The Cherwell Cricket League is looking for somebody to take over the weekly writing of Cherwell League reports for the Oxford Mail - with immediate effect.
Is it something that might interest you as an opportunity to earn a bit of extra money, or maybe you know of a young cricket enthusiast who is interested in writing and maybe can use this as a stepping stone to a future career?
The job involves writing a report for the top 5 divisons every week and a round-up of the best action from Divisions 6-9.
The information is taken from the scores supplied by the clubs, and a weekly results round-up, produced by the league.
The Oxford Mail would need your work by first thing on a Monday morning and it roughly takes around 3-4 hours to compile everything.
If you wish, the paper are happy to credit you for the work and you will be paid for your effort.
Contact Clive Ricks on 07881 452774 or email@example.com if you are interested.
Karl Penhale produced a devastating spell of 6-10 as Banbury shot out Reading for just 40 in a one-sided Division 1 clash at White Post Road on Saturday.
GREAT & Little Tew remain top of Division 2 despite only drawing in their clash at Dinton on Saturday.
ASTON Rowant stay off the bottom, despite having the worse of their Division 2 basement battle at Cove.
Horspath's last pair survived the last six overs to secure a draw at home to Slough – and extend their unbeaten run in Division 1 to five matches.
Oxford's nightmare season continued when they lost at to Division 1 leaders Henley by eight wickets shortly after lunch on Saturday.
ANUPAM Sanklecha was the star as Shipton-under-Wychwood pulled off a miraculous six-run victory at home to Datchet in Division 2 on Saturday.
CUMNOR’S dreams of reaching a Lord’s final were ended by a narrow defeat in the first national stage of the Davidstow Village Cup yesterday.
Oxfordshire crashed to a five-wicket defeat against Hertfordshire in the ECB Women’s County Championship at Fairfield Park, Letchworth.
Despite being unable to take maximum points at Dinton, Great & Little Tew remain top of the Home Counties Premier League.
Karl Penhale took six wickets as Banbury romped to an eight wicket victory over Reading in Saturday’s Home Counties Premier Cricket League fixture.
Skipper Andy Harris will be looking for his Great & Little Tew side to consolidate top spot when they travel to Dinton for Saturday’s Home Counties Premier League fixture.
Banbury captain Luke Ryan said his side could not afford to lose more ground on Home Counties Premier Cricket League leaders Henley Town but that’s exactly what happened.
Sandford St Martin beat Aston Rowant by 17 runs in division two of the Cherwell Cricket League.
Joe White produced impressive figures as Great & Little Tew beat Gerrards Cross by five wickets to remain top of the Home Counties Premier Cricket League.
Banbury came close to pulling off an unlikely victory in Saturday’s Home Counties Premier Cricket League fixture at High Wycombe.
Sandford St Martin made it back-to-back wins in the Cherwell Cricket League with a single wicket success against Didcot.