A spirited unbeaten 87 by James Sprittles denied Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts a shock win over leaders Milton Keynes Park.

Matt Baggs had batted brilliantly to make exactly 100, while Tom Bilyard (70) also fared well as Nondies racked up 243-6 from their 52 overs after being put into bat.

All-rounder Ghufran Mohammed took 3-30 for Park and then scored 30, but James Holton took 4-12 and the visitors were left clinging on for a draw on 175-9.

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 17pts, Milton Keynes Park 8.

Bourton Vale put themselves right back in the promotion picture by easily beating Abingdon Vale and so leapfrog them in the table.

Bourton made the most of winning the toss and asking Abingdon to bat, bowling them out for a meagre 106.

Graham Newhook took 3-10 and William Davies 3-40 as none of the visitors' batsmen made a score of note.

Tom Arkle (39) then laid the platform for Bourton's reply, and although Nathan Conn took 3-43, Mark Whitney (42no) ensured they got home for the loss of four wickets.

Bourton Vale 25, Abingdon Vale 5.

Dinton are up to second after they won a match at Long Marston that was reduced by rain to 30 overs a side.

Left-arm spinner Rodney Browne took 4-36 as Marston were restricted to 143-9 after being put into bat. Harry Bowles top-scored with 52, while Mark Green made 34.

Lee Beesley then took 4-43 and Pete Toovey 3-59, but Rob King's 60 helped the visitors to reach 146-7.

Long Marston 9, Dinton 25.

Promotion chasers Challow & Childrey missed out on playing bottom club Leighton Buzzard Town due to heavy morning rain.

The match between Bledlow Ridge and Tiddington was also washed out, with each side receiving six points.