|Oxfordshire Cricket Association 2017|
celebrating over 100 years of league cricket
With nearly 100 years of history, the Oxfordshire Cricket Association is dedicated to offering competitive result cricket to member clubs and promoting youth involvement in cricket at a grassroots level, all played in a spirit desirable to local cricket.
The league’s progressive rules and constitution puts it in the perfect position to tackle the modern-day challenges facing cricket and those passionate about playing.
New clubs and teams are actively encouraged to join, whether the club has one side, or only certain teams from within a club want to join.
New sides are always placed at the appropriate level within the league system to ensure a competitive, and enjoyable game for everyone.
The Association’s playing conditions and rules are decided by the clubs, and are governed by a committed, experienced and responsive committee of individuals, all of whom have been involved in local cricket for many years.
The committee provide training courses to improve ground and umpiring standards, to ensure that two neutral umpires officiate every game with the best facilities possible.
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New Laws of Cricket 2017
Information on Closing Down your grounds at the end of the season.
Winners and Runners Up for the 2017 season
'Revised' date for the Oxfordshire Cricket Association AGM...
OCA v Cherwell League Representative Match (League Challenge Cup 2017) Result...
For all umpires and captains - some clarification of playing regulations
Changes to MCC Laws of Cricket