Chris Sleep - gave Abbotskerswell a nudge with rapid runs<br>credit: Conrad Sutcliffe

Plympton get their tactics right on rainy day against Thorverton | 'We felt we were in the game with 40 overs of spin and a turning pitch – and we were right' – Jonty Walliker | 'We were certainly better than the seven bonus points awarded. I wonder if the league need to look at revising when bonus points are awarded in rain-affected games when the total is adjusted' – Thorverton skipper Jake Choules | Pictured: Harry Kandampully, who top scored for Plympton |

Niemand and Horler steer Exmouth to eight-wicket win at Barton | Greenway glad to have old guard in reserve to cover player absences | Three wicket for Kimber (pictured) finishes off Barton |

Watkin always confident Abbots would win run-rate contest | 'We were always aware of the target they needed it never felt like they were going to get it' | Hill's ton gives Sleep (pictured) the freedom to give it a slap | Seaton skip regrets lapses in field |

Torquay spin to win against Kilmington | 'Our four spinners all bowled to a plan with discipline and control' – Chris Kelmere | 'I was pleased with our bowling and fielding as we didn't collapse completely after the first-innings disappointment' – Brett Garner | Pictured; Torquay's Jiniv Joshi operating with new ball in the win over Kilmington |

Second ton of the season for Daniel (pictured) as Exeter's batters pile-up the runs | 'Jehan exploded from the start by hitting his first two balls for six' – Exeter chairman Julian Smith | Budleigh 50 for one off 10 overs when rain stopped play |