FARINGDON slumped to 22 all out as they were hammered by ten wickets by Westcott in Division 1.

The severely depleted visitors found themselves at an incredible 5-7 as their top seven all fell for ducks, the first five runs coming from wides, before Ian Warner top-scored with just 11.

For good measure, their No 11, Fin Johnson, became the eighth player to record a duck.

Rehman Ullah took 5-4 and Waqas Ur-Rehman 3-9 for the hosts.

In reply, Westcott knocked off the meagre target in just 4.2 overs.

At the top of the table, Witney Swifts marched on with a 50-run victory at Stonesfield.

Swifts set 277-9 as George Seacole hit 91 and Nigel Hume 82 not out, Steve Litten taking 6-50 for the home side.

George Redknap (63) and Tim Wyatt (54) were fluent for Stonesfield, but they managed only 227-9.

Oxenford kept up the pressure, beating bottom side Marsh Gibbon by 26 runs.

Tim Rayden hit 66 not out and Ayyaz Mallick 47 in Oxenford’s 228-6, before Marsh Gibbon fell for 202, despite a fine 83 from Stuart Leonard.

Des Smith hit 81 not out for Middleton Cheney in their three-wicket win over visitors Wolvercote.

Wolvercote set 209-6, Tohsif Manzoor hitting 70 and Angus Gardner-Morrison 63.

Cheney then reached 212-7, Ryan Markham chipping in with 51.

Garsington & Cowley saw off visitors Chipping Norton by 16 runs.

They posted 184-7, before restricting Chippy to 168 all out in reply.

In Division 2, Shaun Morton struck 104 not out to help leaders Wootton & Boars Hill to a 57-run win over Tetsworth.

Ben Procter (59) also shone in Wootton’s 258-8.

Arun Patel then struck 104 for Tetsworth, but they fell to 201 all out as Billy Webb took 3-40.

East & West Hendred are just a point behind following a 30-run win over Bampton.

Jack Mulford (91) and Andy Francis (64) helped Hendred to 263-7, and then Mulford claimed 3-27 and Carl Palmer 3-31 in Bampton’s 233 all out, for whom Ted Landray scored 97 and Jack Payne 71.

Hanborough’s Martin Oliver took 5-33 to help his side to a five-wicket win over Cairns Fudge.

Fudge were all out for 114, allowing Hanborough to ease home at 115-5.

Clifton Hampden saw off hosts Stanton Harcourt by 39 runs.

Morley Benson (70no) and Richard Beard (70) helped Clifton to 207-5.

Darren Clark led the way with 4-54 and Julian Hitchman rolled back the years with 3-40 as Stanton were dismissed for 168.

Tom Poole was the star of the show with 4-6 to help Kilkenny to a 26-run win at Watlington.

Robbie Nicholson blasted a brilliant century as Combe hammered hosts Dorchester by 146 runs in Division 3.

Nicholson hit 113 and Tom Dingwall 64 as Combe racked up 265-8, Richard Sharman taking 4-51.

Dorchester then fell for 119 as Connor Kirby took 3-15.

Andy Wynd hit an unbeaten 116 as Brill beat hosts Kidlington by six wickets.

Sheraz Khan took 5-58 in Kidlington’s 234 all out, Craig Woods top-scoring with 89.

Wynd and Andy Parke (69) then led Brill home at 235-4.

Hook Norton marched on at the top with an eight-wicket win at Radley.

After skittling their hosts for 88, Adam Bennett taking 4-20, Hooky cruised to 91-2 as Jordan Glazier hit 53 not out.

Elsewhere, Risinghurst beat Marcham by five wickets, while Broughton & North Newington defeated Wantage by seven wickets.

In Division 4, Chadlington returned to winning ways with a 103-run success at Oxenford 2nd.

Richard Ingram top-scored with 66 in Chadlington’s 208-8, before he starred with ball in hand, taking 4-17 in Oxenford’s 105 all out.

Uffington remain winless after a three-wicket defeat against West Ilsley.

They set 184-9, Andy Radcliffe hitting 66, only for Ilsley to edge in at 185-7.

Witney Swifts 2nd crushed Deddington by 118 runs, despite setting only 174 all out. Mark Horne starred, his 4-10 sending Deddington to 56 all out.

Wolvercote 2nd saw off visitors Shrivenham by five wickets as Sami Khawaja’s 88 helped them to the victory target of 157.

Letcombe were bowled out with the scores level in a thrilling tie with visitors East & West Hendred 2nd in Division 5.

Dom McKenna (52) and Miles Martin (50) saw Hendred to 186-7, Jerry May taking 6-47.

Alex Simms led Letcombe’s reply with 51, but with the scores level, Pete Beckley took the crucial last wicket to secure a thrilling tie.

Freeland cruised past hosts Wolvercote 3rd by nine wickets.

Division 6 leaders Steventon 2nd lost for the first time as Chesterton ran out 53-run victors.

Graham White (78) helped the hosts to 206-9, before Paul Davis took 4-49 as Steventon fell for 153.

Liam Walker’s 108 not out helped Swinbrook to a 64-run win over Watlington 2nd.

Swinbrook set 234-7 thanks to Walker’s ton and then veteran Richard Parker took 6-40 as Watlington fell for 170.

Elsewhere, Hook Norton 2nd beat Dorchester 2nd by 56 runs, while Oxenford 3rd ran out six-run victors over Kidlington 2nd.

Dan Taylor returned brilliant figures of 7-11 as Stonesfield 2nd crushed hosts Deddington 2nd by ten wickets in Division 7 North.

Taylor’s haul skittled Deddington for 53, then Ben Hayes hit 35 not out as Stonesfield eased to 54-0.

Barry White was on song for Middleton Cheney 2nd as his 5-18 helped his side to a 75-run win at Witney Swifts 3rd.

Cheney set 176-9, before White’s haul sent Swifts tumbling to 101 all out.

Chipping Norton 2nd edged past visitors Stanton Harcourt by nine runs, while there was an even tighter finish at Kidlington 3rd, who squeezed past Charlbury 4th by one run.