ADAM Mould hit a magnificent 107 to take his Bledlow Village side to victory over Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd and the Division 5 championship.

Nondies piled up 238-5, with Scott Horman (85) and Pablo Mukherjee (47no) to the fore, but Mould and Graham Keens (53) took the visitors to 242-3.

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondies 2nd 13pts, Bledlow Village 30

Stokenchurch finished runners-up after they overcame traffic problems and Stanton St John Willows.

Delayed by the Green Road roundabout roadworks, Stokenchurch forfeited the toss and were put in, Paul Maddock (92no) and Elliot Newman (59) enabling a declaration on 225-5.

Hasnain Raza then took 6-46 as Willows were dismissed for 150 to finish the season without a win.

Stanton St John Willows 3, Stokenchurch 30

Banbury 3rd's final pair clung on to avoid defeat at home to deadly rivals Banbury Twenty 2nd.

After being invited to bat, Twenty had scored 203-7 thanks to Brian Griffiths (48) and Phil Densham (42no).

Jonti Cooke then hit 51 and Julian Briggs 42 for Banbury, but John O'Keefe's 4-56 left them hanging on at 179-9.

Banbury 3rd 6, Banbury XX 2nd 18

Andrew Levick was frustratingly left stranded on 99 not out as his Aston Rowant 2nd side easily beat Thame Town 2nd.

Thame had been indebted to Gary Porter's 60 as they closed on 188-7, before Levick led his side to a seven-wicket win.

Thame 2nd 11, Aston Rowant 2nd 30

Milton Keynes Park 2nd conceded their match at Shipton 2nd as they were unable to raise a side.

Shipton 2nd 30, MK Park 2nd 0