Oxfordshire Cricket Association 2018
 

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League Results 13/07/2018 - 16/07/2018

Match Date Home Side   Away Side Home Side Score Away Side Score Result Ground Report

Division  1
14/07/2018 EandW Hendred v Wootton and BH 214 all out
Andrew Francis 61
Nigel George 11.0-1-28-5
167 all out
Marc Glover 41
Cam King 37*
Damien Wiskin 9.2-0-58-3
Ben Jenkins 12.0-1-50-3
EandW Hendred win by 47 runs  View Result Card Completed
14/07/2018 Marsh Gibbon v Faringdon 220 for 7 wkts
Joe Leonard 42
Rupert Shipperley 43
183 for 7 wkts
Jon Tomes 56
Alan Johnson 40
Alex Robinshaw 11.0-0-56-4
Marsh Gibbon win by 37 runs  View Result Card Completed
        Decent total set by Marsh on a true wicket. Faringdon stayed in touch but consistently tight Marsh bowling and exceptional fielding eventually took the game away from Faringdon. All positive except for vandalism to Marsh clubhouse by Faringdon opening bat following his first baller - unnecessary and compensation to be requested.
14/07/2018 Stonesfield v Westcott 239 for 8 wkts
George Redknap 72
Jamie Burns 34
Dan Farrant 63*
Stephen Litten 11.0-0-53-3
237 for 9 wkts
Tony Burcham 59
Rehman Ullah 30
Alimar Khan 38
Alimar Khan 12.0-0-52-5
Stonesfield win by 2 runs  View Result Card Completed
        Another big runs game at Stonesfield. We won the toss and choose to bat. George Redknap (72) and jamie burns (34) had the Home team at 109-0, but tight westcott bowling reduced the home side to 166-7. A great knock of 63 NO by Dan Farrant got the home side to 239-8. Westcott went off like a train 120-2 after 20 overs bircham (59) Ullah (30) Khan (38) had westcott as favourites. The as always dependable gubbins, and a great spell from young northwood left the game at 20 runs to win off 3 overs. Litten held his nerve, and we won by 2 runs. Well done again to my boys. Good luck to westcott good competitive bunch
14/07/2018 Wolvercote v Witney Swifts 179 all out
Tom Stewart-Liberty 88
181 for 5 wkts
Charlie Fisher 53*
Redd Pratley 12.0-2-51-3
Witney Swifts win by 5 wkts  View Result Card Completed
14/07/2018 Yarnton and Cowley v Oxenford 143 for 8 wkts
Waseem Azad 39
Muhammad Adil 9.0-1-26-3
142 all out
Roshan Gedara 71
Hamish Hiscock 7.4-0-41-5
Yarnton and Cowley win by 2 wkts  View Result Card Completed
        good match against a great bunch of lads.

Division  2
14/07/2018 Cairns Fudge v Stanton Harcourt 163 all out
Paul Hammond 34
Jamie Clark 12.0-5-27-3
167 for 7 wkts
Ben Lucas 78*
Ryan Wastie 37
Ryan Wastie 12.0-3-30-3
Ben Lucas 9.0-0-40-3
Stanton Harcourt win by 3 wkts  View Result Card Completed
        Best of luck to Stanton for the rest of the season. Nice bunch of guys and play the game in the right way - looking forward to the return leg as a couple of key moments could have turned the match either way. Top innings from Ben, won the game with that knock.
14/07/2018 Hanborough v Chipping Norton 110 all out
Richard Taylor 34
203 for 7 wkts
Charith Karawita 56
James McGeown 30*
James McGeown 8.2-2-17-3
Martin Elliott 8.0-3-24-3
Chipping Norton win by 93 runs  View Result Card Completed
14/07/2018 Middleton Cheney v Wantage 133 for 5 wkts
Steve Twnyham 61
Craig Merry 44
Sam Hanson 8.4-1-21-5
Steve Wilkes 9.0-1-23-4
129 all out
David Spencer 78*
Barry Martin 7.1-0-43-3
Middleton Cheney win by 5 wkts  View Result Card Completed
14/07/2018 Watlington v Tetsworth 223 all out
Steve Strong 69
Rama Garimella 45
Owen Lewis 30
Owen Lewis 9.5-0-41-4
187 all out
Ronak Patel 31
Shailesh Babu 45
Arun Patel 30
Ritesh J Mistry 10.0-1-49-3
Shailesh Babu 12.0-1-47-3
Watlington win by 36 runs  View Result Card Completed
        A great game played in good spirits. Thanks to Tetsworth for bringing some lovely food and to the umpires for standing out in the heat for 86 overs. Best of luck to Tetsworth for the rest of the season.

