Division 1

Joe Shillaker's 4-35 set leaders Cumnor on their way to victory over Great & Little Tew on a weekend when they and Oxford Downs pulled away from the chasing pack. Tew started brightly after being asked to bat, but slowed to a crawl against the home side's spinners before being bowled out for 119, Harry Smith top scoring with 47. The visitors put Cumnor under pressure after tea, but they were relatively comfortable on 55 without loss. However, they lost five wickets, including James Lee for 36, before reaching 120-5 and victory.

Cumnor 25pts, Great & Little Tew 6

Oxford Downs’ mini slump appears to be over after they successfully chased Oxford 2nd's score of 234-7. Mark Sheehan (55) and Wasim Mehmood (46) provided the backbone to Oxford's effort, while Daryl Johnson conceded exactly 100 runs while claiming his five wickets. Wes Bartlett then hit 77 and Andrew Buckingham 70 not out as Downs eased to 238-4. The visitors were docked one point for their slow over rate.

Oxford 2nd 8, Oxford Downs 24

The title aspirations of Shipton-under-Wychwood suffered a blow when they lost by 15 runs at struggling Leighton Buzzard Town. Chris Thompson (38), Phillip Whatmore (36) and Jack Kempster (35no) all got starts as Town posted 211-6. Shaun Miller took 3-71 for Shipton and then watched Simon Hole (72) and Steve Bates (35) get the run chase off to a good start. But Kempster took 3-39 and Lee Selfe 3-47 as Shipton slipped to 196 all out.

L Buzzard Town 25, Shipton 6

James Holton hit 85 and Tim Rattigan 70 as Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts reached 221-9 at Buckingham Town. Jason Ell was the pick of the home side's attack, taking 5-53. Town made light work of their reply, racing to 225-3 in the 41st over through Jonny Cater (97) and Ashley Pearson (83).

Buckingham 25, Nondies 7

Bourton Vale fell even further behind at the foot of the table as they were bundled out for 103 by Bletchley Town. Only Tom Arkell (35) could get going against Ricky Black (4-18) and Robert Marks (3-30). Town lost five wickets in pursuit of victory, of which Nicky Anderson took 3-29, but James Ward’s unbeaten 30 saw them over the winning line.

Bourton Vale 6, Bletchley Town 25