Oxfordshire Over 50s player Malcolm Evans rolled back the years with a match-winning innings for Cumnor 2nd against Shipton-under-Wychwood 2nd.

Evans struck 88 as Cumnor reached their target of 218 for the loss of seven wickets, six of them falling to Simon Dickens (6-69).

Earlier, Andy Thompson (63) and Justin Hemming (60) had shone with the bat for Shipton.

Cumnor 2nd 25pts, Shipton 11.

Leaders Great Brickhill maintained their unbeaten record with a four-wicket victory over Aston Rowant 2nd.

Paul Plumridge (49) top-scored in Rowant’s 171, which was not enough as Great Brickhill got home with solid contributions down the order.

Great Brickhill 25, Aston Rowant 9.

Kimble and Stokenchurch tied in a dramatic finish.

Sam Agace made 42 as Kimble were bowled out for 104 and then starred with ball in the Stokenchurch reply.

It all came down to the final over with the home side needing five to win with their last pair at the crease. A four came off the first ball to level the scores, but Agace dismissed the last man caught behind to clinch a tie. He finished with 5-22.

Stokenchurch 15, Kimble 15.

The two other games were rain-affected.

Oxford Downs 2nd were 130-6 chasing Cropredy’s 270-6 dec, in which Matt Dyer top-scored with 77. Calum Taylor was going strong for Downs with 72.

Cropredy 14, Oxford Downs 2nd 7.

Princes Risborough had reached 147-7 in reply to Banbury Twenty 2nd's 165 when the rain came.

Risborough 10, Banbury XX 11.