FARINGDON booked their place in the final of the OCA League’s Airey Cup with a six-wicket win at Great Horwood on Sunday.

Rob Owen (4-52) and Will Oglesby (3-35) restricted Horwood to 143-9.

Oglesby struck 52 not out and Jack Tomes 48 to steer Faringdon home at 146-4.

They will meet Wolvercote in the final on August 28 at Stonesfield.

In the league, East & West Hendred’s faltering Division 1 title push suffered a terminal blow as hosts Stonesfield secured a 36-run victory.

Shoaib Ahmed struck 72 to help Stonesfield to 205-6.

Ian Clewley hit 57 in Hendred’s reply, but they managed only 169-9 to suffer defeat which ends their hopes.

In Division 2, second-placed Wootton & Boars Hill secured a 69-run victory at Marsh Gibbon.

Wootton were dismissed for 130 all out as Sat Vadivale took 4-27.

But Billy Webb claimed 5-10 to run through the Marsh Gibbon card for 61 and secure victory.

Wantage had a day to forget as they were shot out for 47 to crash to a nine-wicket defeat at Clifton Hampden.

Laurence Harvey was chief-destroyer with 5-10, and then Andrew Pynegar hit 33 not out to steer Clifton to 48-1.

In Division 4, Brill’s six-wicket victory at home to West Ilsley keeps them well on course for the title.Tom Broughton (3-20) and Andy Wynd (3-42) combined to dismiss the visitors for 145, before Dale Sweetman struck 90 to steer Brill to 146-4.Bampton kept themselves in the hunt with a four-wicket win at Sunningwell.

Simon Launder returned 6-23 in Sunningwell’s 115 all out, before Bampton reached 119-6, thanks largely to Edward Landray’s 55.

Dorchester cruised to a ten-wicket victory at home to Marcham after they chased down the visitors’ 170 without losing a wicket.

Tom Beresford top-scored with 80 in Marcham’s 170 all out, Harry Platt taking 4-37.

Richard Sharman (89no) and Adrian Redhead (69no) then helped Dorchester cruise in at 172-0.

Steventon shocked Division 5 leaders Hook Norton with a four-run win on the target score (TS) method.

Adam Bennett took 5-40 as visitors Steventon set 194 all out before heavy rain reduced Hooky’s reply to 28 overs.

The adjusted target was 140, but Hooky finished short on 136-8 as Phil Armstrong claimed 4-23.

Radley eased to a seven-wicket win over Hailey & West Witney.

Batting first, Hailey were bowled out for 151, Sean King hitting 48 and Richard Cook taking 4-16.

Ashley Pike then struck 76 not out in Radley’s reply, leading them home at 154-3.

In Division 8 South, Letcombe eased to a five-wicket win at Marcham 2nd.Daniel Jacob took 5-25 in Marcham’s 146 all out, Neil Patel top-scoring with 52.Steve Lewis then struck 62 not out as Letcombe eased to 149-5.a haul of 5-7 from Stephen Boag helped Steventon 2nd to an eight-wicket win at home to Sunningwell 2nd.

Sunningwell were shot out for 66, Chris Bennett also taking 3-10.

Dave Imrie (32) then led Steventon to 67-2.

Watlington 2nd skittled visitors Uffington 2nd for just 32 to secure an eight-wicket victory.

Rama Garimella took 5-12 and Patrick Sunderland 3-0.