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ENGLAND pacemen Chris Tremlett and Stuart Meaker have been named in a powerful Surrey line-up for the three-day game against Oxford MCCU in The Parks starting today.
Former Cumnor cricketer Simon Cook is looking to lead a French revolution with a difference after becoming the national coach.
LEE Mason’s stunning spell of 9-20 sent Shipton-under-Wychwood crashing to 37 all out and a crushing 138-run defeat at home to Horspath in Division 1 of the Cherwell League.
TOM Ingram starred for Cumnor with 6-29 as they saw off Aston Rowant 2nd by five wickets in Cherwell League Division 2.
Ceri Holmes followed up his 6-27 last week with 7-29, including a hat-trick, as Horspath 2nd crushed Shipton-under-Wychwood 2nd by 164 runs to make it two out of two for the season.
DIDCOT recorded their first victory over derby rivals Wallingford for 36 years when they beat the visitors by six wickets in Cherwell League Division 4.
LUKE Mitchell claimed 6-31 to seal a 30-run victory for Abingdon Vale 2nd against Tiddington 2nd in Cherwell League Division 5.
OXENFORD and Hook Norton tied an extraordinary Division 1 match at Jesus College on Saturday as two bowlers claimed seven-wicket hauls.
Ashley Blanchard made the most of his opportunity to bat up the order as Banbury II beat Oxford II by 78 runs in division one of the Cherwell League.
Banbury bowed out of the Kingfisher Cup following a 140 run defeat against Saffron Walden in Sunday’s second round tie.
Banbury suffered a surprise early season defeat in Saturday’s Home Counties Premier League fixture at North Mymms where Nesan Jeyarantnam completed an unbeaten century.
Newly-promoted Horley lost their opening Cherwell League fixture aganst East Oxford.
Banbury beat Welwyn Garden City - and the elements - to make it a winning start in the Serious Cricket Home Counties Premier League.
Jimmy Phillips goes into his first competitive game as captain of Banbury looking for his young side to finally fulfil their potential in the Serious Cricket Home Counties Premier League.
Great & Little Tew embark on the most exciting season in the club’s history as they take their place in the Home Counties Premier league for the first time.
Banbury will entertain Saffron Walden in Sunday’s second round tie in the Kingsfisher Cup.