FINCHAMPSTEAD skipper Dan Lincoln saw four of his Berkshire county teammates secure a five-wicket Division One victory for title-chasing Henley on Saturday, writes Dave Wright.

Spinner Euan Woods took 4-63 and paceman Tom Nugent 3-66 as the hosts were bowled out for 243 before half-centuries from Woods and Richard Morris guided their side home.

However, the day's top score was the 66 which came from Greg Smith, the Finch opener facing 107 balls and hitting a six and seven boundaries.

Dan Lincoln made 30 off 39 deliveries, Simon Bell 31 and Josh Lincoln 20 on a day when only Adam Dewes and last-man James Woodford failed to get into double figures.

In addition to Woods and Morris, Cornwall county player Matt Rowe also hit a half-century for Henley.

At 199-5, the game could have gone either way, but David Barnes, with a run-a-ball 30 not out, and Euan Brock, 28 not out, saw their side home with 15 balls remaining.

Woodford took 2-46 from 14 overs.

With three sides below them all failing to win last weekend, Finch remain seventh in the table with just four 50-50 matches left to play, the first of which is at High Wycombe this Saturday.

Wokingham boosted their Division Two promotion hopes after a four-wicket success at Burnham.

Their third win on the bounce has taken them up to fourth in the table with 209 points, eight behind second-placed Datchet with four games remaining.

The Oaks bowled out Burnham for 239 (Rizwan Nadeem 87) with Paul Dewick taking 4-52 off 14 overs and Lewis Sharp 3-65 from 17.

Their reply started badly with Archie Carter, Salman Khalid and James Bird all dismissed with only 27 runs on the board.

But the dependable Danny Housego led a spirited recovery, going on to remain unbeaten on 137, which came off 148 balls and included 17 boundaries.

Good support came from Jack Wood with 33, skipper Stuart Hayter, also with 33, and Simon Myles 27, victory being sealed in the 50th over.

The Oaks face a vital home game this Saturday when they host another in-form team Great & Little Tew, the side immediately above them in the table, just six points between the pair.