in the entirety of the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League survived the bad weather with the result that almost nothing has changed.
Totteridge Milhillians (245 points) continue to sit atop Divison One with Radlett II (236) their nearest challengers while Cockfosters (291) remain clear of Old Finchieans (284) in Division Two.