Leighton Town 2-3 Tuffley Rovers

Leighton Town – 2

Tuffley Rovers – 3

For any fan of football that sits at home on a Saturday afternoon watching scores ticking over on a television screen, and thinks non-league football would be poor to watch should have been at Bell Close on Saturday afternoon. Any neutrals attending this game may not have recognised many of the faces on the pitch, but they would certainly have recognised the full bloodied approach to the game, and the ecstasy turning to agony that concluded this tie in the final five minutes that only the FA Cup can deliver at any level and any round.

Leighton Town played their first game in front of their newly refurbished main stand, shining brightly red and white on a sunny afternoon, and it will be a while surely before it witnesses another grand slam finish to a FA Cup fixture like this one. With eighty-four and a half minutes played the home side were two goals to the good, and were defending everything their guests could hurl at them. But a penalty awarded to Tuffley was converted and gave them belief and the momentum to not only equalise but also find a winner seven minutes into added time, and leave Leighton literally on the floor at the final whistle.

Newly refurbished stand

Tuffley enjoyed some good early possession and a fourth minute corner was met by the diving head of Brett James but a slight deflection off Alex Condon saw the ball deflect off the crossbar and over for a corner. From the clearance Leighton attacked with pace and the ball the ball was played up to Lorrell Smith, as Rovers keeper & captain Dave Evans fought to win the ball off the striker it fell loose to Alex O’Brien and with defenders straining to get back and cover the empty net Evans had no choice but to bring the Town man down and take a yellow card for his efforts. Dom Marsala saw his free kick punched back to him by Evans and the Leighton skipper fired at goal again, the ball striking James Hatch before going in to give the hosts the lead.

Home keeper Tom Wyant then made a good save from close range after some foot tennis inside the area, and then had to get down low to his left to smoother a free kick from twenty yards from Rovers player-manager Mark Pritchett. A left wing cross was then headed wide by Courtney Hamilton as the away side pushed for a leveller, before a long throw found Pritchett at the near post with Condon in close attendance who turned and fired only to see Wyant save with his feet.

Leighton fought their way back and just past the hour mark saw Leighton attack on the break when O’Brien was fed behind the Tuffley back line, with defenders hot on his heels he shot from just inside the box but never really troubled Evans, and Carl Tappin then laid off to Luke Marsh who side footed wide. The home side doubled their lead on thirty-six minutes when O’Brien knocked a ball over the top for Smith to run on to and lob deftly over the advancing Evans then round to tap into the unguarded net. H/T: 2-0

Smith scores Leighton second

Early in the second half a loose ball was driven low by Joel White for the visitors but Wyant was behind it all the way and gathered safely on his line, and a golden opportunity to get a foothold in the game was spurned when attacking down their right Wyant went out to meet Mann but missed the ball, Mann crossed to Brett James but with the goal gaping he lifted the ball wide of goal.

Hatch then got away down the Town right and delivered an inviting cross which Smith threw himself at acrobatically in front of goal, the slightest touch would have turned it home but it whistled away and was eventually cleared. Hatch & Smith then combined well again seeing the latter away on goal but Evans came out bravely diving at the feet of the Town striker to deny any shooting opportunity.

Hatch then released Marsala down the left channel, cutting inside he curled a shot around Evans and as the crowd held their breath the ball rolled agonisingly wide of the back post. Tuffley substitute Jamie Goodwin then tried his luck from the edge of the box only to see his effort crash back off the crossbar, and Mann could only head the rebound wide.

On seventy two minutes the Leighton goal frame was rattled again, a cross was cleared to just outside the box and a shot from Pritchett caught Wyant in two minds and he watched the ball again bounce of his back post and eventually cleared. A Leighton counter attack then saw Smith drag two defenders across field before laying the ball perfectly into the path of Hatch whose fierce drive was well saved by the feet of Evans, diverting for a corner.

As we entered the final five minutes no one saw what was about to unfold, a cross into the Leighton box looked harmless but as Pritchett went down under the challenge from Tappin, the referee awarded a penalty. Warren Mann smashed into the top corner, and reminded his colleagues during his celebrations that they were still in this FA Cup tie.

