Cotswold Hills League Division One leaders Elmley Castle were beaten at home by Leamington 3rd XI.

The visitors put Elmley Castle in to bat, with Neil Cooper seizing the initiative before falling agonisingly short of his half-century, being trapped lbw for 48, as his side posted 161 all out.

Third-placed Leamington's Cameron Mitchell did reach 50 before being dismissed but his innings set the foundations for the win, with the total reached in just over 43 overs.

Ashton-under-Hill came back from Norton Lindsey & Wolverton with eight bonus points after a narrow 12-run loss.

Chasing 169, opener Tom Watling's 55 put them in a good position but they ultimately fell short of the total.

In the Premier Division, sixth-placed Bretforton lost by four wickets to Overbury who occupy eighth spot.

A fine 65 from number nine batsman James Icke helped Bret post 160 all out, but Overbury captain Josh Colwell led the response with a half-century that brought his team the win inside 41 overs.

Only seven wickets fell in a day of toil for bowlers in Division Two as Moreton-in-Marsh overcame Kenilworth Wardens 3rd XI by five wickets.

Kenilworth's Mukund Raghavan carried his bat after reaching his century and Paul Smith hit 79 as they closed on 219-2.

Moreton's openers were superb in response, with Greg Stotesbury (82) and David Williams (55) helping the Cotswold side reach the target in double-quick time.

Fourth-placed Badsey enjoyed a three-wicket win over Leamington 4th XI and Temple Grafton also secured a victory against Stoneleigh.

In Division Three, Blockley openers Daniel Knight (75) Josh Vick (72) helped their second-placed side to a huge 173-run win over Long Itchington seconds.

Third-placed Mickleton's game was abandoned due to an injury to a player and Broadway fell to defeat at Ashorne and Moreton Morrell.

Bidford-on-Avon are still leading the way in Division Four despite a 45-run away defeat at Claverdon.

A half-century from Ryan Dixon wasn't enough for struggling Fladbury who lost by 56 runs to Leek Wootton seconds.