Don't panic! Lots more cricket to come...
It seems rather strange that we have now finished this year's Test summer as early as the second week in August.
But don't worry, we have plenty more cricket coverage to keep you entertained over the next few weeks.
This Saturday we will bring you commentary on the final of the Friends Provident Trophy from Lord's. It promises to be an exciting match between two of the in-form sides this season in Kent and Essex.
Kent's Rob Key, who was close to being named as the new England captain, will have the chance to impress again on the big stage while Essex boast the likes of Ravi Bopara and Graham Napier who have already produced two of the season's most amazing batting performances.
Napier's brutal 58-ball 152 not out against Sussex at Chelmsford in June contained 16 sixes and will not be forgotten by those lucky enough to see it.
Joining our commentators Christopher Martin-Jenkins, Simon Mann and Kevin Howells on Saturday will be summarisers representing both sides.
For Essex we have Graham Gooch who will be joining us in-between his coaching duties on the day and Alex Tudor who has been part of the Essex side this season including playing in that quarter-final win at Grace Road. Representing Kent will be their former wicket keeper Paul Nixon who had a successful time at Canterbury including helping them to a one day trophy back in 2001.
We also have a neutral voice in Lancashire and former England all-rounder Dominic Cork who also be joining us in the TMS commentary box.
Our coverage of the Friends Provident Final starts on Saturday at 1030 BST on BBC 5 Live Sports Extra, BBC Radio Four long wave and online.
Then the TMS team travels north to Edinburgh to bring you commentary on the one day international between Scotland and England on Monday.
Kevin Howells and Arlo White will be joined by Radio Scotland commentator Geoff Webster for the game with summaries provided by former Scotland all-rounder Dougie Brown and former England bowler Angus Fraser.
You will be able to hear that game on Five Live Sports Extra and online from 1030 BST on Monday.
And then the NatWest Twenty20 and one-day international series against South Africa gets underway with new captain Kevin Pietersen hoping to transfer his Test success to the shorter forms of the game.
The series begins with the Twenty20 international at Chester-le-Street in Durham where Pietersen first entertained us with his outrageous switch-hitting earlier this summer. Who knows what KP has planned for us on Wednesday.
Our commentary gets underway at 1615 BST with Jonathan Agnew and Arlo White being joined by Shaun Pollock who will know plenty about the conditions in Durham having played for the Dynamos in the Twenty20 Cup and Friends Provident Trophy this season.
And I am delighted to say that joining TMS for the first time at Durham and then for the first one-day international at his home ground of Headingley will be England's sixth highest wicket taker of all time, Matthew Hoggard. Part of the 2005 Ashes-winning team, Hoggard is one of England's most popular cricketers and will be able to offer a fascinating insight into the England side.
After Leeds, the NatWest series travels to Nottingham, the Oval, Lord's and finally to Cardiff where we'll have the chance to see how the Swalec Stadium is shaping up ahead of next summer's Ashes.
Jonathan Agnew will be joined by Henry Blofeld, Christopher Martin-Jenkins, Simon Mann, Arlo White and Mark Pougatch to provide commentary on the one day matches with contributions from South African broadcaster Neil Manthorpe.
Joining Shaun Pollock and Matthew Hoggard providing expert analysis will be the likes of Alec Stewart, Phil Tufnell, Graham Thorpe, Angus Fraser, Vic Marks, Dougie Brown, Graham Gooch and the former Glamorgan and England bowler Steve Watkin, who will be part of our team in Cardiff.
It should be a really exciting climax to what has been a very eventful international summer. And talking of exciting finishes, BBC radio will have plenty of coverage over the next few weeks of the concluding matches in this year's LV County Championship.
Kevin Howells and the team will have regular updates on BBC Radio 5 Live from the key matches while Darren Gough's Thursday night cricket show will bring you interviews with the top players.
And keep an eye on bbc.co.uk/cricket for details of the ball by ball commentary you can get on the remaining county matches via BBC regional and local radio stations.