OXFORD’S stay at the top of the Division 1 table ended abruptly after a humiliating eight-wicket defeat at Henley.

The visitors, who won the toss, were dismissed for just 89 in the 34th over.

The hosts then wasted little time in passing their target, needing just 12 overs to get home as Oxford slipped from first to sixth.

Openers Robbie Eason and Tom Coleman shared a century partnership as Horspath beat bottom club Tring Park by 53 runs to go second.

Eason carried his bat for an unbeaten 84 off 168 balls after Horspath had been inserted.

Coleman (54) and James Fitzjohn (57) hit maiden league half-centuries before Tom Cosford blasted an unbeaten 33 off just 12 balls to take Horspath up to 265-4.

Skipper Will Eason (3-46) reduced Tring Park to 45-3, but half-centuries from Luke Coleman-Ohrynowsky (52) and Curran Gaur (50) kept the visitors’ hopes alive.

Former England Test paceman Ajmal Shahzad picked up 1-35 from 14 overs, before Cosford (2-17) bowled Gaur to clinch victory, with Tring 212 all out.

Banbury were forced to settle for a draw in their clash at home to Slough.

After opting to field, Banbury were set a target of 223-7 by their visitors, Richard West (3-68) the pick of the bowlers.

Lloyd Sabin (67) and Craig Haupt (47) shared a second-wicket stand of 69, but when they both fell, Banbury batted out for a draw on 189-7.

Great & Little Tew also had the worst of a draw at home to High Wycombe.

Their decision to bowl first looked the right one when they restricted their visitors to 89-4.

However, former Banbury batsman Nathan Hawkes then produced a superb innings of 111 as Wycombe posted 239-6 off their 64 overs.

Jancan Adams, Andy Harris and Joe Thomas each claimed two victims.

Tew struggled in reply, slipping to 54-4.

A fifth-wicket stand of 63 from Jordan Garrett (39) and Adams (31) gave them a glimmer of hope.

But when they both fell with the score on 117, Tew were forced to bat out for a draw.

GAMINDU Kanishka hit an excellent century but Thame Town fell three wickets short of claiming victory against visitors Harefield in Division 2.

The batsman hit a dozen fours and three sixes on the way to 105, before he was trapped lbw by Thomas Crick.

Kanishka put on 160 in a second-wicket partnership with Callum Russell (63) as the hosts set 265-8 in 58 overs.

Adam Phippen (3-24) and Hassam Mushtaq (3-78) made inroads, but Harefield held on for a draw, closing on 186-7.

Shipton-under-Wychwood’s struggles continued as they lost by seven wickets at Datchet.

After being reduced to 2-2, Anupam Sanklecha (110) and Craig Wood (52) steadied the ship with a 126-run stand.

But they were the only players to pass 20 in the visitors’ 200-7 from 58 overs.

Datchet never looked troubled, with Joseph Thomas steering them home in the 48th over to finish unbeaten on 103.

Aston Rowant slipped from first to third after losing at new leaders Amersham by five wickets.

Alex Jewell made 40 but the visitors were reduced to 77-7 before William Pendered’s 35 saw them limp to 138 all out.

Amersham’s batsmen all chipped in on the way to reaching their target in the 41st over.