Joe Cockcroft bowled a marathon 24-over spell to claim figures of 4-71 as Hanborough saw off Cropredy by just ten runs.

After being put in, the home side were bowled out for 167, with Matthew Busby (70) the only batsman to cope with James Coleman (4-59) and Richard Lynch, who took 3-16 from 11 overs.

Hanborough 30, Cropredy 8.

A stunning catch by Steve Schofield turned the tide in favour of Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts, who finally saw off Dinton 2nd by 77 runs.

Nondies were able to declare on 260-5 thanks to Ian Mead (84no), but Terry Kelloway (56) gave the visitors a chance before Schofield intervened. Mark Strong followed up his 43 with the bat by taking 4-56.

Oxford & Bletch Nondies 30, Dinton 2nd 13.

A belligerent 68 not out from Malcolm Evans took Cumnor 2nd to a comfortable seven-wicket win at home to Kimble.

The visitors had struggled against the accuracy of Julian Easterbrook (4-65) and variety of Alan Cox (3-27) and were bowled out for 148.

Cumnor 2nd, 30 Kimble 9.

James Risbridger and Simon Smith took three wickets apiece as Sandford St Martin dismissed Chearsley for just 129.

Sandford lost four wickets in reply, but Mark Robey (42no) steered them home in the 44th over.

Cumnor 2nd 30, Kimble 9.

Charlie Fisher's 66 was the only highlight of Witney Mills's performance at home to early pacesetters Long Marston.

Martin Keable took 5-28 for Marston as Mills were bowled out in the final over for 181. Mick Lyons then struck 81 as the visitors eased home by seven wickets with more than 12 overs in hand.

Witney Mills 11, Long Marston 30.