ASHLEY Rump had a field day on the opening day of the OCA League season with a spectacular 196 not out in his side’s 134-run victory at home to Radley.

Rump slammed Radley’s attack to all corners as he helped Charlbury post 274-7.

Radley never got close in reply, falling to 140 all out as Bimalka Liyanarachchi took 3-31.

Chipping Norton’s first game back in the top flight ending in a crushing nine-wicket defeat at Great Horwood.

Simon Ridgway claimed 6-13 as Chippy were shot out for 64, before Sam Willett hit 36 not out to see Horwood to 68-1.

In Division 2, there was an opening day hat-trick for Mark Baring – his first ever treble – as East & West Hendred thumped Witney Swifts by eight wickets.

Swifts must have regretted their decision to bat first as they were rolled over for just 79 as Baring took 3-20 and Kashif Rashid 3-9.

Hendred eased to 82-2 to secure maximum points.

Cairns Fudge edged out visitors Wootton & Boars Hill by ten runs.

Tom Small (54) helped Fudge post 153 all out, and then Jamie Clark (4-23) and James Robertson (3-23) combined to dismiss the visitors for 143, despite 57 from Shaun Morton and 45 from Marc Glover.

Richard Oliver’s half-century saw Wolvercote to 201 all out at Clifton Hampden as they ran out 93-run winners.

Mohammed Shafqat was the star with the ball for Wolvercote, taking 4-20 to help dismiss the hosts for 108.

In Division 3, much-fancied Eynsham crashed to a 68-run defeat at home to Tetsworth.

Eynsham, with a host of new signings, were chasing 180 after Dave Harris took 4-40.

But Sailesh Babu (4-19) helped to shoot the home side out for 112.

Darren Gordon (62) and Tom Poole (56) helped Kilkenny to 222-9 at Fringford, which proved way beyond the home side.

Kashif Hafeez (3-26) and Chris May (3-44) shone with the ball as Fringford were all out for 140 in their reply.

Hanborough saw off hosts Kidlington by 48 runs.

They managed only 142-8 batting first as Dan Farrant (3-24) and Steve Litten (3-37) bowled tidily for Kidlington.

But Richard Brown then claimed 4-30 as Kidlington struggled to 94 all out.

Westcott were too strong for visitors Stanton Harcourt as they eased to an eight-wicket win.

Alimar Khan was the star of the show, taking 3-20 in Stanton’s 134 all out, before hitting 56 not out to lead Westcott to 136-2.

In Division 4, newly-promoted Sunningwell edged past visitors Uffington by 17 runs.

Nigel Lovell top-scored with 51 in Sunningwell’s 131 all out, Peter Jones taking 5-31 and Tom Fillery 4-14.

Martin Waugh (4-23) and Ben Roberts (3-13) then combined to dismiss Uffington for 114.

Swinbrook defeated visitors Deddington by eight wickets.

Stuart Bullen took 4-19 and Jack Morland 3-17 in Deddington’s 94 all out, and then Andrew Wingfield Digby hit 35 not out in Swinbrook’s 95-2.

Dorchester kicked off with a 35-run win at Watlington.

Richard Sharman’s 47 helped Dorchester to 148 all out, before Jasper Gooder took 4-19 in Watlington’s 113 all out.

Brill easily saw off visitors Kennington by 108 runs in Division 5.

They reached 200-7 thanks to Colin Young (63) and Phil Chanel (40no), and then Andy Wynd claimed 4-11 as Kennington crashed to 92 all out.

Adam Bennett’s 5-7 from ten tight overs proved the difference as Hook Norton beat hosts Britwell Salome by four wickets.

Britwell managed only 103 all out thanks to Bennett’s haul, then Rob Webb (37) saw Hooky to 104-6.