Oxford Downs were 101 runs behind with three wickets in hand yet managed to pull off a remarkable Division 1 victory at Shipton-under-Wychwood. The turnaround was hardest on Shipton spinner Dickon Morris, who took every Downs wicket to finish with 8-93, but still ended up on the losing side.

Dan Bishop (57) and Steve Bates (52) had taken the hosts to 216-9 from their 50 overs after being inserted.

Luke List took 5-63 for Downs, but when he came out to bat his team were deep in trouble on 115-7.

He then scored 46, adding 80 in 11 overs with skipper Wes Bartlett (55no), who sealed it with 12 off the first four balls of the final over.

Shipton-under-Wychwood 17pts, Oxford Downs 30.

Andrew Robertson displayed plenty of panache in scoring an unbeaten 112 at a run a ball as Cumnor outclassed Buckingham Town to win by 97 runs.

He enjoyed lengthy partnerships with opener James Neilson (54) and captain Geoff Walford, who plundered 67 not out from 36 balls.

Walford declared one over early on 303-3, which proved well beyond the visitors despite a valiant 11-over stand between last pair Ben Stafford and Jason Ell, which was ended by Carl Thompson (4-64).

Cumnor 30, Buckingham Tn 12.

Banbury Twenty seamer Keith Arnold (4-35) and spinner Steve Hart (4-68) had leaders Great & Little Tew in trouble on 100-8 before last man out Kevin Taylor (36) marshalled the tail to take Tew to a competitive 169.

Tasmanian quickie Anthony Smith took four wickets, but Mark Haupt (55no) scored quickly and Twenty got home by three wickets with 13 overs in hand.

Banbury XX 30, Great & Little Tew 14.

Banbury 2nd are now the only unbeaten side in the division, but they only just avoided defeat at home to Dinton. Put into bat, the visitors could muster only 156-9, Rob King top-scoring with 37, in the face of some tight bowling by Paul Hill (4-31) and Alex Blanchard (4-45).

But Scott Bowler then took 4-27 and Rodney Browne 3-42 as Banbury crawled to 145-9.

Banbury 2nd 7, Dinton 15.

Kalyanakrishna Doddapaneni took 3-20 in 16 overs as Bicester & North Oxford reduced Milton Keynes Park to 29-5 and then 88-8.

An unbroken ninth-wicket partnership of 50 involving James Clark and Mark Roberts hauled Park's final total up to 138-8.

Daryl Woods (44) took Bicester to 77-1, but victory was finally assured with two wickets and 21 balls to spare.

Bicester were deducted two points for their slow over rate.

Bicester & North Oxford 28, Milton Keynes Park 13.