Great & Little Tew 2nd's success has been built around the club's promising youngsters, but it was the old hands that saw them to victory over Kidlington 2nd.

Chasing the visitors' 187 all out, Tew were in trouble on 71-5 before Dave Freeman (34), Andy Darby (31) and Paul Catling (45no) took them to 188-7.

Earlier, Ed Willmot had hit 73 for Kidlington, while Ed Gross took 4-40 and Adam Fleetwood 4-41.

  • Great & Little Tew 2nd 30pts, Kidlington 2nd 15

Ali Damirchi took 7-44 as Wallingford made the long trip to Wolverton Town 2nd worthwhile by pulling off a straightforward win and so stay second in the table.

Town were all out for just 86, which the visitors passed for the loss of just two wickets.

  • Wolverton Town 2nd 5, Wallingford 30

There were near identical scores at Sandford St Martin 2nd, where the home side were rolled over for just 88 by Horspath 2nd.

Stuart Berry (4-28) was the pick of the visitors' bowlers, while Andy Cummings took 3-18. Horspath reached the victory target without loss.

  • Sandford St Martin 2nd 3, Horspath 2nd 30

Adam King hit an unbeaten 79 while Dave Wadsworth struck 34 as Abingdon Vale chased Tiddington 2nd's 148 all out to win by eight wickets.

Only Alan Maule (55) could get going for the home side against some typically tight bowling from Robin Newman (3-47) and the more erratic Paul Edwards (3-33).

  • Tiddington 2nd 8, Abingdon Vale 2nd 30

Milton Keynes Park 2nd, who started the season on minus 60 points following registration irregularities in 2006, gave themselves a chance of staying up by thrashing Bledlow Ridge 2nd.

Roger Hobbs took 4-31 and Paddy Rathbone 4-16 as Ridge were rumbled for 67, which Park passed for the loss of three wickets inside 15 overs.

  • Milton Keynes Park 2nd 30, Bledlow Ridge 2nd 5