JOE Leonard smashed a superb unbeaten century as Marsh Gibbon saw off Chipping Norton by 13 runs in Group 2 of the Airey Cup.

It was Marsh Gibbon skipper Leonard’s second successive ton and the 136 not out steered them to 259-4 in their 40 overs.

He was well supported by Philip Webb (50).

Chippy put up a terrific chase as Jahanagir Qureshi hit 62 and Imran Hussain 52, but they finished just short on 246-9, Tom Leonard taking 3-16.

Wootton & Boars Hill edged out Cairns Fudge by one wicket.

Simon Steer took 3-12 to help dismiss hosts Fudge for 126, before Cameron King hit 36 as Wootton edge in at 129-9.

Combe defeated Hook Norton by two wickets in a low-scoring affair.

Julian Chaundy (4-26) and Robbie Nicholson (3-12) shone as Hooky were shot out for 108.

Chaundy then hit 31 as Combe edged to 109-8.

Alimar Khan hit 95 not out to lead Westcott to a seven-wicket win at Middleton Cheney.

Cheney’s Greg Pearson had earlier scored 71 in their 165 all out, Nick Thomas taking 4-17, before Westcott eased to 169-3.

Oxenford beat Stanton Harcourt by seven wickets.

Samir Khan (4-21) and Waqas Mir (3-26) dismissed Stanton for 105, before Harry Sturgess (48no) led Oxenford to 106-3.

Witney Swifts maintained their unbeaten record in Group 1 with a comprehensive 93-run win against Tetsworth.

Swifts batted first, and racked up a formidable 241-5.

Skipper Kieran Foggett led the way with a superb unbeaten 70, while Ashley Horne (53) and Charlie Fisher (30) also chipped in.

In their reply, only Laxmikant Narane really got going with 33 at the top of the order.

But with George Seacole taking 4-35 and Redd Pratley 3-44, Tetsworth fell to 148 all out.

Stonesfield saw off visitors East & West Hendred by 26 runs.

Winning the toss, Stonesfield batted first and Shoaib Ahmed (45), Tim Wyatt (40) and James

Grist-Perkins (31) helped them to 204 all out.

Doug Hilliam claimed 4-32 for Hendred.

Tom Gubbins (3-18) helped reduce Hendred to 128-7, before Steve Litten (3-43) mopped up the tail as Hendred fell to 178 all out.

Faringdon beat Watlington by ten runs in an exciting clash.

Rob Brown (58) saw Faringdon to 170 all out, before Piers Batchelor took 3-21 as Watlington were all out for 160.

Garsington & Cowley overcame Clifton Hampden by 55 runs.

Uzair Ahmed (70) helped Garsington to 207-7 and then Khurshid Khan (3-21) and Majid Khan (3-30) combined to dismiss Clifton for 152.

Edd Priest scored his first competitive century as he helped Witney Swifts 2nd to a crushing 125-run victory at Deddington in Group 1 of the Telegraph Cup.

Priest was dropped on three, but went on to score 101 not out. Jason Seacole added 63 not out as Swifts rattled up 265-3.

Deddington got nowhere near in their reply, being held to 140-7, Simon Oldfield hitting 73 not out.

Risinghurst won a thriller at Wolvercote 2nd by just one run.

A superb innings of 63 not out from Saurabh Mehrotra helped Risinghurst to 201-6.

Ben Madden then hit 87 in Wolvercote’s reply, but Risinghurst just clung on as Wolvercote closed on 200-6.

Broughton & North Newington were too strong for hosts Kidlington, running out seven-wicket winners.

Kidlington were all out for 180, despite 64 from Edd Willmot.

James Walton then hit 96 to lead Broughton home at 182-3.

Brill beat Freeland by four wickets as Tom Broughton took brilliant figures of 5-10 to help bowl the visitors out for just 123.

In Group 2, Thom Airs’s haul of 5-31 was all in vain as Dorchester lost an enthralling clash at Tetsworth 2nd by one wicket.

Dan Alderson had earlier hit 58 to help Dorchester to 169-8 in their 40 overs, Sunil Gill taking 3-37.

Airs took three wickets in his last two overs as Tetsworth staggered, but they snuck over the winning line at 170-9.

West Ilsley ran out six-wicket winners at home to Steventon.

Michael Channon took 5-13 as Steventon fell for 160 and then Ross Wise (59no) and Matthew Fowler (52no) led Ilsley home at 161-4.

Marcham saw off hosts Wantage by three wickets.

Electing to bat, Wantage set 158 all out, Rob O’Kelly top-scoring with 3-25 and Freddie Deans taking 3-4.

Thomas Mooring then hit 68 not out to lead Marcham to victory at 160-7.

Oxenford 2nd dismissed visitors Sunningwell for 121 to set up a seven-wicket win.

East & West Hendred 2nd made it three wins from three to sit top of the Steve Dixon Cup group.

They posted a comprehensive 125-run victory against visitors Chesterton after setting 215-7, Andy Broadbent leading the way with 57.

Sam Forrest claimed 4-16 as Chesterton slumped to 90 all out.

Letcombe beat visitors Hook Norton 2nd by one wicket.

Hooky slumped from 73-3 to 139-9 as Laura Jacobs took 4-24.

In reply, Letcombe were struggling at 53-6, but a fine 50-run stand between Danny Taylor (56no) and Meher Chilukiri got them back into the game and they edged home at 140-9, Frazer Lovatt taking 5-14 for Hooky.

Raj Kumar (70) helped Risinghurst to a 24-run win at home to Kidlington 2nd.

The hosts set 251-5, before Kidlington reached 227-8 in their reply, Razwan Dogar hitting 53 and Jonah Clarke 50.

Leon Nurse returned magnificent figures of 7-19 to help Uffington to an 88-run victory at Steventon 2nd.

Earlier, Mark Tugwell (69) helped Uffington to 164 all out, before Nurse starred in a six-over spell as Steventon fell for 76.

Stonesfield 2nd remain the class act in the Osberton Radiators Cup, after an eight-wicket triumph at Dorchester 2nd.

Bowling their hosts out for just 94, Stonesfield eased home at 99-2 thanks to Ben Hayes (44no) and Mark Hatton (43).

Golden Sparrows edged past Sunningwell 2nd by two wickets in a low-scoring clash.

They bowled Sunningwell out for 77, before sneaking to 78-8, despite four wickets apiece for Sanjay Kumar and Martin Waugh.

Harwell International chased down Chipping Norton 2nd’s 212-8 to secure a seven-wicket win, thanks to a fine 83 from Ramesh Radharapu, while Fringford’s James Smith took remarkable figures of 4-0 from five overs to help his side to an eight-wicket win at Kidlington 3rd.