As we entered added time, Leighton were holding the ball at the Tuffley end trying to run down the clock beside the corner flag, but Brett James was having none of it, winning the ball back and knocking it down the left wing for Mann to chase down and cross into the middle where Pritchett spectacularly scissor kicked the ball as he hovered horizontally, into the corner beyond Wyant sending his team mates and supporters into delirium.

There was time for a Leighton cross to be palmed away by Evans off his own crossbar, before seven minutes into added time a fifty-fifty challenge on the edge of the Town box saw the ball squirm out to Mann who cut back for Sam Hill who from the acutest of angles fired across goal, and watch the ball hit the back post and go in to send his side through to the next round. F/T: 2-3

Attendance: 118

After the game Sports Shots caught up with Leighton manager Scott Reynolds: 

 

For full match photography click here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsm3hpF96

 

CL,D6: Dipple leads Town III to victory

Buckingham Town III’s maintained their 4th place spot in Cherwell League Div 6 with a convincing victory over Banbury 4’s.

Batting first, Mike Taylor (56) and Vishal Valambhia (77) helped Town post 201, before Matt Dipple ripped through Banbury’s top order to finish with impressive figures of 6-9 from his 10 overs.

Matt Dipple

http://cherwellcricketleague.com/scorecard.php?Match_ID=5530

SSMFL,D1: Winslow net five second half goals to record big win

Winslow score five second-half goals to record a crushing victory over Bedfordshire side.

First Half

A slow and sloppy start from Winslow saw them fall two goals behind to Ampthill Town on Saturday at Bedford Street. The unmarked Ampthill number 5 rose to met a long free-kick to nod past Aaron White in the Winslow goal to put the hosts ahead, before White produced two stunning saves low down to deny Ampthill their second. Ampthill weren’t to be denied however as the Ampthill number 9 met a deep cross at the back post to nod down to the number 5 who emphatically thumped the ball into the back of the net to put the Amps two goals up.

With 20 minutes gone the large away following were fearing the worst as Winslow had seemingly given themselves a mountain to climb, but this is a different Winslow now who don’t know when they are beaten and they demonstrated all these fighting abilities to get themselves back into the game.

The visitors started to impose themselves on the game and Daniel Delderfield was put through on goal following a clever flick from Aaron King but screwed his effort wide. The irrepressible Sean Coles then produced a mazy run and as he bore down on goal he looked to have been taken down by the Ampthill ‘keeper who was the last man however those in the crowd were of the opinion that perhaps Coles’ momentum had led him to trip over the ball as he went past the Town No.1. It was Coles again in the thick of things as he was denied by a last ditch tackle as he bore down on goal with the resulting corner coming to nothing.

Ampthill still offered a threat though with their number 5 toe poking an effort just inches wide of the far post.

However it was the visitors that were still in the ascendancy and deserved to get themselves a foothold in the game; they were duly rewarded when a through ball from Mitchell Collins was raced on to by Aaron King who, from 25 yards, unleashed an unstoppable strike past the Ampthill ‘keeper and it was firmly a case of game on.

Moments later, with Winslow now dominating proceedings, Aaron King fed Coles and his cut back found skipper Simon King; he took a touch, which took the defender out, opening the goal up and then curled a fine effort into the far top corner to drag Winslow back on level terms. Daniel Deldefield then created two chances for Aaron King but the first, following a cut back, produced a great save from the Amps ‘keeper and the second saw a shot rocket into the side netting.

Half-Time

Second Half

At half-time Taylor Collins, who went onto produce a very impressive debut on the left wing, replaced his unwell brother Mitchell Collins. Winslow emerged from the tunnel and the manner in which the first-half had ended there appeared to be only one winner going into the second half.

In a mirror image of the start to the first 45; the visitors were inexplicably caught sleeping once again and after a mere 12 seconds, straight from the kick off, were punished as Ampthill regained the lead when the number 9 met a cross on the stretch to tap the ball into the net past a stranded White.

Aaron King – Winslow United

United had again given themselves a mountain to climb and a lesser side could have caved in, but this team are made of stronger stuff and what was to come can only be described as exquisite, enter stage right Aaron King. Ampthill’s third goal only seemed to re-energise Winslow and they completely blew away a side who had won both of their opening games against good opposition.

