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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: Sandford St Martin 1
Div 4: Horley 1
Div 5: Brackley 1
Div 6: Long Marston 2
Div 7: Horley 2
Div 8: Horspath 4
Div 9: Aston Rowant 4
Div 10: Twyford 3
The Cherwell League would like to thank all its supporters
Freeland moved to the top of the Oxfordshire Midweek League with a 24-run win at Charlbury. After being inserted, the visitors made a respectable 104-3 from their 16 overs. Carla Wood led the way with 28 not out, while Rhian Todd (25no) and Suzy Halsey (18) also contributed. Charlbury made a flying start in reply with Caroline Shearer hitting an unbeaten 27, including six fours, as they raced to 53-0 after eight overs. However, Freeland managed to put the brakes on and restricted to Charlbury to 80-4. Robyn Coburn was the pick of the bowlers for the visitors with 2-4. RESULT Freeland 104-3 (C Wood 28no, R Todd 25no), Charlbury 80-4 (C Shearer 27no, R Coburn 2-4). l CHARLBURY held on to second spot in ECB Women’s Midlands League Division 2 despite not playing. No Oxfordshire sides were in action this week, but Astwood Bank’s surprise defeat at bottom club Moddershall boosted Charlbury.
Cumnor were crowned Oxfordshire Under 13 champions after beating Great & Little Tew by six wickets at Bicester & North Oxford.
ALEX Davies scored a fluent 69 as Oxfordshire Under 17s posted their third successive ECB Cup victory with a 63-run success away to Bedfordshire at Southill Park.
Oxfordshire's women have had a week to forget with six defeats from six matches.
Banbury captain Jimmy Phillips believes they are well-placed for another decent run in the ECB National Club Twenty20 competition.
Chris Watling says there is no panic in the Aston Rowant camp, despite being just one place above the Serious Cricket Home Counties Premier League Division 1 relegation zone.
Horspath captain Will Eason says it would be remarkable achievement if they can secure promotion from Serious Cricket Home Counties Premier League Division 2.
SHRIVENHAM 2nd captain Martin Hammond was rueing his side’s chronic availability after seeing them bow-led out for just nine runs in their Division 6 match at home to Faringdon 2nd.
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.
Danny Smith snapped up six wickets as Sandford St Martin beat Great Tew II to maintain the edge over their rivals in the Cherwell League.