OXFORDSHIRE must wait to find out if they have qualified for the NCCA T20 finals day after sharing their Bank Holiday fixtures.

The Group 4 leaders recorded a win and a loss at Buckinghamshire on Sunday, before repeating those results against Bedfordshire 24 hours later.

It leaves Oxon two points clear of Bedfordshire and Berkshire, who play each other this weekend.

Only the top team in the group reaches finals day on May 22, so Rupert Evans’ men need one win apiece and then to remain ahead on net run rate.

Oxon began their Bank Holiday weekend in style with a comprehensive seven-wicket victory over Buckinghamshire at High Wycombe CC.

The hosts posted 126-7 in a shortened 18-over contest, with Luke Charlesworth and Prav Chahal taking two wickets apiece.

Harrison Ward smashed 44 off 24 balls as Oxon wasted no time in eating into their target, reaching 50 inside the seventh over.

Captain Jonny Cater (37*) joined James Coles (38*) at the crease and the pair put on 77 to steer the visitors to victory.

It was roles reversed for the second game, as Buckinghamshire cruised to an eight-wicket win.

Oli Currill top-scored with 29 but his dismissal sparked a collapse which saw Oxon lose their last five wickets for just six runs.

Buckinghamshire openers Elliot Callis (58*) and Conrad Louth (31) put on 84 for the first wicket in reply as they reached their target with four overs to spare.

It was a similar story the next day at Wormsley, as Oxon won the first fixture against Bedfordshire by eight runs.

Currill starred again with an extraordinary knock, as three fours and four sixes saw him smash 40 off just 14 balls.

Oxon closed on a very competitive 160-6, but captain George Thurstance’s unbeaten 80 (64) kept Bedfordshire in the hunt.

They needed 18 off the final two overs, only for Coles and Currill to limit the scoring when it mattered as the visitors fell just short.

Once again, Oxon were pegged back in the second game as Bedfordshire won by nine wickets.

Cater top-scored with 31 (39) as the hosts closed on 135-7, but Thurstance (50) and Eddie Ballard (67*) put on 121 to set them on their way to a convincing victory.

Meanwhile, Oxfordshire’s women claimed two wins over Lincolnshire in T20 Group 5.

The hosts triumphed by 15 runs in the first encounter, reaching 99-7 before limiting their opponents to 84-4.

Oxon then recorded an eight-wicket triumph in the next clash, achieving their target of 92 in less than 17 overs.