Once again, the Swansea and West Wales cricket festival came up trumps with good weather, fine cricket and two resounding wins for Glamorgan over visitors Leicestershire.
There really is nowhere like St Helen's to watch cricket when the sun shines and so it was for most of these five late summer days.
Some Friday rain had delayed Glamorgan's Championship victory until Saturday morning, building upon a wonderful first innings total of 508/9 dec where Murray Goodwin hit a superb 178.
St Helen's in the sun....nowhere better?
summer by the sea
Crowding Leicestershire out on Day 4
By Sunday, Glamorgan's attention had been switched to the YB40 competition, and a historic last home game of 40 overs a side, as 50 over cricket take over next season.
Some big hitting from Mark Wallace, Gareth Rees, Murray Goodwin and Chris Cooke saw Glam to a total exceeding 300, which Leicestershire never threatened as the home side ran out winners by 68 runs.
..into the coloured clothing..
..on another sunny day..