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OXFORDSHIRE cruised to their second commanding Group 4 victory when they beat Bucks by eight wickets in a weather-affected game at Wormsley yesterday, writes MICHAEL KNOX.
Oxfordshire suffered a disastrous collapse as they made an inauspicious start to the Seevant 60+ County Championship with a 106-run defeat by Gloucestershire at the picturesque Stowell Park ground.
Skipper Ellie Bath hit an unbeaten 77 as Oxford chased down 170 to start their season with a three-wicket win over Clifton Village 2nd in Women’s Midlands League Division 1 at Thame Town.
Charlie Souch took a hat-trick in figures of 5-3 to help Minster Lovell A to a 63-run victory over Kidlington in the opening round of matches in the Nat West Under 15 Boys’ Club Championship.
Chad Keegan says Oxfordshire head into Sunday’s Unicorns Counties Trophy match against Buckinghamshire at Wormsley full of confidence after a ten-wicket victory over Herefordshire.
Former Oxfordshire seamer Matt Taylor took 5-89 for Gloucestershire – but it was Derbyshire’s Martin Guptill who stole the show with a sensational maiden first-class double century on day two of the Division 2 clash at Bristol.
Brad Sutherland and Adam Hall shared a century opening partnership to set Oxford on the way to a five-run victory at Amersham in the Royal London Club Championship first round.
CHAD Keegan and Luke Ryan took four wickets each as Oxfordshire began their Unicorns Counties Trophy campaign with a ten-wicket victory over Herefordshire at Wormsley yesterday.
Last year’s Davidstow National Village Cup runners-up Great & Little Tew cruised into the next round of the 2015 competition with a comfortable 86 run victory at Horley.
Banbury are through to the next round of the ECB National T20 Cup without a ball being bowled.
Banbury and Great Tew meet in Saturday’s pre-season friendly at Ledwell Road with both clubs looking for good performances ahead of the start of the Home Counties Premier Cricket League campaign.
Banbury will once again face a tough test to get through to the latter stages of the ECB National Club Championship with several players ruled out through county commitments.