STANTON Harcourt sealed the Division 3 crown in thrilling fashion, edging past visitors Kilkenny by one wicket in a 30-over per side match.

They held Kilkenny to 151-7, Tom Valentine hitting 48 and Luke Pettifer taking 3-40, in the OCA League clash.

In a nail-biting run-chase, the hosts lost regular wickets, but edged to victory with two balls to spare to secure the title, Tim Senior scoring 36 and Callum Parker 30 not out, Valentine taking 5-28.

A half-century from Craig Woods (58) helped Kidlington to a 32-run win at home to Hanborough.

They posted 161-6, before dismissing Hanborough for 129, Tony Launchbury taking 3-39.

Eynsham lost by 12 runs at newly-crowned Division 2 champions Wootton & Boars Hill.

In a rain-affected match reduced to 25 overs per side, Wootton set 133-4 as Damien Wiskin struck 54 not out and Billy Webb 33.

Eynsham were restricted to 121-7 as Cam King took 4-28 and Sam Jones hit 42.

Stonesfield saw off Division 1 runners-up Faringdon by 25 runs.

Batting first, Stonesfield set 144-7 as Adrian Birkett hit 53.

Sam Hibberd (3-14) then helped to restrict Faringdon to 119-9.

Bampton finished as runners-up to Brill in Division 4 after running out four-wicket winners at home to Dorchester.

Restricting their hosts to 147-8, Bampton reached 148-6 as James Bray (36) and Jake Payne (33) led the way.

In Division 5, Combe secured the runners-up spot after seeing off visitors Hailey & West Witney by seven wickets.

Three wickets apiece for Mike Eeley and Mark Westaby helped restrict Hailey to 117-9 in a rain-reduced 30 overs.

Westaby then hit 36 and Julian Chaundy 33 not out to steer Combe to 118-3.

Kidlington 2nd saw off hosts Charlbury 2nd by 12 runs, but Charlbury took enough bonus points to secure the runners-up spot.

Jonathan Pratt (62) and Paul Hewitt (46) led Kidlington to 200-6.

Charlbury replied with 188-9 as Charlie Sinton top-scored with 65.

In Division 7, Adam Lambert took brilliant figures of 7-9, but still finished on the losing side as Chesterton won by three runs.

Lambert’s haul reduced visitors Chesterton to 65 all out, but Paul Davis (4-21) then helped to bowl Stonesfield out for 62.

Witney Swifts 2nd edged out hosts Kilkenny 2nd by six runs on the target score method.

They had been bowled out for 84 by the home side.

But after Kilkenny’s target was reduced to 75 due to a rain delay, Ben Horne (3-17) helped to dismiss Kilkenny for 69 chasing a revised target of 75.

l WITNEY Swifts hold their annual President’s Day on Sunday when an invitational XI, selected by Swifts’ president Gordon Clack, will take on the first team on The Leys.

The match starts at 1pm.

The event will raise money for the Andy Fisher Foundation, which has recently gained charitable status from the Charities Commission.

The fund, set up in memory of former captain and chairman Andy Fisher, will help to fund youth cricket in Witney and the surrounding area and also to set up a junior section of the Swifts under ECB Level 2 coach Andy Martindale.