DIVISION 1 leaders Witney Swifts crashed to only their second defeat when losing by 63 runs at home to Oxenford.

Tom Partridge top-scored with 90 not out in the visitors’ 187-7, George Seacole taking 4-20.

Waqas Mir took 5-11 and Stephen Wright 4-40 as Swifts were dismissed for 124.

Billy Webb’s all-round performance helped Wootton & Boars Hill to a 12-run win at Faringdon.

He top-scored with 46 in Wootton’s 148 all out, Alex Robinshaw taking 5-30.

Webb then claimed 5-22 as Faringdon fell for 136 in their reply.

East & West Hendred brushed aside hosts Marsh Gibbon by 91 runs.

Jon Francis (62no) shone in Hendred’s 207-6, before Carl Palmer took 4-38 as Marsh were all out for 116.

Wolvercote lost by three wickets against visitors Westcott, for whom Rehman Ullah took 5-31 as the hosts were restricted to 167-6.

Yarnton & Cowley saw off visitors Stonesfield by 68 runs.

Majid Khan’s 77 helped Yarnton to 195 all out, before he then took 5-31 to send Stonesfield tumbling to 127 all out.

Darren De Bruyn had a superb day for Chipping Norton in their 132-run Division 2 victory over Tetsworth.

De Bruyn finished 78 not out in Chippy’s 252-7, and then took 7-59 as Tetsworth crashed to 120 all out.

Middleton Cheney stayed top with a crushing ten-wicket win over Stanton Harcourt.

Josh Nadin’s 5-32 helped skittle Stanton for 73, then Cheney eased to 74-0.

Watlington were humbled by ten wickets against Hanborough as they slumped to 31 all out.

Jake Halsey (5-9) and Jonny Ayris (5-16) were destroyers in chief.

Another low-scoring game saw Wantage edge past hosts Clifton Hampden’s meagre total of 68 by three wickets.

In Division 3, four wickets apiece for Tom Valentine (4-27) and Darren Gordon (4-28) helped Kilkenny to an 11-run win at Bampton.

They were all out for 145, James Barker top-scoring with 57, but Bampton then fell for 134.

Risinghurst kept up the pressure with a 57-run win at Kidlington.

After setting 226-8, Risinghurst bowled their hosts out for 168, John Thompson taking 4-39.

Brill fell to a 72-run defeat at Broughton & North Newington.

Half-centuries for Paul Derry, Andy Parsons and Ian Thomas helped Broughton set 284-5, Andy Wynd taking 4-56.

Andy Parke then hit 67 in Brill’s reply of 212.

A haul of 5-58 for Andrew Horseman helped Marcham to a seven-wicket victory over visitors West Ilsley.

Chasing Ilsley’s 180-9, Marcham eased to 181-3 as Stuart Armstrong hit 75 not out and Daniel Barnes 75.

Dorchester easily saw off visitors Chadlington by six wickets.

Restricting Chadlington to 164-6, Dorchester reached 165-4, Adrian Redhead top-scoring with 40.

Radley took over at the top of Division 4 as they won at home to previous leaders Hook Norton by 44 runs.

The hosts posted 220-7 as Ashley Pike hit 45, before Hooky made 176-9.

Deddington edged out visitors Uffington by four runs.

George Welch’s 84 not out saw the hosts post 214-8, before Ramesh Chennagiri took 4-35 as Uffington fell short on 210 all out, despite 56 for Pete Jones and 50 for Joe Braham.

Combe beat visitors Steventon by 72 runs.

Josh Lenthal (76no) led the way in Combe’s 214-9, before Julian Chaundy claimed 5-32 as Steventon slipped to 142.

On an extraordinary afternoon, Wolvercote 2nd took centre stage, hammering hosts East & West Hendred 2nd by a massive 338 runs in Division 5.

Wolvercote amassed one of the biggest scores in the league’s history on a superb track.

Tohsif Manzoor led the way with 188 and Darren Jones hit 117 as the leaders racked up 428-5 in their 45 overs.

Hendred’s batsman, exhausted at chasing leather in the hot sun, were no match to Sam Payne (3-4) and Hashim Shah (3-17) and collapsed to 90 all out, Ian Clewley scoring 55 of them.

Wolvercote are well clear of Tetsworth 2nd, who lost by five wickets at home to Yarnton & Cowley 2nd.

Tetsworth set 222-9 as Sunil Gill hit 61 and Reggie Isaac 52 not out.

Yarnton reached 223-5 with four balls to spare.

Graham Rowley (86) and James Crook (62) helped Kennington to 188-7, before Greg Ashmote took 5-17 and Simon Palmer 4-42 in Kidlington 2nd’s 97 all out.

Andy Cross’s unbeaten century was in vain for Middleton Cheney 2nd as they lost by seven wickets at Chesterton in Division 6.

Cross hit 115 not out as the visitors posted 194-4, but 69 for Harinath Ellanki and 62 not out for Vinayak Manwatkar saw Chesterton to 195-3.

Fraser Lovat and Jason Davis smashed brilliant centuries for Hook Norton as they thrashed Kidlington 3rd by 213 runs in Division 7 North.

Hooky racked up a huge 336-7 as Lovat hit 129 and Davis 106. Kidlington then fell to 123 all out in reply.

Sameer Pathak’s 147 saw Oxenford 3rd to 270-8 to set up a 195-run victory at home to Deddington 2nd.

Stanton Harcourt 2nd beat Charlbury 3rd by 59 runs.

Rob Graham hit 79 not out in Stanton’s 234 all out, before Scott Hambridge took 5-33 as Charlbury fell for 175.

In Division 7 South, an unbeaten century for Dave Webb helped Steventon 2nd to a six-wicket win against visitors Bampton 2nd.

Webb hit 110 not out for Steventon as they reached 225-4 to chase down Bampton’s 224 all out, for whom Thomas Eagle hit 70.

Faringdon 2nd defeated hosts Sunningwell 2nd by 86 runs.

Herbie Townsend (65) and Alan Johnson (62no) helped Faringdon to 223-8, and then Johnson took 4-14 as Sunningwell fell to 137 all out in reply.

Niall House took 5-13 and Jaylan Crockett 4-17 as Watlington 2nd thrashed visitors Marcham 2nd by ten wickets.