A MoTM performance from Arshad Latif with 3-33 and 136* off 82 balls saw the Cherwell League beat the OCA by 9 wickets in glorious sunshine at Cumnor CC.
Div 1: Buckingham Town 1
Div 2: Leighton Buzzard Town 1
Div 3: Great & Little Tew 2
Div 4: Horley 1
Div 5: Stokenchurch 1
Div 6: Long Marston 2
Div 7: Sandford St Martin 2
Div 8: Horspath 4
Div 9: Aston Rowant 4
Div 10: Leighton Buzzard Town 3
Saturday 18th October
7pm for 8pm Dinner - Bar open to 1am
Guest speaker - Michael Vaughan OBE
We are delighted to announce that Michael will be sharing some of his England cricket experiences with us and holding a Q&A session after dinner
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(Under 21 BEFORE 19th Oct 2014
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Last date for bookings 12th October
Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts chairman John Brown is gearing up for a cricketing charity trip to Uganda.
Banbury's Amy Freeman has won the CMJ Spirit of Cricket Girls’ Award.
IT WAS a weekend to remember for 11-year-old Dee Jarvis after he took a remarkable hat-trick against three former professional cricketers, writes MATTHEW BRUCE.
Bernard Tollett Oxfordshire Cup
Arhcie Spittles hit a superb 91 to set Magdalen College School (Oxford) on the way to an 89-run victory over Lord Williams’s (Thame) in the Oxfordshire final of the ESCA Under 14 County Cup.
Oxford, the newly-crowned ECB Midlands Women's League Division 2 champions, finished the season undefeated after recording a thrilling one-wicket win at Astwood Bank.
Cumnor and Banbury will do battle in the Oxfordshire Under 17 Competition final at Horspath next Sunday (10.30).
History was made at Lord’s on Sunday when Great & Little Tew Cricket Club made their first ever appearance at the home of cricket.
There will be another couple of Cherwell League derby fixtures between Great & Little Tew II and Sandford St Martin after both clubs went up on the final day.
Banbury’s Home Counties Premier League campaign came to a disappointing end on Saturday with defeat to Harefield.
Great & Little Tew rounded off their Home Counties Premier League campaign with a six wicket victory over Dinton at Ledwell Road.
Great & Little Tew captain Andy Harris says the experience of getting to a Lord’s final will give his side plenty to aim for in the future.
Great & Little Tew captain Andy Harris said his side must use their Lord’s experience as extra motivation for next year’s campaign.
Great & Little Tew were unable to crown a glorious run in the Davidstow Village Cup with a final day victory at Lord’s as Woodhouse Grange won the title for a third time on Sunday.
President and long-serving groundsman Gordon Taylor was a proud man when he saw the Great & Little Tew players take to the field at Lord’s for Sunday’s Davidstow Village Cup Final.