MINSTER Lovell sealed the OCA League Division 1 title to secure an outstanding treble triumph as they defeated visitors Charlbury in a rain-affected final match of the season.

The victory, by six wickets, ensured Minster finished clear of runners-up Faringdon, who had their home clash with Shrivenham washed out by the heavy rain.

It marks the end of a magnificent season for the west Oxfordshire club, who had already won the Tony Pullinger T20 trophy and the Airey Cup.

Minster have applied to join the Cherwell League for 2017 and will await a decision from the annual meeting.

Their match against Charlbury was reduced to 25 overs per side, and Minster restricted the visitors to 112-9 as spinners Jack Simpson took 4-11 and Eddie Dunn 3-27.

In reply, Minster also struggled with the conditions, but reached the target with four wickets down and one over to spare to spark the celebrations.

Radley avoided relegation by the skin of their teeth as they beat already-relegated Chipping Norton by five wickets.

Chippy were shot out for just 69, and Radley eased to 70-5 to secure victory and move out of the drop zone, relegating Oxenford instead.

Westcott wrapped up the second promotion spot from Division 3 after a 50-run victory over champions Eynsham.

Westcott racked up an impressive 174-7 in 25 overs with Rehman Ullah hitting 70 and Mark Strong 48 not out.

Mark Strong then took 3-26 to help dismiss Eynsham for 124.

In Division 6, Kidlington 2nd leapfrogged Faringdon 2nd to secure their safety from relegation, sending Faringdon down.

Combe secured the Division 7 title after thrashing visitors Uffington by eight wickets.