After the annual weekend off, Wimbledon remain top of the Ryman Surrey Championship Premier Division going into the crucial final few rounds of matches.
Week 12, which took place over the weekend of the Kia Oval Test Match, saw bowlers thrive in the heat wave following the uncommonly wet summer that had preceded it.
There were home wins for Reigate Priory, Wimbledon and Sunbury, whilst relegation threatened Weybridge and Camberley secured crucial away victories.
With tough conditions the rule across the league, only Camberley were able to post a score of over 200 – with two sides bowled out for well under 100 and another for only 109.
The only Surrey player to see action was Tom Lancefield for Banstead.
Last weekend (July 28th) saw the clubs given a weekend off to prepare for the final onslaught over August.
Reigate Priory CC (58/1) beat Sutton CC (57 all out Saker 7/30) by nine wickets
Normandy CC (175/9 Hunt 72) lost to Camberley CC (208/9 Young 79)
Wimbledon CC (90/0 Grace 51*) beat Banstead CC (89 all out Franke-Matthecka 5/32)
Guildford CC (125 all out Teale 53, Mann 5/44) lost to Weybridge CC (128/2 Crowson 51*, A. Ansari 60*)
Sunbury CC (110/0 Balbirnie 62*) beat Malden Wanderers CC (109 all out Todd 5/40) by ten wickets.