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CCLD6; Town III’s will be Twying to build on success this weekend

Buckingham Town III’s host Twyford II’s this Saturday, a local derby that see’s Town who are 5th in the Cherwell Cricket League Division Six table take on 3rd placed Twyford, and Sports Shots caught up with skipper Brij Valambhia ahead of the fixture:

After bouncing back last week with a good all-round bowling performance, and a great knock from Anant Peshawaria which helped us secure a good total on the board, we will be looking to push on and build upon that success. We want to finish the second half of our season stronger than the first and we will be working hard each week, as we have been doing so far

Anant Peshavaria made 65 last week


Joe Clark

Brij Valambhia

Vish Valambhia

Anant Peshawaria

Ryan Spragg

Matt Dipple

Andy Humphries

Ernie McDade

Luke Tory

Aidan Ennis

Ade Johnson

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CL; Buckingham Town II’s battle all to no a-Vale

Buckingham Town II’s – 123-8 off 48 overs (6 points)

Abingdon Vale – 198 all out off 51.1 overs (18 points)

Buckingham Town II’s drew with Abingdon Vale on Saturday with both sides were in good positions during the afternoon to win the game but both sides struggled to remove each other’s tail end; Town reduced their visitors from 84-3 to 100-5, but Vale reached 198 before finally being bowled out, in return the hosts slumped from 24-3 to 63-7 but again the tail end dug in, and Matthew Thatcher hit a superb 41 & merged a good partnership with James Gear that saw the pair remain unbeaten and seeing out their allotted overs to tie the game.

Abingdon won the toss and elected to bat, William Barker & Amith Premkumar started well until Jason Ell bowled & caught the former with the score on 27 in the fifth over, with Premkumar run out shortly after. Vale then added a further 46 runs before Simon Myatt making his first start of the season took the third wicket with the score on 84. Myatt struck again and a James Gear LBW reduced Vale to 100-5 and Town looked in control, but in came Paul Butcher who steadied the ship and made 55 before being caught behind by Alex O’Dell off Myatt, Wasim Fayyaz took three wickets but Abingdon tail ender Paul White ended 22 not out as his side reached 198 before their final wicket fell. Myatt & Fayyaz both ended with 3 wickets apiece.

O’Dell & Alistair Martin opened for Town after the break as the scorching hot sunshine bore down, and by the ninth over the home side were 24-3 with O’Dell, Sam Younghusband & Martin all out. Captain Steve Beck came in to partner Thatcher and the pair looked solid until Beck was caught quite brilliantly single handed by William Barker diving away to his right. Vishal Valambhia lasted two balls before falling LBW, and just nine runs later Town were 62-6 when Sam Chapman was bowled by Arthur Chapman. Ell fell LBW in the next over and Myatt made 7 before being caught and then things looked bleak, 78-8 and a further sixteen overs to face with two wickets left.

Matthew Thatcher hit 41 not out

But Thatcher still stood in the middle, and his partnership with Gear saw the remaining overs out, Gear finishing 23 not out and their partnership worth 45 runs. Joe Butcher finished with 4 wickets for 41 runs off 16 overs the highlight for Abingdon.

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CL D6: Peshavaria knock takes Town III to 28-run win

An invaluable 65 from Anant Peshavaria gave Buckingham Town III a 28-run win over their Oxford counterparts in the Cherwell League, Division 6 at the weekend.

Anant Peshavaria

Peshavaria’s runs proved to be the difference as Town III posted 159 all out batting first.

Brij Valambhia’s Town III side then bowled Oxford III all out for 131 to take a maximum 25 points.

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CL D8: Tuttlebee all-round display & Johnson lead Town 4th XI to 148 run victory

An excellent all-round display by skipper Dane Tuttlebee and runs from Ade Johnson gave Buckingham Town 4th XI a 148-run victory at Cublington 2nd XI on Saturday.

Dane Tuttlebee

Early in the day, the visitors elected to bat in the Cherwell League, Division 8 clash.

Johnson stroked 79 while Tuttlebee made a fine half century, with Bone (51) also among the runs as Town 4th posted 267 for 6.

Ade Johnson

Tuttlebee then turned in a display with the ball as he took three for 14 as Town 4th dismissed their hosts for just 119 all out.

