CUMNOR picked up their first victory of the season as they ended the unbeaten record of visitors Dinton with a crushing 92-run victory.

Dinton opted to field, but they reckoned without a steady display from the hosts, who posted 225 all out.

Alex Davies top-scored with 48, while Harry Ackland (38), Trenton Schulz-Franco (31) and Joe Dale (30) also chipped in.

Dinton were never in the hunt in reply, Davies the pick of the Cumnor attack with 5-46, while Max Mannering took 3-22.

l Cumnor 25pts, Dinton 7

Banbury 2nd are second after a 34-run win at Tiddington.

Captain Justin Lambden hit 97 and Tom Bartlett 68 to help Banbury to 222 all out in the final over, Ben Smith taking 4-73.

Will Goodman struck 52 in Tiddington’s reply, but 4-67 from James Phillips and 3-12 from George Tait helped to dismiss the hosts for 188

l Tiddington 8pts, Banbury 2nd 25

An outstanding all-round display from Bilal Afzal helped Twyford to a four-wicket win at home to Abingdon Vale.

Vale posted 218 all out in 44.3 overs, Sam Chilvers hitting 53 not out and Afzal taking 7-61.

Twyford reached 219-6 to wrap up victory in the 39th over as Afzal struck 58 and Muhammad Asif Shah 57.

l Twyford 25pts, Abingdon Vale 10

Oxford Downs came away from Long Marston with a draw in a thrilling encounter.

Going into the final over, all four results were possible, but Downs finished four runs short.

Johnny Law claimed 5-59 and Matt Woods 3-33 as Marston were bowled out for 206, Archie Hammond top-scoring with 94.

George Sandbach’s 61 meant Downs were always in the hunt, and with Amin Rafiq hitting 32 not out and Wasim Mehmood 31, they got close, but ended up on 203-9.

l L Marston 16pts, Oxford Downs 12

There was also a draw at Horspath 2nd, who had much the better of their clash with fellow strugglers Aston Rowant 2nd.

Horspath racked up 255-9 after being invited to bat, Jehan Mohammed hitting 53 and Andrew Roberts 47 not out.

Graham Beer then took 3-18 in Rowant’s reply as they opted to bat out for the draw, which they just achieved, closing on 164-9.

l Horspath 2nd 20pts,

Aston Rowant 2nd 7

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts picked up their first win in Division 2, hammering visitors Oxford 2nd by 86 runs.

Gary Adamson top-scored with 65 not out to help Nondies to 208 all out.

Oxford were never in the hunt as Idris Mohammed took 5-25 and Arfan Ahmed 3-42 to bowl them out for a meagre 122.

l Ox & Bletch Nondies 25pts,

Oxford 2nd 6

Cropredy were knocked off top spot as they slipped to a

one-wicket defeat in their clash at Buckingham Town 2nd.

Joe Fox’s 56 was crucial as Cropredy were all out for 164 in the 46th over.

Patrick Somerton (3-52) and Matt McInerney (3-54) bowled well for the north Oxfordshire side, but Buckingham edged home to 169-9 to secure the win.

l Buckingham Tn 2nd 25pts,

Cropredy 12

Great & Little Tew 2nd also got off the mark with their

first win, beating visitors Leighton Buzzard Town by two wickets.

Tom Price (3-22) and Joe White (3-24) helped to dismiss the visitors for just 114, before Price hit 34 as Tew edged home at 115-8.

l Great & Little Tew 2nd 25pts,

Leighton Buzzard Tn 9

Sandford St Martin slumped to 97 all out and an

eight-wicket defeat at home to Bledlow Village.

Chasing the meagre target, Bledlow raced to 98-2 in 19.2 overs, Adam Mould hitting 43 not out.

l Sandford St Martin 2pts,

Bledlow Village 25

Didcot and Challow & Childrey fought out a draw in a close contest at Boundary Park.

Batting first, Didcot were restricted to 170-8 in their 53 overs, Ross Packham claiming 5-50.

Ryan Gordon (42) and Justin Penrose (39) shone in Challow’s reply.

But thanks to Jordan Morrison’s 3-26, they could not reach the target, closing on 162-8.

l Didcot 14pts,

Challow & Childrey 9