STOKE GREEN have fallen short in their bid to win the Thames Valley Cricket League Division One title this season after the final round of matches were abandoned on Saturday.

League leaders Chesham and Stoke Green were locked on 301 points prior to games at Boyne Hill and Falkland respectively.

However, both matches were abandoned in their first innings due to rain. This meant that the two clubs were awarded seven points each and resulted in no changes to the final standings.

Chesham have been crowned Division One champions, and with it promotion into the Home Counties League, due to the fact they won 12 matches this season, one more than Stoke Green.

The runners-up had restricted Falkland to 122-5 before the rain came at Enborne Lodge.

Saranga Rajaguru was still at the crease on 43, with James Bird adding 26 and Nick Benwell 14.

Boyne Hill finished their first season in Division One in fourth place following promotion last season.

At home to the champions, Chesham, they were 211 all out before the match at Boyne Grove was abandoned.

Windsor have finished bottom of the division and been relegated back into the second tier.

Their final match at Marlow was abandoned with the home side 267-5 from their allotted 50 overs.

Barney Hogg (59) and Imran Nawaz (50) both reached a half-century while Simon Carter (48) and captain Kevin Hudson (40*) fell short.

Rohan Agrawal (2-27) and Benjamin Durrant (2-52) were the best Windsor bowlers.