Weston ground out victory against Wembdon to remain top of the table with just three matches remaining.

Uphill Castle lost out in their top of the table clash with Frome, but remain in second spot.

Somerset Women’s captain Sophie Luff hit the winning runs for her side against Loughborough Lightning at Taunton.

Congresbury were well beaten at Frenchay, slipping to only their second defeat of the season.

Winscombe’s promotion hopes took a knock as they lost by three wickets to Taunton.

Lympsham and Belvedere strolled to an emphatic 160-run home victory over Ilton to keep their promotion hopes alive.

Uphill Castle comfortably defeated Butleigh to move back into the promotion places.

Weston returned from Bridgwater with a comprehensive 82-run victory to keep up their promotion push.

Congresbury’s overseas star Iraq Thomas smashed an unbeaten century off just 39 balls as his side comfortable beat Shirehampton.

Lympsham & Belvedere reached the Somerset Minor Cup final with a four-wicket victory over Temple Cloud.

Weston 2nd XI were well defeated by Long Sutton in their worst performance of the season.

East Huntspill defeated Weston in the final of the Proper Job Midweek League Stephenson Memorial Cup final by 47 runs.

Children from a North Somerset primary school showcased their sporting talents before the end of term, representing the district in a cricket tournament.

Weston came out on top in a rain-affected match against North Perrott in a top of the table clash at Devonshire Road.

An excellent all-round performance by Iraq Thomas took Congresbury to a comprehensive victory over neighbours Nailsea.

Weston 2nd XI were denied the chance of a 10th straight victory by the weather at promotion rivals Winscombe.

Weston amassed 221-3 against the Strollers in the Weston & District Midweek League, running out winners by 79 runs.

Weston Under-15 Wizards defeated Old Bristolians to complete a North Somerset Youth League and Plate double.

Somerset cricketers are heading to Weston-super-Mare to play in a Twenty20 match against the town’s side.

Weston maintained their position at the top of the WEPL Somerset Division with a six-wicket victory at Staplegrove.

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