A 250-run opening partnership helped lead Notgrove-based NATs to a stunning nine-wicket victory at Oakridge in Cotswold District Cricket Association League Division One.

The Phillips trio starred as Andrew carried his bat with 142 not out and opening partner Stuart added 116 before Bob led them home with 22no in the village near Stroud.

Andrew needed just 110 balls as he blasted 17 fours and three sixes in a winning reply of 306-1 from 39.5 overs after Oakridge set a demanding 304-4.

Stuart crashed 11 fours and one six off 124 balls during the huge opening stand, which beat Oakridge’s own stunning effort of 228 through Martin Smith (126) and Mark Robbins (108).

Stow-on-the-Wold were thrashed by 113 runs at Barnsley Beeches while Adlestrop returned to action with a four-wicket home win over Avening and Cherington, who were skittled for 88.

Sam Keen claimed 4-20 and top scored with 27 as Sam Rawlings led Adlestrop home with 20no.

Meanwhile, Bourton Vale are still in the West of England Premier League Gloucester Division relegation zone despite a four-wicket home win over second-placed Cheltenham Civil Service.

Fourth-placed defending champions Shipston-on-Stour returned to winning ways in the Marston’s Pedigree Cotswold Hills League Premier Division with an eight-wicket success over Earlswood on successfully passing 213-7.

Basement boys Broadway slipped up again with a five-wicket defeat to Alcester and Ragley.

Winchcombe beat Ashton-under-Hill by 36 runs in Division One, while Division Two leaders Chipping Campden amassed 325-3 and then dismissed The Lenches for 97 in a 228-run hammering.

Moreton-in-Marsh left Ebrington in the relegation zone following a 51-run success.

Mickleton won the top-of-the-table encounter with Fladbury by two wickets in Division Six.