Out of the thirty matches scheduled in the top five divisions only five matches were able to start and of those only two reached a conclusion as the rain swept across the County to end the minor heat wave of Thursday and Friday.

In the Premier Division Afghan refugee Masihullah Qazkhill (8-24) dismantled the Pershore 1st XI batting line up in the second innings of a rain affected game to help Astwood Bank 1st XI gain a winning draw against the former leaders who were forced to hang on for the losing draw well short of the required total at the Bottoms, whilst in the other match that started in the division  Ian Bullock (50*) got Bromyard 1st XI off to a flying start against Stourbridge 1st XI only to be frustrated by the rain that came to end things after only fifteen overs of an already rain reduced match had been bowled at the War Memorial Ground. All other matches in the division were abandoned without a ball being bowled.

In Division One the only match to get underway was played at Norton Barracks where Worcester 1st XI managed to post an excellent first innings score in a match reduced to thirty two overs thanks to half centuries from Luke Deeprose (69), James Owens (63) and Harry Clark (50), however the rain came only four overs in to the second innings to thwart any chance of a result.

The only other matches to make a start in were played in Division Two at Hill Close where Bredon 1st XI after dismissing  visitors Himbleton 1st XI cheaply in the first innings were able to reach the required target in the second innings to record an eight wicket win in a match reduced to twenty five overs per side and at Sambourne Lane where James Boycott (4-33) helped Astwood Bank 2nd XI bowl out visitors Belbroughton 1st XI in the first innings only to see the rain arrive at the change-over of innings to rule out any possibility of a result.

All fixtures scheduled in Division Three and Division Four were abandoned without a ball bowled.