WOKINGHAM CC will face a different side to those originally named as they seek to win Division Two of the Home Counties Premier League this summer.

Great & Little Tew have withdrawn from the division having lost 'more than 10 players' during a difficult winter for the Oxfordshire side.

Their spot will be taken by Dinton, who finished second-bottom of the league in 2018 but who have been given a reprieve from relegation following a restructure.

Wokingham finished third last season, though were hampered by a 20-point penalty for fielding an ineligible player in their opening game of the season.

Other teams in Division Two this year include Amersham, Chesham, Harefield, Burnham, Oxford and Thame Town – the latter two both relegated from Division One at the end of last season.

The final two sides competing will be last season's Thames Valley League champions Cookham Dean and the Cherwell League winners Oxford Downs.