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Former Oxfordshire seamer Jack Brooks completed a five-wicket haul in front of national selector James Whitaker as Yorkshire ended day two of their LV= County Championship Division 1 match against Worcestershire trailing by 13 runs with one first-innings wicket left.
Kevin Pietersen has been told to make the England selectors’ lives difficult after his barnstorming start to the summer.
Oxfordshire suffered a two-wicket defeat by Bedfordshire in the warm-up match at Ampthill yesterday. Put in to bat, Oxon were bowled out for 229 with one ball of their 50 overs left. After the loss of debutant Joe White, Oxon were put on the road to a decent total by a second-wicket stand of 85 between Hugo Darby and Shabaz Alam. Darby struck one six and six fours in his 52, and Alam made 44 before both fell victim to the bowling of Ed Wharton. Wharton went on to take 5-35 as the innings fell away, despite an unbeaten 27 from another debutant Great & Little Tew wicket-keeper Ashley Hubbert. In reply, Will Rooney ran out Bedfordshire opener Charlie Thurston for a duck. Karl Penhale and Luke Ryan to reduced Bedfordshire to 122-6. But George Bacon, with 67 not out from 77 balls, and Sam Johnson saw the hosts almost home with 14 balls to spare.
Kevin Pietersen treated spectators to a batting masterclass in The Parks today.
Great & Little Tew batsman Joe White and wicket-keeper Ashley Hubbert make their senior debuts in Oxfordshire’s friendly against Bedfordshire at Ampthill on Sunday.
OXFORD MCC Universities’ bowlers hit back well as 16 wickets fell on the opening day of their first-class match against Middlesex in The Parks yesterday.
ENGLAND paceman Steve Finn is one of three Test players included in a strong Middlesex squad for their three-day match against Oxford MCC Universities, which starts in The Parks today.
THE students of Oxford MCC Universities were victims of a stunning display of seam bowling by Jack Shantry as they lost by an innings and 120 runs to Worcestershire in The Parks on Saturday.
Shipston-on-Stour finished runners-up in the Banbury Indoor Cricket League after they beat Broughton & North Newington by 82 runs on the final night of the division one campaign.