Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts are Division 3 champions, and only bottom club Chearsley stand between them and the remarkable record of winning every match they have played this season.

Win No 13 out of 13 came at home to Cropredy after Nondies chose to bat and posted 200-9.

Matt Baggs (51), Mark Strong (50) and Tom Bilyard (43) all batted well, while Josh Deegan took 5-78 and Edward Somerton 4-26.

Strong then took 4-24 as the visitors were dismissed for 110.

Ox & Bletch Nondies 30pts, Cropredy 13.

Long Marston will finish second after amassing 314-6 on their way to victory over third-placed Cumnor 2nd.

Mike Lyons hit 98 and Martin Wright was 106 not out when Marston declared after 47 overs.

Tim Johnson hit a defiant 39, but Cumnor were bowled out for 174 in the 25th over.

Cumnor 2nd 13, Long Marston 30.

Jim Howe hit 135 as Sandford St Martin racked up 341-5 at home to Witney Mills.

He added 102 with Richard Murrey (49), 71 with Kevin Nicholls (45) and 131 with Phil Paterson (52no).

Pete Claridge (94no) and Steve Kelly (47no) then enjoyed an unbroken 140 run third-wicket partnership as Mills settled for a draw on 214-2.

Sandford St M 12, Witney Mills 14.

Leg-spinner Matthew Busby took 4-48 and Paul Rose 3-45 as Hanborough bowled out Dinton 2nd for 184.

Michael Higgs (48) batted well for the visitors, who took seven wickets after tea, but were powerless to stop Rob Lovick (54no) taking his side to victory.

Hanborough 30, Dinton 2nd 15.

Kimble beat Chearsley by 22 runs to condemn their fellow strugglers to a bottom place finish.

Tony Skeggs's 38 helped the home side to 196-8, then Sam Agace took 4-57 as the visitors fell for 174.

Kimble 30, Chearsley 15.