Noble hit 124 as Sway, who led the table until mid-June on the back of six straight wins, piled up 319-4 before OTs hit back strongly with 305 runs of their own.
Will Millard (47), Dan Bailey (46) and Jayvier Dehning, who smacked 57 off a mere 22 balls, piled on the agony, Noble (with 18 fours) featuring in two meaty partnerships.
With nothing to lose, OTs responded in style, Rhys Wathen hitting 101 and Sam Costly 79 in a creditable reply.
Three batsmen scored half-centuries as Longparish finished fifth with an 81-run win over Burridge II – Ben Gardner (55) providing the platform for Jack Levy (67) and Martyn Cook (69) sweeping Parish to 290-6. Chris Blake hit 114 of the Burridge 209-7 reply.
Hursley Park rushed visiting Andover II out for 73 before completing a comprehensive victory, while Simon Loat (99) just missed out on a century as Havant piled up 269-3 (Oli Jones 74) against Easton & Martyr Worthy.
Wilf La Fontaine Jackson (72) and Winchester College talent Casper Byrers (50) took Easton’s reply to 231.
Ben Baker’s maiden HCL century took relegated Ryde to within 14 runs of Bedhampton’s handy 246-9 at Bidbury Mead.
He hit 105 as Ryde finished with 232 (Ali Gardner 3-29) after Alex Whitfield (94) had underpinned Bedhampton’s 246-9.
Old Basing nicked a two-run win off Alton II in a match reduced to 37 overs per side primarily due to bad light.
Seven OB batsmen got 15 or more but only 588-run Nick Willcock (25) and Nick Cooper (24) progressed beyond 20 before Old Basing’s 198-8 (Dan Trim 3-36) was reduced to 162 off 41 overs.
It looked all up for Alton at 70-5, but Ali Wright (41) gave them a fighting chance. They closed 160-8, two runs behind.