FARINGDON maintained their unbeaten start in Division 1 with a four-wicket win at Chipping Norton.

Ian Oglesby (4-16) and Nigel Hume (4-26) combined to help dismiss the home side for 110, before Hume’s 33 led Faringdon to 111-6, despite 4-29 from Jim McGeown.

Radley eased to an 83-run win away to Stonesfield.

Muzammil Rehman hit 69 and Shoaib Ahmed 63 in Radley’s 185.

In reply, Stonesfield could not master the conditions, or the bowling of Arfan Younus (4-19) as they crawled to 102-7.

East & West Hendred’s unbeaten start in Division 2 continued as they went top with a five-wicket win at Wootton & Boars Hill. It proved to be the Francis show for Hendred, as Jon Francis took 3-22 and Andrew Francis 3-35 in Wootton’s 127 all out.

Andrew Francis (32no) then steered Hendred to 131-5.

Wantage crashed to an 85-run defeat at home to basement boys Marsh Gibbon.

Joe Leonard top-scored with 75 to help Marsh to 185-4.

Tom Leonard claimed 4-28 and Carl Needham 3-29 as Wantage were bowled out for 100.

In Division 3, Marcham tumbled to a 155-run defeat at Westcott.

The home side racked up 230-7 as Mark Strong hit 87 and George Dalton 74.

Dave Howes (3-12) and Waqas Ur-Rehman (3-23) then combined to help dismiss Marcham for 75.

Dorchester were no match for Division 4 leaders Swinbrook as they slumped to a ten-wicket defeat, after being restricted to144-8.

George Grace (69no) and Tim Martin (58no) led Swinbrook to 146-0.

Watlington condemned Risinghurst to their first defeat after routing them for just 77.

Neil Maguire (4-18) was the pick of the hosts’ attack, before James Howlett hit 34 not out in Watlington’s 78-2.

Sunningwell struggled in the wet conditions to post only 130-9, Geoff Corps hitting 58 not out.

Zac Jarvis then scored 55 as Minster Lovell reached 132-6.

Giles Blanchard starred for Uffington in a four-wicket win at West Ilsley.

Adam Shorten took 4-31 in West Ilsley’s 169 all out, Wayne Lyford top-scoring with 78, before Blanchard (82) helped Uffington reach 173-6.

There was a thrilling tie for Britwell Salome against West Witney.

Omer Tariq scored 59 in West Witney’s 123 all out, Neil Lawrence taking 4-10 in ten overs.

David Coates then struck 56 in Britwell’s reply, but they too fell for 123.

Kennington scored 108 at home to Great Horwood 2nd, before routing their visitors for 41.

Simon Palmer took 6-14 in 12 overs.

In Division 6, Hanney fell to a six-wicket defeat at Wolvercote 2nd, who maintained their 100 per cent record.

Neil Sadler took 3-0 and Sam Payne 3-19 in Hanney’s 76 all out, and then Phil Walsh hit 37 to lead Wolvercote home.

East & West Hendred 2nd kept up the pressure with a 106-run win over visitors Tetsworth 2nd.

Elliot Hutt (61), Michael Shortis (52no) and Nigel Hutt (39) helped Hendred set 194-8 in their 45 overs.

Pete Beckley then claimed 4-28 and Miles Martin 3-26 as Tetsworth were bowled out for 88.

Radley 2nd moved up to third place with a 62-run win at Shrivenham 2nd.

Rezwan Rana top-scored with 61 and Kester Matthews 42 in Radley’s 164 all out.

Richard Cook then claimed 4-7 and Rana 3-7 as Shrivenham were restricted to 102-9.

Oxenford 2nd beat hosts Faringdon 2nd by 29 runs.

Vijay Pamu top-scored with 90 as Oxenford racked up 205-8.

Faringdon’s Dave Johnson then scored 50 not out in his side’s reply, but they were restricted to 176-8 as Richard Rowley (3-45) and Khalid Hussain (3-54) bowled well in tandem.

Steventon defeated visitors Kidlington 2nd by 30 runs.

Steven Hawkes hit 53 not out in Steventon’s 137-9, before Joe Bennett took 3-25 and Phil Armstrong 3-29 as Kidlington were all out for 107.

Witney Swifts 2nd brushed aside hosts Uffington 2nd by seven wickets in Division 7.

Three wickets apiece for Andy Purdie (3-35) and Rob Pratley (3-37) helped to dismiss the home side for 157.

Pratley then hit 55 and Purdie 34 not out to steer Swifts to 159-3.

Division 8 leaders Stanton Harcourt 2nd made it six wins out of six as they beat hosts Marcham 2nd by 31 runs.

Ian Urquhart hit 66 and Declan Wastie 43 to help Stanton to 149 all out, Deepak Patel taking 4-24 for the home side.

Wastie then returned figures of 4-16 from 12 overs as Marcham were bowled out for 118.

In Division 9, Jerry May claimed 5-7 for Hanney 2nd as they skittled visitors Charlbury 3rd out for 37 before posting a ten-wicket success.

Kennington 2nd beat hosts Kidlington 3rd by seven wickets.

Chasing Kidlington’s below-par 103-8, Norm Robins (55no) led Kennington to 106-3.