Buckingham Town easily dispensed with Dinton to collect their second Cherwell League Division title and earn place in the Division 2 West of the Home Counties Premier League.

Their off-spinner James Gear was man-of-the-match, taking 6-26 as the home side crumbled to 118 all out after being put into bat.

Leigh Tomlinson then hit an unbeaten 53 as Town secured the championship.

Dinton 9pts, Buckingham Town 30.

Banbury 2nd closed in on the runners-up spot after all-rounder Lachlan Marshall led them to victory at home to Bicester & North Oxford.

Nine points from their final match away to Cumnor will see Banbury finish second.

Put into bat, none of the Bicester batsmen could get going against Marshall, who took 4-27 from 11 overs, and they could manage only 154-7 from their 50 overs.

Marshall then top-scored with 31 as the home side secured victory despite losing seven wickets, three of them to Kalyanakrishna Doddapaneni.

Banbury 2nd 30, Bic & N Oxford 13.

Cumnor's Carl Thompson took 5-40 in an impressive opening burst that reduced Oxford Downs to 7-4 then 80-8.

Calum Taylor then batted superbly with the tail to take his side to 188-9 and his own score to 117 not out.

Ali Morteza chipped in with 3-45 and then hit a typically brisk 32 as Cumnor, who lost a point for a slow over rate, built their reply around Andrew Robertson's unbeaten 96 in reaching 189-5.

Oxford Downs 13, Cumnor 29.

Aussie Andrew Grubich took 4-45 and Brummie Keith Arnold 4-50 as Banbury Twenty rumbled Shipton-under-Wychwood for just 128.

Earlier Grubich had led the way with the bat, hitting 40 in his side's 219 all out. Dave Clark (39) and Mark Haupt (33) also batted well, while Paul Hemming took 5-57 and Rob Pike 3-37.

Banbury Twenty 30, Shipton-under-Wychwood 15.

Another Australian in form was Anthony Smith, who was recruited by Great & Little Tew to open the bowling, but has made several major contributions with the bat.

Smith hit 97 in Tew's 237 all out, and although strugglers Milton Keynes Park stayed in the hunt, wickets kept tumbling and they were dismissed for 204.

Great & Little Tew 30, MK Park 19.