Congresbury Under-15s won the North Someret Youth League by just one point, their second successive title.
Weston Cricket Club hosted a 30-year reunion of the team that played at Lords in the final of the National Club Championship.
Belvedere ended their season with a seven-wicket defeat to Trull, who moved top of the division.
Weston thirds and Winscombe seconds shared the points in a rain-affected draw.
Uphill Castle fell 10 runs short in their midweek cricket league run chase against Parpagon Carriers.
Uphill Castle defeat Taunton Deane 2nd XI to keep their promotion hopes alive.
North Somerset Youth Cricket League Under-15s finished runners-up in the inaugural Somerset Cricket Board Junior Festival to Taunton St Andrews.
Lympsham 1st XI played two league fixtures last weekend and lost them both.
Lympsham Allsorts clinched the Weston Midweek League Division 1 title with victory over East Huntspill.
Weston 2nd XI defeated Chard comfortably to continue their winning ways.
Belvedere’s outside chance of promotion ended with defeat at the hands of league leaders Wellington.
A convincing away victory at Keynsham has given Weston a glimmer of hope of escaping relegation.
Uphill Castle’s depleted young side were comprehensively beaten by league leaders Minehead.
Winscombe extended their unbeaten run with victory over near neighbours Cheddar.
Belvedere’s promotion hopes were dealt a severe blow after a defeat against Uphill Castle 2nd XI.
Weston Seconds ran out convincing nine-wicket winners in their latest league match against Bridgwater.
Huntspill defeat the Strollers by 12 runs in the final of the Proper Job Weston Midweek League Stephenson Cup.
Lympsham 2nd XI recorded back-to-back victories with success at home to Purnells.
A home defeat to Bishopston has left Weston firmly in the relegation zone, with just five matches remaining.
Uphill Castle’s promotion hopes took a hit when they lost for the first time in more than two months.
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