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Challow & Childrey beat Great & Little Tew by 34 runs to leapfrog their opponents and so claim the second promotion place in Division 2.
Bicester & North Oxford 2nd beat Wallingford in the showdown to decide the Division 5 title.
Tiddington 2nd are up after they collected the bonus points they needed in a draw at Sandford St Martin 2nd in Division 6.
Great & Little Tew and Challow & Childrey will meet on Saturday with the losers likely to miss out on a promotion place from Division 2 after both failed to win at the weekend.
Leighton Buzzard Town are the Division 3 champions after they beat Kingston Bagpuize by three wickets while Twyford were being held by Oxford 3rd.
Tiddington 2nd are favourites to join Division 6 champions Didcot in Division 5 next season after they thrashed Oxford 4th by 148 runs.
Horspath paceman Lee Mason took 5-22 to help bowl out Bletchley Town for 44 in Division 1 and take his side to their highest league placing.
Andrew Wingfield Digby rolled back the years to take 7-34 as Bicester & North Oxford 2nd took over at the top of Division 5 by beating Leighton Buzzard Town 2nd.
Oxford Downs 2nd played out for a draw to stay ahead of opponents Aston Rowant 2nd in the race for the second Division 4 promotion place.
Abingdon Vale 2nd could avoid relegation – despite failing to win all season.
Cumnor lost ground in the title race when they failed to take the final Oxford 2nd wicket – despite bowling 12 overs at the last pair.
A fine all-round display by Pierre Lefort was to no avail as Witney Mills suffered a two-wicket home defeat to strugglers Oxford 3rd.
Morning leaders Challow & Childrey slipped out of the promotion places in Division 2 after collecting only three points from a heavy defeat at Banbury 2nd.
Colin Allen (5-23) and Trevor Spindler (4-25) set up a nine-wicket win at Bledlow Ridge 2nd to maintain Wallingford's promotion push in Division 5.
Leaders Didcot and Horspath 2nd played out a thriller before their Division 6 match ended in a draw.
Challow & Childrey took a major step towards promotion by beating Tiddington and the wet weather to go top of the Division 2 table while their rivals were unable to play.
Banbury Twenty 2nd are now in a relegation battle after losing by ten wickets to fellow strugglers Kimble in Division 4.
Oxford 4th spinner Adam Leach took a hat-trick, but his side still lost at home to Wolverton Town 2nd in Division 6.
Didcot's procession to the title continued with their ninth win in the last ten starts, this time over Brackley.
Banbury Twenty 2nd had no answer to the bowling of Shannon Tubb, who took 9-21 to set up a nine-wicket win for leaders Great Brickhill.
Abingdon Vale have contested the result of their home match with Great & Little Tew, believing they were deprived of a draw by an umpires' ruling.
Oxford 3rd must have fancied their chances after making 232-8 against Leighton Buzzard, but it was not enough as the visitors raced to a four-wicket victory.
A cracking century from Nick Meadows was not enough to earn Challow & Childrey victory at Long Marston.
Seamers Will Eason and Lee Mason starred as Horspath inflicted a first defeat of the season on high-riding Buckingham Town.
Dinton were crowned Division 1 champions for the first time as the season reached a dramatic climax on Saturday.
Twyford beat Bledlow Village by four wickets to pip Wolverton to promotion from Division 3.
Oxford Downs 2nd will play in Division 3 for the first time after they beat relegated Shipton-under-Wychwood 2nd to clinch promotion from Division 4.
Horspath missed a golden chance to go top of Division 1 when they played out a low scoring draw at Dinton, who are now favourites to clinch their first title.
Oxford Downs 2nd eased past Banbury Twenty 2nd to close in on promotion from Division 4.
Bicester & North Oxford 2nd and Wallingford will meet at Chesterton to decide the destiny of the Division 5 title after both won at the weekend.
Martin Shepherd was undefeated on 98 as Kingston Bagpuize reached the 234-3 required to beat Buckingham Town 2nd and so allay their relegation fears in Division 3.
Aussie paceman Anthony Smith was too hot for Long Marston as Great & Little Tew maintained their unbeaten record and cemented their place at the top of Division 2.
Julian Hitchman took 6-50 as Didcot clinched the Division 6 title by beating Thame Town 2nd by 28 runs.
Richard Cook hit 106 as leaders Didcot went within one win of securing the title by beating Bourton Vale 2nd.
Shannon Tubb cracked an unbeaten 217 as Great Brickhill amassed a Cherwell League record score of 382-2 from 53 overs at home to Cropredy, who opted to field first!
Rob Garrett hit an impressive unbeaten 129 to set up Great & Little Tew's win at Hanborough which took them to the top of the table.
Cumnor missed a golden chance to overtake Dinton at the top of the Division 1 table despite beating their nearest rivals for the title.
Kingston Bagpuize are in severe relegation danger in Division 3 after they crashed to defeat at Oxford 3rd, who closed the gap on them at the foot of the table to only seven points.
The value of Shannon Tubb to champions elect Great Brickhill was demonstrated as he inspired his side's 84-run win over nearest rivals Oxford Downs 2nd in Division 4.
None of the matches in the top flight reached a conclusion, although Bletchley Town were in a decent position against high flying Cumnor before rain stopped play.
Witney Mills seamer Pierre Lefort took 8-28 to rip through Leighton Buzzard Town, who were rolled over for just 42 in Division 3.
Bottom club Abingdon Vale 2nd are still winless in Division 5 after crashing to a 24-run defeat at home to Bledlow Ridge 2nd.
Bicester & North Oxford finally got off the mark and secured their first win of the season at the expense of Shipton-under-Wychwood.
Wallingford stayed on course for promotion by overcoming Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd by eight wickets.
Witney Mills eased their relegation fears by squeezing past Buckingham Town 2nd, who now appear doomed.
The top-of-the-table clash between leaders Wallingford and second-placed Leighton Buzzard finished in a tense draw.
Oxfordshire Over 50s player Malcolm Evans rolled back the years with a match-winning innings for Cumnor 2nd against Shipton-under-Wychwood 2nd.
Runaway leaders Didcot stretched the gap at the top of the table to 43 points with an eight-wicket victory away to Sandford St Martin 2nd.
Jack Soppett took 8-70 for Banbury Twenty, but still ended on the losing side as Cumnor rallied to win by 34 runs in Division 1.
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