The top three teams in the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League all won as the rain stayed away in the main, allowing the majority of the programme to be completed.
It means that Chorleywood (160 points), Knebworth Park (137) and Totteridge Milhillians (123) continue to lead the way at the top of the Division One table.
Callington opening batsman Jake Libby is the new leader at the top of the Cricket World Club Most Valuable Player Batting Ratings. Playing in the Cornwall Premier League, Libby has now completed the required minimum number of matches to appear in the ratings, and has scores of 63, 117, 145 and 107 not out from his first four matches.
The Kingfisher Beer Cup moves into the Group Final stages this weekend as the remaining teams battle it out for a place in the National stages of the competition. Sunday 17th June sees 15 of the 16 matches taking place all over the country, hoping the weather is kinder to them than it has been for most of the season so far.
The match at Cuckney CC, who play Hanging Heaton CC, will be taking place on Sunday 24th June, with all matches beginning at 1:00pm.
The Gunn and Moore Cricket World batting performance of the month for May has been awarded to Ian Sutcliffe of Hightown Cricket Club.
Former club captain, Ian Sutcliffe, scored an amazing 151 not out in Hightown's 49-run win over Rainford in the Liverpool Premier League.
Doncaster Town gained their first win of the season at the expense of Sheffield United in a match reduced to 48 overs because of rain.
Doncaster were bowled out for 162 with off spinning brothers Paul (4-56) and Mark Cummins (4-31) each taking four wickets.
Rain badly hampered the ninth round of matches in the John Smith's North Lancashire and Cumbria League as only two games could be played to a conclusion.
Furness easily beat struggling Whitehaven by eight wickets after Whitehaven were bowled out for 82 and Workington smashed Kirkby by 212 runs to take their second win of the season.
The final delayed Kingfisher Beer Cup Third Round matches took place on Sunday 17th June and the majority of matches beat the weather to confirm the Group Finals line-up taking place next Sunday.
The closest match of the weekend took place at Corfton Road as Ealing CC of the Middlesex County Cricket League entertained Wimbledon CC of the Surrey Championship.
Cleckheaton's last wicket pair Mally Nicholson and Andrew Deegan snatched a dramatic last wicket win at Lightcliffe on the day Farsley moved off the bottom of the JCT 600 Bradford League First Division table with a resounding 113-run win at Bradford & Bingley.
Chorleywood dropped their first points of the season but still remain on top of the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League following an abandonment against Radlett II.
Their nearest challengers, Knebworth Park, missed an opportunity to close the gap by losing to Old Finchlieans in the only game that survived the weather.
Teddington dismissed Southgate for 80 on their way to a comprehensive seven-wicket victory that kept them on top of the 2012 Middlesex ECB Premier League.
Eastcote beat Hornsey by six wickets and Winchmore Hill beat Brondesbury by 27 runs to keep it tight at the top; Teddington lead the pair by just four points.
Jordan Lowe and former Yorkshire wicket keeper Simon Guy broke a Yorkshire ECB League record in Rotherham's massive 321-run at Hull.
The pair put on 253 runs for the fourth wicket, breaking the previous record of 228 set by Jack Bethel and G T Summers for Sheffield United against Harrogate in 1960.
Reigning champions Woodlands outplayed fellow pacesetters Pudsey St Lawrence, beating them by 149 runs in a top of the table clash in the JCT 600 Bradford League First Division.
Woodlands posted the day's top score - 269-7 - after opener Scott Richardson (95) and Simon Mason (84) put on 163 for the second wicket. Mason's innings contained nine sixes, five of them in one over from off spinner Steve Watts.
Cockermouth have set their stall out as the team to beat in this year's John Smith's North Lancashire and Cumbria League Premier Division after taking their fifth win in seven matches.
They beat Penrith by six wickets in their latest game while second-placed Millom could only take 11 points from their game against Cleator.
There has been a change at the top of the 2012 Middlesex ECB Premier League after Teddington's 12-run win over Eastcote put them four points clear.
Winchmore Hill bet Finchley by 76 runs to further complicate the picture with both them and Eastcote on 30 points to Teddington's 34.
Chorleywood made it four wins out of four by beating nearest challengers Knebworth Park to make it to the top of the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League.
They now lead Knebworth by 17 points after a faultless start to the season.
We round-up all the action from the first few weeks of fixtures in the Cheshire County, Liverpool & District, Northern, North-East, North Staffs & South Cheshire, North Yorkshire & South Durham and Yorkshire Premier Leagues