Mike Wedderburn is best known for reading the headlines on Sky Sports News.

But he made the headlines by taking a hat-trick in Banbury Twenty 2nd's 100-run win over Leighton Buzzard Town 2nd.

Assif Hussain was stranded on 99 not out when Twenty's innings closed on 242-4.

Kirk Brazier (56) then took Town to 109-1 before Wedderburn (5-37) and Steve Partington (4-8) ripped through the rest.

  • Leighton Buzzard Town 2nd 2pts, Banbury Twenty 2nd 30

Ten-man Shipton-under-Wychwood 2nd were staring down the barrel of an embarrassing defeat when they were bowled out for 102 by lowly Thame Town 2nd, for whom Chris Brougham took 4-13.

Thanks to Steve Carvey (4-26) and Craig Lambert (4-40), a couple of hours later they were celebrating a two-run win and returning to the top of the table.

  • Shipton-under-Wychwood 2nd 30, Thame Town 2nd 14

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd collapsed to 76 all out at Aston Rowant 2nd - and dropped from second to sixth in the table as a result.

Chris Davies took 4-25 for Rowant, who lost three wickets before easing home.

  • Aston Rowant 2nd 30, Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd 5

Stanton St John Willows matched their best performance of the season by collecting 11 points, but they still suffered defeat at Banbury 3rd.

Ashley Pike top-scored with 38 in Willows' 158 all out, which the hosts passed for the loss of five wickets.

  • Banbury 3rd 30, Stanton St John Willows 11

James Collett (65), David Hanson (62) and Paul Close (44) took Bourton Vale 2nd to 196-4 and a six-wicket win at Oxford 3rd.

Earlier, Matthew Keyte had taken 6-114 in a marathon spell as Oxford reached 192-8.

  • Oxford 3rd 12, Bourton Vale 2nd 30