Calum Taylor hit a fine unbeaten 115 for Oxford Downs 2nd at Princes Risborough, but his bowlers were unable to back him up as the Division 4 match ended in a tame draw.

Taylor received good support from Paddy Daniel (39) as Downs closed on 244-7.

Risborough were never in the hunt, although Adam Morton's 48 helped take them to safety on 193-6.

Princes Risborough 9pts, Oxford Downs 2nd 14

Challow & Childrey 2nd's decision to bat first backfired when they were all out for 143 at home to Shipton- under-Wychwood 2nd.

Only Stephen Pritchard (68) could get going against Steven Carvey (3-43) and Sam Jones (3-19).

Shipton lost a couple of early wickets before Tim Wilford (51no) and Paul Jennings (41no) took them to an eight-wicket win.

Challow & Childrey 4, Shipton-under-Wychwood 25

Barry Grant's pugnacious 90 was the mainstay of Banbury Twenty 2nd's ultimately useful 170-9 at home to Buckingham Town.

Graham Judd took 4-29 for the visitors, who then struggled against the pace of Mike Wedderburn (5-20) before being all out for 117.

Banbury Twenty 2nd 25, Buckingham Town 2nd 5

Stokenchurch saw off Chearsley by ten wickets before tea in a one-sided affair.

Eshan Ul Haq (3-18) and Arshad Latif (3-12) helped decimate the visitors' batting line-up, bowling them out for 85.

Latif then bludgeoned a quick-fire 67 not out from 31 balls as Stokenchurch raced to 90 without loss in 10.1 overs for the most emphatic of victories.

Stokenchurch 25, Chearsley 0

Sam Agace top-scored with 38 and then took 4-47 but could not prevent his Kimble side slipping to a four-wicket defeat at home to Twyford.

Kimble were bowled out for 120, Jason Heslington taking 3-31, before Tanveer Nadeem hit 38 as the visitors reached 121-6.

Kimble 7, Twyford 25