HIGH Wycombe are now three matches without a win in Division One of the Home Counties Premier League after a draw at home to Tring Park on Saturday.

The Buckinghamshire-based side have now drawn their last two matches and lost the one previous to that, but remain in third position in the league table.

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won the coin toss and elected to bat first, the home side making 257 runs all out from 64 overs.

Number eight Cameron Parsons was the leading runs scorer with 80 from 110 balls, including 12 boundaries. It is his first half-century of the season and the eighth of his career, taking his average for the summer to 18.50.

Lloyd Paternott, batting at number four, made 74 runs from 112 balls, including nine boundaries, for a third half-century this season.

The pair put on 134 runs for the seventh wicket as the hosts recovered from 70-6 to 204-7, before Thomas Hampton (35) and Conner Haddow (16) added 51 runs in a ninth-wicket partnership.

Michael Payne was the pick of the Tring Park bowling attack with his figures of 3-57 from 14 overs which included the wicket of Paternott, caught and bowled.

The visitors managed 229-6 from 56 overs in response for a share of the spoils and to stand in eighth place in the league table.

Number five Payne carried his bat through for an unbeaten 100 runs from 104 balls, including 15 boundaries and one maximum hit. It is his first century of the season and the fourth of his career, taking his average for the summer to 35.90.

Payne put on 61 with Charlie Macdonell (27) for the fourth wicket and then a sixth-wicket stand of 77 runs with Sheridon Gumbs (37).

The wickets were shared amongst the

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bowlers with the best of them being Adam Dobb, with figures of 2-60 from 11 overs.

High Wycombe are at home to fourth-placed Banbury this Saturday (11am start).

High Wycombe 2s have moved up two places to fourth position in Division One of the Thames Valley League following a 78-run win at Hayes last weekend.

Bottom side Hayes won the toss and invited Wycombe to bat first, the visitors reaching 238-9 from 52 overs.

Number four Matt Pugh top-scored with 58 runs from 113 balls for his second half-century of the season and a new average of 27.33.

Harman Momi was the pick of the Hayes bowling attack with his figures of 4-64 from 18 overs, which included the wickets of Pugh and Simon Janes (48).

The home side were bowled out for 160 runs from 29.1 overs in response and are still searching for a first win in the league this season.

Prabhjot Singh was the leading runs scorer with 35 from 22 balls, whilst Sam Parry took 4-35 from 7.1 overs with the ball. His wickets included Ramneek Madial for a second ball duck.

High Wycombe 2s make the trip to Stoke Green this Saturday (1pm start).