Chris Davidson bowling for Weston.

Weston crashed to a heavy defeat at league leaders Taunton Deane, going down by 238 runs.

Luke Bliss batting for Uphill.

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 slip up at home

Friday, June 24, 2016
Nathan James bowling for Lympsham.

Lympsham were defeated by four wickets by visitors Ilminster.

Weston's Aimee Davidson.

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's Shabil Ahmed batting.

Weston finished on the losing end of a disappointing result at Ilminster, despite Shabel Ahmed and young Tom Chambers putting in fine performances.

Uphill Castle vs Ashbrittle

Uphill Castle cruised to victory at Taunton Deane to make it a third league victory on the trot.

Weston seconds recorded a narrow victory for the second time in two weeks, this time at Chard.

Congresbury lead the Bristol & District Senior Division following a comfortable victory over Almondsbury.

Belvedere lost their unbeaten record at home to Wellington 2nd XI, who were also unbeaten.

Jack Luff has been showing good form for Lympsham Airways in the Proper Job Midweek Cricket League.

Lympsham seconds were well beaten by visitors Spaxton, who romped to victory.

Tom Dancey batting for Weston.

Weston defeated Keynsham by three wickets in a low-scoring encounter at Devonshire Road.

Uphill Castle.

Uphill Castle enjoyed a comfortable 75-run victory over league leaders Minehead.

Neil Chadwick and Belvedere.

Belvedere batsman Neil Chadwick passed 10,000 runs for the club in a comfortable victory over Upill Castle 2nd XI.

Win tickets to see Somerset v Surrey.

Winscombe are still looking for their first victory of the season, going down by 117 runs against close neighbours Cheddar.

Win tickets to see Somerset v Surrey.

Weston seconds defeated Bridgwater by just three runs in an exciting match.

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