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Valentin Guiraud came agonisingly close to the perfect over – only for a no ball to ruin a landmark moment.
Faraz Amjad claimed five wickets, including a hat-trick, as Oxford Spires beat Cheney School by 54 runs in the Oxon Under 14 ECB Trophy.
James Coles scored a sensational unbeaten 156 as Oxfordshire Under 12s cruised to victory over Buckinghamshire in a friendly at Abingdon Vale.
HORSPATH skipper Will Eason believes 15-year-old Harrison Ward will be an instant hit on his Division 1 debut at Henley tomorrow.
CAPTAIN Ian Crosby is calling on his Oxford side to bounce back from a winless start to their Division 1 campaign when they host promoted Reading tomorrow.
ANDY Harris is urging his middle order to make sure they are ready to step up to the mark for Great & Little Tew if his openers fail to continue their fine form.
CAPTAIN Simon Hole and brother Stuart come back into unbeaten Shipton-under-Wychwood’s side for their Division 2 encounter at home to Cove.
JOSH Smith is backing Aston Rowant’s results to improve over the coming weeks after a winless start to their Division 2 campaign.
Banbury go into this weekend’s double-header with captain Luke Ryan looking for his side to extend their excellent start to the campaign.
Captain Andy Harris paid tribute to openers Joe White and Matt Clark after they paved the way for Great & Little Tew to make it back-to-back wins in the Home Counties Premier Cricket League.
Joe White completed an unbeaten century as Great & Little Tew made it back-to-wins in the Home Counties Premier Cricket League.
Tim Paine completed a century as Banbury romped to a comfortable 133 run victory in Saturday’s Home Counties Premier Cricket League fixture at Tring Park.
Andrew Sabin completed a half century as Banbury II beat Cumnor by five wickets in division one of the Cherwell League.
Great & Little Tew got their Home Counties Premier League campaign off to a winning start with an eight wicket success at Finchampstead.
Banbury overcame a battling collapse to beat Horspath by 62 runs in Saturday’s opening Home Counties Premier League fixture.
Luke Ryan says it is time for Banbury to lose their ‘nearly team’ tag and make a serious push for the Home Counties Premier Cricket League title.