Tiddington 2nd caused the shock of the season to beat Great & Little Tew 2nd, who had won every previous match.

Tiddington, who had lost all bar one of theirs and were yet to taste victory, were 15-3 after ten overs, but Matthew Johnston's solid 49 not out saw them to 170-9.

Michael Fisher then took 4-40 and despite Tim Wyatt's 46, Tew were all out for 156.

  • Great & Little Tew 2nd 7pts, Tiddington 2nd 30

An unbroken fourth-wicket partnership between Dave Wadsworth (52no) and Tom Tierney (41no) took Abingdon Vale 2nd to victory at Kidlington 2nd.

The home side had made 205-7 thanks in part to Andy Oliver (53), then Paul Edwards's 64 set up the visitors' successful reply.

  • Kidlington 2nd 12, Abingdon Vale 2nd 30

Warren Ainsworth took 5-28 and Trevor Spindler 5-90 as Wallingford dismissed Horspath 2nd for 153.

Dave Heritage (4-35) and Ben Cook (4-45) then combined to similar effect as the home side limped to 120-8.

  • Wallingford 7, Horspath 2nd 14

Sandford St Martin 2nd's gamble of fielding first backfired as they collected just three points from their trip to Bledlow Ridge 2nd.

David Wood hit exactly 100 and Conor Taylor 68 in Ridge's 276-6, then Geoff Tombs (4-25) and Mark Dakin (4-33) left Sandford hanging on at 138-9.

  • Bledlow Ridge 2nd 19, Sandford St Martin 2nd 3

Milton Keynes Park 2nd had a losing draw with Wolverton Town 2nd.

Park's 198-9 featured 42 from Jude Ramanadanpulle, who then took 3-39 as Town closed on 165-7.

  • Milton Keynes Park 2nd 15, Wolverton Town 2nd 16