REDD Pratley and Alfie Saunders tore through Yarnton & Cowley’s as Witney Swifts ran out 107-run winners in Division 1.

Swifts were all out for 157 as Charlie Fisher top-scored with 43 and Muhammad Adil claimed 5-25 for the home side.

But Pratley then claimed 5-20 and Saunders 4-32 as Yarnton were shot out for just 50 in their reply.

Oxenford beat hosts East & West Hendred by 81 runs on the Target Score (T/S) method.

The visitors racked up 246-2 as Bharadwaj Ramanathan hit 106 and Andrew Dean 40.

Rain reduced Hendred’s reply to 39 overs and a revised target of 226, but they were bowled out for 145, Habeel Khalid taking 3-9.

Tom Stewart-Liberty’s unbeaten century helped Wolvercote to a 175-run win at Marsh Gibbon.

Liberty struck 120 not out in Wolvercote’s 247-5, before Toby Shelley took 5-22 as Marsh Gibbon were shot out for 72.

Stonesfield saw off visitors Faringdon by 101 runs.

Having been bowled out for 164, Stonesfield's Steve Litten (4-20) and Dan Farrant (4-35) combined to bowl Faringdon out for only 63.

Billy Webb starred for Wootton & Boars Hill as they won by 24 runs at Westcott.

Webb hit 69 in Wootton’s

200-9, and then claimed 4-38 in Westcott’s reply as they fell for 176, Alimar Khan taking 4-39.

In Division 2, Cairns Fudge eased to a seven-wicket win over visitors Chipping Norton.

Jamie Clarke took 5-24 to help restrict Chippy to

164-9, before Tom Small top-scored with 89 not out to lead Fudge to 165-3.

Ryan Markham hit 84 as Middleton Cheney chased down Hanborough’s 218-8 to win by eight wickets.

Fine knocks of 64 not out from Nikunj Patel and 52 not out from Shailesh Babu (52) saw Tetsworth to a seven-wicket win at home to Stanton Harcourt.

Watlington eased past visitors Clifton Hampden by eight wickets.

Ali Kushi took 4-8 in Clifton’s 120-8, before Steve Strong hit 64 not out to steer Watlington to 121-2.

Duncan Macdonald starred with bat and ball to help Kilkenny to a three-wicket win at Brill in Division 3.

He took 3-30 and Chris May 3-10 to help restrict Brill to 156-9, and then scored 60 as Kilkenny reached 157-7.

Risinghurst’s Lokeschwar Bandhu claimed 6-28 to lead his side to a 69-run win at Chadlington.

Bampton ran out 25-run winners at Dorchester.

They set 239-7, Ben King top-scoring with 42 not out and Harry Platt taking 4-52.

Russell King then took 3-56 as Dorchester were restricted to 214-7, Chris Rudling hitting 51.

Kidlington beat hosts Marcham by 41 runs on the TS method.

Andy Oliver (64) and Craig Woods (51) in Kidlington’s 261-6.

After the loss of ten overs due to rain, Marcham’s target was revised to 241, but they managed only 200-9, Thomas Mooring hitting 62 and Edd Wilmot taking 4-28.

Broughton & North Newington defeated hosts West Ilsley by six wickets.

Three wickets apiece for Stuart and James Morgan helped to dismiss West Ilsley for 149.

Paul Derry (62no) then led Broughton to 151-4.

In Division 4, a haul of 5-22 for Manoj Perera was in vain as Shrivenham lost by three wickets at Steventon.

Shrivenham were all out for 117, Alex Bowles hitting 50 not out and Phil Armstrong taking 4-15.

Steventon then made 118-7, despite Perera’s fine haul.

Deddington defeated Sunningwell by seven wickets.

Ramesh Chennagiri was the star of the show with super spell of 7-33 as Sunningwell were dismissed for 81, which proved no problem for the hosts.

Radley ran out thrilling three-run winners at Uffington in a low-scoring clash.

They were bowled out for 105, Tom Fillery taking 3-28.

But, despite 43 not out for Martin Key, Uffington then slumped to 102 all out, Naheem Ahmed claiming 3-12.

SIMON Palmer returned superb figures of 6-11 as Kennington thumped visitors Freeland by 112 runs in Division 5.

Batting first, Kennington set 229-4, James Crook hitting 83 and Graham Rowley 78 not out.

Palmer then took centre stage as Freeland fell for 117.

Oxenford 2nd beat Tetsworth 2nd by 37 runs, despite a haul of 5-16 from Haider Zaman for Tetsworth, while Wolvercote 2nd saw off visitors Yarnton & Cowley 2nd by six wickets, as they successfully chased down Yarnton’s 159 all out.

In Division 6, Santha Thirupathi took 5-34 as Letcombe edged out visitors Chesterton by one wicket.

Chesterton were bowled out for 109, Jimmy Appleton scoring 64 not out.

Phil Austin then hit 41 as the hosts squeezed home at 110-9.

Middleton Cheney 2nd beat visitors Dorchester 2nd by seven wickets.

Barry White was on song for Cheney, taking 4-14 in Dorchester’s 146 all out, Ian Ferris top-scoring with 56.

Cheney then eased in at 147-3, Harry Boynton top-scoring with 37.

Edward Burns hit 64 as Wootton & Boars Hill 2nd beat Wolvercote 3rd by 39 runs.

Wootton set 190-8, and then Simon Steer claimed 5-36 as Wolvercote were all out for 151.

Hook Norton 2nd eased to a 156-run win at Stanton Harcourt 2nd in Division 7 North.

Grant Wallis hit 77 not out in Hooky’s 244-9, before Oscar Raisbeck claimed 5-28 as Stanton were shot out for 88.

Kidlington 3rd hammered visitors Deddington 2nd by 164 runs.

After posting 216-7, Kidlington’s Jacob Oliver took 4-25 as Deddington were dismissed for 52.

Elsewhere, Chipping Norton 2nd shot Stonesfield 2nd out for 41 in a seven-wicket victory, while Oxenford 3rd saw off hosts Charlbury 3rd by 23 runs.

Faringdon 2nd defeated visitors Steventon 2nd by six wickets in their Division 7 South clash.

Simon Cornish took 4-24 in Steventon’s 164 all out, before Alan Johnson (44no) and Jonathan Ritchie 39 not out saw Faringdon comfortably home to 167-4.

Bampton 2nd’s Harry Curtis took 5-16 and Thomas Jones 5-27 to help their side to a 72-run win against Kennington 2nd.