BEN Charlesworth produced a stunning double display to lead Oxfordshire Under 15s to double victory.

In a 119-run triumph over London Schools Cricket Association, Charlesworth retired after making 101.

And he then saved the day to help secure a 97-run win over Buckinghamshire after a terrific knock of 98 not out, rescuing Oxon from 72-7.

Against London at Bloxham School, Oxfordshire made hay after winning the toss, Charlesworth and Olli Price (46) helping them post 269 all out.

Alex Chapman then took a wicket with his second ball, which set the tone for the match.

Chapman finished with 3-12, and although a seventh-wicket partnership of 56 held up Oxon, Tom Bacon made the breakthrough before Price took the final wicket to finish with 3-27, as London were dismissed for 150.

In the match against Bucks, away at Campbell Park, Oxon were deep in trouble on 72-7, with only Jake Taylor (31) getting going.

However, Charlesworth then hammered an unbeaten 98 off 77 balls, which included nine fours and four sixes.

He was helped by Chapman’s 31 in an eighth-wicket stand of 138 which helped Oxfordshire post 210-7.

Chapman then took two wickets in two balls, but it was Tom Chesser who stole the show, the spinners claiming figures of 5-24 Oxon failed to take the final wicket, but won by a convincing 97 runs.

Oxfordshire Under 14s lost by 49 runs against Northamptonshire at Overston Park Ground.

After the home openers put on 100, Oxon were always up against it, and saw Northants rack up 243-5 from their 50 overs, Harry Startin the pick of the Oxon bowlers with 3-37.

Opener Coombs led an Oxon revival, but when he fell for 54, wickets fell at regular intervals and they were bowled out for 194.

Oxfordshire Under 13s suffered an agonising nine-run loss against Dorset at Chiswick.

Things looked promising for Oxon when they restricted the hosts to 134-9, thanks to Will Hammersley, who returned figures of 3-29, as well as Luke Charlesworth and Dee Jarvis, who took two apiece.

However, Oxfordshire struggled in reply, losing regular wickets.

They looked on course to get home when Freddie Smith was at the crease, but when he fell for 30, it was left to the lower order, and they were unable to get the runs required, losing the last wicket with nine more needed.