Coles was first up to seize the moment unleashing a stunning strike and with the ‘keeper well beaten was unlucky to see his effort come back off the post as Winslow pressed for a quick equaliser.

The equaliser finally came following a mistake by the Ampthill ‘keeper dropping Coles’s cross on to the foot of Aaron King, who took a touch and lashed the ball into the back of the net. The ex-Rushden and Diamonds man was simply unplayable and minutes after equalizing he raced on to a Coles through ball and with the Ampthill back-line appealing in vain for offside danced around the ‘keeper and tapped into the back of the net to give Winslow the lead for the very first time in the game.

It was a lead that Winslow weren’t to relinquish; Aaron King’s fourth and Winslow’s fifth goal came as he turned and shot on the edge of the box sending the ‘keeper the wrong way after a Kevin Mealor free-kick. The hosts heads dropped and the visitors were now in full control with it being simply a case of how many more could they score.

King’s fifth and Winslow’s sixth goal of the day came as he produced a stunning volley on the angle of the box which left the ‘keeper with no chance as he grasped at thin air. United then sealed the victory with a fine passage of play involving a number of passes which culminated with Delderfield’s cut back being met by Coles and he tapped in for his first Winslow goal and Winslow’s seventh of the day.

In the final moments of the game Aaron White produced a stunning save from an Ampthill corner as he dived low down and got a strong hand to the ball and then pounced on it on the goal line.

Unsurprisingly Aaron King was named Man of the Match for his five goal haul, taking his tally already to 8 in 3.

Full-Time

It was a tremendous victory against a very good and confident Ampthill side who were in good form with two wins out of two in the league and were buoyed by the opening of their fantastic new club house. Fantastic to see yet another standing ovation for the players and manager by the strong Winslow following who were clearly delighted with what they had seen.

Up Next

We face our second trip to Harefield in four weeks as we face Harefield United who come fresh off of a tremendous 4-1 victory against St Neots Town Reserves and will prove yet another tough test .

Did You Know?

Cast your minds back to 22 November 2010, this was the last time that Winslow scored 7 goals in a league game as we trounced Brache Sparta 7-0, current first team Captain Simon King also notched in that game.

Final thoughts

A massive thank you to all those that came again yesterday, your support is encouraging this team to play in such a confident manner and this results in displays such as today and as always is welcomed, appreciated and truly valued.

After our visit to Harefield United we have two home games against Codicote in the Division One Cup (Tuesday 29th 7:45) and then Enfield Borough on Saturday 2nd (3:00).

CS&TFL,D1: Robins off to a flyer with back-to-back opening wins

Buckingham Town entertained high flying newcomers Pinchbeck United on Saturday and ended their unbeaten start to the season. Pinchbeck arrived at Manor Fields sitting proudly on top of the United Counties League division one table after a cracking start to their first season at this level, looking to extend their lead at the top but found a hard working Robins team also looking for maximum points.

Buckingham started brightly and used the ball well in the opening exchanges but it was the visitors who created the first chance, a snapshot which Thrussell blocked on the goal line.

Cory Kingston then fired over for Pinchbeck from a tight angle but it was Kingston who put the visitors in front on 17 minutes.

Buckingham failed to clear the ball with any distance after another Pinchbeck attack and Kingston found himself twenty yards out with the ball at his feet from where he curled a superb shot just inside the far post.

Buckingham responded well and after a weaving run into the penalty area Kelvin Osei-Addo stung Ben Martin’s hands in the Pinchbeck goal with a fierce shot. Osei-Addo looked to have been brought down by the goalkeeper for a dead-cert penalty five minutes later as he raced through into the area one-on-one but the referee saw things differently and gave a free kick the other way.

The equaliser arrived ten minutes before the break as Levi Squillance raided down Buckingham’s right and delivered an inch perfect cross that was turned in by Dan Silver from close range.

Daniel Silver

Pinchbeck sought to get their noses in front again before the break and Thrussell had to dive bravely at the feet of a visiting striker as he bore down on goal, the home stopper needing extensive treatment before being able to continue.

