MARSH Gibbon moved off the foot of Division 2 after a thrilling three-wicket win at home to Witney Swifts – their second match in as many days.

On Sunday, Sat Vadivale (3-17) and Joe Leonard (3-19) helped bowl Swifts out for 140 in the OCA League clash, but the visitors looked certain winners as they reduced Marsh to 88-7.

However, Julian Chambers (46no) secured Marsh’s victory, leading his side to 141-7.

A day earlier, they had been no match for leaders East & West Hendred as they lost by 135 runs.

Hendred posted 213-9, Jason Fisher scoring 48 and Tom Leonard taking 4-62.

Marsh were all out for 78 in reply, Mark Baring taking 3-6.

Fringford saw off visitors Westcott by 12 runs in a Division 3 derby clash.

The home side had been restricted to 157-9, but Westcott fell for 145 as Ian Hedley took 4-16 and Phil King 3-19, Mark Strong finishing unbeaten on 53.

Brill stayed in touch with Bampton at the top of Division 5 after a six-wicket win at home to Britwell Salome.

Stuart Symes’s 64 was the main contribution in Britwell’s 150.

Jeremy Mansfield (55no) and Andy Parke (38) helped the visitors ease home at 151-4.

Chesterton extended their lead in Division 9 to a massive 110 points after a 103-run win at Kennington 2nd.

Pete Whitlock struck 54 in Chesterton’s 163 all out.

Simon Morse (3-8), James Vickers (3-14) and Harinath Ellanki (3-22) then combined to dismiss the home side for just 60.

Westcott 2nd moved up to third after a nine-wicket win at home to Hook Norton 2nd.

Jamie Wiles claimed 4-7 in Hooky’s 85 all out, and then Mike Herriott scored 38 not out to lead Westcott to 89-1.