TOM Small smashed an incredible double century for Cairns Fudge to help his side to a thrilling victory by 13 runs at Hanborough in Division 2 of the OCA League.

Small hammered a brilliant 205 as Fudge racked up 331-8 in their 45 overs.

But Hanborough were not daunted by the mammoth run chase, and produced a great effort to fall just short on 318-8 in their reply, led by Jonny Ayris’s 92 and 51 from Aston Leach.

Chipping Norton cruised to a nine-wicket win against visitors Clifton Hampden.

Clifton set 183-6 as Morley Benson scored 89 not out and Jim McGeown took 4-27.

But Chippy made light work of the run chase, Ian Widdows hitting 90 not out and Matthew Molyneux an unbeaten 74 as they eased to 187-1.

Dave Hansford’s century saw Watlington to a two-wicket win at Middleton Cheney.

The hosts were bowled out for 163 as Rama Garimella took 5-27 and Ryan Markham scored 84 not out.

In reply, Hansford scored 100 to see his side to 164-8.

Stanton Harcourt’s Ollie Pascoe took 6-27 as his side won by 25 runs at Wantage.

Earlier, Alex Vaughan (51) and Jason Fuller (46) helped Stanton to 238-9.

Barry Martin hit 97 and Colin Mercer 80 not out in Wantage’s reply, but Pascoe’s haul ensured the home side were all out for 213.

In Division 1, George Seacole’s unbeaten century saw Witney Swifts to a four-wicket win against Westcott.

The visitors had been restricted to 168-9 as Red Pratley took 3-14.

Seacole then scored 105 not out to lead Swifts to 169-6.

Wolvercote went top of the table with a six-wicket win over visitors East & West Hendred.

Andy Francis hit 75 in Hendred’s 179 all out, but 80 not out from Chris Babbs led Wolvercote home at 183-4.

Oxenford beat hosts Faringdon by 24 runs.

Vijay Pamu continued his good form with 53 in Oxenford’s 205-7, and then Faringdon fell for 181 as Matthew Derben took 3-33.

A haul of 5-7 from Uzair Ahmed secured Yarnton & Cowley’s 68-run win over visitors Wootton & Boars Hill.

Yarnton had been bowled out for 171 as Damien Wiskin took 5-50.

But Ahmed’s super haul sent Wootton tumbling to 103 all out in their reply.

In Division 3, a super spell of bowling from Ben Brown, who took 6-16 from nine overs, helped Bampton to a six-wicket victory over Chadlington.

The visitors had no answer to Bampton’s miserly attack as they managed only 93-9 in 45 overs.

Bampton then eased home at 94-4 in their reply.

Martin Kalyan struck 117 not out to steer Risinghurst to 240-5 at Broughton & North Newington.

The home side were never in the hunt, falling to 125 all out.

Kilkenny edged past hosts Kidlington by three wickets.

Batting first, Kidlington set 212 all out, Edd Wilmot hitting 56 and Paul Heaton taking 6-42.

Josh Bishop (87) and Mykel Ryan (45) shone in Kilkenny’s reply as they reached 213-7.

Dorchester’s Thom Airs took 5-17 in 12 overs to help his side to a four-wicket win at West Ilsley, who were dismissed for just 88.

Chris Rudling’s 34 not out saw Dorchester home.

Brill beat hosts Marcham by seven wickets.

Three wickets apiece for Ben Jackson, Tom Broughton and Darren Kavanagh kept Marcham down to just 92 all out.

Jeremy Mansfield then scored 30 not out in Brill’s 95-3.

Steventon posted a mammoth victory at Uffington as Stephen Thompson slammed 135 not out in Division 4.

Mark Salter (81) also shone as Steventon racked up 318-4, before Phil Armstrong took 5-31 as Uffington were shot out for 139.

Shrivenham’s Matt Haywood scored an unbeaten 102 as his side saw off visitors Sunningwell by three wickets.

Earlier, Manoj Perera claimed 5-24 to help dismiss Sunningwell for 171.

Radley saw off hosts Deddington by 28 runs, despite a fine all-round display from the home side’s Ramesh Chennagiri.

Radley were bowled out for 165 as Chennagiri took 4-48, who then scored 55 in his side’s reply, but they were restricted to 137-9.

Hook Norton posted a five-wicket win at Ducklington after bowling them out for 97.

Simon Brown had a near-perfect day for Freeland as he took five wickets and scored a half-century to help his side to a six-wicket win at East & West Hendred in Division 5.

Brown claimed 5-21 as Hendred were bowled out for 166, Liam Richards top-scoring with 54.

Brown then finished 64 not out and Marc Buckingham scored 50 to lead Freeland to 170-4.

Wolvercote 2nd saw off Oxenford 2nd by six wickets.

Tim Hamp (53no) shone in Oxenford’s 206-9, but 67 from Harry Turner and 57 not out from Ben Scholl led Wolvercote home at 207-4.

In Division 6, Chesterton slumped to a six-wicket defeat at home to nine-man Chalgrove.

Heath Cooper took 4-15 and Ben Little 3-15 as Chesterton were shot out for 72, Chalgrove easing in at 73-4.

Asif Khan took 5-21 in Risinghurst 2nd’s six-wicket win at home to Middleton Cheney 2nd.

Sam and Jerry May took seven wickets between them to help Letcombe to a 16-run win at Wolvercote 3rd.

Sam took 4-28 and Jerry 3-45 in Wolvercote’s 146 all out as they unsuccessfully chased down Letcombe’s 162-8.

In Division 7 South, Jason Trinder slammed an unbeaten century to help Kilkenny 2nd to a 78-run win at home to Faringdon 2nd.

Trinder hit 100 not out, Tom Clapham 65 and Jamie Macdonough 50 in Kilkenny’s 290-6.

Phil Thorp then took 5-33 to help dismiss Faringdon for 212, despite 77 from George Liddiard.

Callum Rossie claimed 7-32 for Bampton 2nd in their 44-run win at Sunningwell 2nd.

Earlier, Bampton had posted 177 all out, Will Ray taking 5-60.

Rossie’s seven-wicket haul then helped to dismiss Sunningwell for 133.

Veteran Chris Allen hammered 172 as Watlington 2nd crushed visitors Kennington 2nd by 222 runs.

Watlington racked up 282-5 as Allen made the most of batsman friendly conditions.

Kennington, though, did not fare quite so well, being skittled out for just 60 as Niall House took 4-24.

In Division 7 North, Stanton Harcourt saw off visitors Chipping Norton 2nd by four wickets.

Having restricted Chippy to 186-8, Simon Hadland hit 92 not out to lead Stanton to 190-6.