Louis Pennington's fine haul of 4-17 was not enough to inspire Oxfordshire Under 11s to victory against Berkshire.

After winning the toss and electing to field, Pennington's fine opening spell and Nick Lancaster kept the Berkshire batsmen in check.

Angus Brown chipped in with 3-17, while there were three direct hits for run-outs by Brown, Pennington and Ben Reid.

The last seven Berkshire wickets fell for just 35 runs as they were bowled out for 128.

Oxfordshire got off to a bad start in their reply, losing two quick wickets to be struggling at 7-2.

They steadied the ship, only to be reduced to 39-5 just after the first drinks break.

After that, wickets fell regularly as Oxfordshire were bowled out for 60 to lose by 68 runs.