The second half was a tight affair with both sides playing some neat football and Pinchbeck had a goal ruled out for offside soon after the restart. Osei-Addo had the chance to give Town the lead but shot wide when well placed and then Thrussell then produced a super save to keep out a downward header that was arrowing in at the far post. Osei-Addo put Buckingham in front with twenty minutes remaining, running on to a precise through ball from Orlando Joao to finish powerfully past Martin with a low shot from 18 yards.

Pinchbeck then made changes and had their best spell of the match as they put Buckingham under pressure and went all out for the equaliser but the Robins defence held firm.

A hard working display from Buckingham against one of the teams that will there or thereabouts come the end of the season and a very good three points as a result.

Buckingham Town visit Irchester United on Tuesday evening, Kick off at 7-45.

CL,D2: Town II edge closer to title with big win

Buckingham Town II are edging closer to the Cherwell League, Division 2 title.

Dom Pritchard’s side went twelve points clear with a comprehensive 146-run win at Bledlow Village on Saturday.

With two games remaining Town II’s are in the box seat to play Division 1 cricket next season for the first time in their history.

After Alex O’Dell (27) and Steve Brunning (55) gave Town II’s a good platform it was Steve Beck (61) and Ben Laycock (51) who took their side on before a few lusty late-order blows by Jason Ell (30 not out from 22 balls) helped post an impressive 271 for 7.

Ben Laycock

Ben Laycock and Nic Bond then blew away the top order to leave Bledlow Village reeling at 5 for 4, from which they never recovered.

Town II worked their way through the visitors batting with a strong bowling display; skipper Pritchard and Ben Stafford removing the rest as they took their last wicket with the score on 125.

Laycock, three for 19, Bond, two for 24 , Pritchard three for 37 and Stafford, two for 32 doing the damage.

Match scorecard LINK

Cherwell League, Division 2 table LINK

Bledlow Village v Buckingham Town

HCPCL,D2: Town do the double over Shipton

By Andrew Holland

Buckingham welcomed Shipton to Bourton Road on Saturday, and after winning the toss asked the visitors to bat first.

Kallan Braid Ball

Lester Smart, playing his first game of the season for the 1st team, struck in his first over as he had Craig Wood caught behind by Jonny Cater. Simon Hole and Charlie Miller put on 23 for the second wicket before Smart and Kallan Braid-Ball ripped the heart out of the Shipton batting as they took 6 wickets for 9 runs in 11 overs to leave the score struggling at 36 for 7. Smart bowled his 10 overs straight through, finishing with impressive figures of 4 wickets for 9 runs with 5 maidens. Harry Davies (13) and Skipper Charlie Brain (25) offered some resistance with a partnership of 41 for the 8th wicket, but when George Humphries bowled Davies the end came quickly. Braid-Ball returned to pick up his 4th wicket, finishing with 4 for 30 from his 10 overs before Humphries (2 for 19 from 8.4 overs) finished the innings off to bowl Shipton out for 81.

Jack Deal

Leigh Tomlinson made a quick start to the Buckingham chase, scoring 24 in an opening stand of 38 before becoming the first of 5 wickets for Anupam Sanklecha to fall in five overs which reduced the hosts to 58 for 5. Jack Deal and Jack Parish came together and saw out Sanklecha’s spell (5 for 31 from 10 overs) before scoring against the other bowlers. The pair put on 26 at close to a run a ball to see Buckingham over the line to complete a double over Shipton, Deal top scoring as he finished 26 not out.

