The top-of-the-table clash between leaders Wallingford and second-placed Leighton Buzzard finished in a tense draw.

Wallingford felt confident enough to declare on 210-9 after 52.5 overs, Lee Ains-worth scoring 67.

Chris Thompson led the home reply with 43, but veteran left-armer Trevor Spindler kept plugging away with 4-49 as they fell 20 runs short on 190-8.

Leighton Buzzard 10pts, Wallingford 15.

Chearsley openers Russell Haynes and Neil Davis made short work of Challow & Childrey 2nd’s total of 164 in which Nick Babington took 4-31.

Haynes hit an unbeaten 108 and Davies 52 not out as Chearsley cruised home by ten wickets.

Challow 2nd 2, Chearsley 25.

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd just got the better of Abingdon Vale 2nd by one wicket.

Sam White claimed 6-55 as Abingdon were bowled out for 141, but Altamash Pervez (4-32) made Nondies fight for the points.

Abingdon 2nd 11, Oxford & Bletch 2nd 25.

Great & Little Tew 2nd held out for a draw away to Bicester & North Oxford 2nd, who made 196-6 after batting first.

Dave Freeman led Tew’s reply with 49, but wickets fell at regular intervals and they were forced to settle for a draw on 167-9.

Bicester & NO 2nd 15, Great & Little Tew 2nd 8.

Bledlow Ridge 2nd could muster only 151 away to Banbury 3rd as Andrew Proctor captured 4-30.

Sam Ryan (88) ensured a comfortable victory for Banbury.

Banbury 3rd 25, Bledlow Ridge 4