THE lowest scorers were Stanton St John Willows, who condemned themselves to finish bottom of Division 5 by being bowled out for 64 at Shipton-under-Wychwood 2nd.

Chris Morgan (4-25) and Steven Carvey (4-32) did the damage.

The hosts needed only 11.5 overs to score the winning runs with two wickets down.

Shipton-under-Wychwood 2nd 30pts, Stanton St John Willows 4

Banbury 3rd were one of three sides bowled out for less than 100.

Bledlow Village's James Shirley (4-38) and Andy Witney (3-28) had the upper hand over all the Banbury batsmen except Ali Jarvis, who managed 45 in his side's total of 95 all out.

Harry Moseley (46no) then took Bledlow to 97-5.

Banbury 3rd 8, Bledlow Village 30

James Hawthorne took 5-32 and Graham Frankland 4-20 as Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd dismissed Milton Keynes Park 2nd for just 85.

The target was passed with ease inside 25 overs, with Mitch Gibbons hitting 34 not out.

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondies 2nd 30, Milton Keynes Park 2nd 6

Brian Griffiths's 45 gave Banbury Twenty 2nd's score of 129-8 a modicum of respectability at home to Aston Rowant 2nd.

Rowant lost seven overs of their reply to rain, but got home for the loss of eight wickets. Dave Brooks hit 41.

Banbury Twenty 2nd 13, Aston Rowant 2nd 30

Stokenchurch were easily the day's highest scorers in the division, racking up 213-9 after being asked to bat first by Thame Town 2nd.

Thame were never really in the hunt in reply and finally succumbed for 148.

Thame Town 2nd 7, Stokenchurch 30