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Cherwell League: Results, scores & performers Saturday 30th June 2018

Division 1

Long Marston 161 (J Smith 38, E George Crawley 37, G Davson 3-38), Gt Brickhill 164-6 (M Nelson 59, M Critchley 51, S Gilson 30, J Beesley 3-37).

Challow & Childrey 282-5 (R Gordon 122, T Heath 60, M Foster 35, R Lutton 3-59), Tiddington 207-9 (M Smith 72, W Goodman 34, R Packham 3-40).

Banbury 2nd 264-9 (T Bartlett 98, G Tait 45, W Briggs 45, M Mannering 3-73), Cumnor 161-8 (M Mannering 48, R Simpson 4-34).

Oxford Downs 262-9 (G Sandbach 118, T Costley 35, Z Saeed 5-41), Twyford 256-8 (A Ali 68no, A Bone 49, J Duxbury 42, S Alam 33, G Sandbach 3-53).

Abingdon Vale 198 (P Butcher 55, S Myatt 3-26, W Fayyaz 3-38), Buckingham Tn 2nd 123-8 (M Thatcher 41no, J Butcher 4-41).

Division 2

Sandford St Martin 264-7 (M Robey 53, S Dobson 47, C Thompson 47), Aston Rowant 2nd 265-3 (T Morgan 116no, T Cooper 95).

Oxford 2nd 242 (A Sadiqi 67no, A Hall 58, B Ramalingam 32, L Selfe 9-72), Leighton Buzzard Tn 200 (A Francis 44, G Proudfoot 36, P Whatmore 32, D Mackay-Champion 5-69).

Westbury 316-9 (O Tice 83, W Gurney 79, T Gurney 58, S Harper 47), Cropredy 139-8 (S Hussain 60, R Tredwell 3-42).

Wolverton Tn 240 (A Akhlaq 63, C King 57, D De Abreu 38, R Cook 5-88, G Woodley 3-30), Didcot 165-6 (W Woodley 40no, R Cook 33, K Johnston 30).

Horspath 2nd 266-8 (C Jones 81, D O’Connor 52, D Todd 33, H Bartlett 3-81), Bledlow Village 268-9 (W Woodward 97, M Winson 70, H Bartlett 64, A Turner 5-71, R Hicks 3-44).

Division 3

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 283-7 (C Bethell 58, T Ahmed 48, J Butler 36, G Adamson 33, T Darling 4-92), Cublington 95 (O Venables 48no, S George 31, A Ahmed 5-43, R Rabani 5-49).

Stokenchurch 287 (J Triggs 119, C North 32, M Javed 3-34, D Cilliers 3-47), Gt Brickhill 2nd 156-9 (G Morris 42, J Triggs 5-30).

Oxford Downs 2nd 99 (J Chahal 30, M Woods 5-38), Bicester & North Oxford 100-2 (A Stapleford 45, S Sansome 30no).

Minster Lovell 203 (C Tinsley 62, J Merriman 32, Catling 4-61, Woodward 3-33), Gt & Little Tew 2nd 207-3 (M Jeacock 107no, J Parker 60).

Horley 254 (S Palmer 98no, J Taylor 3-49, I Mohammed 3-64), Banbury 3rd 210 (M Simpson 51no, O Murrey 46, D Eaton 5-68, P Papanfus 3-58).

Division 4

Thame Tn 2nd 202-8 (H Thomas 41no, J Aston 34, P Knightley 4-50, J Elliott 3-39), Tiddington 2nd 140 (D Patey 5-47, A Thomas 3-13).

Charlbury 131 (B Sinton 35, D Emerson 4-25, R Howells 3-29), Abingdon Vale 2nd 133-5 (J Cummings 47no, R Hood 41).

Witney Mills 155 (N Devanney 51, N Shahzad 4-30, J Ramandanpulle 3-44), Bletchley Tn 156-5 (A Masroor 46, S Galvin 42no, M Shepherd 33).

Brackley 261-0 (A Wirth 158no, E Carpenter 67no), Shipton-under-Wychwood 2nd 164 (C Taylor 102, R Cartwright 7-66).

Division 5

Chearsley 224-8 (S Ornbo 112no, B Barrett 3-39, J Aldridge 3-46), Leighton Buzzard Tn 2nd 116 (M Burfoot 70no, S Ornbo 6-35, E Holland 4-35).

