We have managed to get through the first weekend of the Women's County Championship without too much disruption from the weather. All the games were played, even if some were foreshortened by rain.
The big winners in Division One were Lancashire, Warwickshire and Yorkshire, who all won both their games. The big losers were Sussex, Berkshire and Middlesex, who all lost both theirs. Kent and Notts both won one game apiece.
Top scorer in Division One was Middlesex's Beth Morgan, who hit 80 out of her team's 142 all out on Monday, but it was not enough to prevent Yorkshire from taking the win.
Liz Russell (Warks), Sophie Ecclestone (Lancs), Katie Levick (Yorks) and Sophia Dunkley (Middx) all picked up 4-fors, to top the early bowling stats.
In Division Two is was a similar story with three sides winning all their games - Devon, Somerset and Hampshire, and Worcestershire, Staffs and Derbyshire each losing their opening two games. Surrey and Wales won a game each.
Suzie Bates with Hampshire, and Sophie Luff with Somerset, both got their season's off to a fine start with back-to-back hundreds for their respective counties.
With the ball Devon's Hazelle Garton picked up 6/20 against Derbyshire to head the second tier averages.
Here are all the results from the first weekend's fixtures in the Women's County Championship
Lancashire 221 all out beat Middlesex 133 all out by 88 runs
Notts 71/5 beat Sussex 70 all out by 5 wickets
Warks 201/8 beat Kent 200/9 by 2 wickets
Yorks 199/9 beat Berks 89 all out by 110 runs
Lancs 148/4 beat Berks 145 all out by 6 wickets
Kent 185 all out beat Notts 144 all out by 41 runs
Warks 85/4 beat Sussex 84 all out by 6 wickets
Yorks 143/7 beat Middx 142 all out by 3 wickets
Somerset 204/9 beat Derbyshire 135 all out by 69 runs
Devon 105/1 beat Staffs 104 all out by 9 wickets
Surrey 205/2 beat Worcs 203/6 by 8 wickets
Hants 244 all out beat Wales 87 all out (adj target of 98 in 20 overs)
Somerset 231/6 beat Staffs 136/9 by 95 runs
Wales 173/8 (adj target of 170 in 43 overs) beat Surrey 197 all out
Devon 212/5 beat Derbyshire 87 all out by 125 runs
Hampshire 249/5 beat Worcs 82 all out by 167 runs