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Former Cumnor cricketer Simon Cook is looking to lead a French revolution with a difference after becoming the national coach.
OXENFORD and Hook Norton tied an extraordinary Division 1 match at Jesus College on Saturday as two bowlers claimed seven-wicket hauls.
FATHER and son Paul and Ryan Hicks shone for Garsington 3rd as they ran out 48-run winners at Hanborough 2nd in OCA League Division 9.
GEORGE Evans made an excellent senior debut for Abingdon Vale 4th by taking 5-31 in the Cherwell League Division 10 win over Bicester & North Oxford 3rd.
Banabury fell to a three-wicket defeat at North Mymms in Serious Cricket Home Counties Premier League Division 1 on Saturday.
Oxfordshire missed out on the chance to ensure qualification from Group 1 of the MCCA Trophy after slipping to a seven-wicket defeat at Hertfordshire yesterday.
Oxford’s strong early season form continued with an emphatic eight-wicket win at home Farnham Royal in Serious Cricket Home Counties Premier League Division 2 West on Saturday.
Curtly Slatter hit a superb 77 as Great & Little Tew recorded their first victory in the Serious Cricket Home Counties Premier League with a four-wicket success over Oxfordshire rivals Aston Rowant on Saturday.
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.
Westbury captain Richard Tredwell is determined that his side will not be the bridesmaids again this year as the Oxon Cricket Association season gets into full swing on Saturday.