Veteran Trevor Spindler, the league's leading wicket-taker last season, could well hang on to that honour again this year after yet another five-wicket haul for Wallingford.

The left-armer returned 5-38 to keep his side top of the table with a 100-run victory over Long Marston 2nd.

Tom Wigley's 79 was the backbone behind Wallingford's 243, Martin Keable taking 4-58. Long Marston were dismissed for just 143, only Richard Adams providing much resistance with 56.

L Marston 2nd 7pts, Wallingford 25.

Thame 2nd stay hard on the leaders' heels after inflcting a ninth defeat on Stanton St John Willows.

The basement boys were all out for 115 as Nigel Felicien (4-26) and Richard Carr (4-30) ran through the batting, Thame cruising to 116-2 led by Steve Chown's 48 not out.

Thame 2nd 25, Willows 2.

A spell of 5-42 by Dave Heritage set up Horspath 2nd's seven-wicket win over Wolverton 2nd, who were all out for 161.

Horspath cruised to 164-3 as Matt O'Connor top-scored with 53.

Horspath 2nd 25, Wolverton 2nd 6.

John Finch spun Oxford 3rd to victory by four wickets at Bledlow Village 2nd. He took 6-20 as the home side were dismissed for 181, Steve Williams making 61.

Mark Sheehan's 60 helped Oxford to 182-6.

Bledlow Village 2nd 9, Oxford 3rd 25.

Bourton Vale 2nd edged to 171 against Bledlow Ridge 2nd, Richard Dryden taking 5-58, but it was never enough as Henry Hale (64no) and Conor Taylor (54) saw Ridge home by seven wickets.

Bourton Vale 2nd 6, Bledlow Ridge 2nd 25.