Shipton-under-Wychwood 2nd brushed aside nine-man Stanton St John Willows to go back to the top of the table.

Jason Constable (3-24) and Craig Lambert (3-44) helped bowl out the home side for 125, then Tim Willford (54) and Brin Walker (43no) saw the visitors to 126-1.

  • Stanton St John Willows 6pts, Shipton-under-Wychwood 2nd 30

Shipton are top because Banbury Twenty could not quite prise out Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd's tailenders.

Twenty chose to bat and made 202-6 thanks to Phil Densham (67) and Ansar Aslam (40).

Mike Wedderburn, who dashed to the match straight from the early shift at the Sky Sports News studio in west London, took 4-31, but Nondies scratched their way to 102-8.

  • Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd 10, Banbury XX 2nd 17

Miles Picknett's 94 was the main contribution in Oxford 3rd's 218-8 at Banbury 3rd, but his efforts were in vain as the hosts scrambled their way to a three-wicket win.

Jonte Cooke top scored with 92 in Banbury's reply, while Jamie Briggs hit 41 as victory was secured with three overs in hand.

  • Banbury 3rd 30, Oxford 3rd 16

Chris Davis (3-13), Lee Anning (3-22) and Harry Shepherd (3-23) shared the spoils as Aston Rowant 2nd dismissed Leighton Buzzard Town 2nd for just 98.

Rowant then found batting rather easier as they eased their way to 100-3 and maximum points.

  • Aston Rowant 2nd 30, Leighton Buzzard Town 2nd 6

Nigel Felicien took 4-46 as Thame Town 2nd beating Bourton Vale 2nd and maintained their hopes of catching Vale at the foot of the table.

Tom Collis hit 43, while Paul Close took 4-52 in Town's 177 all out, before the hosts were dismissed for 138.

  • Bourton Vale 2nd 15, Thame Town 2nd 30