OXFORDSHIRE Under 17s are waiting on other results to find out whether they have won the ECB County Championship title after their match at Buckinghamshire was washed out.

But the wet weather came to Oxon’s rescue at Marlow as they were struggling to chase down 362-7dec.

Bucks were put into bat and Dominic Goodman led the way with 109, while Josh Drage (70), Jack Rodnight (66no) and Henry Moore (56) also contributed, Asad Rafiq taking 3-44.

The visitors were reduced to 22-4, before Rafiq (36no) and Archie Davies (32) steadied the ship.

But they were still in trouble on 101-6 when the heavens opened.

Oxfordshire 2nd XI slipped to a seven-wicket defeat against Herefordshire in a friendly at Abingdon Vale.

They never recovered from a poor start and were all out for 138.

Herefordshire’s openers reached the target with ease.

Oxfordshire Under 14s lost by seven wickets to Cambridgeshire in a friendly at Bromsgrove School.

A middle-order recovery helped Oxon reach 124-7, but their opponents made light work of the total.

Shreyas Anand took 5-9 as the Oxfordshire under 11s beat Suffolk by seven runs in a friendly at Holbrook.

Magnus Wrottesley top-scored with 30 in Oxon’s 128 all out.

Suffolk looked in control, but up stepped Anand, whose performance also included two run-outs, to help dismiss them for 121.

Oxon also beat Huntingdonshire by 95 runs.

Jackson Andreae (42) helped steer the county to 137-9, before Ted Phillips took 3-3 to dismiss their opponents for 42.

Julian Laird starred with a brilliant 80, but it proved in vain as the under 10s lost by 47 runs to Gloucestershire in a friendly at Malvern.

They also faced Warwickshire at the same venue and, once again, Laird starred, hitting 72, but they fell to a 20-run defeat.

A third defeat followed when they were beaten by Bedfordshire.

Oxfordshire Under 13 girls suffered a 72-run defeat to Buckinghamshire in the ECB Women’s County League A Division.

Amelie Trivedi (3-21) helped restrict the visitors to 120 all out in the Group 2 clash at Aston Rowant.

The hosts struggled in reply and were dismissed for 48.

Oxon also lost by nine-wickets to Northamptonshire, Clemmie Boyd top-scoring with 32 as they posted 109.