OLLY Tice bludgeoned a brilliant unbeaten 166 as Westbury outplayed Kimble to march on at the top of Cherwell League Division 4 with a crushing 220-run victory.

Batting first, Westbury raced to 341-4 dec in just 43 overs as Tice and Ben Rae (77) ran riot.

Charlie Harper then claimed 6-27 and Graham Judd 3-36 as Kimble crumbled to 121 all out.

Bicester & North Oxford remain unbeaten, but only just – after struggling to a draw at Stokenchurch.

The home side were 230 all out in the 51st over and although Nick Moorman scored 39 in Bicester’s reply, the visitors were never in the hunt, just holding out for a draw at 164-9.

Twyford moved up to seventh in Division 1 after seeing off hosts Horspath 2nd by two wickets.

Jack Deal (3-45) was the pick of the Twyford attack as Horspath were limited to 234-9 from their 50 overs.

Zabiullah Saeed (46no) and Lachlan Roberts (43) then led Twyford’s reply as they reached 235-8 with more than 12 overs to spare.

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts lost by 75 runs at home to Abingdon Vale in Division 2.

Nondies put the visitors into bat, with Vale registering 220-5 from their 53 overs, thanks to an 91-run unbroken sixth-wicket partnership of Joe Butcher (67no) and Graham Charlesworth (43no).

In reply, Nondies, who are battling against relegation, were never in the hunt.

Only Chris Day, No 7, got to grips with the Vale attack, hitting nine boundaries in his 37, but Nondies quickly subsided to 145 all out.

Abdullah Sadiqi played the starring role for Division 7 leaders Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd, who beat hosts Long Marston 3rd by 71 runs.

Sadiqi hit 79 in Nondies’ 199-6, before taking 4-10 as Marston were all out for 128.

Bicester & North Oxford 2nd went down by 100 runs at home to Sandford St Martin 2nd.

The visitors racked up an incredible 250-0 declared thanks to a stunning display from opening pair Colin Simpson (118no) and Jim Howe (107no).

Bicester had no response as they crumbled to 150 all out.

Twyford 3rd battled out a thrilling tie at Dinton 3rd in Division 9 North.

The hosts were all out for 185 as Billy Harper took 6-22.

But Twyford fell for exactly the same score as Bill Bridgman hit 71.