Premier Division

Oliver Swann (125) and Ryan Patel (107*) were the stars of the show as Wimbledon thumped Ashtead by 166 runs to climb to fifth in the Premier Division of the Surrey Championship.

After electing to bat, Wimbledon’s opening pair of Swann and Nicholas Welch (62) put on 118 before Swann and Patel took the total to 287 en route to 329-2 declared.

With the ball in hand, James Johnston led the way taking 3-26 as Ashtead crumbled to 163 all out their only highlight being a half-century knock from Stewart Cameron (52).

This weekend Wimbledon can put some pressure on the table leaders if they pick up maximum points at Guildford, while Ashtead host Normandy.

There was little Beddington could do to stop Weybridge’s assault on the Premier Division title on Saturday as they went down by 150 runs.

After being set 310 to win, Beddington’s Kyle Moolman (63) was the only one to offer some resistance before they were skittled for 159.

The result leaves Beddington, who go to second placed Reigate Priory this weekend, rooted the foot of the table, 36 points from safety.

David Mitchell took 4-68 and Kelvin Smith hit an unbeaten 106 as Sutton beat Guildford by three wickets and opened a 31-point gap between themselves and the Premier Division drop zone.

After putting their hosts into bat, Sutton restricted them to 261-9 off 66 overs. Smith’s century knock, and Daniel Douthwaite’s half-century (54) at number eight, saw Sutton home. Life may be tougher this weekend when they host leaders Sunbury at Gander Green Lane.

Division One

There was to be no upset at Banstead on Saturday in Division One after seemingly promotion-bound Valley End ran away with a 170-run win.

However, despite the disappointing result, there will be more disappointment at a batting line-up that could only muster 82 runs in reply to Valley End’s 252.

The result leaves Banstead fourth in the table ahead of Saturday’s trip to leaders Cranleigh.

Leatherhead missed the opportunity to climb to fourth in Division One after picking up only a winning draw at home against relegation threatened Malden Wanderers.

Having elected to pick up the willow, Leatherhead’s Matt Joblin (58) top scored en route to totalling 240-9 off 66 overs.

But the visitors frustrated Leatherhead’s bowling attack and ended on 132-7 after 59 overs. Leatherhead, in sixth, go to third placed Old Whitgiftians on Saturday.

Old Rutlishians are without a win in Division One since May 14, and Saturday’s 124-run defeat at leaders Cranleigh leaves them bottom of the table, 38 points from safety.

Old Ruts put their hosts into bat and they racked up 289-5 declared – a target that was never in sight as the visitors finished on 165 all out.

This weekend they host second-from-bottom Malden Wanderers.

Spencer have opened a 22-point gap between themselves and the bottom two in Division One, thanks to a notable 87-run win at promotion-chasing Old Whitgiftians.

Saqib Malik (65) and Shah Hassan Khan (67) fired Spencer to 278 – despite the best efforts of Mo Raza (5-90).

In reply, the Old Boys – apart from Talha Mumtaz (115) struggled against Max Scarr (4-26) and Gus Atkinson (3-36), ending on 191 all out.

Spencer host Chipstead Coulsdon & Walcountians this weekend, Old Whitgiftians host Leatherhead.

Division Two

Bank of England could not stop Camberley’s unbeaten cricketers notching up their 11th win of the season and opening a 94-point gap at the top of Division Two.

Damon Ridgway hit 62 as BoE carded 197, but it was never enough and Camberley were home and hosed in the 41st over.

BoE, second from bottom, host Esher this weekend.

A disappointing batting performance denied Epsom a place in the top two of Division Two, following an eight-wicket defeat at home to Dulwich on Saturday.

Godfrey Stevens (55) top scored as Epsom could only muster 133 – having reached 86-2.

Dulwich made short work of the target, leaving Epsom, who host bottom club Purley this weekend, 14 points off the top two in third.

Life in Division Two remains unpleasant for Purley after an eight-wicket defeat at home to Farnham left them bottom of the table, 42 points off safety.

Purley, who are without a win this season, were skittled for 124 and Farnham picked up all the points inside 32 overs. Purley go to Epsom on Saturday.

Worcester Park’s top and middle order all got into double figures on Saturday, but it was not enough to force a Division Two victory at home over Esher, just a winning draw.

Waqas Sagar (50) led the way as Park carded 237-8 declared, but Esher frustrated their hosts blocking out for 112-9 off 45 overs.

Park travel to Dulwich this weekend.