Ali Damarchi took 6-24 and Colin Allen 4-8 as Bourton Vale 2nd were bowled out for the humiliating score of just 35 in 21.4 overs at Wallingford.

Yet between the innings, Vale would have fancied their chances after they had dismissed the home side for just 140, Rob Langley taking 5-42.

Wallingford 25pts, Bourton Vale 2nd 5.

Bledlow Village 2nd's decision to ask Thame Town 2nd to bat backfired in spectacular fashion as Town raced to 241-3 declared after 48 overs.

Dave Brookes hit 100 not out, Tom Collis 71 not out and Steve Beard 47 for Thame, who then dismissed the home side for just 92.

Gary Porter took 3-9 from nine overs and Ryan Murray 4-7 from 6.1.

Bledlow Village 2nd 1, Thame Town 2nd 25.

Tom Smith took 5-14 as Horspath 2nd enjoyed an easy win at home to Long Marston 2nd.

Marston limped to 126-9 from their 52 overs, having been 28-7 after 21.

Tom Joyce (40no) was largely responsible for the fightback, but Matt O'Connor (68no) then helped knock off the runs in 29 overs for the loss of one wicket.

Horspath 2nd 25, Long Marston 2nd 2.

Bledlow Ridge 2nd did not mind being asked to bat by Oxford 3rd as they scored 217 before being bowled out.

David Wood (66) and Richard Dryden (51) scored more than half the runs between them, while Mark Sheehan took 4-58.

Dryden then took 7-56 as Oxford succumbed for 138.

Oxford 3rd 7, Bledlow Ridge 2nd 25/ The match between Wolverton Town 2nd and Stanton St John Willows was abandoned without a ball being bowled.

Wolverton Town 2nd 6, Stanton St John Willows 6