YOUNGSTER Dominic Whinfrey produced an extraordinary innings to help Sunningwell to a ten-wicket victory at home to Uffington in the first round of the OCA League’s Telegraph Cup.

The 17-year-old bludgeoned an incredible 140 not out from just 49 deliveries as Sunningwell chased down Uffington’s 185-5 inside 16 overs.

Whinfrey hit 16 sixes and eight fours, one of his huge maximums smashing a car windscreen.

Batting first, Martin Key’s 74 and 52 from Joe Braham helped Uffington to what appeared to be a reasonable competitive total.

But Whinfrey and Nigel Lovell (40no) made light work of the target to knock off the target in quick time.

Veteran bowler David Gardner rolled back the years with 7-44 as Combe hammered Marcham by 120 runs.

Chris Moore (58no) had led Combe to 206-4, before Gardner’s haul sent Marcham crashing to 86 all out.

Kilkenny eased past Kidlington by six wickets.

Darren Gordon took 6-20 and Chris King 4-55 as Kidlington were shot out for 72, before Kilkenny replied with 78-4.

In the Airey Cup, Stanton Harcourt reached the second round with a four-wicket win at Wootton & Boars Hill.

There were four half-centuries in Wootton’s 244-3, Jack Ulyatt hitting 58 not out, Billy Webb 56, Ollie Morton 50 not out and Shaun Morton 50.

But then Ollie Pascoe (74), Ryan Wastie (66no) and Arun White (56) led Stanton to 245-6.

Josh Nadin took 5-15 to help Middleton Cheney to a five-wicket win over visitors Hanborough after Cheney dismissed their visitors for 79.

Vijay Pamu scored an unbeaten century as Oxenford beat visitors Chipping Norton by 138 runs.

The hosts posted 246-4, Pamu striking 104 not out, before Aaron Hirtenstein took 3-40 in Chippy’s 108 all out.

Alfie Saunders returned spectacular figures of 8-13 as Witney Swifts crushed Westcott by eight wickets.

Saunders’ career-best figures restricted Westcott to 52-9 with their last man unable to bat.

Swifts then raced to 55-2.

Wolvercote eased past hosts Faringdon by eight wickets.

Barkat Ahmed’s 5-25 helped to dismiss Faringdon for 132, Will Oglesby hitting 56.

Tim MacIntyre then struck 77 not out in Wolvercote’s 136-2.

Stonesfield ran out six-wicket winners at Marsh Gibbon.

Steve Litten took 4-41 as Marsh Gibbon were bowled out for 142, and then Jamie Burns (54no) led Stonesfield to 143-4.

An unbeaten 63 for Muhammad Younis saw Yarnton & Cowley to a five-wicket win at East & West Hendred, while Watlington saw off visitors Tetsworth by six wickets.

In the Steve Dixon Memorial Cup, Wootton & Boars Hill 2nd eased to a 57-run win at Chesterton.

Johnnie Fisher hit 72 not out as Wootton posted 206-9, Jimmy Appleton taking 4-19.

Chesterton were all out for 149 in reply, Pete Talbot hitting 63 and Rubban Gill taking 4-34.

Kidlington 2nd won a low-scoring clash with Oxenford 2nd by 30 runs.

They were shot out for just 98 as Sameer Kesava took 5-21.

But Tony Launchbury then claimed 5-24 in Oxenford’s reply as they fell for 68.

Wolvercote 2nd beat visitors Middleton Cheney 2nd by 72 runs.

Nic Pinhol top-scored with 78 in Wolvercote’s 231-7, and then Cheney fell for 159 with Robert Glenny taking 3-14.

Witney Swifts 2nd defeated hosts Freeland by four wickets.

Only Jack Buckingham (56) shone in Freeland’s innings, Craig Horne taking 6-23.

Edd Priest (36) then saw Swifts to 97-6.

Risinghurst 2nd defeated hosts Letcombe by four wickets after bowling them out for 56, while Yarnton & Cowley 2nd beat visitors Wolvercote 3rd by 120 runs.

Stanton Harcourt 2nd booked their place in the second round of the Osberton Radiators Cup with a seven-wicket win over visitors Sunningwell 2nd.

Andy Walker took 4-27 in Sunningwell’s 135 all out, and then Drew Tweedy scored 37 not out in Stanton’s 136-3.

Harwell International beat Kilkenny 2nd by seven wickets.

Steventon's Tom Cannon and Lalit Chablani took centre stage as their side thrashed Deddington by148 runs in Division 4.

Steventon posted 179-9 in their 45 overs, but Cannon then took 5-16 and Chablani 4-5 as Deddington were shot out for 31.

Three wickets apiece for James McPhee and Jordan Glazier helped Hook Norton to a nine-wicket win at home to Fringford.

Radley secured a dramatic victory in the last over against visitors Shrivenham.

Radley restricted Shrivenham to 163-8, before Abbas Younus hit 75 to steer Radley to 166-6 with three balls left.

In Division 2, Clifton Hampden beat hosts Wantage by five wickets.

Chasing Wantage’s 154 all out, Clifton reached 155-5 with Morley Benson making 58 not out.

Brill racked up a massive 326-5 as they cruised to a 165-run victory over visitors West Ilsley in Division 3.

Jeremy Mansfield hit 94, while Andy Wynd struck 83, Andy Parke 68 not out and Dale Sweetman 51.

Darren Kavanagh then took 4-38 as West Ilsley fell for 161.

In Division 5, East & West Hendred 2nd beat hosts Swinbrook by 25 runs.

Andy Broadbent top-scored with 56 in Hendred’s 166 all out, Liam Walker taking 4-32.

Wily veterans Pete Beckley (4-45) and septuagenarian Peter Baring (4-46) then combined to bowl Swinbrook out for 141.

Chalgrove eased past hosts Dorchester 2nd in Division 6 by 77 runs.

Nicolas Little (62), Heath Cooper (58no) and Ben Little (53) helped Chalgrove to 240-5 in their 45 overs, before Dorchester were restricted to 163-7.

In Division 7 North, Charlbury 3rd edged past visitors Kidlington 3rd by two wickets.

Vicky Strode took 4-14 and Mark Fitzgerald 4-24 as Kidlington were dismissed for 123.

Charlbury then reached 124-8 to secure the win.

Oxenford 3rd beat hosts Stonesfield 2nd by 162 runs after posting 229-7, Chris Rainer top-scoring with 74.

Shiv Bhardwaj then took 4-18 in Stonesfield’s 67 all out.

Westcott’s James Bateman claimed 5-38 to help his side to a three-wicket win over Hook Norton 2nd.

Faringdon brushed aside hosts Marcham 2nd by eight wickets in Division 7 South.

Matthew Brooker was the star, taking 3-11 in Marcham’s 74 all out, before scoring 57 in his side’s 75-2.

Figures of 4-15 for Mark Taylor helped Watlington 2nd to a six-wicket win at Steventon 2nd.