Division  3
14/07/2018 Bampton v Kidlington 165 all out
Jake Payne 31
166 for 3 wkts
Sahil Kalyan 65*
Craig Woods 34
Jim Blackford 12.0-0-30-3
Kamran Ramzan 11.0-0-40-3
Kidlington win by 7 wkts  View Result Card Completed
        A good day for cricket and a game dominate by Kidlington and well deserving of the victory... they bowled and batted far better than Bampton...
14/07/2018 Chadlington v Brill 145 for 8 wkts
Mark Lambert 49*
Craig Atlas 10.0-1-42-4
146 for 5 wkts
Andy Wynd 84*
Darren Kavanagh 11.0-4-25-3
Brill win by 5 wkts  View Result Card Completed
14/07/2018 Dorchester v Broughton and NN 235 for 3 wkts
Connor Graney 99
Adrian Redhead 86*
Jasper Gooder 10.0-1-44-4
232 for 7 wkts
Andy Parsons 126*
Don Paterson 31
Dorchester win by 7 wkts  View Result Card Completed
        Broughton won the toss and batted first on a hot and sunny day in Dorch. Pitch was like a road and the outfield lightening quick, 250 had to be the minimum target for the Broughton batsmen. 3 early strikes from fast bowler Gooder soon had B&NN in all sorts of trouble, backed up by Pugh & Sharman, Broughton were left reeling on 43/5. Parsons then produced a fabulous innings to finish on 126 not out and supported by Patterson and Morgan managed to reach 232 from their 45. Dorchester looked to be positive from the start, however losing both openers caught & bowled by Morgan had them struggling at 28/2. Graney & Redhead began the rebuilding process and slowly runs started to flow, Graney in particular looking majestic at the crease and was unfortunate to be plumb LBW on 99. Redhead was unbeaten on 86 and vice captain Neal had the pleasure of hitting the winning runs and finishing 9 not out. Excellent game of cricket in the right spirits.
14/07/2018 Marcham v Risinghurst 172 for 9 wkts
Stuart Armstrong 85
176 for 4 wkts
Martin Kalyan 77
Lokeshwar Bandhu 60*
Martin Kalyan 8.0-1-19-4
John Thompson 12.0-2-36-4
Risinghurst win by 6 wkts  View Result Card Completed
        On an absolute road of a wicket and a lightning quick outfield, Marcham won the toss and elected to bat. Some good early progress was made against a lively attack getting plenty of bounce from the wicket. However, the introduction of spin through Kaylan and Thompson proved challenging, especially Thompson who proved difficult to get away. Despite 85 from Stuart Armstrong, the total of 172 always seemed insufficient. Risinghurst started cautiously and despite the loss of a couple of early wickets, the target was reached in 38 overs, Kalyan leading the way with 77. An enjoyable game against a good bunch of lads. The better team won on the day and we look forward to the return later in the year.
14/07/2018 West Ilsley v Kilkenny 213 for 5 wkts
Adam Barnes 112*
Alan Bloor 31
276 for 3 wkts
Darren Gordon 82
Robbie Craddock 55*
Chris May 104*
Darren Gordon 10.0-3-49-3
Kilkenny win by 63 runs  View Result Card Completed

