Dont forget for the final two weeks of the season all matches start at 12.30
The next Level 1 Umpires course will be held in Nov/Dev 2015
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Great & Little Tew clinched promotion to Division 1 after their two main rivals Gerrards Cross and Amersham both lost on Saturday.
Banbury's Division 1 title hopes were ended amid a crushing 147-run defeat away to mid-table Reading on Saturday.
ASTON Rowant won a rain-interrupted semi-final against Great & Little Tew in the Oxfordshire Under 17 competition.
GREAT & Little Tew’s promotion hopes were given a big boost when tomorrow's scheduled opponents Dinton handed them a walkover.
CAPTAIN Andy Harris says Great & Little Tew’s home match against relegated Dinton is a “must-win” if they are to secure promotion from Division 2.
WESTBURY closed in on the Division 1 crown after comprehensively beating hosts Radley by 129 runs.
BANBURY missed the chance to take control of the Division 1 title race as they suffered a ninerun defeat to new leaders High Wycombe.
Banbury’s fading Home Counties Premier Cricket League title hopes were finally extinguished in Saturday’s heavy defeat at Reading.
Horley moved away from the Cherwell Cricket League division three relegation zone with a four wicket success at Oxford Downs II.
Great & Little Tew captain Andy Harris will be telling his players not to push the panic button as they go into their final two games of the Home Counties Premier Cricket League campaign.
Banbury’s Home Counties Premier Cricket League title charge received a big setback after they lost by nine runs against fellow challengers High Wycombe.
Tim Paine plays his final game for Banbury on Saturday and will be hoping he can help his side take another step towards the Home Counties Premier Cricket League title.
Great & Little Tew CC could yet be heading for a double promotion year.
Great & Little Tew skipper Andy Harris knows his side are just three games away from being crowned Home Counties Premier Cricket League champions.
Ollie Wright went nap as Banbury maintained their Home Counties Premier Cricket League title challenge with a ten wicket victory for the second week running.