Weston ended their poor run of form with a resounding victory over relegation strugglers Brislington.
Uphill Castle defeated neighbours Cheddar in a top of the table clash to keep their promotion push on target.
Congresbury slipped down to fifth position in the B&D Senior Division when they lost by eight wickets at home to Chew Magna.
Belvedere recorded a 146-run victory over Street, but lost to Huntspill the next day.
Weston seconds easily defeated Shapwick and Polden to gain ground on the top two teams in the division.
Weston Willows girls’ team narrowly beat the Wonders boy’s team by just three runs.
East Huntspill are the leaders of the Proper Job Weston Midweek Cricket League Division 1.
Weston slumped to their third consecutive defeat, this time at the hands of Ashcott & Shapwick.
Uphill Castle seconds suffered their third defeat in three matches at home to Wellington.
Congresbury slumped to a 90-run defeat to Pak Bristolians in a game that was their for the taking.
Strollers defeated East Huntspill by just two runs in the Proper Job Midweek League.
Weston crashed to a heavy defeat at league leaders Taunton Deane, going down by 238 runs.
Uphill Castle cruised to a comfortable victory over near neighbours Winscombe.
East Huntspill batsman Ned Harding scored 92 not out against Uphill Castle in the Property Job Midweek League Cup.
Congresbury were thoroughly beaten by Bristol West Indies & Phoenix by 242-runs and slip down to third place in the league.
Weston seconds suffered their first defeat of the season in a poor display at home to Purnells.
Lympsham were defeated by four wickets by visitors Ilminster.
Weston Willows girls gave a fine performance in their match against Portished.
Belvedere lost another top of the table clash, this time against Trull.
Weston finished on the losing end of a disappointing result at Ilminster, despite Shabel Ahmed and young Tom Chambers putting in fine performances.
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