CHESHAM CC are bottom of the Home Counties League Division Two after being leap-frogged by the side who were last at the start of play.
They were beaten at home by Great & Little Tew and are now 17 points adrift at the foot of the table.
The visitors batted first but 4-31 from Mark Eteen plus two scalps each for Jack Maciver and Jason Rance restricted them to 217-9 from 58 overs.
Yet again though, Chesham's batting was well below par as they lurched from 4-2 to 33-4.
Only Matt Rance's 30 down the order held up the clatter of wickets as Chesham were all out for 129.
Meanwhile, Amersham drew at Cove to remain seventh.