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Closing Date: 30 May 2015 Current results are here

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CRICKET: George French stars as Minster Lovell stun reigning champions Cowley Internationals

Wed 6 May 2015

Minster Lovell gave defending champions Cowley Internationals a stern lesson by romping to a 133-run victory in their OCA Division 1 opener.

CRICKET: Five wickets in five balls for hero Horne

Wed 6 May 2015

Witney Swifts’ veteran seamer Mark Horne could not hide his delight after taking an incredible five wickets in five balls of the same over, writes NICK FARRANT.

CRICKET: Horspath hammer arch rivals Oxford in ECB Twenty20 Cup

Tue 5 May 2015

Horspath cruised to an eight-wicket win over local rivals Oxford in the ECB Twenty20 Cup first round at Roman Way yesterday.

CRICKET: Karl Penhale to the fore as Oxfordshire defy downpour to brush Bucks aside

Mon 4 May 2015

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.

CRICKET: Oxfordshire take a drubbing in opener

Sat 2 May 2015

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.

WOMEN'S CRICKET: Ellie Bath makes a splash as Oxford open in style

Sat 2 May 2015

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.

YOUTH CRICKET: Hat-trick hero Charlie Souch stars for Minster Lovell

Sat 2 May 2015

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.

CRICKET: Keegan looks for more of the same for Oxfordshire

Fri 1 May 2015

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.

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Harris looking for his players to be more street-wise

Wed 6 May 2015

Great & Little Tew captain Andy Harris knows his players must learn how to grind out results if they are to maintain their progress in the Home Counties Premier Cricket League.

Tew cruise into next round after seeing off Horley

Mon 4 May 2015

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.

Paine and Bartlett complete centuries for Banbury

Mon 4 May 2015

Banbury are through to the next round of the ECB National T20 Cup without a ball being bowled.

Young Banbury bow out in first round at Harborough

Tue 28 Apr 2015

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 face tough test to get through early rounds

Fri 24 Apr 2015

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.

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