MOHAMMED Shafqat was the star of the show for Wolvercote as his five-wicket haul wrapped up a thrilling ten-run win at home to Oxenford in Division 1 of the OCA League.

Wolvercote had been dismissed for 147 as left-arm seamer Aaron Hirtenstein took 6-20.

Vijay Pamu continued his good form from last weekend with 45 for the visitors, but Shafqat took 5-28 in seven overs to restrict Oxenford to 137-9.

Billy Webb claimed 5-59 to help Wootton & Boars Hill to a seven-run win at Stonesfield.

Sean Holley fell five runs short of a century for Stonesfield in their 185 all out.

This was in response to Wootton’s 195-5, for whom Oliver Moreton hit 61 not out.

Faringdon recorded a three-wicket win at Witney Swifts.

Restricting Swifts to 127-7, Nigel Hume then scored 45 as Faringdon reached 130-7.

Yarnton & Cowley saw off E&W Hendred by seven wickets.

The game was switched from Yarnton’s ground, which was unfit for play, and Hendred were all out for 111.

Uzair Ahmed then hit 42 to steer Yarnton home at 113-3.

In Division 2, Stanton Harcourt enjoyed a 79-run win at Hanborough.

Ben Lucas top-scored with 86 not out in Stanton’s 245-4.

Matthew Neilsen hit 76 in Hanborough’s reply, but they were bowled out for 165 as Andy Walker took 4-45 and Ryan Wastie 3-35.

Nikunj Patel’s 5-25 helped Tetsworth to a 65-run win at Cairns Fudge.

Tetsworth had been dismissed for only 123 as Paul Hammond and Jamie Clark took three wickets apiece.

Patel and Aruna De Alwis (3-15) then combined to dismiss Fudge for 58.

Middleton Cheney’s first game in Division 2 ended in a six-wicket win over visitors Clifton Hampden.

Josh Nadin (4-21) helped to restrict Clifton to 120-9, before Ryan Markham (54no) and Des Smith (39) saw Middleton to 124-9.

Mark Stanway’s 5-31 led Chipping Norton to a five-wicket victory at Wantage.

The home side were all out for 112, Will Harvey top-scoring with 45, and Chippy eased home at 113-5.

Craig Woods fell just four runs short of a century for Kidlington, but his side eased to a 96-run win against visitors Broughton & North Newington.

Woods hit 96 in Kidlington’s 173-9, before Broughton were shot out for just 77 in reply.

Kilkenny cruised to a seven-wicket win away to Dorchester.

Daniel Floyd (51no) and Josh Bishop (48) led the way as the west Oxfordshire side successfully chased down Dorchester’s 136 all out, for whom Adrian Redhead hit 56.

Marcham had a comfortable win at home to Chadlington.

Andrew Horseman took 4-11 to skittle Chadlington for 71, Marcham easing home at 72-5.

Risinghurst posted a six-wicket win away to West Ilsley.

After restricting Ilsley to 169-6, Risinghurst reached 170-3 as Sandeep George struck 80 not out.

The league’s first century of the season went to George Townsend in Division 4, but it proved in vain as Ducklington lost by three wickets at home to Shrivenham.

It was a controversial victory as the umpires awarded 18 penalty runs to Shrivenham with 24 needed off the last three overs.

Ducklington also had a bowler removed from the attack for bowling two high no-balls.

Townsend hit 111 in Ducklington’s 254 all out, but 52 from Scott Winskill, 48 from Alex Bowles and 42 from Matt Haywood saw Shrivenham home at 255-7.

Combe defeated visitors Deddington by five wickets.

Deddington were all out for 137, and then Mark Westerby hit 53 to steer Combe to 138-5.

Steventon beat visitors Fringford by 75 runs. They were all out for 140, but 4-9 from Mithun Sortur helped to bowl Fringford out for 65.

Radley’s Ali Malik returned superb figures of 7-21 to help his side to a 43-run win at Sunningwell.

Earlier, Ashley Pike (73) led Radley to 191-7, before Malik’s magnificent spell sent Sunningwell tumbling to 148 all out.

Hook Norton cruised to a seven-wicket win at Uffington.

Jordan Glazier’s 5-18 helped to bowl Uffington for 74, Hooky easing home at 75-3.