Mark Strong took 4-36 and Leighton James 4-48 as Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts consolidated their second place in the Division 3 by beating Witney Mills. Only an innings of 33 from Richard Tilley, which contained three sixes, held up the Nondies attack as Mills limped to 121-9 from their 50 overs.

Matthew Baggs hit a rapid 51 before Steven Schofield (31no) saw the visitors to victory with eight wickets and more than 24 overs remaining.

Witney Mills 7pts, Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 30.

Ayaz Khan and Alan Cox each took three wickets as Cumnor 2nd maintained their impressive start to the season at Hanborough.

The hosts chose to bat but could manage only 109 all out, with five of their batsmen falling leg before wicket.

In reply, Mark Kirsten hit some lusty blows as the visitors closed out a seven wicket win.

Hanborough 7, Cumnor 2nd 30.

Long Marston stay top after humiliating Kimble.

The visitors chose to bat, but were rolled over for just 58 - and to make matters worse extras were the main contributor with 20.

Pete Toovey, returning to the Marston side after a two-week injury lay-off, took 5-18 in a 12 over opening burst.

Run-machine Mike Lyons then hit an unbeaten 40 as the hosts raced to 60-1.

Long Marston 30, Kimble 2.

Sandford St Martin travelled to Dinton 2nd, bowled one over, and then saw rain prevent any further action.

There was no play in the match between Cropredy and Chearsley. All sides receive ten points.