SHRIVENHAM are the early pace-setters in Division 1 after securing a 47-run win at home to Stonesfield.

Batting first, Shrivenham were well set on 165-3 with ten overs to go, thanks to a 51 from Will Snell and 43 from Charan Chahal.

But a middle-order collapse, sparked by Tom Gubbins’s hat-trick in figures of 4-42, saw them slump to 205 all out.

Tim Wyatt top-scored with 55 in Stonesfield’s reply, but they fell to 158 all out, Chahal taking 4-32.

Charlbury crashed to a ten-wicket defeat at home to Faringdon, for whom Nigel Hume starred.

Hume took 5-22 in Charlbury’s 112 all out, and hit 77 not out to lead his side to 116-0.

Great Horwood also posted a tenwicket win as they thumped Yarnton & Cowley.

Robbie Taylor took 6-37 to help skittle the visitors for 74, before Stuart Parker (38no) led Horwood to 75-0.

In Division 2, East & West Hendred maintained their 100 per cent record with a five-wicket win at ten-man Marsh Gibbon.

Sat Vadivale hit 85 not out to help Marsh to 150-6, before Jon Francis led Hendred’s reply with 61 not out as they reached 153-5.

Wolvercote also kept their perfect record intact with a 34-run win at Wantage.

Steven Hunt took a five-wicket haul to help Chadlington to an 83-run win at home to Witney Swifts.

Mark Lambert (41), Andy Brown (39) and Matthew Bailey (35) helped Chadlington to 221-7.

Hunt claimed 5-23 as Swifts were shot out for 138 in reply.

Wootton & Boars Hill beat hosts Broughton & North Newington by five wickets.

Westcott made it three wins in a row in Division 3, courtesy of a three-wicket win at home to Fringford.

The visitors set 173-5 as Tony Burcham hit 57 not out, but a patient 67 not out from Mark Strong saw the hosts to 175-7 to secure victory.

Hari Lehel’s 85 not out was the main contribution in Kidlington’s 226-7 against visitors Marcham.

Edd Wilmot chipped in with 59, before taking 3-0 in five balls as Marcham were all out for 161.

In Division 4, Risinghurst made it three wins in a row as they thumped Uffington by 109 runs.

Five home players scored 25 or more, but only Rakesh Nambiar (34) past thirty in his side’s 197-7.

Nambiar then claimed 3-29 as Uffington were shot out for 88.

Brill edged a thrilling clash at Britwell Salome by two runs to maintain their perfect start to the season in Division 5.

Alex Eason (56) was the main contribution in Brill’s 131 all out, Ross Matthews taking 4-14 and Neil Lawrence 4-20.

In reply, Britwell’s David Coates hit 37, but they fell just short on 129 all out as Thomas Broughton took 4-26.

Gary Lee shone with 84 for Great Horwood 2nd to help his side to a 32- run win at Garsington.

Horwood posted 182-7, Greg Saunders chipping in with 63.

James Waddington then claimed 3-18 as Garsington fell for 150, Nigel Coltman hitting 45.

AARON Huish took 6-24, but finished on the losing side as Hanney ran out two-wicket winners over Tetsworth 2nd in Division 6.

Tetsworth were shot out for 103, but despite Huish’s haul, Hanney edged to 104-8.

Adam Taylor scored a century to help Shrivenham 2nd to a 24-run win at East & West Hendred 2nd.

Abdur Rasheed Khan’s 6-30 helped Radley 2nd to a fourrun win at Faringdon 2nd.

Robert Glenny took 6-29 as leaders Wolvercote 2nd saw off Steventon by 13 runs.

Combe, boosted by the return of batsman Robbie Nicholson, were too strong for Uffington 2nd in Division 7 as they ran out 178-run winners.

Nicholson hit 132 not out and Chris Moore 101 not out as Combe racked up 273-2, before Uffington were shot out for 95, Mike Eeley taking 3-17.

Waqas Ali’s 90 helped Yarnton & Cowley 2nd beat Hanborough 2nd by 103 runs.

In Division 8, Chalgrove edged past Britwell Salome 2nd by two wickets to go top.

William Doar took a hat-trick in figures of 6-24 to help Chadlington 2nd to a 129-run win at Dorchester 2nd.

Stanton Harcourt 2nd thrashed Sunningwell 2nd by 179 runs.

Ryan Wastie (71) and Drew Tweedy (63) helped Stanton set a formidable 271-7.

Arun White claimed 4-9 and Wastie 3-8 as Sunningwell fell for 92.

Chesterton are the early leaders in Division 9 after beating visitors Kennington 2nd by 130 runs.

Pete Talbot (54) top-scored in Chesterton’s 226-8, and Daren Trinder claimed 5-6 – his second consecutive fivewicket haul – as Kennington fell for 96.