It was no change following the results of Saturday’s washed out round of cricket fixtures as Falkland, Thatcham Town and Newbury all saw their games abandoned.
All three sides remain in their respective leagues, after very little play was achieved across the region because of the rain.
Falkland were on 155-5 in their match against Stoke Green when the heavens opened, with James Bird having scored 26 and Saranga Rajaguru not out on 43.
It means they end the season sixth in Division 1 of the Thames Valley Cricket League, and within 21 points of third-placed Wokingham.
In Division 2B, Thatcham held on to survive relegation after their match against Slough 2nds was cut short.
They were on 55-2 after Slough had set an all out target of 152, and end the year eighth in the standings – one place above the drop zone.
And Newbury stayed third in Division 3A following their rained-off match against Purley-on-Thames.
Purley had declared on 226-8 as Newbury came into bat, but they only got to 6-1 before the match was called off.
The games concluded the cricket season for 2016, with next year’s matches expected to begin in May.