AN OUTSTANDING individual display from Tom Fillery saw Uffington edged out Marcham by one wicket in a thrilling OCA League Division 4 clash.

Adam Shorten took 4-31 and Fillery 4-73 to dismiss visitors Marcham for 221, Tom Mooring hitting 60.

Fillery then smashed an incredible 103, reaching his century in the 12th over in a knock that contained ten sixes and eight fours.

It helped Uffington to 225-9, despite 5-54 from Stuart Armstrong.

Bampton were too strong for hosts Garsington.

Russell King and Ben Brown both took 4-32 as Garsington were bowled out for 117, before James Bray (60no) and Andy Oliver (48) led Bampton to 118-2.

Ciaran Northwood claimed a six-wicket haul for Stonesfield, but it was in vain as they fell to a 12-run defeat at home to Radley in Division 1.

Northwood took 6-58 as Radley were bowled out for 173, Ali Malik hitting 83 and Abdur Rasheed Khan 43.

Khan then claimed 5-45 in Stonesfield’s reply as they fell for 161, Sean Holley hitting 67.

Charlbury are one of three teams to have won their first two matches after seeing off visitors Wolvercote by 85 runs.

Stuart Atkins top-scored with 43 in Charlbury’s 231 all out, Wolvercote tumbling to 146 all out in reply.

East & West Hendred also kept their 100 per cent record intact after defeating hosts Yarnton & Cowley by three wickets.

Yarnton set 184-7 as Zubair Shafique top-scored with 64.

Charlie Mulford (43no) was the rock in Hendred’s reply as they reached 186-7.

Faringdon fell to a five-wicket defeat at home to Oxenford.

Rob Owen followed up his opening-day century with 57, but Faringdon were bowled out for 167.

Roshan Gedara (49no) and David Shackleton (39) then led Oxenford to 169-5.

In Division 2, Patrick Arnold’s century helped Eynsham to a convincing 107-run win at home to Chadlington.

Arnold hit 109 and Sam Jones 70 to help Eynsham to a formidable total of 256-5.

It proved way beyond Chadlington, who were bowled out for 149 as Mark Weller claimed 5-14, Freddie Magee top-scoring with 64 for the visitors.

Broughton & North Newington lead the way after beating hosts Clifton Hampden by seven wickets.

Stuart Walton played a starring role with bat and ball.

He took 5-18 in Clifton’s 166 all out, Morley Benson hitting 60.

Walton then top-scored with 58 to steer Broughton to 170-3, James Walton finishing 57 not out.

Chipping Norton ran out 15-run victors at Marsh Gibbon.

Batting first, Chippy were all out for 158, Charith Karawita hitting 86 and Carl Needham taking 6-30.

Stuart Leonard (63) led Marsh Gibbon’s reply, but they were dismissed for 143 as Jim McGeown took 5-21.

A fine 71 from Damien Wiskin and 68 from Billy Webb saw Wootton & Boars Hill to a five-wicket win at Wantage.

David Spencer hit 58 and Nick Burton 51 in Wantage’s 210-6, but Wiskin and Webb led Wootton’s reply as they eased to 212-5.

Witney Swifts cruised to an eight-wicket win against visitors Westcott.

After restricting their visitors, for whom Mark Strong hit 69, to 175-7, Swifts eased to 180-2 as Jason Seacole and Josh Grant both finished 51 not out.

Jason Trinder’s 5-12 for Kilkenny went to waste as they lost by 34 runs at new boys Middleton Cheney in Division 3.

Trinder’s haul saw Cheney shot out for 134, but Kilkenny slumped to 100 all out in reply as Sam Hanson followed up his 35 with fine figures of 3-13 in ten overs.

Hanborough edged a thriller at home to west Oxfordshire rivals Stanton Harcourt by one wicket.

Visitors Stanton Harcourt posted 201-9, Chris Pascoe hitting 43 and Ollie Pascoe 42.

Joseph Burgess then top-scored with 71 to steer Hanborough to 207-9 to secure victory.

Neil Maguire (4-10) and Charlie Fitchett (4-38) were key in Watlington’s four-wicket win at home to Kidlington.

The visitors were skittled for 64 and despite Steve Litten’s 4-25, Watlington reached 65-6.

Himanshu Raval smashed a brilliant 149 before retiring hurt as Tetsworth 2nd blitzed hosts Chipping Norton 2nd by 296 runs in Division 6.

The innings guided the visitors to 360-9, with Shannon Dyer providing Chippy’s only highlight with 6-89, before they slumped to 64 all out.

A nail-biting clash saw Charlbury 2nd edge out hosts East & West Hendred 2nd by 13 runs.

Neil Fox’s 54 helped Charlbury to 206 all out, Pete Beckley taking 4-65.

In reply, Hendred were always in the hunt, thanks largely to Ian Clewley’s 72.

But they were bowled out for 193 as Garry Masters, Max Lucas and Paul Jenkins took three wickets apiece.

Combe crushed visitors Great Horwood 2nd by ten wickets in a one-sided Division 5 clash.

Julian Chaundy (4-12) and Dave Gardner (3-35) combined to dismiss Horwood for 89, before Mark Westerby hit 59 not out to lead Combe to 90-0.

In Division 7, Stanton Harcourt 2nd chased down Eynsham 2nd’s 198-8 to win by eight wickets.

Matt Waite took 4-20 for Stanton, while Eynsham’s Roland Margerison hit 69.

But Stanton Harcourt eased home at 203-2 thanks to Jake Souch’s 69 not out and Edwin Apps’s 64 not out.

In Division 8 North, Ollie Jeacock hit a superb century for Westcott 2nd as they ran out 38-run winners at Kidlington 3rd.

Jeacock’s 101 not out and 69 not out from Philip Bateman helped Westcott to 249-5.

Lewis Jeacock then claimed 5-37 as Kidlington were restricted to 211-9 in their reply.

Asif Khan took 5-16 and James Elsmore 4-11 to help Risinghurst 2nd to a 66-run win at home to Hook Norton 2nd.

Elsmore had earlier scored 33 in Risinghurst’s 137 all out, Clive Plant taking 4-13.

Hooky had no answer to Khan and Elsmore in their reply, falling to 71 all out.

Swinbrook 2nd’s David Myatt hit 102 not out to help his side to a 92-run win at Wolvercote 3rd.

Danny Taylor’s 5-33 helped Letcombe to their first victory as they beat visitors Chalgrove by 62 runs in Division 8 South.

Steve Lewis top-scored with 62 in Letcombe’s 166 all out, Richard Murphy taking 6-22.

Taylor’s haul then helped to dismiss Chalgrove for 104.

Altaf Ali’s 6-18 was in vain for Kennington 2nd as they lost by ten runs at Steventon 2nd, while Dorchester 2nd beat hosts Sunningwell 2nd by four wickets.