Shipton Under Wychwood
C. Wood c Cater b Smart 2 (7)
S. Hole c Cater b Braid-Ball 11 (26)
C. Miller+ c Cater b Braid-Ball 9 (21)
A. Sanklecha lbw b Smart 1 (10)
I. Lewis c Cater b Smart 0 (2)
B. Norgrove c Jayasena b Braid-Ball 0 (14)
H. Davies b Humphries 13 (46)
S. Cross c Tomlinson b Smart 3 (15)
C. Brain* c Parish b Braid-Ball 25 (39)
S. Harris c Pearson b Humphries 0 (14)
S. Miller Not Out 4 (10)
Extras (2b, 1lb, 6w, 4nb) 13
Total 81 all out
33.4 overs

FoW: 4-1 (Wood, 1.4); 27-2 (C. Miller, 6.5); 28-3 (Sanklecha, 9.3); 28-4 (Lewis, 9.5); 30-5 (Hole, 10.5); 33-6 (Norgrove, 14.5); 36-7 (Cross, 17.5); 77-8 (Davies, 29.1); 77-9 (Brain, 30.3); 81-10 (Harris, 33.4)

K. Braid-Ball 10-1-30-4 (3w, 4nb)
L. Smart 10-5-9-4 (1w)
G. Humphries 8.4-3-19-2
J. Parish 5-0-20-0 (2w)

Buckingham
L. Tomlinson b Sanklecha 24 (30)
R. Large c Miller b Sanklecha 10 (22)
A. Pearson c Brain b Sanklecha 1 (11)
J. Cater*+ lbw b Sanklecha 0 (1)
J. Deal Not Out 26 (38)
A. Martin b Sanklecha 4 (19)
J. Parish Not Out 7 (10)
Extras (2lb, 8w, 2nb) 10
Total 84-5
21.4 overs

FoW: 38-1 (Tomlinson, 8.2); 43-2 (Large, 10.1), 43-3 (Cater, 10.2); 46-4 (Pearson, 12.1); 58-5 (Martin, 16.4)

A. Sanklecha 10-0-31-5 (6w)
S. Harris 4-0-22-0
H. Davies 4-3-9-0 (2w, 2nb)
S. Miller 2.4-0-18-0
C. Brain 1-0-2-0

Buckingham win by 5 wickets.

Buckingham – 20 points
Shipton – 5 points

South Northants League – Results & performers for the weekend (19/8/17)

South Northants Cricket League 2017; Results for Saturday 19th August

Home Counties Premier League – Results & performers for the weekend (19/8/17)

Division 1 (click on match for scorecard)

 

Banbury (200-7 off 50) tied with Finchampstead (200ao off 49 [batting second])

Burnham (183ao off 46) lost to High Wycombe (262−4 off 50)

Great & Little Tew (217-9 off 50) lost to Oxford (225−9 off 50)

Henley (231-8 off 50) beat Tring Park (205ao off 47)

Horspath (235-9 off 50) lost to Slough (279−8 off 50)

 

Division 2 (click on match for scorecard)

 

Amersham (283-5 off 50) beat Great Brickhill (154ao off 34.4)

Buckingham Town (84-5 off 21.4) beat Shipton under Wychwood(81ao off 33.4)

Datchet (116ao off 45.3) lost to Harefield (117−3 off 29.1)

Reading (74ao off 38.1) lost to Aston Rowant (75−3 off 14)

Thame Town (200ao off 49.4) beat Chesham (197ao off 49.3)

OCA League – Results & performers for the weekend (19/8/17)

Division 1

Yarnton & Cowley 38 (M Hume 4-13, K Hodgson 4-25), Faringdon 39-1.

Wolvercote 150 (M Child 53, T Stewart-Liberty 45, R Kakar 4-26), Oxenford 152-6 (A Mallick 31, B George 4-43).

Stonesfield 70 (I Johnston 6-24), Charlbury 71-7.

 

Division 2

Chadlington 85 (J Morgan 4-24, T Hill 3-24), Broughton & NN 86-2.

Eynsham 231-8 (S Jones 50, R Margerison 41, T Gerken 36no, C Karawita 4-47), Chipping Norton 203-6 (R Warner-Carter 54no, C Karawita 41, M Usher 39, M Weller 3-53).

Marsh Gibbon 152 (S Pritchard 3-43), Wantage 153-9 (D Spencer 74no, S Richardson 3-54).

Wootton & BH 131 (B Webb 71), Westcott 122 (T Hussain 40, D Wiskin 4-29, B Webb 3-42).

Witney Swifts 147-8 (J O’Sullivan 39, L Harvey 4-34), Clifton Hampden 148-2 (M Benson 75no, A Pynegar 31).

