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Oxfordshire slipped to a 63-run defeat against Somerset in the Seevent 60+ County Championship at Midsomer Norton. Somerset made 277-7 off their 45 overs with Graham Poulton (98) and John Thackray (58) leading the way as Steve Partington took 3-53. Derek Watts (45), Julian Lawton Smith (37) and Ian Caunce (33) chipped in for Oxon, but they were all out for 214, with David Stephenson (4-16) and Brian Brogden (4-25) doing the damage.
Harry Smith starred with a rapid 84 as Oxfordshire Academy posted an impressive seven-wicket victory against Berkshire 2nd at Datchet.
Captain Gus Miller starred in Oxfordshire Under 13s’ 66-run friendly victory away to London Schools.
Tariq Rahim’s hat-trick helped Abingdon Vale maintain their winning ways with an emphatic 93-run victory over Minster Lovell B in the Oxfordshire Under 13 League.
Stuart Hole will remain at the top of Shipton-under-Wychwood’s order as they bid to make it four wins out of four in Serious Cricket Home Counties Premier League Division 2 at Gerrards Cross tomorrow.
Banbury are in prime form ahead of tomorrow’s Serious Cricket Home Counties Premier League Division 1 top-of-the-table battle at home to Henley, according to skipper Luke Ryan.
Skipper Luke Ryan believes Chad Keegan’s experience in the shortest format of the game could prove pivotal as Oxfordshire take part in the inaugural Unicorns Counties T20 competition on Sunday.
Mickey Thomas’s rapid knock saw Oxfordshire win a rain-affected clash with three balls to spare away to Staffordshire in the ECB 50+ County Championship.
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.
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.