Division  4
14/07/2018 Combe v Sunningwell 317 for 5 wkts
Mark Westerby 30
Josh Lenthal 68
Robbie Nicholson 153
Mike Eeley 12.0-1-61-5
David Gardner 11.0-1-57-3
210 all out
Sam Baker 30
Nigel Lovell 96
Paul Bramwell 45
Combe win by 107 runs  View Result Card Completed
        Combe batted first and amassed 317 thanks to R Nicholson 153 and J Lenthall 68 with useful contributions from M Westerby 30 and C Thompson 24 and 12 from the final three balls of the innings from veteran D Gardner. Sunningwell lost Winfrey early but N Lovell 96 assisted by S Baker 30 and P Bramwell 45 kept the visitors in the hunt at half way. However M Eeley 5 for 61 and D Gardner 3 for 57 returned for second spells having been put to the sword in their early overs and when Gardner got the wicket of Lovell four short of his century wickets came at regular intervals. Well played to Sunningwell difficult to believe they are still winless good luck for the rest of the season.
14/07/2018 Radley v Ducklington n/a n/a Match conceded by Ducklington n/a
14/07/2018 Steventon v Hook Norton 229 for 9 wkts
Mithun Sortur 50
Phill Armstrong 54
Phill Armstrong 12.0-3-34-4
Stephen Thompson 4.3-0-36-3
205 all out
Dan White 85
Richard Knight 12.0-2-56-3
Steventon win by 24 runs  View Result Card Completed
        Really excellent game of cricket played against a great set of lads, Steventon got of to a slow start but a great acceleration towards the end by Sortur and Armstrong got us to over 200. Hooky got off to a flier, with Dan White dispatching the Steventon bowlers to all parts, but a couple of shrewd bowling changes, and some great catching, got Steventon back in the game, and a direct hit run out from the boundary finished the game with Hooky just a few runs short.A close run and enjoyable game!
14/07/2018 Uffington v Shrivenham 127 for 9 wkts
Daniel Painter 43
Martin Key 9.0-1-43-3
131 for 4 wkts
Scott Winskill 6.0-2-17-3
Shrivenham win by 6 wkts  View Result Card Completed

Division  5
14/07/2018 Kennington v EandW Hendred II 203 all out
Duncan Robson 32
Jack Spencer-Mathews 52
Isaac Pullen 55*
Duncan Robson 11.0-1-77-3
206 for 7 wkts
Liam Richards 30
Ian Clewley 52
Alec Cooke 47
Pete Beckley 12.0-0-92-4
Alan Bateman 9.3-2-33-3
EandW Hendred II win by 3 wkts  View Result Card Completed
14/07/2018 Kidlington II v Wolvercote II 183 all out
Andy Oliver 76
Jeremy Launchbury 33
Tony Launchbury 8.0-0-40-3
184 for 3 wkts
Tohsif Manzoor 62
Chris Potter 60
Darren Jones 38*
Robert Glenny 12.0-1-60-3
Neil Sadler 12.0-3-62-4
Wolvercote win by 7 wkts  View Result Card Completed
14/07/2018 Oxenford II v Freeland 165 all out
Chris Rainer 41
Richard Rowley 37
Amer Ali 10.0-0-37-4
166 for 7 wkts
Marc Buckingham 74
Daniel Simpson 35
Billy Rendell 12.0-4-39-5
Marcus Hall 10.0-0-47-3
Freeland win by 3 wkts  View Result Card n/a
        Freeland showed great team spirit, fielded impressively and bowled sensibly on a good deck for batting, waiting for the Oxenford batsmen to make mistakes. Which they did. 165 was a decent recovery from a poor start but not nearly enough. Freeland - led by Marc Buckingham with 74 - chased it down in 34 overs.
14/07/2018 Tetsworth II v Swinbrook 99 for 3 wkts
Rohan Stapleton 51
Haider Zaman 8.0-1-16-7
96 all out
Nick Pothecary 34
Tetsworth II win by 7 wkts  View Result Card Completed
15/07/2018 Yarnton and Cowley II v Freeland 120 for 8 wkts
Umar Mehmood 60*
Saqib Mohammed 5.0-1-23-3
115 all out
Daniel Simpson 30
Jack Buckingham 34
Jack Buckingham 12.0-3-28-4
Yarnton and Cowley II win by 2 wkts  View Result Card Completed
        A great game on a beautiful day which was single handily won by one player. Freeland won the toss and opted to bat first. Wickets fell regularly which included two great run outs however Dan Simpson and Jack Buckingham built a strong 5th wicket partnership. With some tight bowling, Freeland were bowled out for 115. Y&C got off to a great start with their openers scoring freely and building a solid foundation. Wickets stated to fall, and the man of the match Umar Mehmood stepped in at number 4. Runs were ticking along however Umar was running out of partners, with no one supporting him on the other end. With just 2 wickets left and 25 or so runs still yet to chase, Adnan Khan at number 10 provided the support Umar needed and both saw the game home with Umar finishing on 60 NOT OUT and closing the innings with a huge SIX! A very close and intense game could have gone either way. Credit to Freeland and best of luck for the rest of the season.

