This week's action in the SWALEC Premier Cricket League saw wins for Sully Centurions, Port Talbot Town and Mumbles.
In the second teams' league, there were wins for Sully Centurions, Port Talbot Town and Cardiff.
The Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Club Most Valuable Player ratings following the Bank Holiday weekend's matches have now been calculated. We take a look at some of the winners and losers in the top tens.
ith the 25 ECB Premier Leagues now having been underway for well over a month, we take a look at the top teams and performers in each league so far. Here's a round-up from Wales and the West of England.
With the 25 ECB Premier Leagues now having been underway for well over a month, we take a look at the top teams and performers in each league so far. Here is a look at how the teams and players are shaping up in the North of England.
Furness now top the North Lancashire and Cumbria League Premier Division by six points following this week's fixtures. They beat Penrith by four wickets and then thrashed Duddon SC by 194 runs to move ahead of challengers Workington, who beat Haverigg by four wickets before their match against Whitehaven was abandoned due to a waterlogged pitch.
Gomersal completed a three wicket home win over Pudsey St Lawrence in an extraordinary, record breaking match that produced 686 runs. It beat the previous JCT 600 Bradford League record of 628 set by Yeadon and Pudsey St Lawrence in 2003.
The Totteridge Milhillians maintained their perfect start to the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League season and top Division One after a fourth straight win.
They lead St Albans by 120 points to 104 at the top of the table following their latest win over Hitchin.
Ealing dropped points for the first time this season but although they were held to a draw by Richmond this week, they remain on top of the Middlesex ECB Premier League with 34 points.
Winchmore Hill have 30 points from four matches after they beat Eastcote by six wickets this week.
Cleckheaton caused an upset in the JCT 600 Bradford League when they beat leaders Bradford & Bingley away by four wickets, writes David Markham.
The win lifted them off the bottom of the First Division table while Bingley saw their lead cut to two points as a result of this defeat.
Yorkshire pace bowler James Lee took four for 75 and his opening partner Iain Wardlaw two for 36 as Bingley were bowled out for 207.
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In the Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Club MVP rankings Kieran Howells remains at the top of the batting rankings, while Zohaib Khan, despite losing top spot in the bowling rankings to Thomas Bailey, takes the top overall ranking by virtue of his 132 not out for Benwell Hill against South Shields this week.
Totteridge Milhillians are setting the early pace in the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League and their third win in a rown this week came against Leverstock Green, who they bowled out for 92.
Leading the chase on 75 points to Milhillians' 90 are Langleybury while Flitwick and St. Albans are just one point further back.
Ealing made it three wins out of three in the Middlesex ECB Premier League and now top the table with a six-point gap to Teddington and Eastcot.
This week, they beat Winchmore Hill by six wickets thanks to Pat Fallishiting an unbeaten 90 and Huw Jones a 55 not out. In Division Two, Southgate are top with three wins from three.
Rain severely hampered the playing programme in the Carlsberg North Lancashire and Cumbria Premier League to the extent that there were no positive results at all.
In Division One, there were just two rain-affected draws - between Kikby and Lanercost and Ulverston and Millom but otherwise it was nine points all round.
There were wins this week in the SWALEC Premier Cricket League in Wales for Sully Centurions, Bridgend Town, Port Talbot Town and Cardiff while the match between Ammanford and Pontarddulais was abandoned due to rain.
Only two second XI matches survived the weather with wins for Sully Centurions and Port Talbot.
Bradford & Bingley extended their lead at the top of the JCT 600 Bradford League First Division table to 12 points after a three wicket win at Manningham Mills as Farsley and Hanging Heaton both lost.
Pace bowler James Davies produced the divisionâ€™s best bowling performance by taking 6-36 as Mills were dismissed for 128.