 

Division 3

Cairns Fudge 178-8 (S Shaw 39no, A Small 36, T Small 30, S Hanson 4-33), Middleton Cheney 114 (S Wilkes 31, H Newall 3-29).

Fringford 136 (J Reid 59, E Hewlett 6-12), Watlington 131 (I Hedley 3-39, P King 3-43).

Kidlington 149-8 (E Willmott 44, S Rodway 32, D Gordon 3-26, C May 3-44), Kilkenny 96 (J Bishop 40, S Litten 5-21).

Risinghurst 147 (S Mehrotra 41, A Walker 3-31), Stanton Harcourt 150-6 (C Pascoe 39, J Souch 35no).

Tetsworth 162 (K Meghji 73, R Mistry 35, J Ayris 3-19, J Halsey 3-20, R Brown 3-47), Hanborough 102 (M Neilson 43, S Babu 5-21).

 

Division 4

Brill 38 (J Easterbrook 3-10), Bampton 39-4.

Dorchester 206-8 (A Redhead 63, T Airs 30no, T Fillery 4-33), Uffington 214-3 (S Alva 59, T Fillery 45, A Radcliffe 41no).

Swinbrook 195 (A Khushi 97, N Himpson 4-58), Sunningwell 198-7 (T Harris 51, D Whinfrey 37).

Marcham 163 (T Barrett 58, C Webb 30), West Ilsley 91 (M Palmer 4-33, S Armstrong 3-11).

 

Division 5

Britwell Salome w/o Hailey & West Witney.

Great Horwood 2nd 53 (G Townsend 7-26), Ducklington 54-0 (J Hughes 30no).

Hook Norton 272-9 (M Riley 90, A Bennett 64, A Plant 56, G Rowley 4-72), Kennington 120 (R Knight 4-25).

Combe 104-8 (C Moore 58no, R Rana 3-24), Radley 105-9 (D Gardner 4-36, J Chaundy 3-31).

Steventon 125 (J Bennett 35, N Pinhol 3-25, N Khan 3-45), Wolvercote 2nd 47 (T Cannon 5-18, L Chablani 3-9).

 

Division 6

Tetsworth 2nd 104 (S Gill 31, T Jarvis 7-18), Charlbury 2nd 85 (A Aman 3-3, H Zaman 3-42).

Shrivenham 165 (A Bowles 35, R Deacon 33, P Beckley 4-28, R Barksfield 3-25), E&W Hendred 2nd 168-9 (E Hutt 42, R Deacon 6-36, S Winskill 3-44).

Kidlington 2nd w/o Faringdon 2nd.

Oxenford 2nd 210-7 (D Meena 79no, A Rafiq 39), Wootton & BH 2nd 45 (P Meshram 6-11).

 

Division 7

Witney Swifts 2nd 136 (B Horne 40, D Craig 32, R Fourie 3-13, B Mullavey 3-13), Middleton Cheney 2nd 58 (G Woodward 4-18, H Hamblin 3-14).

Stonesfield 2nd w/o Stanton Harcourt 2nd.

Chesterton 113-9 (P Davis 49, S Mohammed 3-17), Yarnton & Cowley 2nd 117-9 (J Appleton 6-32).

 

Division 8 North

Chadlington 2nd 127-8 (K Duester 34, T Young 4-25), Westcott 2nd 128-7 (J Forrest 43, K Duester 3-22).

Hook Norton 2nd 178 (C Plant 53, M Parker 41, K Reynolds 4-61), Charlbury 3rd 58 (J Weaver 6-27).

Deddington 2nd 158-6 (G Welch 56no, N Murphy 38, D Barnhill 31), Kidlington 3rd 132 (J Boyce 40, G Welch 5-25).

Risinghurst 2nd 126 (R Kumar 47, H Raza 31, A Davies 5-26, L Murgatroyd 3-24), Wolvercote 3rd 86 (H Turner 32, M Khalil 5-6, S Thomas 3-8).

 

Division 8 South

Kennington 2nd 71 (S May 4-6), Letcombe 72-1 (P Austin 54no).

Chalgrove 174-8 (T McDermott 60, J McGraw 44, O Deans 4-43), Marcham 2nd 169 (O Deans 69, S Hill 34, R Murphy 5-46).