Division  6
14/07/2018 Letcombe v Dorchester II 110 all out 153 for 8 wkts Dorchester II win by 43 runs  View Result Card Completed
14/07/2018 Risinghurst II v Chalgrove 127 for 3 wkts
Raj Naik 70
James Cole 7.5-2-22-3
Raj Kumar 9.0-3-18-4
123 all out
Nicolas Little 33
Ricky Armstrong 39
Risinghurst II win by 7 wkts  View Result Card Completed
14/07/2018 Wolvercote III v Chesterton 170 all out
Will Coles 12.0-4-49-4
David Quinn 5.2-0-23-3
188 all out
Jimmy Appleton 55
Garry Appleton 10.0-1-43-4
Vinayak Manwatkar 10.1-0-47-3
Chesterton win by 18 runs  View Result Card Completed
15/07/2018 Chesterton v Wootton and BH II n/a n/a Match conceded by Wootton and BH II n/a

Division  7 North
14/07/2018 Chipping Norton II v Kidlington III 307 for 7 wkts
Ed Phipps 105
Nathan Wallington 75
Alexander Dark 36
Jack Owen 11.2-5-26-5
76 all out
Ummer Dogar 12.0-1-58-3
Chipping Norton II win by 231 runs  View Result Card Completed
        A 170-run 4th-wicket partnership between Ed Phipps and Nathan Wallington helped set up a good total for Chippy to try and defend it included a sublime century from Phipps, and a first ever half-century from Wallington. Credit to the young 10-man Kidlington side for sticking at it. Some very tight bowling from Jack Owen and Ben Keevill-Savage - who seemed to be about the only bowlers who actually managed to the pitch the ball in the innings - helped see Chippy to victory. Good luck to Kidlington for the rest of the season.
14/07/2018 Hook Norton II v Deddington II 150 all out
Jason Davis 39
Oscar Raisbeck 52
John Weaver 10.0-2-42-3
Jason Davis 8.0-2-12-3
154 for 9 wkts
Oliver Roberts 39
Chris Buckingham 48*
Mathew Oldfield 7.0-1-30-4
Deddington II win by 1 wkts  View Result Card Completed
        Great close match. Won by an excellent 48no by Chris Buckingham, Deddington's no.9 bat.
14/07/2018 Stanton Harcourt II v Stonesfield II 160 for 5 wkts
Robert Graham 35
Jake Souch 50*
Andrew Walker 38*
John Woodward 12.0-1-45-3
Andrew Walker 7.0-0-28-3
Jake Souch 6.0-1-13-3
156 all out
Ben Hayes 58
Dan Taylor 12.0-1-69-3
Stanton Harcourt II win by 5 wkts  View Result Card Completed
        Stonesfield won the toss & asked to bat against the 8 starting players for Stanton. Some tight bowling managed to hide some of the holes in the field before the arrival of the 9 th player (the field still looked pretty big!) Stanton bowled & fielded brilliantly throughout, & took their chances & restricted runs where possible. Despite b.hayes 58 & d.taylor’s 27 the stonesfield score never got out of hand & finished 156 all out in the 37th over. Stanton started positively & an opening 50 partnership was brought up in the 7th over. Before 3 quick wickets spread the game wide open, a slowing down of the rate & rebuilding was required before another 2 quick wickets had Stanton at 71-5. 80 runs required & 3 wickets remaining. J.souch & a.walker managed to pick the gaps & punish the shorter balls & bring Stanton Home in the 29th over. Love playing against stonesfield always a good games & some talented youngsters. Looking forward to the away fixture.
14/07/2018 Westcott II v Oxenford III 213 for 8 wkts
Philip Bateman 96
Michael Herriott 36
Lewis Jeacock 5.0-0-10-4
140 all out
Edward Durbin 52
Asad Bakhtiar 12.0-2-48-4
Sanjay Rathee 11.0-1-65-3
Westcott II win by 73 runs  View Result Card Completed