Horspath 3rd 135 (J Revill 3-28, B Taunton 3-58), Aston Rowant 3rd 139-3 (J Revill 35no, M Walker 34, A Summons 31).

Dinton 2nd 180 (B Jeyanathan 53, J Ali 50, A Khan 36, K Beesley 3-37), Didcot 2nd 181-7 (C Morrison 64, J Morrison 47, D O’Sullivan 3-22).

Cropredy 2nd 253-5 (J Jennings 61, G Sirimanne 55, C Plumbe 42no, G Buckingham 40), Cumnor 2nd 135 (D Driscoll 32, H Walters 5-55, J Jennings 3-17).

Kingston Bagpuize 234 (A Bowles 103, J Warner 36, J Dumbarton 4-55, U Khan 3-54), Kimble 112 (C Allen 4-28).

Division 6

Eynsham 248-9 (G Cook 71, B Weller 35, B Wagerfield 35, G Inge 31, M Fiaz 4-59), Horley 2nd 202-7 (R Hart 78no, P Moon 63, S Hollingshead 4-52).

Banbury 4th 189-9 (A Ahmed 72, M Dakin 5-34), Bledlow Ridge 190-3 (B Keeping 86no, M Dakin 41no, P Brooks 37).

Minster Lovell 2nd 237-7 (A Horne 74, J Mayers 62, M Shafaqat 3-74), Twyford 2nd 240-2 (B Elkington 131, T Hussain 40).

Buckingham Tn 3rd 159 (A Peshavaria 65, A Muir 4-25), Oxford 3rd 131 (A Muir 51).

Sandford St Martin 2nd 172-9 (C Simpson 54, G Pearson 38, C Elphick 36no, L Cheshire 4-17, O Dimbylow 4-31), Challow & Childrey 2nd 173-5 (M Podbury 76no, L Cheshire 63no, B Ackland-Snow 3-44).

Division 7

Bledlow Village 2nd 182 (A Reclik 40, J Bacon 39, G Tombs 34, S Richardson 7-22, D Wells 3-54), Horspath 4th 183-6 (A Thompson 67no, C Thompson 39, A Reclik 3-49).

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd 139 (T Mirza 36, M Imran 4-37), East Oxford 2nd 127 (I Mohammad 4-42).

Wolverton Tn 2nd 261-3 (B Boddy 105no, M Arif 67, S Akhlaq 45no), Gt & Little Tew 3rd 78 (M Aqib Akhlaq 4-4).

Westbury 2nd 261-7 (T Boardman 59, C Oakey 46, E Kinman 39, P Jeacock 3-48, K Dave 3-70), Bicester & North Oxford 2nd 46 (C Oakey 4-24).

Didcot 3rd 230-5 (J Head 108no, J Knight 59), Aston Rowant 4th 231-4 (R Wilson 101, D Coates 66).

Division 8

Long Marston 3rd 225-7 (S McLeman 124, G Graveson 52, E Norton 4-57, M Doran 3-44), Charlbury 2nd 226-2 (M Rae 102no, S Smith 49, R Jenkins 46).

Shipton-under-Wychwood 3rd 178-6 (J Senior 43, T Connolley 35no), Oxford Downs 3rd 181-5 (T Collins 44, A Owen 34no, N Angus 32).

Brackley 2nd 198-8 (D Barnes 75, D Hedger 37, N Hill 4-24), Challow & Childrey 3rd 199-4 (J Durie 106no, B Cox 38, N Hill 33no).

Witney Mills 2nd 197-6 (S Holford 56, J Harrison 51, M Pandurangan 39), Abingdon Vale 3rd 201-8 (D Martyn 76, R Baskaravelu 60, D Harvey 4-29).

Buckingham Tn 4th 267-6 (A Johnson 79, A Bone 51, D Tuttlebee 50, R Nicholas 3-75), Cublington 2nd 119 (S Godfrey 42, D Tuttlebee 3-14).

Division 9

Bledlow Ridge 2nd 277-6 (J Ahmed 125no, J Angell 39, F Mahood 33), Kingston Bagpuize 2nd 215-5 (J Edwards 68no, S Edwards 42, M Tracy 37).

