Great Brickhill moved within three points of Cherwell League Divivion 1 leaders Thame Town with a comfortable five wicket romp over Tiddington.
James Clark and Iqbal John made light work of the visiting batsmen, with Clark taking 5-45, and John 3-45 as Tiddington were all out for 126.
The reply was swift, with opener Mark Nelson getting the home side off to a firm start with 40, while Doug Aris chipped in with 34 as Brickhill (128-5) cruised to victory.
With Thame’s draw against Long Marston, Brickhill are now just three points adrift of top spot at the halfway stage.
Graeme Carter’s men play Leighton Buzzard next Saturday.