Banbury Twenty 2nd are back on course for promotion from Division 4 after they beat Buckingham Town 2nd by five wickets and so leapfrog them into the top two.

Ifran Mahmood (3-22), Mike Wedderburn (3-36) and Phil Densham (3-26) combined to dismiss Town for 111.

Wedderburn then hit 31 as Twenty cruised home.

Buckingham Town 2nd 6pts, Banbury Twenty 2nd 25

Oxford Downs 2nd look set for a mid-table finish after they let Princes Risborough score a few too many runs at Standlake.

Adam Morton hit 69 in Risborough's 212-6, while the home side made 189-8.

Paddy Daniel hit 59, Calum Taylor 44 and Tom Crouch 48, but Paul Green took 5-51 to restrict Downs.

Oxford Downs 2nd 8,Princes Risborough 15

Challow & Childrey 2nd enjoyed only their second win of the season at Shipton-under-Wych- wood 2nd, but it looks too little too late to stave off the drop.

Duncan Wooloff took 5-28 as Shipton were bowled out for 131, of which Simon Dickens scored 31.

Nigel Hume then hit 64 and Owen Dimbylow 51 as the visitors suffered few alarms in reaching 135-3.

Shipton-under-Wychwood 2nd 5, Challow & Childrey 2nd 25

Leaders Twyford thrashed Kimble by 127 runs.

Henry Colver (76) starred in Twyford's 224-6 dec, Daniel Bull taking 4-55.

Andrew Cook then claimed 3-10 in nine overs as the visitors were soon all out for 97.

Twyford 25, Kimble 2

Outstanding individual performances by Paul Maddock, who hit 106 not out, and Stefan Read, who took 6-10, helped Stokenchurch secure a 110-run victory at Chearsley.

Karl Penhale (54) and Arshad Latif (44) also batted well as the visitors declared after 42 overs on 255-4.

Read then ran through the home side as they collapsed to 145 all out.

Chearsley 3, Stokenchurch 25