VIJAY Pamu was the star of the show for Oxenford – his unbeaten century toppling leaders East & West Hendred in OCA League Division 1.

Pamu smashed 121 not out, bringing up his ton with the sixth six of his innings as Oxenford chased down Hendred’s total of 217-9.

Earlier, Mark Baring struck 69 in Hendred’s innings, which represented something of a recovery for the visitors, who had lost three early wickets to the bowling of Aaron Hirtenstein (3-39).

An opening stand of 206 from Pamu and Junaid Aziz (20) ensured Oxenford’s nine-wicket win, ending Hendred’s unbeaten record.

Charlbury took over at the top as they beat hosts Yarnton & Cowley by three wickets.

Batting first, Yarnton posted a competitive total of 236-9, Uzair Ahmed top-scoring with 61 and Bimalka Liyanarachchi taking 3-28.

Liyanarachchi then hit 66 and Josh Hornsby 72 to lead Charlbury to 237-7.

Great Horwood stayed in contention with a three-wicket win at home to Stonesfield.

Haydon Morrison claimed 5-40 in Stonesfield’s 173 all out.

Sam Willett then scored 55 as Horwood reached 174-7.

In Division 2, leaders Witney Swifts didn’t have it all their own way as they edged out visitors Chipping Norton by two wickets.

Alfie Saunders took 5-25 as Chippy were all out for 140, Rhys Warner-Carter hitting 52.

Swifts crept to 143-8, with Josh Grant (59) and Charlie Fisher (41) starring.

Clifton Hampden defeated high-flying Westcott by 43 runs.

Richard Beard’s 52 helped Clifton to 158-8, Alimar Khan taking 4-25.

In reply, only Mark Strong (41no) got going as Westcott were dismissed for 115, Julian Hitchman claiming 4-24.

Marsh Gibbon won a low-scoring affair against visitors Chadlington by six wickets.

Chadlington were restricted to 135-8 in their 45 overs, Kevin Duester scoring a battling 69.

Stuart Leonard then struck 68 not out as Marsh Gibbon reached 139-4 in reply.

Colin Mercer’s unbeaten century helped Wantage to a 118-run win at home to Broughton & North Newington.

Mercer’s 106 not out and an unbeaten 55 from Richard Chapman saw Wantage set 246-5.

Three wickets apiece for Will Harvey, Oliver Haine and Steve Pritchard ensured Broughton were never in the hunt as they fell to 128 all out.

Risinghurst went top of Division 3 after seeing off previous leaders Middleton Cheney by 25 runs.

Risinghurst were bowled out for 168, Selvam Raman hitting 44 and Ben Cross taking 4-43.

Raman then claimed 3-23 and Martin Kalyan 3-28 to help dismiss the home side for 143.

Cairns Fudge were in a hurry as they walloped visitors Fringford by ten wickets.

Nine-man Fringford were shot out for 72, before Tom Small hit 57 not out as Fudge eased home.

A fine 63 from Matty Gorman led Hanborough to a five-wicket win at home to Kilkenny.

The Carterton-based side had posted 198-5, Darren Gordon striking 50.

But Gorman’s knock led Hanborough to victory at 199-5.

Tetsworth’s Kamlesh Ukarda had a fine all-round performance to lead his side to a 99-run win against visitors Kidlington.

He scored 91 in Tetsworth’s 217 all out, before returning figures of 3-20 as Kidlington were bowled out for 118.

It was tough on Kidlington’s Michael Tippett, who had returned excellent figures of 6-23 in Tetsworth’s innings.

Stanton Harcourt thumped hosts Watlington by 121 runs.

Joel Graham (57) led the way in Stanton’s 231-7, and then Matt Waite (4-16) and Ryan Wastie (3-16) combined to dismiss the home side for 110.

Leaders Brill were too strong for hosts Dorchester as they cruised to an eight-wicket victory in Division 4.

Andy Wynd claimed 3-29 as Dorchester were restricted to 168-9 in their 45 overs.

Harry Wilson (80) then led the way as Brill eased in at 172-2.

Sunningwell defeated hosts Deddington by 28 runs.

Tom Harris (37) and Sam Baker (35) helped Sunningwell to 173 all out, Maneesh Verma taking 4-33 and Ramesh Chennagiri 4-42.

Deddington were all out for 145 in reply, Chris Blackburn hitting 36.

A fine century from James Bray helped Bampton to a crushing 122-run victory at Uffington.

Bray struck 111 and Edward Landray 85 in Bampton’s 239-4.

An outstanding haul of 6-7 in eight overs from Russell King then sent Uffington tumbling to 117 all out.

Marcham eased past hosts Swinbrook by five wickets.

Youngster Ethan Davie was the pick of the Marcham attack with 4-21 as Swinbrook were bowled out for 152, George Grace hitting 85.

Thomas Mooring’s 80 not out led Marcham to victory as they reached 155-5.