CROPREDY were guilty of a shocking batting performance at leaders Leighton Buzzard Town, with only two of their 11 making it into double figures.
Alan Priestley (5-20) took the first five wickets to fall, reducing the visitors to 32-5.
Jack Kempster then took 4-12 from 7.2 overs as Cropredy crashed to 85 all out. Without 25 wides, they would have been humiliated.
Antony Francis hit 48 not out in Town’s 89-2, as they extended their lead at the top to 38 points.
L Buzzard Town 25pts, Cropredy 2
The other three matches in the division were abandoned before a ball was bowled.
Aston Rowant 2nd 6, Cublington 6
Bledlow Village 6, Ox & Bletch N 6
Horspath 2nd 6, Long Marston 6
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