EAST & West Hendred crashed to a nine-wicket defeat at home to newly crowned Division 1 champions Charlbury in the OCA League.

Tight bowling helped Charlbury dismiss Hendred for just 95 as Jake Godfrey took 3-21 and Ian Johnston 3-30.

Charlbury then raced to 97-1 to wrap up victory and the league crown, Ashley Rump hitting 49 not out.

In Division 2, Wantage slumped from 78-1 to 83 all out in an astonishing collapse at Westcott.

Ten-man Wantage looked set for a decent total as Colin Mercer hit 38 not out.

But when he lost partner Ryan Martin for 23, Wantage subsided with an incredible six ducks in a row in the middle and lower order, all bowled.

Tanveer Hussain claimed 5-45.

Keegan Collier then struck 49 to steer Westcott to 84-1.

Clifton Hampden lost by 168 runs to Chipping Norton.

They racked up 232-6, Ian Widdows scoring 74 and Imran Nizai 51.

Rhys Warner-Carter then took 5-10 as Clifton were bowled out for just 64 in their reply.

Watlington lost by two wickets at Kilkenny in Division 3.

Jason Trinder was the star with the ball, taking 6-47 in Watlington’s 170 all out.

Darren Gordon then struck 83 not out to steer Kilkenny home at 171-8.

Marcham fell to a six-wicket defeat at newly-crowned Division 4 champions Brill.

Andy Wynd (4-30), Ben Jackson (3-16) and Tom Broughton (3-39) combined to bowl Marcham out for 103.

Jeremey Mansfield’s 46 not out then led Brill to 104-4 and the title.

Dorchester saw off visitors Deddington by four wickets in Division 4.

Three wickets apiece for Lucas Pugh, Thom Airs and Harry Platt helped to dismiss Deddington for 149, Will Evans top-scoring with 75.

Adrian Redhead then scored 49 and 15-year-old Matt Webber 44 not out to lead Dorchester home at 150-6.

A brilliant 128 not out from Adam Barnes helped West Ilsley to a formidable 267-7 to set up a 177-run victory at home to Uffington.

Britwell Salome dented Combe’s promotion hopes in Division 5 with a 17-run victory.

Hassan Khushi’s excellent 98 not out saw Britwell set 206-5 in their 45 overs.

Combe, without their star batsman Robbie Nicholson, were then bowled out for 189 as Nick Humphries and Zaffir Hussain took three wickets apiece.

Steventon suffered a five-wicket defeat at home to Ducklington.

Dan Bradley’s 73 was the main contribution in Steventon’s 163 all out, Kane Lewis taking 4-29.

Ducklington eased home at 164-5 as George Townsend hit 35 and Ryan Lewis 32 not out.

Radley fell to a 64-run defeat at champions Hook Norton.

Matthew Flower top-scored with 68 not out and Richard Cherry scored 61 in Hooky’s 230-6.

Max Harris then claimed 3-27 as Radley were bowled out for 166, despite 55 from Peter Davenport.

Kennington beat hosts Wolvercote 2nd by six wickets, but will finish in the bottom two.

Russell Vircavs claimed 4-37 in Wolvercote’s 182 all out.

Ben Andre scored 98 as Kennington reached 186-4.

Shrivenham fell to a four-wicket defeat at Kidlington 2nd in Division 6.

They were bowled out for 208, Adam Taylor hitting 58 and Jeremy Launchbury taking 4-55.

Andy Oliver (60) then led Kidlington’s reply as they reached 211-6.

Wootton & Boars Hill 2nd won a high scoring Division 6 clash against visitors East & West Hendred by four wickets.

Batting first, Hendred racked up 241-3 as Andy Broadbent hit 82, Nigel Hutt 69 not out and Dom McKenna 63.

But Anthony Benson (92) and Myles Falkner (73) saw Wootton to 243-6 in a fine run chase.

Dorchester 2nd closed the gap on Division 8 South leaders to just two points after a 92-run victory.

Chris Rudling top-scored with 59 in Dorchester’s 164 all out.

But the star of the show was Will Anastasiadis, who took 6-28 in 11.3 overs as hosts Letcombe were bowled out for just 72.

Sunningwell 2nd thrashed hosts Uffington 2nd by ten wickets.

Matthew Purbrick claimed 6-36 as Uffington were bowled out for 134, and then Geoff Corps hit 65 not out and Richard Smith 53 not out to steer Sunningwell home at 136-0.

Steventon 2nd beat hosts Marcham 2nd by 100 runs.