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The rearranged Cherwell League XI vs OCA XI is now confirmed for Sunday 7th September
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: Horley 2
Div 8: Shipton-under-Wychwood 3
Div 9: Aston Rowant 4
Div 10: Cropredy 3
The Cherwell League would like to thank all its supporters
ASTON Rowant’s hopes of a trip to the Caribbean remain alive after a fantastic knock from Nick Ferraby helped them into the CCC Cup semi-final.
FORMER West Indies pair Hartley Alleyne and Collis King were among the star turns at Kidlington’s annual Chairman’s Day.
Cowley Internationals’ bowler Ayaz Khan nearly took all ten for a second time when he bagged a nine-wicket haul in their 65 win at Minster Lovell in OCA League Division 1.
Pat Foster’s second seven-wicket haul of the season saw Horspath crush Cove by eight wickets to slash the gap on Division 2 leaders Reading to just three points.
Joe Barrett hit a sparkling century to set Shipton-under-Wychwood on the way to a stunning six-wicket home win over Serious Cricket Home Counties League Division 2 leaders Reading on Saturday.
Lloyd Brock returned Home Counties League club record figures of 6-39 as Great & Little Tew moved out of the Division 2 relegation zone with a comfortable six-wicket win at fellow strugglers Falkland.
OCA League results
Cherwell League results
Banbury got back to winning ways with a five wicket victory against Tring Park in Saturday’s Home Counties Premier League fixture.
Banbury face a double-header this weekend which could prove a pivotal one in the club’s pursuit of silverware.
An unbeaten century from Ben Rae helped OCA division one leaders Westbury to beat third-placed Minster Lovell.
Danny Smith picked another six wicket haul as Sandford St Martin maintained their division three title challenge with a another crucial victory in Saturday’s Cherwell League programme.
Great Tew are just one step away from their first ever appearance at Lord’s following a stunning success in the last eight of the Davidstow Village Cup.
Banbury’s Home Counties Premier League title challenge received a setback in Saturday’s seven wicket defeat at reigning champions Henley.
Jimmy Phillips believes Banbury have more to offer in the second half of the Home Counties Premier League Division One campaign.
Having seen his side reach the regional finals of the NatWest T20 Cup, Banbury captain Jimmy Phillips now wants his players to focus on the Home Counties Premier League.