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CRICKET: Jeacock smashes record
11:00am Wednesday 4th September 2013 in Sport
MARKUS Jeacock hit the Stokenchurch attack to all parts on his way to a club record 166 not out for Great & Little Tew 2nd.
His effort allowed Tew to declare on 294-4 from 48 overs.
Paul Maddock then hit 52, but the visitors fell for 132. Josh Garrett took 3-42 as Tew moved within two points of leaders Didcot.
Great & Little Tew 2nd 25pts, Stokenchurch 3
Didcot need to beat Witney Mills this week to become champions after they lost at Buckingham Town 2nd.
They started well, Dan Alderson taking 4-36 and Jordan Morrison 4-39 as Town tumbled to 156 all out.
But Didcot were dismissed for only 97 by Dominic Pritchard (3-30) and Matt Thatcher (3-38).
Buckingham T 2nd 2, Didcot 5
Neil Davies hit 104 as Chearsley collected their third straight win.
Kingston Bagpuize managed 220 all out, with Toby Ricks falling on 98 and Arthur Verdin adding 54.
Davies took 3-40 and hit a ton as the hosts made 221-5.
Chearsley 25, Kingston Bagpuize 10
Warren Ainsworth took seven wickets in an innings for the third time in 2013 as Wallingford won at East Oxford.
He finished with 7-57 as the home side was bowled out for 164.
The visitors made 243-8 through Mark Carey (55) and Ainsworth’s brother Lee (33).
East Oxford 6, Wallingford 25
Steve Palmer bagged 6-38 as Witney Mills fell for 136 to Horley. Will Sterio and Ben Madden both scored 32 for Mills. Pierre Lefort then took 4-40, but Horley made their way to 139-8.
Witney Mills 10, Horley 25