Great & Little Tew seamers Anthony Smith and Lloyd Brock joined forces for the second week running to maintain their side's 100 per cent winning record.

Tasmanian paceman Smith took 4-53 and Brock 3-36 as Tew dismissed Oxford Downs for 198 to pull off a 26-run victory.

Marc Milligan top-scored for Downs with 66.

Earlier, skipper Shane Faulkner (43) and a late flourish from Kevin Taylor (48no) helped Tew to 224-9.

Oxford Downs 9, Great & Little Tew 30.

Cumnor's Afghani opening bowlers Ayaz Khan (4-72) and Ali Morteza (3-17) had Bicester & North Oxford on the ropes at 42-6 before the home side's Indian import Kalyanakrishna Doddapaneni (47) rebuilt the innings.

Even so, it took a spirited tenth-wicket partnership of 40 to take Bicester to 159 all out on a badly worn pitch.

Cumnor lost wickets at regular intervals in reply, with only Kiwi Andrew Robertson (47) coming to terms with the conditions, and off spinner Paul Jeacock (5-10) mopped up the tail as the visitors succumbed for 100.

Bicester & North Oxford 30, Cumnor 7.

An unbeaten 113 from former Oxfordshire opener Andrew Sabin swept Banbury 2nd to a five-wicket win over Milton Keynes Park. Put in to bat, Park managed 198-6, with James Sprittles (84) and Stuart Cooper (48) in the runs.

But it was not enough as Sabin struck ten boundaries to see his side home in the penultimate over.

Banbury 2nd 30, Milton Keynes Park 13.

Banbury Twentywere reduced to 9-5 inside seven overs at home to Buckingham Town, and were grateful that Andrew Grubich (59) and Darren de Bruyn (52no) dug in so they could post 169-8.

Town then slumped to 20-4, but enjoyed a stroke of good fortune when opening bowler Grubich had to leave the field with a torn calf muscle.

New Zealander Jimad Khan plundered 74 and despite Keith Arnold's 4-41, the visitors scrambled their way to a three-wicket win.

Banbury Twenty 14, Buckingham Town 30.

Shipton-under-Wychwood looked set for victory when they dismissed Dinton for a modest 131, Robert Pike taking 4-38.

But Mark Ludlow (4-22) then bowled even better as Shipton were rolled over for just 73.

Dinton 30, Shipton 12.