Marc Milligan took 5-49 as Oxford Downs dismissed Great & Little Tew for 95 in Division 1 on Saturday, but they were denied victory by the weather.

Only Steve Murrey's unbeaten 35 stood between Tew and an even lower score, as Tom Crouch also bowled well to finish with figures of 3-33.

With rain clouds gathering Downs got off to a good start, but when they had reached 37-1 after 6.4 overs, a heavy downpour put paid to any further action.

Great Tew 10pts, Oxford Downs 10.

Twice this season, Banbury 2nd have won when all the other sides have seen their games abandoned, and they nearly pulled off an unlikely hat-trick at Milton Keynes Park. The visitors bowled out their opponents for just 120. Off-spinner Jimmy Phillips was the main destroyer, taking 4-22, while seamer Ed Smith bagged a handy 3-36.

Skipper Graham Simpson was Park's top scorer with 39 showed any form in difficult batting conditions.

Despite struggling to 26-1 from 13.3 overs, Banbury were 26-1 from 13.3 overs when rain stopped play.

Milton Keynes 10, Banbury 2nd 10.

Dinton had managed 36-2 from 14 overs at Shipton-under-Wychwood when play was halted by the weather.

The matches between Cumnor and Bicester & North Oxford, and Buckingham Town and Banbury Twenty did not start. All six sides collect ten points.