Division  7 South
14/07/2018 Faringdon II v Kennington II 110 for 1 wkts
Stuart McDowall 38*
Rob Smith 57*
George Liddiard 8.0-5-14-4
Simon Cornish 9.5-2-20-3
101 all out Faringdon II win by 9 wkts  View Result Card Completed
14/07/2018 Harwell International v Watlington II 162 for 5 wkts
Afzal Hussain 42
Stephen Boag 10.0-3-29-3
Matthew E Davies 10.0-0-29-4
161 all out
Mark Taylor 37
Joe Saunders 34
Harwell International win by 5 wkts  View Result Card Completed
        Some excellent batting up top by Watlington’s Mark Taylor (37) was counteracted by fine figures of Stephen Boag (3-29) and Matt Davies (4-29) of Harwell. Also of note a skippers innings from Joe Saunders (34) helped Watlington to 161all out. In spite of the fearsome record of the Crockett boys, Afzal Hussain put on a nice 42, followed up by a great knock to nearly get a Harwell to the line from Matt Davies (29). Some great pressure bowling at the end from Mark Taylor (10-3-31-0) and 2 wickets in 2 balls from Tynan Crockett (11.1-1-22-2) rattled a few nerves but Harwell got home 5 wickets down. Watlington II’s are a solid team who’ve swept most teams aside in the division. We feel proud (and surprised) to have won a well fought game, and a special note to the opposition Captain who certainly leads by example.
14/07/2018 Kilkenny II v Steventon II 111 for 0 wkts
Jason Trinder 66*
Iain Jenkins 30*
Charlie Wood 5.3-1-9-4
110 all out
Steven Hawkes 32
Kilkenny II win by 10 wkts  View Result Card Completed
        Good game of cricket played in a good spirit. Brilliant fielding display by Kilkenny starting with only 9, Charlie wood the stand out bowler. Kilkenny chase the runs with 66 from Trinder and 30 from Jenkins. Good luck for the rest of the season to the Steventon lads.
14/07/2018 Sunningwell II v Marcham II n/a n/a Match conceded by Marcham II n/a

Cup Results 13/07/2018 - 16/07/2018

Match Date Fixture # Home Side   Away Side Home Side Score Away Side Score Result Ground Report

Airey Cup

No fixtures to report between those dates.

Centenary Cup

No fixtures to report between those dates.

Osberton Radiators Cup

Semi Finals
15/07/2018 29 Faringdon II v Watlington II 219 for 6 wkts
Dave Johnson 41
Alan Johnson 44
Simon Cornish 67
Simon Cornish 7.0-0-27-4
217 all out
Chris Allen 42
Tom King 72
Patrick Sunderland 33
Jaylan Crockett 12.0-1-68-4
Faringdon II win by 2 runs  View Result Card Completed
          An amazing game of cricket, Faringdon won the toss and elected to bat with 30 overs gone and just over 100 on the board a below par score looked likely skipper Cornish had other ideas and 113 were scored in the last 15 overs. Watlington were always close to the required run rate and then in front 3 overs left 3 runs required and 3 wkts in hand up steps S.Cornish to throw his pies a triple wkt maiden ensues and Faringdon win by two runs.
15/07/2018 30 Stanton Harcourt II v Chipping Norton II 279 for 8 wkts
Robert Graham 35
Jason Fuller 58
Andrew Walker 111*
Jason Fuller 6.0-0-38-3
237 for 9 wkts
Paul Westley 106
Nathan Wallington 12.0-0-73-3
Adam Morrey 11.0-1-88-3
Stanton Harcourt II win by 42 runs  View Result Card Completed
          After initial confusion at the toss (my bad) chippy invited Stanton to bat on yet another glorious day. A steady start had Stanton 37-0 off 10 before 2 wickets in 2 balls undid the openers good work, r.graham & j.fuller rebuilt with a partnership of 40, & then a partnership of 66 between j.fuller & j.souch set Stanton up to go big in the latter overs. An invitation a.walker took up with great effect, a superb 111 off 57 balls with 10 fours & 8 maximums. Allowed Stanton to score 69 runs off the last 5 overs to post an intimidating 279-8. Chippy knew what was required & opener p.westley gave it a good go hitting 106 before being bowled in the 37th over trying to make up the run rate. Chippy we’re still in the game but as the run rate required got into double figures wickets fell in the attempt to get the runs, eventually finishing 237-9 off the 45 overs. An excellent well umpired game. We wish chippy all the best for the season, a top bunch.

Steve Dixon Memorial Cup

No fixtures to report between those dates.

Telegraph Cup

No fixtures to report between those dates.