We are set for a rousing finale to the Middlesex ECB Premier League as leaders Ealing are now just one point ahead of challengers Teddington.
Ealing were somewhat unlucky after their game against Eastcote was abandoned due to rain after they reached 194 for three in the 35th over.
Rain played a large part in this weekend's programme of matches in the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League with leaders Totteridge Milhillians unable to even start their game against Chorleywood.
What little play that was possible allowed Langleybury to leapfrog Radlet II into second place in the table although they are now 20 points adrift of the leaders going into the final two matches of the season.
There will be a new winner of the Barbados Cockspur Club t20 this season as all previous champions were knocked out.
Valley End, Peterborough Town, Ealing, Chester-le-Street, New Farnley, Kendal and Hyde all made it through their area finals yesterday, with the South West area final this coming Sunday, the winner of which will have to face a long trip to giant killers Valley End.
Paul Borrington retakes the lead at the top of the Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Most Valuable Player Club Batting Ratings after his innings of 43 for Ticknall put him ahead of previous leader David Brown (Mumbles). Glen Addicott (Vauxhall Mallards) and Muhammad Jaffer (Banstead) both gain a place despite not playing for their teams this week because Glen Batticciotto sees his rating decrease following a score of 17 for Nantwich on Saturday.
Sunday 17th July saw six teams, 4 from our sponsors and 2 drawn from the club, playing a six-a-side tournament. This year the proceeds go to the club and to the British Lung Foundation, as a tribute to Roger Fuller and to recognise his and Windsor Print's generosity in their sponsorship of Southborough CC over the years.
Himley CC are inviting cricket fans throughout the region to enjoy the thrills of floodlit T20 action throughout next week.
The club are staging the Black Country Floodlit T20 tournament from Monday to Friday after the success of last yearâ€™s inaugural event.
Two players, Farsley all-rounder Lorenzo Ingram and Lightcliffe batsman Chris Taylor passed 1,000 runs for the season on a day when Baildon and Gomersal edged closer towards relegation from the JCT 600 Bradford League First Division.
Ealing were unable to add to ten wins this season and now lead the Middlesex ECB Premier League by ten points from Teddington, with whom they drew this week.
Southgate lead Hornsey by three points in the Second Division as both sides won chasing this week and Wembley continue to dominate Division Three, reaching the 100-point mark thanks to an 18-run win over South Hampstead.
Newport's narrow one-wicket win over Cardiff was the only positive result from this week's SWALEC Premier Cricket League in Wales.
They held on to take victory while the match between Ynysygerwn and Pontarddulais as well as the game between Sully Centurions and Ammanford were drawn.
All-rounder David Wainwright, whose future with Yorkshire is in doubt, showed some welcome batting form to help Castleford beat defending champions York. It was only the second time this season that York have been beaten.
Furness further extended their lead at the top of the John Smith's North Lancashire and Cumbria League Premier Division before losing in the final of the Higson Cup to closest challengers Workington.
By taking a winning draw against Penrith, they gained 16 points to the 12 gained by Workington in their rain-affected draw against Haverigg, taking them to 245 points with Workington on 212.
A five-wicket win for Brondesbury over leaders Ealing has enabled Teddington to close the gap at the top of the Middlesex ECB Premier League.
Teddington played their part with a 172-run hammering of Hampstead to move to 93 points to Ealing's 106.
There were wins this week in the SWALEC Premier Cricket League for Ynysygerwn, Newport and Ammanford while in the second team league, Sully Centurions, Ynysygerwn, Bridgend and Cardiff were all successful.