DIDCOT’S 18-match winning streak was finally brought to an end as they lost by five wickets in their Division 1 top-of-the-table clash with Great Brickhill at Boundary Park.

The visitors opted to insert Didcot, who, led by Adam Webb’s magnificent 108, racked up 263-7 in their 53 overs.

Richard Underdown added a useful 75, with Garth Davson taking 4-75.

A thrilling clash went down to the final over, where Brickhill edged home.

Davson hit a superb 110 not out and Marcus Critchley 76 to move within three points of Didcot.

Cumnor hammered hosts Shipton-under-Wychwood by 186 runs.

Shipton skipper Calum Taylor inserted Cumnor, who went on to post an impressive 276-8 as openers Alex Hodder-Williams (54) and James Lee (51) shone.

Shipton never got going in their reply as Tom Powell claimed his first five-wicket haul (5-28) and Toby Strong 3-35 as the home side were shot out for 90 in just 22.1 overs.

Tiddington brushed aside hosts Abingdon Vale by six wickets.

Vale’s fragile batting line-up were dismissed for 120 as Joe Elliott took 4-17 and Peter Holland 4-35.

Will Cooper then hit 39 to help Tiddington to 122-4.

A century for Harry Purton helped Westbury to a thrilling two-run win at Long Marston.

Purton struck 102 to help Westbury to 171 all out, and then Charlie Tredwell took 3-28 as Long Marston were dismissed for 169 in their reply.

Twyford were in a hurry to hammer visitors Buckingham Town 2nd by nine wickets.

Shabaaz Alam was once again the star of the show, taking 4-24 in Buckingham’s 108 all out, and then hitting 59 not out to steer Twyford to 111-1 in 16.5 overs.

Banbury 2nd went top of Division 2 with a comfortable six-wicket win over visitors Cropredy.

Ed Somerton struck 110, but Cropredy were dismissed for 198 as Jack Wilkins took 6-26.

Tom Bartlett (64) and Ed Phillips (40) then led the way as Banbury secured victory at

199-4 in the 40th over.

Bicester & North Oxford were knocked off top spot after a

34-run defeat at home to Horspath 2nd.

Liam Manley claimed 5-27 to help dismiss Bicester for only 120 after Horspath had earlier been bowled out for 154, Swapnil Kulkarni hitting 51.

Minster Lovell appear doomed to relegation after their crushing 92-run defeat at

fellow strugglers Challow & Childrey.

Challow posted 227-7 as Luke Stevens hit 75 not out and Joe Harris 59.

Harris then took 3-25 and Stevens 3-40 as Minster were shot out for 135 to be cast adrift at the bottom.

Aston Rowant 2nd eased past Wolverton Town by 82 runs.

Thad Cooper (68), Max Mortimer (61no) and Tim Morgan (54) saw Rowant to 262-5, before Wolverton were bowled out for 180.

Elsewhere, Bledlow Village beat visitors Leighton Buzzard Town by three wickets.

Nick Tarrant returned superb figures of 6-31 as struggling Horley surprised Thame Town 2nd with a seven-wicket win in Division 3.

Tarrant and Dan Bartlett (4-35) combined to skittle the hosts for just 99, before David Taylor hit 57 not out in Horley’s 103-3.

Oxford Downs 2nd thrashed Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts by nine wickets.

Dan Sherbourne claimed 4-41 in Nondies’ 178 all out, Pablo Mukherjee hitting 76.

Amin Rafiq (85no) and Darryl Woods (80no) then led Downs to 179-1.

There was a big shock at Stokenchurch, who beat previous leaders East Oxford by one wicket.

East Oxford were dismissed for 187, Syed Shah hitting 54 and Josh Triggs taking 5-48.

Jack Sears (51no) then led Stokenchurch home at 188-9.

Banbury 3rd saw off Great Brickhill 2nd by 36 runs.

Leaders Sandford St Martin drew with Oxford 2nd.

After posting 184 all out, Sandford had Oxford 163-8 at the close.

Witney Mills stayed top of Division 4, despite being held to a draw by Great & Little Tew.

Mills set 220-7, Josh Garrett hitting 58.

Tew were clinging on at 203-9 at the close, Justin Parker scoring 60 and Ollie Burney taking 3-40.

An unbeaten 78 from Jeff Higgs and 68 not out for Jordon Davis saw Tiddington 2nd to a seven-wicket win at home to Abingdon Vale.

Earlier, Jordan Davis took 5-40 and Jacob Davis 4-70 in Vale’s 229 all out, which featured a gritty 70 for Rob Hood. Tiddington then got to 230-3 in 37.5 overs.

Jake Godfrey’s 5-48 was in vain as Charlbury lost by 95 runs at home to Bletchley, while Horspath 3rd had to settle for a draw with Long Marston, the visitors clinging on at 118-9 in reply to Horspath’s 181-9.

Andy Griffiths took 6-21 as Didcot 2nd destroyed hosts Leighton Buzzard 2nd by ten wickets in Division 5.

Buzzard were skittled out for 45, and then Oscar Bean hit 36 not out to steer Didcot to 46-0.

Will Bull smashed 142 not out, but Cumnor 2nd were denied victory by Shipton 2nd.

Cumnor racked up 309-6 dec in 52 overs, but Shipton blocked out for 48 overs to secure a draw at 188-6.

Leigh Lewis (108) and James Reynoldson (104no) led Aston Rowant 3rd to a crushing

141-run win at Dinton 2nd.

In Division 6, Gary Cook hit 90 and Robin King claimed 6-43 as Eynsham beat Bledlow Village 2nd by 114 runs.

Richard Hart took 6-31 in Horley 2nd’s 72-run win over Oxford 3rd, while at Sandford 2nd, Colin Simpson’s 138 was in vain as the hosts lost by seven wickets against Twyford 2nd.

Didcot 3rd were put to the sword by Aston Rowant 4th, but clung on for a draw.

Rowant amassed a huge 351-5 as Kingsley Went bludgeoned 179 not out.

Didcot showed no intent to chase, blocking out for 45 overs to close on 98-9.

In Division 9, spinner Sam Down took 5-29 to help Cumnor 3rd to a seven-wicket win over Thame 4th.