SHRIVENHAM overwhelmingly trumped hosts Uffington in their first local derby of the Oxfordshire Cricket Association Division Four season.

Visiting seamers Hussain Kanchwala, Naveed Akram, and Scott Winskill were relentless in exploiting a helpful surface as they strangled the home side throughout the first innings, with Uffington only able to muster 127 runs.

The visitors then used their batting power to club their way to victory inside 19 overs for only four wickets.

Skipper Martin Hammond won the toss and put the home side in, Kanchwala and Akram relishing the conditions.

Scott Winskill followed up with a fine spell of outswing bowling and got due reward with three wickets, whilst Manoj Perera picked up two. Kanchwala returned to complete a masterful miserly spell of 12 overs for 11 runs as Uffington struggled.

Perera hit a six and a four in the first over of the reply and, although Winskill fell for a duck, Perera and number three Deacon continued the assault.

Perera struck a further four boundaries in his 29, and number four Matt Haywood hit 18 from six balls to push Shrivenham into the 80s.

Charlie Ward and man of the match Kanchwala smashed the remaining 45 runs in a 10-boundary partnership to rush their side past the post.