Abingdon Vale made the most of winning the toss on a wet Hales Meadow wicket to dismiss Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts for just 94 in Division 2.

Seamers Ben Humpage (6-35) and Mike Cook (4-55) exploited the conditions to take all ten wickets between them.

Vale took 37.5 overs to reach their meagre target and did so for the loss of four wickets to leave Nondies in real relegation trouble.

Abingdon Vale 25pts, Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 4

Ashley Smith hit 83 as Dinton posted 210-9 at Tiddington, for whom Matt Maule took 4-59 and Jon Talbot 3-51.

John Mackie's 58 and Talbot's 41 gave the visitors hope of victory, but spinners Rodney Browne (4-38) and Richard Scott (3-59) left them hanging on at 172-8.

Dinton 15, Tiddington 10

Bledlow Ridge climbed off the foot of the table after overcoming Long Marston and the weather to win with one ball to spare.

Chasing 196, Ridge saw their innings reduced to 40 overs by rain.

But Martin Middleton's 90 and Dave Roberts' 47 not out saw them to 199-7 off the penultimate delivery.

Earlier Mick Lyons (57), Harry Bowles (30) and Mark Green (44) had batted well for Marston, while Roberts took 4-61.

Bledlow Ridge 25, Long Marston 10

Milton Keynes Park are the new leaders, but only after they struggled to chase 102 to beat Leighton Buzzard Town, who slip to the bottom.

Ghufran Mohammed took 6-31 for Park as none of the Town batsmen could get a start.

John Ward (39) then hit the highest score of the match as Park reached 104-7 despite the best efforts of Adam Culley (3-29).

Leighton Buzzard Town 8, Milton Keynes Park 25

The match between Bourton Vale and morning leaders Challow & Childrey was called off as the wicket was too wet.

Bourton Vale 6, Challow & Childrey 6