The Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts juggernaut rolls on towards the D ivision 3 title, with Sandford St Martin the latest side to be overpowered.

Put in to bat, Sandford managed 179 all out thanks to 67 from Richard Murrey and Andrew Goffe's 47.

Matt Scrivener (4-31) was the pick of the bowlers, then Steve Schofield hit an unbeaten 104 as Nondies raced to 181-2.

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondies 30pts, Sandford St Martin 9.

Nondies stretched their lead at the top to 26 points after Cropredy pulled off an impressive win over second-placed Long Marston. Pete Toovey (4-76) and Lee Beesley (4-24) bowled well for Marston as the home side struggled to 188 all out.

Richard Lynch then took 6-45 as the visitors were dismissed for 162, despite Simon Robinson's 51.

Cropredy 30, Long Marston 17.

Cumnor 2nd now look like the only side capable of catching the top two after they used all their experience to beat Dinton 2nd by five wickets.

Alan Cox took 5-37 while Shaun Smith hit 52 and Dan Ripley 51 not out in Dinton's 202-9, then veterans Malcolm Evans (56no) and Pete Burt (36no) saw Cumnor to 204-5.

Cumnor 2nd 30, Dinton 2nd 14.

Witney Mills are now looking over their shoulders after crashing to a 107-run defeat at basement boys Chearsley.

The hosts reached 237-8 thanks to a 179-run stand between Mike Leeds (115) and Nick Babington (70).

Marcus Hignall then took 5-44 as Mills were all out for 130.

Chearsley 30, Witney Mills 5.

Rob Lovick hit a brisk 86 as Hanborough beat Kimble to all but banish thoughts of relegation.

Hanborough closed on 236-8 as Sam Agace (6-89) was the only bowler to enjoy much success.

The home side then subsided to 119 all out as Daniel Simpson and Craig Wood each took three wickets.

Kimble 5, Hanborough 30.