Great & Little Tew had reached 118-5 from 15 overs when their Home Counties Premier League Twenty20 first-round tie at home to Chesham was washed out.
Joe White had hit 39 off 21 balls and Curtly Slatter was 27 not out when the rain came down.
Banbury’s home tie against Tring Park has been rearranged for Sunday, June 8.
The annual representative match between the Cherwell League and OCA League fell victim to the weather on Monday.
Officials are hoping that the clash, which was due to be held at Horspath, can be rearranged.
Another washout was at Bicester & North Oxford where the matches involving Oxfordshire women and the Netherlands and Oxon Under 17s against Sussex were unable to start.
Latest Sport news
- Josh Ashby to stay at Oxford City for season after Oxford United agree extension
- Oxford United sell a third of their tickets before FA Cup opponents are confirmed
- Silly errors cost us dear, says Oxford United boss Michael Appleton
- MOTORSPORT: Felipe Massa returns to Williams as Valtteri Bottas completes Mercedes switch
- Oxford United fans' chat
- We studied them all week, but failed to deliver, says Oxford United skipper John Lundstram after AFC Wimbledon defeat
- Neal Ardley disappointed AFC Wimbledon did not score more
- Rob Hall gutted his early Oxford United goal counts for nothing
- FOOTBALL: Conor McDonagh’s strike lifts Banbury United to edge of play-offs
- FOOTBALL: Frustrated Oxford City are caught three times as they fail to put Concord Rangers away