Tiddington's Division 2 match at home to Leighton Buzzard Town could have gone either way had rain not intervened.

Leighton made 189-8 from their 50 overs after choosing to bat, with Dan Scott hitting 53 while Jon Talbot took 3-23.

A shower saw the Tiddington's innings reduced to 37 overs, but Riaan Krynauw (39) and John Mackie (32) did what they could to keep Tiddington up with the rate.

Spin twins Lee Selfe (3-26) and his young protégé Antony Francis (3-53) gave Town a chance, but the game fizzled out with the hosts on 169-7.

Tiddington 15pts, Leighton Buzzard Town 15.

The unluckiest side of the day were Bledlow Ridge, who were denied a chase of just 69 to beat Challow & Childrey by the rain.

Spinner Chris Welsh opened the bowling and took 5-23 from 21 overs, while his opening partner, left arm seamer Paul Brzezicki returned 5-34 from 21.3 as Challow crumbed to 68 all out.

But Ridge only had the chance to score one run before rain halted their reply after a solitary over.

Challow & Childrey 10, Bledlow Ridge 10.

The derby clash between Morris Motors Exiles and Horspath at Wheatley was evenly poised when the weather won out.

In-form Nitin Sehgal had hit 47 and Kashif Zaman 34 in the Exiles' 194 all out, made after the visitors had won the toss.

Dean Creed took 5-55 for Horspath, who were denied the opportunity to bat by steady rain.

Morris Motors Exiles 10, Horspath 10.

Bottom club Kingston Bagpuize had limped to 73-5 from 33 overs when rain halted their home game with Oxford 2nd.

Kingston Bagpuize 10, Oxford 2nd 10.

The long-awaited clash between the division's top two sides, Bourton Vale and Abingdon Vale, did not start.

Bourton Vale 10, Abingdon Vale 10.