Kimble 2nd 283-4 (T Skeggs 82, A Ahmed 64, A Singh 59), Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 3rd 190-7 (R Hutchence 66no).

Tiddington 3rd 257-6 (M Weekes 118, T Kitchen 39, M Todd 3-68), Oxford 4th 74 (E Curtis 4-23).

Thame Tn 3rd 236-8 (L Evans 49, J Avery 43, S Nicholls 38, A Dawson 5-74), Bletchley Tn 2nd 156 (A Ifchikar 39, V Desai 4-6).

Cumnor 3rd 199-9 (A Sayeed 89no, D Hicks 30, J Springett 4-32), Stokenchurch 2nd 202-4 (H Ali 73no, D Knight 59).

Division 10

Shipton-under-Wychwood 4th w/o Aston Rowant 5th.

Dinton 3rd 147-8, Didcot 4th 148-9.

Abingdon Vale 4th 177 (H Rahim 52, E Mather 5-52, T Barnes 3-35), Thame Tn 4th 178-3 (N Fuller 52, T Dabbs 33).

Eynsham 2nd 80-9 (Z McComb 6-11), Westbury 3rd 82-2 (C Gulliver 43no).

Chearsley 2nd 95 (D Allcock 41no, P Spearman 5-24), Minster Lovell 3rd 96-3.

Cropredy 3rd 219 (A Skidmore 60, P Cooling 48, W Burton 31, S Conway 3-32, J Adams 3-34), Bicester & North Oxford 3rd 49 (E Ferris 4-28, W Burton 3-5).

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HCPCL D2: Town extend lead with strong victory – 24 points clear! + table

Buckingham visited Chesham on Saturday with 7 points between the two sides at the top of the table. Chesham won the toss and with the sun shining opted to bat first, reports Andrew Holland

Jonny Cater

George Humphries and the returning Russell White gave Buckingham the perfect start with two wickets apiece as they reduced Chesham to 12 for 4 inside 8 overs to blow away the hosts top order. Robin Pritchard, the league’s leading run scorer, and Andy Goddard began to repair the damage, although run scoring was slow. White and Humphries bowled 19 overs between them before lunch, supported by a tidy 6 overs from Callum Price, but where unable to make any further breakthroughs as Chesham reached 71 for 4 at the break.

Robin Pritchard

After lunch Buckingham quickly switched to spin as the batsman began to score a little quicker, bringing up 100 for the hosts. The pair put on 92, and Pritchard was on 46 when he chipped Rory Lyon to midwicket to give Buckingham the breakthrough. That was the first of 4 wickets for Lyon as 104 for 4 became 125 for 8, including Goddard for 40, followed by Jack Deal chipping in a wicket. The final pair scrapped together 19 runs to take the score up to 151 before a run out in the final over ended the Chesham innings. Lyon took 4 for 29.

Rory Lyon

Buckingham’s reply got off to a terrible start as Matt Rance and Matt Warner both struck in their first overs to reduce them to 0 for 2. The early wickets meaning that all four opening batsmen had fallen for a duck in the match. Ash Pearson and Jonny Cater fought back with a partnership of 38 in 7 overs before Pearson was caught on the boundary off Rance for 16. Rob Large came in at number 5 and along with Cater kept the scoreboard moving. Cater was the dominant partner and looked untroubled until he was dropped on 49 to bring up a 51 ball half century. At the tea break Buckingham had moved to 91 for 3.

Cater kept on going after tea, with the victory target being quickly reeled in. He lost Large (35) but that didn’t stop the runs as he took 20 from one Aslam over before scoring the winning runs in the next over. He finished 92 not out from 87 balls with 10 fours and 5 sixes.

Results throughout the league went Buckingham’s way as they opened up a 24 point lead at the top of the table at the half way stage of the season.

