OXFORDSHIRE made it two wins in a row with a 253-run thumping of Wales in their Western Division match at St Edward’s School, Oxford.

The star of the show was Banbury left-arm spinner Olly Clarke, who took 7-99 in the visitors' second innings of 206 all out, giving him stunning match figures of 12-157.

The teenager also shone with a second innings half-century in a Unicorns Counties Championship game to remember.

Not far behind him was skipper Jonny Cater, who not only scored two fifties, but also claimed nine victims behind the wicket, including three second-innings stumpings off Clarke.

This is a remarkable transformation for Oxfordshire after they lost their opening match against Berkshire by nine wickets.

They set up the winning position on the first two days and completed the job shortly after lunch.

Set a mammoth victory target of 460, Wales started the final day on 48-2, and the overnight pair of Joe Voke and Majied Ilyas almost doubled the total before Clarke trapped the latter lbw.

In the next over, seamer Joe Butcher dismissed first innings top-scorer Oliver Kolk for a duck.

Tom Smith was stumped off Clarke, who then ended the resistance of Voke – caught behind by Cater for 62.

Tom Bevan showed some defiance with 50 off 68 balls, but the wickets continued to tumble as Clarke improved his best Oxon figures for the second successive day.

The coup de grace was delivered by first-innings century hero Richard Kaufman just before 3pm.

Oxon will look forward to their next match against Herefordshire at Brockhampton, starting on August 5.