Premier Division

Wimbledon finished their Surrey Championship Premier Division campaign in fourth place after a final day six-wicket home win over Normandy.

Matthew Pillans took 6-25 off 10 overs to restrict the visitors to 156, before Ryan Patel (57) and James Johnston (42*) saw Wimbledon over the line.

The title decider between Reigate Priory and Sunbury ended in disappointment after it was abandoned because of rain, handing top spot to Sunbury.

Meanwhile, Sutton have been relegated to Division One despite ending on a winning note at Weybridge on Saturday – it was all in vain because East Molesey beat Beddington to stay 12 points clear of Sutton.

It looked as if Sutton would finish a poor season on a losing note when they were set 308 to win, but Jamie Smith (91*) kept hopes alive and when the rain came with Sutton on 122, it was enough to claim victory by Duckworth Lewis.

Already relegated Beddington ended the season with defeat number 16 out of 18 – going down by seven wickets at East Molesey.

Ashtead’s final match at Guildford was abandoned.

Division One

Banstead finished third in Division One after winning a rain-affected season finale at home to Walton on Thames.

The visitors posted 221 – Nathan Ellis’ 4-51 were the standout figures – and Banstead were on 116-3 when the rain came.

Spencer avoided relegation to Division Two after a last-day rain-affected win at Leatherhead, who finished fourth in the table.

Leatherhead’s Adan Dyson took 5-33 as Spencer posted 209 all out.

In reply, Spencer’s Jonathan Speller had 3-25 under his belt before the rain came with Leatherhead on 88-6.

Defeats for Malden Wanderers and Walton on Thames left Spencer 19 points above the dropzone.

The already relegated Old Rutlishians ended a bad season with a five-wicket defeat at Chipstead Coulsdon & Walcountians, despite Joe Riches’ half-century (50) and Tom Collett’s 4-35.

Old Whitgiftians could not stop Valley End claiming the Surrey Championship Division One title going down by nine wickets on Saturday.

Shaz Rana hit 70 as the Old Boys posted 166, but Valley End would not be denied and had the title wrapped up inside 24 overs.

Division Two

Bank of England pulled off their great escape after a six-wicket win at Epsom saw them climb out of the Division Two relegation places at the expense of Egham.

Victory at Epsom looked a tall order after the hosts – featuring an unbeaten 94 from Godfrey Stevens, and four wickets each for James Woodroof and Naeman Symonds-Baig - posted 231.

However, BoE were on 169-4 when the rain came and handed them a Duckworth Lewis victory.

Amer Saleem hit 77 off 55 balls to give Worcester Park every chance of promotion, but it was all in vain as Farnham claimed second place.

Saleem’s knock helped see off Egham by eight wickets, but Farnham’s win at Chessington kept them 10 points ahead in the final standings.

Purley’s rotten season ended in yet another defeat – this time going down by eight wickets at home to Dulwich.

They finished the season rock bottom on 41 points, more than 100 points from safety.

Elsewhere, Trinity Mid-Whitgiftian have been relegated to Division Four of the Surrey Championship, while Sanderstead are going the other way having finished second.