Matt O'Connor hit a superb 99 for Horspath 2nd and his disappointment at missing out on his ton would have been tempered by his side's four-wicket win at leaders Wallingford.

Put in, the home side were restricted to 162-7, in which Ali Damirchi top-scored with 46 and Stuart Berry took 3-40.

Warren Ainsworth (3-38) and Colin Allen (3-61) made life tough for the visitors, but they reached 163-6 in the 47th over.

Wallingford 9pts, Horspath 2nd 25.

Gary Porter rolled back the years to take 5-69 as Thame Town 2nd bowled out Bledlow Ridge 2nd for 182.

Steve Beard (54) and Tom Collis (32no) took Town to 183-6.

Bledlow Ridge 2nd 9, Thame 2nd 25.

Geoff Graveson (74) and John Roberts (57) enabled Long Marston 2nd to post 201-8 at Stanton St John Willows.

In reply, the hosts were in the game at 102-3 after 31 overs, but Simon Bound (4-26) triggered a collapse and although the final pair of Pete Davenport and Daniel Todd held out for 11 overs, the final wicket fell with seven minutes remaining and the score on and they were all out for 155.

Willows 5, Long Marston 2nd 25.

Oxford 3rd were frustrated by Bourton Vale 2nd's final pair, who clung on for a draw after their side were outplayed all afternoon.

Oxford amassed 269-7 from their 52 overs after being inserted, which Vale got nowhere near as they closed on 191-9.

Bourton Vale 2nd 10, Oxford 3rd 17.

Andy Amos took 4-42 for Wolverton Town 2nd, who bowled out Bledlow Village 2nd for 125.

Town suffered few scares in making 126-5.

Wolverton 2nd 25, Bledlow 2nd 6.