Clyst St George batsman Chris Ferro, whose watchful innings was crucial in the win over Bideford<br>credit: Conrad Sutcliffe

Clyst close out rain-affected game against Bideford | 'We held our nerve with the ball and in the field after the rain break, as we knew with nine wickets in hand Clyst would come at us hard' – Dan Kendall | Ferro (pictured) and Donovan lay foundations for imposing total | 'We weren't helped by some below-par bowling and 30-plus wides which, at this level, is inexcusable' – Bideford captain Tom Brend |

Bridestowe batters Burns (pictured, Katie Jecks) and Penberthy dominate Ivybridge bowling | Rain rules leave Bridestowe skipper fuming | 'It is a bit of a joke of a points system when you play someone off the park but cannot get back out there, which cost us six or seven points' |

Cullompton and Ipplepen beg to differ over outcome of rain-affected game | 'We were well ahead of the run rate for when the rain came' – CCC captain Todd Scrace | 'I think we were slight favourites when the rain came, but without DLS batting first is a massive disadvantage when there is bad weather about' – Pens' team manager Simon Tapley | Pictured: Jack Grandfield – three wickets for Cullompton in the win over Ipplepen |

Chudleigh skipper Heather laments 'buffet bowling' that gifted Tavistock 50-run start | 'That's cricket though and we go again this week with another big game against Dartington & Totnes when we will be looking to put a few things right' – Will Heather | Pictured: Tavistock's Dom Snyman – one of three bowlers to take two wickets in the win over Chudleigh |

Bovey 2nd XI extend lead at top of B Division to 19 points | Three wickets for Green (pictured) in win over Dartington & Totnes | Arren de Young (41) and Sam Harvey (30no) main run scorers in rain-affected chase |