M. Rance c Cater b Humphries 0 (3)
M. Warner c Price b Humphries 0 (4)
M. Eteen b White 1 (8)
J. Rance* b White 9 (16)
R. Pritchard+ c Parish b Lyon 46 (106)
A. Goddard lbw b Lyon 40 (111)
H. Moore c Pearson b Lyon 10 (30)
L. Dawson c White b Lyon 6 (14)
N. Aslam Run Out (Pearson) 17 (35)
A. Rehman st Cater b Deal 2 (4)
S. Sajid Not Out 5 (12)
Extras (10lb, 5w) 15
Total 151 all out
57.2 overs

FoW: 0-1 (M. Rance, 0.3); 3-2 (Warner, 2.1); 9-3 (Eteen, 3.2); 12-4 (J. Rance, 7.3); 104-5 (Pritchard, 39.5); 113-6 (Goddard, 43.1); 123-7 (Dawson, 47.3); 125-8 (Moore, 49.1); 132-9 (Rehman, 50.4); 151-10 (Aslam, 57.2)

G. Humphries 12-6-21-2 (1w)
R. White 14-2-38-2 (1w)
G. Nagla 2-0-8-0 (3w)
C. Price 6-1-14-0
R. Lyon 12.2-2-29-4
J. Deal 11-1-31-1

C. Price b M. Rance 0 (6)
S. Brunning c M. Rance b Warner 0 (3)
A. Pearson c Goddard b M. Rance 16 (23)
J. Cater+ Not Out 92 (87)
R. Large lbw b Aslam 35 (45)
R. Lyon Not Out 9 (13)
Extras (1b) 1
Total 153-4
29.3 overs

FoW: 0-1 (Price, 0.6); 0-2 (Brunning, 1.3); 38-3 (Pearson, 8.4); 117-4 (Large, 24.5)

M. Rance 8-1-39-2
M. Warner 4-1-15-1
A. Rehman 3-0-23-0
S. Sajid 7-1-35-0
N. Aslam 7-1-36-1
H. Moore 0.3-0-8-0

Buckingham win by 6 wickets.

Buckingham – 25 points
Chesham – 6 points

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CCLD1; Beck hoping for Ell of a return

Buckingham Town CC II’s host Abingdon Vale at Bourton Road this Saturday looking to bounce back after two successive defeats in Cherwell Cricket League Division One.

Sports Shots caught up with skipper Steve Beck this week:

This will be a big game for both sides, we have batted poorly for the last two weeks after hitting 214 and 256 the weeks prior to that, but our bowlers have performed well, and Vale have been bowled out for 116 in their last two matches.

We have plenty of experience with the return of Jason Ell from first team duties last week, & Simon Myatt returns for the rest of the season, so our results will pick up. Sam hit a century on Sunday and looked in good form last week before a poor decision so a big one in the league is surely not far away!


  1. Alex Odell
  2. Ali Martin
  3. Sam Younghusband
  4. Jason Ell
  5. Vishal Valambia
  6. Matthew Thatcher
  7. Sam Chapman
  8. Steve Beck
  9. Simon Myatt
  10. James Gear
  11. Wassim Fayyaz

Simon Myatt returns

The match starts at 12.30pm

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Unicorns Championship: Cater leads from the front for Oxon with unbeaten 115

Oxfordshire skipper Jonny Cater led from the front as he hit an unbeaten 115 against Berkshire on day one of the Unicorns Championship today.

Jonny Cater

Cater helped take his side to 299 for 8 from their 90 overs at Wargrave Cricket Club.

Berkshire were 155 for 2 at stumps.

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HCPCL D2: Leaders Town extend lead at the top after being held to draw reports Andrew Holland

Following their big defeat the week before Buckingham won the toss and chose to bat first against third place Wokingham.

Leigh Tomlinson and Steve Brunning started slowly against the opening bowlers, putting on 33 for the first wicket before Iain Muirden had Tomlinson caught behind for 13. Jacob Clark was introduced into the attack and removed Mark Hulbert with his first delivery on the stroke of drinks to leave Buckingham 45 for 2. Ash Pearson joined Brunning and the pair put on 56, the run rate starting to increase against the Wokingham change bowlers. Brunning reached 47 but fell short of his half century as he was bowled by Paul Dewick. Rob Large came in at number 5 and Buckingham moved on 133 for 2 at lunch with Pearson 43 not out.

