Kieran Lampard’s century helped New Bradwell beat league leaders Biddenham.
Lampard scored 127, with fellow opener Charlie Maw scoring 52, as New Bradwell were bowled out for 271.
After making a strong start, bowler James McMillan found his feet and began to tear through the order.
He finished with figures of 5-37, ably assisted by Chris Wade (4-43) as Biddenham were bowled out for 145 and a 126 run defeat.
A half century for Olney’s Jack Watson (56) couldn’t help his side past Aspley Guise.
Olney set 247-7 (Matthew Funge 5-53) but Aspley Guise dug in with Chris Beales Jnr (79 not out) and David Quick (50) batting well on the way to 215-8.
Milton Keynes (271-8) dominated against Thurleigh, skittling them for 157.