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ASHLEY Rump’s brilliant century for struggling Charlbury proved in vain as they lost by 82 runs at Westbury in Division 1.
Harrison Ward, who has just become the youngest Oxfordshire batsman to score a Unicorns Counties Championship century, met up with Ben Thompson, the player whose 17-year record he beat.
Banbury's hopes of reaching the South East Area semi-finals of the Nat West Club T20 competition were ended in a dramatic bowl-out against Gerrards Cross.
HORSPATH suffered a catastrophic collapse to crash to a 72-run defeat at home to leaders Henley in Division 1.
RUNAWAY Division 2 leaders Great & Little Tew saw their advantage trimmed to 25 points after an agonising four-run defeat at home to Amersham in the Serious Cricket Home Counties Premier League.
Luke Ryan believes his Banbury side are well suited to the shorter format as they prepare to host this Sunday’s Serious Cricket Home Counties Premier League T20 finals day, writes JACK JOHNSON.
Horspath captain Will Eason is hoping Harrison Ward carries on tomorrow where he left off after becoming the youngest player to score a century for Oxfordshire.
Simon Hole has called on Shipton-under-Wychwood’s batsmen to stand up and be counted following a slump that has seen them slip from second place to the fringe of the relegation zone in Serious Cricket Home Counties Premier League Division 2.
So, England have a bad game, Gary Ballance is out, Ian Bell will bat at three, again and Joe Root is up to four. Kevin Pietersen is relaxing on a beach in St Lucia.
With seven games to go, Banbury are firmly back in the Home Counties Premier Cricket League title race.
Sam Pearce completed his maiden unbeaten century as Horley beat Dinton II by nine wickets in division three of the Cherwell Cricket League.
Great & Little Tew entertain Amersham this weekend with captain Andy Harris looking for his side to consolidate top spot in the Home Counties Premier Cricket League.
Ed Phillips produced one of his best batting performances as Banbury beat Tring Park by five wickets in Saturday’s Home Counties Premier Cricket League fixture.
Only once in the last 50 years, has England lost an Ashes series, after winning the opening Test.
And so it begins... yes that’s right the Ashes gets under way on Wednesday.
Captain Andy Harris says the next three games will be key to Great & Little Tew’s Home Counties Premier Cricket League title aspirations.