Premier Division

Sutton need to win their final match of the Surrey Championship Premier Division season at Weybridge this weekend, and hope that East Molesey slip up at home to relegated Beddington, if they are to avoid relegation.

Last weekend’s six-wicket defeat at home to Normandy, despite half-century knocks from Jamie Smith (51) and Mike Nicol (50), saw Sutton drop into the bottom two replacing East Molesey, who are now 12 points clear.

Ashtead were no match for Reigate Priory - the challengers to the Premier Division crown - going down by nine wickets on Saturday.

Ashtead posted 235, Rhodri James top scoring on 48, before Reigate, who are 15 points off the top with one game left, ticked off the runs in the 28th over.

Ashtead end their season at Guildford.

Beddington could not stop Sunbury’s charge to the title after a five-wicket defeat on Saturday.

Having been put into bat, Beddington reached 146, a target that Sunbury ticked off inside 38 overs. Beddington, who have already been relegated, end their season at East Molesey this weekend.

Matt Spriegel hit a half-century (51) and then took 3-31, allied with Matthew Pillans’ 3-19, as Wimbledon beat Weybridge by 85 runs in the penultimate match of the season.

Wimbledon can finish in fourth if they beat Normandy this weekend.

Division One

Dan Newton (118) and Freddie van den Bergh (105) ensured that Banstead took the First Division bragging rights off neighbours Leatherhead in a dead rubber 158-run win on Saturday.

Neither side can win promotion or will suffer relegation, but it was Banstead who showed the most heart, posting 281-5 off 50 overs.

In reply, Leatherhead’s Marcus Dawes (41*) top scored in stuttering run chase that was all over in the 38th over.

This weekend, Banstead’s season ends with a visit from Walton on Thames, while Leatherhead host Spencer.

They may already be relegated, but Old Rutlishians gave Division One title contenders Valley End a run for their money on Saturday, losing by just 21 runs.

Alex Barnicott took 4-50 as Valley End carded 258-9 before an opening stand of 128 between Matt Vandepeer (81) and George Berrington (58) had the visitors on nervous ground.

However, there was to be no surprise as the Old Boys crumbled thereafter to 237 all out.

They bring the curtain down on a miserable season this weekend with a trip to Chipstead Coulsdon & Walcountians.

Talha Mumtaz hit a half-century (55), but he could not stop Old Whitgiftians slipping to a six-wicket defeat at home to Division One title contenders Cranleigh.

Having carded 182, the Old Boys’ Harshil Patel then took 4-45, but Cranleigh were done in 27 overs.

They host Valley End this weekend.

Spencer’s battle to stay in Division One will go to the final game of the season.

A 12-run win over Walton on Thames on Saturday, where Ali Jaffer top scored with 36, keeps Spencer on the same points as Malden Wanderers, but one place below them in the relegation places by virtue of having fewer losing draws.

The season ends at Leatherhead, who have nothing to play for, while Malden go to title-chasing Cranleigh.

Division Two

Bank of England must beat promotion-chasing Epsom this weekend and hope that Egham slip up at Worcester Park if they are to avoid relegation out of Division Two.

Saturday’s four-run defeat at Egham saw the two sides swap places and BoE drop into the bottom two.

Epsom needed to beat Chessington on Saturday to keep themselves firmly in the hunt for promotion.

However, a three-wicket defeat at the Francis Schnadhorst Memorial Ground means they go into the final fixture at home to relegation-threatened Bank of England needing to win and hoping that both Esher and Farnham slip up.

With one match remaining, Worcester Park have an outside chance of breaking into the final promotion spot in Division Two.

Last weekend’s 23-run win at Farnham, thanks in no small part to Rob Waite (86) and Jonathan Faller-Fritsch (4-34), means Park are 16 points off second place.

They need to beat Egham, and hope that Esher, Farnham and Epsom all slip up.

Relegated Purley lost by eight wickets at Camberley.