MARK Baring’s hat-trick in superb figures of 6-47 settled a thrilling OCA League Division 1 encounter as East & West Hendred edged out visitors Yarnton & Cowley by five runs.

Batting first, Hendred were bowled out for 202 as Jack Mulford hit 57 and Muhammad Adil took 5-42.

Baring’s treble helped to reduce the visitors to 86-5, before Yarnton skipper Bilal Khan hit 72 to get them close.

But Baring completed his six-wicket haul to dismiss Yarnton for 197 in the 43rd over.

Leaders Charlbury thumped hosts Wolvercote by 112 runs.

Stuart Atkins top-scored with 57 in Charlbury’s 242-9, before Josh Hornsby took 4-28 to help dismiss the home side for 130.

Faringdon saw off hosts Oxenford by 53 runs.

Ian Oglesby’s 54 was key in Faringdon’s 161-7, and then Will Oglesby took 4-21 as Oxenford were shot out for 108.

In Division 2, a mature 82 from youngster Ben Weller helped Eynsham to an 80-run win at Chadlington.

Ben Wagerfield chipped in with 69 in Eynsham’s 192-6, and then Mark Weller claimed 4-22 and Sam Hollingshead 3-25 as Chadlington were bowled out for 112.

Jim McGeown’s haul of 5-33 helped Chipping Norton to a five-wicket win against visitors Marsh Gibbon.

Marsh were dismissed for 176, Julian Chambers top-scoring with 55.

Ian Widdows then hit 73 to steer Chippy’s reply to 178-5.

Wootton & Boars Hill’s Billy Webb shone in his side’s 37-run home victory against Wantage.

Webb struck 66 and Cam King 50 in Wootton’s 193-8.

He then claimed 3-49 and King 3-39 to dismiss Wantage for 156.

In Division 3, Fringford crashed to a 221-run defeat at home to Tetsworth.

The visitors racked up 294-9 as Kilash Meghji struck 87.

But the star performance came from Tetsworth bowler Dhaval Patel, who took 7-38 as Fringford were rolled over for 73.

Luke Yeulet came within one run of a century for Watlington in their 93-run win at Kidlington.

Yeulet’s 99 not out helped Watlington to 213-8, before Dave Hansford took 6-29 as Kidlington were bowled out for 120.

Kilkenny eased past Middleton Cheney by 69 runs.

Josh Bishop (66) helped Kilkenny to 175-8 and then Tom Valentine took 4-24 in Middleton’s 106 all out.

Tom Small’s brilliant 142 helped lead Cairns Fudge to a nine-wicket win at leaders Risinghurst.

Steve Shaw had earlier taken 5-36 in the home side’s 205-9, but Fudge made light work of the target as Small and Paul Hammond (50no) saw them to 207-1.

Hanborough eased past hosts Stanton Harcourt by six wickets.

Stanton set 203-7 in their 45 overs, before Jonathan Ayris (71) and Will Potter (66no) took Hanborough to 207-4.

In Division 4, Brill’s Harry Wilson slammed 150 and Andy Wynd 81 as they hammered Swinbrook by 270 runs.

Brill amassed 318-5 before skittling Swinbrook out for a paltry 48 as Tom Broughton took 6-8.

Marcham defeated Uffington by 27 runs.

They had been bowled out for 183 as Adam Shorten took 4-42, but a fine spell from Andrew Horseman (4-57) helped to restrict the visitors to 156-9.

Sunningwell brushed aside visitors Dorchester by nine wickets.

Dorchester were bowled out for 150, James Neal hitting 60 and Ben Roberts taking 4-26.

Thomas Harris then struck 91 not out to lead Sunningwell to 151-1.

A brilliant haul of 7-31 from Hector Agnew helped West Ilsley to a 47-run victory at home to Deddington.

After being bowled out for just 142, Maneesh Verma taking 5-21, Agnew’s seven-wicket haul sent Deddington tumbling to 95 all out.

Division 5 leaders Hook Norton marched on with a four-wicket win at Britwell Salome.

Jordan Glazier was the star, taking 4-19 in Britwell’s 132 all out, before striking an unbeaten 52 as Hooky reached 133-6.

Combe kept up the pressure with a 15-run win at Great Horwood 2nd.

Josh Lenthall top-scored with 72 as Combe set 219 all out.

Dan Brown (65) and Simon Gale (58) got Horwood close, but they finished just short on 204-8.

Father and son Steve and George Townsend shone for Ducklington in their 50-run win at Hailey & West Witney.

George Townsend hit 75 in Ducklington’s 225 all out, and then dad Steve took 4-31 to help dismiss the hosts for 175, Cory Kearsley top-scoring with 50.

Robert Glenny’s 7-37 was in vain for Wolvercote 2nd as they lost by 52 runs at Radley.

The hosts were bowled out for 140, Naheem Ahmed hitting 60.

Rezwan Rana (4-25) was then the pick of the Radley attack as Wolvercote were dismissed for just 88.

Steventon eased past visitors Kennington by six wickets as Phil Armstrong took 5-7 from nine overs helped to dismiss Kennington for 96, before he hit 31 not out to lead Steventon home at 99-4.