Dorchester 2nd w/o Uffington 2nd.

Sunningwell 2nd 47 (R Garimella 5-11, P Sunderland 3-5), Watlington 2nd 48-0.

Cherwell League – Results & performers for the weekend (19/8/17)

Division 1

Twyford 177 (S Alam 76, T Costley 5-44, A Rafiq 3-48), Oxford Downs 160-7 (T Costley 60no, W Mehmood 39, B Afzal 4-27).

Horspath 2nd 94 (J Mohammed 31, J Smith 4-40), Long Marston 97-5 (J Smith 40).

Tiddington 237-9 (C Goodman 98, J Talbot 37, F Ali 5-43, W Mohammed 3-46), Dinton 108 (N Smith 3-14).

Banbury 2nd 175 (J Lambden 53, P White 4-35), Abingdon Vale 166-9 (A Premkumar 49, J Curtis 3-34, G Tait 3-43).

Cumnor 278-7 (W Bull 90, A Hodder-Williams 55, H Ackland 54, M Lake 38, A Barras 4-61), Aston Rowant 2nd 138 (T Morgan 58, M Mannering 3-19).

 

Division 2

Didcot 110 (V Perera 38), Oxford 2nd 111-3.

Sandford St Martin 210-7 (C Thompson 45, H Portman 38, O Ong 37no), Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 98 (M Anson 3-15, H Portman 3-18, C Thompson 3-23).

Great & Little Tew 2nd 119 (C Slatter 49, J Heath 4-40), Cropredy 120-7 (E Somerton 57, L Manley 5-59).

Challow & Childrey 259-6 (R Gordon 131no, P Bryan 44, D Scott 3-66, L Selfe 3-66), Leighton Buzzard Town 155 (G Proudfoot 58, L Selfe 44, J Harris 3-37, C Jones 3-38).

Buckingham Town 2nd 271-7 (S Beck 61, S Brunning 55, B Laycock 51, J Ell 30no, M Bolton 3-80, T Moore 3-93), Bledlow Village 125 (J Basu 41, M Pearce 31no, B Laycock 3-19, D Pritchard 3-37).

 

Division 3

Banbury 3rd 179 (J Mitchelmore 69, M Simpson 41, I Mohammed 37, I Butt 6-55, H Malik 3-56), Wolverton Town 182-4 (A Malik 49no, J Raja 49, A Hussain 42no, A Mujtaba 33).

Bicester & North Oxford 157 (S Sansome 31, A Khan 5-36), Great Brickhill 2nd 159-4 (G Morris 31no).

Cublington 280-6 (K Petal 118, J Rodnight 48, B Orchard 30), Horley 232 (S King 68no, D Taylor 33, K Petal 6-71).

Oxford Downs 2nd 145 (W Bartlett 39, I Caunce 37, C Walia 5-33), East Oxford 107 (M Hassan 61, C Chahas 5-14).

 

Division 4

Thame Town 2nd 168 (M Ridgeway 48, R Carr 44, M Furness 35, A Cummins 5-38, H Moon 3-43), Horspath 3rd 169-7 (C Jones 34, S Lachland 3-35).

Minster Lovell 191 (J Merriman 39, C Tinsley 37, Z Aslam 3-59), Stokenchurch 153 (K Kayani 31, E Dunn 6-32, B Barrett 3-37).

Shipton-under-Wychwood 2nd 184-9 (I Harris 53, A Mehmood 3-26, R Brown 3-59), Bletchley Town 189-4 (N Shahzad 93, E Turner 37).

Tiddington 2nd 84 (O Burney 3-28), Witney Mills 85-3 (S Cross 53).

 

Division 5

Abingdon Vale 2nd 166-9 (M Howe-Davies 54, T Allen 36, S Powell 6-41), Cumnor 2nd 167-4 (J Washbourn-Calcutt 79no, M Race 62).

Leighton Buzzard Town 2nd 224-9 (R Krynauw 105no, M Twynham 3-17, A Warbie 3-38), Cropredy 2nd 191 (A Warbie 46no, J Haynes 43, T Bunting 34, J Cowley 4-37).

