Marcham's Jim McGeown scored a brilliant century to help his side to a massive 230-run victory over Brill in OCA League Division 2, writes Kieren Bushnell.

McGeown smashed 129 not out and Darren Pitcher 72 as Marcham rattled up 311-5.

Matt Launchbury then claimed 3-9 as Brill were shot out for 81.

Top score of the day came from Chris Allen, who piled up 156 in Watlington's 253-2 against Witney Swifts.

Steve Strong then took 4-12 as Swifts were dismissed for 155.

Letcombe edged out East & West Hendred by five runs.

They had posted 147 all out, before Dave Bowden (4-38) and Richard Taylor (3-24) combined to dismiss Hendred for 142.

Shrivenham saw off Hook Norton by 38 runs in Division 1.

Surajit Banerjee hit 60 in Shrivenham's 188-7, then Adam Tucker (5-22) restricted Hooky to 150-9.

In Division 3, Clifton Hampden thrashed Radley by ten wickets.

After restricting Radley to 130-9, Morley Benson (68no) and Dave Barber (46no) eased Clifton to the victory.

Uffington won a tight encounter against Stonesfield by nine runs.

Clive Robson (60), Alan Johnson (55) and Neil Johnson (33) helped Uffington to 205-7, then Ashley Green (3-23) helped to restrict Stonesfield to 196-8.

Amit Rawal smashed 119 and Adrian Dray 89 not out as West Ilsley rattled up a formidable 353-5 against Tetsworth 2nd.

Mick Channon chipped in with 83, then Tetsworth were restricted to 129-7 in reply.

Richard and Dave Green both hit centuries as Hanney beat Eynsham 2nd by 88 runs in Division 6.

Richard (118no) and Dave (110) helped Hanney to 278-4, with Eynsham replying with 190-7.

In Division 7, 15-year-old Conor Taylor was the star of the show for Shrivenham 2nd as they beat Wantage by 36 runs.

Taylor took brilliant figures of 8-18 as Wantage were bowled out for 163 chasing Shrivenham's 199-9.

The following day, Shrivenham 2nd lost by 18 runs to Great Horwood 2nd in the Osberton Radiators Cup final at Uffington.

Chasing 206, Shrivenham were struggling at 62-6 as Adam Armitage took 3-20.

However, Chris Sugden, with a man-of-the-match performance of 93, took Shrivenham close.