Ash Pearson

After lunch Buckingham started strongly, Pearson bringing up his 50 (70 balls) and Large scoring fluently at the other end. The pair put on 114 in 21 overs, Large going to 50 from 48 balls, when Ahmed Shiryar broke the partnership with Pearson caught behind for 77. Muirden returned to the attack and picked up the wicket of Andrew Hall before Shiryar had Large caught on the boundary for 67 (58 balls) as Buckingham lost 3 wickets for 17 runs. Skipper Jack Parish (21 off 15 balls) and Ben Stafford (15 not out) put on 34 runs at better than a run a ball before Muirden took three wickets in his final to finish with figures of 5 for 64 as Buckingham ended on 272 for 9.

Rob Large

The Wokingham reply started badly as George Humphries took 2 early wickets to reduce the visitors to 3 for 2 from 7 overs. Stuart Parsons and Simon Myles got through the opening spells, putting 33 and just begin to increase the rate when Myles returned a simple catch to Gurwinder Nagla for 19. Humphries returned to remove Parsons for 15 which brought Michael Bates and skipper Stuart Hayter to the crease who survived until tea taking the score to 63 for 4.

George Humphries

The final session started with Buckingham trying various bowling combinations which did little to trouble the Wokingham pair. Bates and Hayter put on 83 for the fifth wicket, although the required rate continued to climb and the visitors were never threatening to chase down their target. Hulbert finally broke the partnership when he removed Hayter for 41. Bates went on to bring up his 50 (80 balls), eventually finishing 60 not out, and although Nagla returned to claim a sixth Wokingham wicket Buckingham had to settle for a draw as the innings finished 166 for 6. Buckingham remain top of the table, with a 7 point cushion over Chesham who they visit next weekend.

L. Tomlinson+ c Bates b Muirden 13 (43)
S. Brunning b Dewick 47 (87)
M. Hulbert b Clark 7 (9)
A. Pearson c Bates b Shiryar 77 (111)
R. Large c Clark b Shiryar 67 (58)
A. Hall b Muirden 4 (4)
J. Parish* b Muirden 21 (15)
B. Stafford Not Out 15 (17)
G. Nagla st Bates b Muirden 2 (2)
J. Ell b Muirden 0 (1)
G. Humphries Not Out 4 (1)
Extras (10lb, 5w) 15
Total 272-9
58 overs

FoW: 33-1 (Tomlinson, 13.6); 45-2 (Hulbert, 17.1); 101-3 (Brunning, 29.4); 215-4 (Pearson, 50.1); 226-5 (Hall, 51.4); 232-6 (Large, 52.3); 266-7 (Parish, 57.2); 268-8 (Nagla, 57.4), 268-9 (Ell, 57.5)

L. Sharp 11-4-35-0
I. Muirden 14-1-64-5
S. Myles 9-1-39-0
J. Clark 7-0-45-1 (5w)
P. Dewick 6-1-27-1
A. Shiryar 11-1-52-2

S. Parsons lbw b Humphries 15 (70)
J. Bird c Tomlinson b Humphries 0 (16)
D. Housego c Tomlinson b Humphries 0 (1)
S. Myles c& b Nagla 19 (30)
M. Bates+ Not Out 60 (94)
S. Hayter* b Hulbert 41 (68)
I. Muirden c Tomlinson b Nagla 8 (21)
J. Clark Not Out 12 (24)
Extras (6b, 2lb, 3w) 11
Total 166-6
54 overs

FoW: 3-1 (Bird, 6.1); 3-2 (Housego, 6.2); 36-3 (Myles, 16.4); 47-4 (Parsons, 20.5); 130-5 (Hayter, 42.4); 145-6 (Muirden, 47.6)

G. Humphries 16-7-40-3
A. Hall 12-6-26-0 (1w)
G. Nagla 12-3-49-2 (1w)
J. Parish 2-0-7-0 (1w)
M. Hulbert 8-1-22-1
B. Stafford 3-0-13-0
R. Large 1-0-1-0

Match drawn.

Buckingham – 13 points
Wokingham – 9 points

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CLDiv6; III’s travel to top of the table Challow

Buckingham Town CC III’s travel to top of the table Challow & Childrey II’s today for another stern test in the Cherwell Cricket League Division Six.


Mike Taylor

Joe Clark

Brij Valambhia

Iain Herbertson

Alex Hallows

Anant Peshawaria

Ryan Spragg

Matt Dipple

Aidan Ennis

Russell Thomson

Vish Valambhia

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