Weston registered a comprehensive victory over league strugglers Temple Cloud, set up by a record opening stand of 221.

Uphill Castle slipped to their second successive defeat at Taunton Deane and their lead at the top reduced to just 14 points.

Winscombe came out on victors in the top of the table clash against Long Sutton.

A century from Cameron Harding helped Congresbury to a emphatic victory over Portishead at the Lake Grounds.

Weston recorded a comfortable victory over Bridgwater, running out winners by 87 runs.

Uphill Castle’s Tommy Llewellyn hit his maiden century for the club, while George Cox also scored a ton in a comprehensive 131-run victory over Butleigh.

Flax Bourton returned to winning ways with a crushing 183-run victory over Woodpeckers.

Winscombe fell short by 19 runs in their run chase against Bridgwater 3rd XI.

Congresbury fell just seven runs short of their target against Shirehampton, despite Mike Fisher hitting a century.

Congresbury kept their unbeaten record intact after an excellent derby victory over Nailsea.

Lympsham Airways eased to a comfortable victory over the Strollers in Division 1 of the Proper Job Weston Midweek League.

Winscombe enjoyed a fine victory away at Weston seconds by three wickets.

Uphill Castle returned from Taunton St Andrews with a comprehensive 153-run victory with George Cox smashing a 84-ball century.

Lympsham and Belvedere were denied a good chance of victory at Castle Cary by the weather, the home side struggling on 16-3 when play was ended.

Weston won their third consecutive match as they defeat Staplegrove in a rain-affected match.

Congresbury all-rounder Sam Kearns contributed with bat and ball to help his side to a third consecutive victory in the league.

Weston cruised to a comfortable six-wicket home victory over Minehead, their second success of the season.

A century from Mike Fisher helped guide Congresbury to a second successive victory of the season.

Lympsham and Belvedere were beaten by Trull with just two balls remaining in the match.

Weston 2nd XI finished well short of their target at Shapwick and Polden, finished 52 runs short.

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