CUMNOR 2nd pulled level on points with Division 5 leaders Abingdon Vale 2nd as they ran out six-wicket winners in their top-of-the-table clash.

Vale posted 166-9, Mike Howe-Davies scoring a season’s best 54 and Tom Allen chipping in with 34.

But the total was never enough as Cumnor reached 167-4 in the 35th over as Joel Washbourn-Calcutt (79no) and Michael Race (62) made light work of Vale’s attack.

 Kingston Bagpuize beat basement boys Oxford 3rd by three wickets.

James Boon (64) and Jordan Smith (59) helped Kingston to 182-7 as they successfully chased down Oxford’s total of 181-7.

 Didcot 2nd fell to a six-wicket defeat at home to Long Marston 2nd.

They were shot out for just 111, Karl Johnston top-scoring with 30 not out and Huw Robinson and Edward Robinson taking four wickets apiece.

Paul Young then struck 43 not out in Marston’s reply, leading them to 112-4.

 Rhiaan Krynauw’s 105 not out helped Leighton Buzzard Town 2nd to a 33-run win at home to Cropredy 2nd.

Buzzard posted 224-9 in their 53 overs, Mark Twynham the pick of the Cropredy attack with 3-17.

Cropredy made a good fist of the run chase, but were bowled out for 191 in the 37th over, Alastair Worby hitting 46 not out and Joe Haynes 43.

 Bledlow Ridge had the better of a draw at Kimble.

They were all out for 229 in their final over, Sam Rolfe top-scoring with 81.

Mark Dakin (4-36) had Kimble on the back foot, but they closed on 169-9.

ASTON Rowant 3rd wrapped up the Division 6 title in style, hammering hosts Chearsley by eight wickets.

Chris Leaney took 6-48 and Tim Foster 4-41 as Chearsley were shot out for 117.

Mark Walker (42) and Matt Luxford (38no) then led Rowant to 120-2 and the title.

Colin Simpson’s 123 was in vain for Sandford St Martin 2nd, who lost by 21 runs at home to East Oxford.

East Oxford were bowled out for 192 and although Simpson’s ton led Sandford’s reply, they were all out for 171 in the penultimate over.

Horley 2nd closed in on the Division 7 title with a 156-run win at Witney Mills, James Wimbush taking 5-21 as Mills were shot out for 51.

The Division 8 title will go to the wire – just eight points separating the top four teams, who play each other next week.

Philip Wood returned outstanding figures of 9-50 to help Tiddington 3rd to a 70-run win against visitors Kimble 2nd in Division 9.

There was a remarkable statistic in Minster Lovell 3rd’s draw at Abingdon Vale 4th in Division 10.

In reply to Vale’s 213-5, Minster shut up shop at 114-5, but opener Ashley Horne’s 75 not out took the youngster’s seasonal batting average to an 399. He has been out just once in ten innings.