Bicester & North Oxford seamers Steve West (6-53) and Kalyanakrishna Doddapaneni (3-28) joined forces to dismiss Great & Little Tew for just 96 in 29 overs in Saturday's Division 1 game.

Tew had chosen to field first and held their visitors to 174-9. Darryl Woods top-scored with 68, while Tasmanian Anthony Smith took 4-43 and Steve Murrey 3-53.

But the target proved well beyond Tew, who won their first two games in the top flight, but have since lost three in a row.

Great & Little Tew 6pts, Bicester & North Oxford 30.

Tom Crouch took 5-62 to set up a five wicket win for Oxford Downs over Banbury 2nd and take his side up to second in the table.

Put into bat, Banbury struggled to find any fluency until Alex Blanchard hit an unbeaten 35 to take the visitors to 180 all out.

Paul Hill (3-61) then made early inroads into the Downs batting line up, but skipper Wes Bartlett (62no) and Jamie Perkin (61no) ensured there were no further alarms.

Oxford Downs 30, Banbury 2nd 13.

Mark Haupt crashed 106 and John Wright 103 as Banbury Twenty racked up an impressive 268-3 at Dinton.

Faisal Khalid then took 5-46 as the home side crumbled to 157 all out, with only Kelvin Ripley (35) and Rodney Browne (31) putting up much resistance.

Dinton 9, Banbury Twenty 30.

Graham Scott's 102 for Cumnor at Milton Keynes Park was an innings of two halves.

The first 50 came in a watchful 28 overs and the rest taking just ten more.

Park's woes started when skipper Graham Simpson went off with a slipped a disc in the third over, and worsened when all rounder Stuart Cooper sustained a hip injury.

Andrew Robertson worked the ball around for 56, while James Clark took 6-100 before Cumnor declared on 260-8.

Five bowlers then took wickets as the Park batsmen were winkled out for 125.

Milton Keynes Park 13, Cumnor 30.

Shipton-under-Wychwood were on the receiving end of a stunning all-round display from Kiwi Jimad Khan at Buckingham Town. Khan took 5-39 from 11 overs in Shipton's 200-9, in which opener Paul Hemming top-scored with 85.

He then hit 92 as Town cruised to a five wicket win with ten overs to spare.

Captain Rob Large also batted well for his 56, which helped take Buckingham top of the table.

Buckingham Town 30, Shipton-under-Wychwood 14