Premier Division

Ashtead have guaranteed their place in the Premier Division of the Surrey Championship thanks to Saturday’s 65-run win over bottom club Beddington.

Danny Miller top scored on 65 as Ashtead carded 215-7 off their 50 overs – a target that was never in danger as Beddington were all out for 150.

The result also condemned Beddington to relegation into Division One.

Ashtead host Wimbledon this weekend, while Beddinton, who have won just once all season, entertain Weybridge.

Sutton have been dragged back into the relegation scrap after a 57-run defeat at fellow strugglers East Molesey.

Sutton’s bowling attack shared the wickets as the hosts set a target of 181 for victory – however, at 10-4 Sutton’s batting attack was in disarray and need Gary Outram (46*) to steady a very rocky ship.

Despite Outram’s best efforts, Sutton were back in the dressing room for 123.

With three games to play, Dan Edwards’ team is just six points above the relegation places.

Any hopes Wimbledon harboured of topping the Premier Division are over after they could not topple leaders Sunbury at the weekend.

Having elected to bat, Wimbledon carded 153 – thanks in no small part to Niall Solomon’s unbeaten 44 at number nine.

The hosts ticked off the runs in the 38th over, with seven wickets down.

Wimbledon, now 63 points off the top with three games left, go to Ashtead this weekend.

Division One

Tyler Meyer took 6-26 as Banstead beat Chipstead Coulsdon & Walcountians by five wickets on Saturday to keep the pressure on the leading pack of the Division One table.

Meyer’s career best figures restricted Chipstead to 169, and Banstead were home and hosed in the 38th over – thanks mostly to a 65-run opening stand between Thomas Lancefield (57) and Dan Newton (37).

Banstead, 48 points off the top two, go to leaders Valley End this weekend.

Jack Baker (118) and Michael Dawes (5-51) were the stars of the show as Leatherhead virtually condemned Old Rutlishians to relegation with a 26-run win.

Baker’s knock guided the hosts to 263 all out, and Dawes’ attack kept Old Ruts on the back foot for 237 all out.

Leatherhead, who are gunning for a top four finish, go to Malden Wanderers on Saturday.

Old Rutlishians are 56 points from safety with only 60 left to play for - starting this weekend at title-chasing Cranleigh.

It was a close-run thing, but Old Whitgiftians’ two-run win at Walton on Thames took them closer to another season in Division One.

After hitting 180-7 off their 50 overs, the Old Boys’ Dan Newton took 3-28 off 10 overs to help smother the hosts’ attack and leave them on 178.

Old Whitgiftians go to struggling Spencer this weekend.

As for Spencer, they were no match for title-chasing Cranleigh last weekend, going down by seven wickets.

Openers Aymun Ali and Saqib Malik put on 31 for the first wicket, but then Spencer crashed to 93 all out – a target Cranleigh gobbled up inside 19 overs.

Spencer are now just two points above the dropzone.

Division Two

Richard Rawlings (61) and Charlie O’Brien (88) put on 163 for the first wicket, but they could not prevent Bank of England from going down by 21 runs at home to promotion-chasing Farnham.

The visitors carded 247-6, but despite the openers’ heroics, BoE were skittled for 226.

It leaves them just two points above the Division Two relegation places ahead of this weekend’s visit of champions elect Camberley.

Adrian Jones (76) and Simon Rivers (53) hit half-centuries, but Epsom still lost by 20 runs at Esher on Saturday.

However, despite the defeat they remain in the top two with three games remaining.

Esher hit 278 off their 50 overs, and despite the Epsom duo’s heroics, the visitors came up short on 258.

This weekend, Epsom are at Dulwich.

Purley’s five-wicket defeat at home to Egham on Saturday leaves them 59 points from safety in Division Two with only 60 points left on the table.

Purley were skittled for just 80 in 27 overs, and Egham were heading home after 21 overs.

They go to promotion hopefuls Farnham this weekend.

Worcester Park are in with a shout of making promotion after a surprise 28-run win over champions elect Camberley on Saturday.

Rob Hill (116) and Danny Palmer (58) put 149 on for the third wicket as Park carded 242 off their 50 overs.

With the ball, Umar Ahmed took 4-27 as Camberley staggered to 214-9.

Park, in fourth and 17 points off the top two, travel to Esher this weekend.