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.
Only two of the five matches in the SWALEC Premier Cricket League matches produced results this week with two games abandoned without a ball being bowled and a third abandoned three-quarters of the way through.
Cardiff were the only team to win, beating Pontarddulais by five wickets while Bridgend and Ynysygerwn drew.
Last weekend's matches have produced a new leader at the top of the Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Club Most Valuable Player batting and bowling ratings. We take a look at the top ten performers in the season so far.
A Preston Capes side comprising four sets of brothers and a father and son provided a unique backdrop to a 47-run victory at Fenny Compton, the visitors eleven coming from just six families.
Winning the toss, the visitors found runs hard to come by on a surface starved of water by a blend of the skies and the 'thou shalt not' element of the local parish council. Ben Strong (younger brother) compiled a potent 31 and Matt Daynes (younger) powered his way to a typically belligerent 30.
A special mention this week must go to Bedford Park CC swing bowler Alan Thomas who defied his youthful 60 years to take his first ever hat-trick in league cricket (Southport & District league) last Saturday (9th July).
Tthe Birkdale Boomerang, as he is affectionately known, did it against Aughton CC with the help of a catch and two inswinging yorkers - and this after being hit for a four and a six in his first over.
Radlett II took 30-run victory over Chorleywood and that combined with a 49-run defeat for Totteridge Milhillians at the hands of Ampthill Town means the race is back on at the top of the Saracens Hertforshire Cricket League Division One.
It was a low-scoring weekend in the top division with only three sides - Radlett II, Ampthill Town and Langlebury breaking three figures.
Ealing show no signs of loosening their grip on the top of the Middlesex ECB Premier League and a four-wicket win this weekend over Hampstead sees them maintain a 14-point gap at the top.
Winchmore Hill did their best, beating Richmond by seven wickets to reach 71 points to Ealing's 85.
There were win this week in the SWALEC Premier Cricket League for Newport, Ammanford, Port Talbot and Pontarddulais while the match between Cardiff and Swansea was cancelled.
In the second XI league, the winners were Port Talbot and Sully Centurions.
The Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Club Most Valuable Player Ratings have now been updated for last weekend's fixtures and see a new leader at the top of the bowling and overall ratings.
David Brown (Mumbles) remains top of the batting ratings despite not playing this week, while Derbyshire's Paul Borrington (Ticknall) continues his excellent recent form and moves up to second place following his 137 against Lullington Park.
In celebration of their 150th anniversary, Melbourne Town Cricket Club are welcoming the world famous Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) to the cricket ground in Cockshut Lane on Sunday 31st July. Unusually in these days, the match is a day game starting at 11am.
The MCC team is made up of former county cricketers and current Derbyshire Premier League cricketers, many of whom will be making a long journey to the ground to play in the match.
Defending champions Pudsey Congs ended Woodlandsâ€™ nine-match winning run, their lead at the top of the JCT 600 Bradford League Division One cut from 22 to 13 points.
Left arm spinner Glenn Roberts produced a match winning performance by taking 6-41 to help Congs beat the leaders for the second time this season.
Furness show no signs of relinquishing their grip on the John Smith's North Lancashire and Cumbria League Premier Division and they are now 38 points ahead of their nearest challengers Keswick, who have overtaken Workington for second place.
Furness thrashed Haverigg by seven wickets, bowling them out for 101 while Keswick took a winning draw against Whitehaven as Workington were beaten by one wicket by Millom.
Ealing hold a 14-point advantage at the top of the Middlesex ECB Premier League after a crushing 220-run win over Finchley this week, a game in which Ned Eckersley scored 131.
Winchmore Hill are in second place after they thrashed Teddington by seven wickets, bowling Teddington out for just 50.
Totteridge Milhillians and Radlet II both won their matches in the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League this week which means Totteridge remain on top.
They lead by 12 points following a four-wicket win over Berkhamstead while Radlet II beat St Albans by five wickets in a low-scoring match.