OXENFORD lifted the Airey Cup after a six-wicket victory over Wootton & Boars Hill at Chipping Norton.

Wootton opted to bat first and, after a 31-run stand for the first wicket, it appeared to be a good decision.

But the Division 2 side began to lose wickets, Amer Ali taking 3-15 from 7.1 overs, as they were dismissed for 119.

Despite the low total, Wootton made early in-roads in Oxenford’s reply.

Youngster Cameron King took two wickers in an over to help restrict the Division 1 side to 41-3.

But Junaid Aziz and Roshan Gedara stepped up to lead their side to 120-4 and a memorable win.

With the target within reach with six overs to spare, Gedara hit two sixes to help his side over the line in fine style.

Meanwhile, Radley stunned Kidlington by seven wickets to win the Telegraph Cup final.

The shock victory comes just three weeks after the teams met in Division 3 and Radley were skittled for a paltry 13.

But there was to be no repeat of that poor showing.

Captain Ali Malik took 3-10 as Kidlington were shot out for 99.

And Radley chased the runs with ease, Ashley Pike hitting 42 as they reached 101-3.

WITNEY Swifts’ Division 1 championship celebrations were put on ice as they fell to a 27-run defeat at Westcott.

Their lead has now been cut to just four points, but they do have a game in hand over second-placed Oxenford.

Westcott batted first, and led by Waqas Ur-Rehman, set 187 all out, Redd Pratley taking 4-46.

Swifts were then dismissed for 160, Kieran Foggett hitting 54 and Charlie Fisher 47.

Oxenford closed the gap with a 57-run win at home to Wolvercote.

Ayyaz Mallick (54) and Zain Iqbal (51) helped the home side to 223-8, before Wolvercote were restricted to 169-6.

Stuart Leonard’s century saw him reach 7,000 OCA League runs as Marsh Gibbon edged Chipping Norton by four runs.

Leonard struck 112 in Marsh Gibbon’s 185 all out, before Archie Mansfield took 4-46 as Chippy were bowled out just short on 181.

Elsewhere, Middleton Cheney saw off Faringdon by four wickets to confirm Faringdon’s relegation.

Garsington & Cowley beat visitors Stonesfield by the same margin.

East & West Hendred need just one more win to wrap up the Division 2 crown after a 113-run win over Hanborough secured promotion.

Jon Francis hit 78 in Hendred’s 180 all out, but the star was Doug Hilliam, who claimed 7-26 as Hanborough were routed for 67.

Wootton & Boars Hill remain second after they eased past visitors Bampton by seven wickets.

After restricting Bampton to 178-7, Wootton cruised to 179-3 as Ben Procter hit 101 not out.

A haul of 6-31 from Ritesh Mistry helped Tetsworth to a four-wicket win at Kilkenny, while Stanton Harcourt eased past Cairns Fudge by eight wickets.

Elsewhere, Watlington saw off Clifton Hampden by 47 runs, sending Clifton to the foot of the table.

COMBE moved to within one win of promotion from Division 3 with a 103-run win at Radley.

Chris Moore (56no) helped Combe to 209-4, and then Julian Chaundy took 5-26 to dismiss Radley for just 106.

Champions Hook Norton fell to only their second defeat as Kidlington ran out 48-run victors.

At the foot of the table, Wantage moved out of the relegation zone by two points at Marcham’s expense with a 52-run win when the two sides met.

Rob O’Kelly (60) saw Wantage to 234 all out, Ethan Davie taking 5-50.

Davie then scored 60 in Marcham’s reply, but they were dismissed for 182.

Dorchester appear doomed to the drop after a five-wicket defeat at Broughton & North Newington.

Steventon wrapped up the Division 4 crown in style as they hammered

already-relegated Deddington by 193 runs.

Kester Matthew (94) and Daniel Bradley (52) shone in Steventon’s 286-6, before Tom Cannon took 6-18 as Deddington fell for 93.

Naveed Akram took 7-37 to help Shrivenham to an

eight-wicket win at West Ilsley, while promoted Oxenford 2nd ran out 70-run victors at Wolvercote 2nd.

AARON Huish claimed 6-13 as Tetsworth hammered Chalgrove by nine wickets to keep their perfect Division 5 record intact.

Chalgrove were skittled out for 48, before Tetsworth cruised to 52-1.

In Division 6, Chris Allen’s unbeaten 113 helped Watlington 2nd to a 110-run win at Dorchester 2nd, who are all but relegated as a result.

Watlington set 209-7, before Charl Maughan took 5-20 as Dorchester – now 42 points adrift – fell for 99.

In Division 7 North, Stanton Harcourt’s Kane Lewis struck 73 not out to lead his side to a seven-wicket win at Deddington 2nd.

Johnnie Fisher’s brilliant 112 not out helped Wootton & Boars Hill 2nd to a

133-run win at Faringdon 2nd in Division 7 South.