ANUPAM Sanklecha produced his third sensational eight-wicket haul of the season as Shipton-under-Wychwood destroyed Reading by 181 runs.

The Indian paceman produced club record figures of 8-8 as bottom club were shot out in just 12.2 overs for 38 in a one-sided Division 2 encounter.

Reading’s demise is believed to be one of the shortest full innings in league history.

Sanklecha had already taken 8-62 against Buckingham and 8-14 against then leaders Amersham in successive weeks earlier this season.

He went even better this time, bowling five of his victims, trapping two more lbw and having one caught.

No Reading batsman reached double-figures in an innings that lasted an hour.

Earlier Sanklecha had earlier made a half-century as Shipton reached 219 all out from 51.2 overs, after being put in to bat.

Simon Hole (47), Charlie Miller (56) and Sanklecha, whose 53 came off 52 balls, were the leading scorers, while Ollie Williams captured five wickets for Reading.

But Sanklecha surpassed that with one of the best spells in league history.

Tom Condon scored a superb century as leaders Aston Rowant rattled up 275-5 dec at home Buckingham Town.

Condon, who made 104 from 136 balls with 13 fours, shared an opening stand of 151 with Alex Jewell, whose 76 came off 93 deliveries.

Rowant, who declared when rain interrupted play, then reduced Buckingham to 84-3 on resumption, before the weather had the final say.

Thame Town were in danger of losing when their match at Great Brickhill also finished early.

Three innings from Callum Russell, Michael Beard and Hassam Mushtaq, who top scored with 49 not out, helped Thame reach 203.

The hosts appeared to be heading for victory at 144-1 from 28 overs when rain ended play.