Bledlow Ridge 229 (S Rolfe 81, P Brooks 47, R Shah 4-39), Kimble 169-9 (B Rose 49, J Foster 38, M Dakin 4-36).

 

Division 6

Chearsley 117 (A Crichton 55, C Leaney 6-48, T Foster 4-41), Aston Rowant 3rd 120-2 (M Walker 42, M Luxford 38no).

East Oxford 2nd 192-9 (A Shahid 86, M Ayyaz 35no), Sandford St Martin 2nd 171 (C Simpson 123, A Nawaz 3-23, M Imran 3-43).

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd 103 (T Ahmed 39, T Weymes 6-30, T Jackson 3-16), Twyford 2nd 104-5 (B Elkington 43).

Buckingham Town 3rd 201 (V Valambhia 77, M Taylor 56, S Partington 3-26, L Wetherill 3-38), Banbury 4th 84 (M Dipple 6-9).

 

Division 7

Horley 2nd 207-4 (S Cox 61no, R Hart 60, D Quinney 45, N Ireson 3-48), Witney Mills 2nd 51 (J Wimbush 5-21, S Shanga 3-4).

Cublington 2nd 78 (E Crowther 4-5), Minster Lovell 2nd 79-6 (N Rowe 4-18).

Bledlow Village 2nd 206-6 (M Goodchild 94, H Mossley 49), Aston Rowant 4th 141 (J Coles 47, G Redguard-Siler 36no, J Harman 4-38).

Long Marston 3rd 44 (N Blithe 3-8, M Peyton Bruhl 3-14, S Manning 3-16), Westbury 2nd 48-2.

Bicester & North Oxford 2nd 172-8 (C Doak 53, L Heritage 5-33), Horspath 4th 136-6 (H Naeem 3-37).

 

Division 8

Bledlow Ridge 2nd 125 (R Dryden 38, S Dryden 33, F Norridge 4-23, S Dickins 3-32), Shipton-under-Wychwood 3rd 114 (F Norridge 32, D Saint 3-19, M Gillett 3-26).

Didcot 3rd 148 (S Moitra 46, D Allen 43no, J Clapton 3-47, M Naqvi 3-15), Cumnor 3rd 149-5 (J Clapton 88, M Naqvi 48, O Bean 3-10).

Buckingham Town 4th 85 (R Howells 5-34), Abingdon Vale 3rd 88-6 (J Stock 44no).

Brackley 2nd 130, Wolverton Town 2nd 131-8 (Z Mahmood 45).

 

Division 9

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 3rd 48 (J McStay 4-13, I McStay 3-12), Thame Town 3rd 49-7.

Oxford Downs 3rd 180-7 (M Watts 42, G Watts 34), Banbury 5th 175 (F Price 95, M Mohand 3-42).

Tiddington 3rd 173-7 (N Dales 48, N Edmondson 40, M Gordon 38), Kimble 2nd 103 (A Singh 30, P Wood 9-50).

Cropredy 3rd 143-8 (T Hussain 46no, R Orchard 45, G Rees 4-42), Challow & Childrey 3rd 144-2 (R Podbery 49no, M Gregory 41, T Rees 37no).

Twyford 3rd 105 (O Davies 35, J Springett 4-22), Stokenchurch 2nd 107-2 (G Murton 42).

 

Division 10

Dinton 3rd 213-4 (C Claydon 101, A Bradley 48, M Randall 3-22), Bicester & North Oxford 3rd 85 (D O’Sullivan 4-16).

Kingston Bagpuize 2nd 145 (J Ewards 53, J Ramanadwrule 3-16), Bletchley Town 2nd 70 (E Murray 3-10, J Hornblow 3-14).

Didcot 4th 108 (H Robertson 3-36), Aston Rowant 5th 109-1 (P Barnett 61no, P Holt 45no).

Shipton-under-Wychwood 4th w/o Chearsley 2nd.

Abingdon Vale 4th 213-5 (B Sanagara 46no, M Powell 43no, P Malayan 37, R Gilbert 4-48), Minster Lovell 3rd 114-5 (A Horne 75no).