Read a match report from Horley vs a Cherwell League XI here
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: Great & Little Tew 2
Div 4: Horley 1
Div 5: Stokenchurch 1
Div 6: Long Marston 2
Div 7: Horley 2
Div 8: Horspath 4
Div 9: Aston Rowant 4
Div 10: Cropredy 3
The Cherwell League would like to thank all its supporters
CALLUM Russell’s gutsy 57 not out led Oxfordshire to a thrilling four-wicket win at home to Buckinghamshire in their last ECB Under 17 Cup group match.
OXFORDSHIRE bounced back emphatically to beat Leicestershire & Rutland by eight wickets at Ashby Hastings in ECB Women’s County Championship Division 3.
JORDAN Garrett re-wrote the county age group record books with an unbeaten double century for Oxfordshire Under 17s against Bucks in the ECB Championship.
OXFORDSHIRE Under 15s are celebrating two wins in the space of a week.
OXFORDSHIRE Under 15 girls experienced mixed results in a festival at Malvern College.
RHIANNON Brown took 4-9 from six overs as Oxfordshire Under 17 girls won by nine wickets away to Staffordshire in ECB County Championship Performance Group 2.
ASTON Rowant maintained their 100 per cent record in Oxfordshire Under 17 League Group B with an eight-wicket win at home to Bicester & North Oxford.
Oxfordshire will be trying to move off the bottom of the Western Division table when they take on Berkshire in a three-day contest at Great & Little Tew on Sunday (11am), writes MICHAEL KNOX.
Captain Jimmy Phillips says the next two games will play a big part in Banbury’s Home Counties Premier League title challenge.
Great Tew II took over at the top of division three in the Cherwell League following a seven wicket success against Oxford Downs II.
Great Tew skipper Andy Harris will be looking for his side to build on a much-needed victory at Falkland when they travel to Horspath for Saturday’s Home Counties Premier League fixture.
For the second week running, the Banbury batsmen were unable to deal with the Henley attack, this time in Sunday’s ECB National Club T20 area final at Oxford.
Banbury captain Jimmy Phillips was delighted to see his side get back to winning ways in the Home Counties Premier League.
Banbury got back to winning ways with a five wicket victory against Tring Park in Saturday’s Home Counties Premier League fixture.
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.