RAIN meant High Wycombe lost top spot in the Home Counties Cricket League.
Their home match against fellow high fliers Banbury was abandoned after heavy downpours left the outfield at London Road unplayable.
Wycombe had made a promising start to the match as they made 53 without loss from the opening 11 overs before the heavens opened.
Henley took full advantage by beating Harefield by 145 runs to usurp Wycombe as leaders of the division.
At the other end of the table Gerrards Cross managed to draw against Tring Park.
Tring made 193-4 off 39 overs in another rain-affected game, with the Cross making 141-6.