The rearranged Cherwell League XI vs OCA XI is now confirmed for Sunday 7th September at Cumnor CC
Congratulation to Great & Little Tew on reaching Lords in the Village KO. Commiserations to Dinton.
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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: Sandford St Martin 2
Div 8: Horspath 4
Div 9: Aston Rowant 4
Div 10: Twyford 3
The Cherwell League would like to thank all its supporters
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Aston Rowant are confident they can beat Serious Cricket Home Counties Premier League Division 1 title favourites Henley at Butts Way tomorrow and boost their survival hopes.
Horspath welcome back star bowler Pat Foster as they continue their Serious Cricket Home Counties Premier League Division 2 title push at home to Amersham tomorrow.
Oxfordshire captain Luke Ryan praised his side’s character after their narrow Unicorns Counties Trophy final defeat to Devon at Wormsley.
Chad Keegan’s man-of-the-match performance was not quite enough as Oxfordshire lost by seven runs to Devon at Wormsley yesterday.
Live coverage from Wormsley as Oxfordshire take on Devon in their first Minor Counties Trophy final
The top two in division three of the Cherwell League go head-to-head this weekend when Great & Little Tew II entertain Sandford St Martin.
Nathan Hawkes led the way as Banbury got bakc on track in the Home Counties Premier League.
Great & Little Tew II remain in pole position in division three of the Cherwell League.
Vice-captain Luke Ryan has challenged his Banbury players to show they have what it takes in the final three games of the Home Counties Premier Cricket League campaign.
Great & Little captain Andy Harris remains confident his side can get the victory which he feels will ensure their Home Counties Premier League status.
Banbury’s Home Counties Premier League campaign is threatening to fizzle out.
Banbury’s fading Home Counties Premier League title hopes took another knock as they lost by five wickets against Slough in a high-scoring affair.
Captain Jimmy Phillips admits the Home Counties Premier Cricket League title bid is over ahead of this week’s trip to Aston Rowant.