SCHOOLS' CRICKET: Belcher blasts half-century to set up victory

SCHOOLS' CRICKET: Belcher blasts half-century to set up victory

SCHOOLS' CRICKET: Belcher blasts half-century to set up victory

First published in Sport

Lloyd Belcher hit an unbeaten 50 as Marlborough (Woodstock) beat Gosford Hill (Kidlington) by 117 runs in the Oxfordshire Under 15 League.

RESULTS

OXFORDSHIRE UNDER 17 CUP

Oxford Spires 149-3 (Rafik 79no), Bartholomew 153-5.

ESCA UNDER 15 TWENTY20 CUP

Abingdon 137-5, Oratory 56 OXFORDSHIRE UNDER 15 LEAGUE Matthew Arnold 55-8, St Birinus 56-2.

Marlborough 176-3 (L Belcher 50no), Gosford Hill 56.

King Alfred’s 74-8, Bartholomew 56-8.

Burford 93-6, Lord Williams 72.

ECB UNDER 14 TROPHY

Chipping Norton School 49, Burford 50-2 (J Booth 32no).

OXFORDSHIRE UNDER 14 LEAGUE

Icknield 52 (H Malik 4-4), Oxford Spires 53-5.

Bartholomew 79-8, King Alfred’s 80-1 (A Francis 53no).

OXFORDSHIRE UNDER 13 CUP

St Birinus 67-4, Lord Williams’s 68-4.

OXFORDSHIRE UNDER 13 LEAGUE

Wood Green 88-6 (D Spindloe 38, B Norgrove 3-6), Burford 90-1 (A Hey 28no, B Norgrove 26no).

BUNBURY UNDER 12 CUP

Gosford Hill 59-6, Magdalen College School 60-1.

Lord Williams’s 69-7, Chipping Norton 72-5.

UNDER 12 PAIRS LEAGUE

Bartholomew 255, Henry Box 256.

Bartholomew 243, St Gregory the Great 255.

Cherwell 256, Cheney 285.

St Gregory 245, Marlborough 218.

Warriner 239, Bicester 224.

LONDON WELSH: Burnell makes pledge to fringe players

Oxford Mail:

8:20am Thursday 29th January 2015

SOME of London Welsh’s squad players have staked a claim for a regular first team place, following good performances in cup games, according to Justin Burnell, writes SIMON WILLIAMS.

BAR BILLIARDS: Leaders Kennington roar back to survive big scare

Oxford Mail: cue and cue ball for images of snooker and billards for sport

8:00am Thursday 29th January 2015

Gladiators Club B narrowly missed out on a shock win over Premier Division leaders Kennington in the Johnsons Buildbase Oxford League, writes PETE EWINS.

POINT-TO-POINT: Dabinett Moon shines bright to being Fran and Chris Marriott a popular success

Oxford Mail:

8:00am Thursday 29th January 2015

Dabinett Moon provided the biggest cheer of the day when claiming a popular victory for Chipping Norton trainer Fran Marriott at the Heythrop Hunt meeting at Cocklebarrow, near Aldsworth, writes JAKE EXELBY.

RACING: Henrietta Knight in Bangor return with Calgary Bay

Oxford Mail:

8:00am Thursday 29th January 2015

Henrietta Knight, who handed in her licence in June 2012, is set to make a low-key return to racing by saddling Calgary Bay in a hunter chase at Bangor-on-Dee on Friday, February 6.

ICE HOCKEY: Flying start sees Stars earn draw to climb off the bottom

Oxford Mail:

8:00am Thursday 29th January 2015

OXFORD City Stars moved off the bottom of the table with a 2-2 draw against London Raiders at Oxpens.

ATHLETICS: Megan Humphreys in top-ten finish

Oxford Mail:

8:00am Thursday 29th January 2015

Oxford City’s Megan Humphreys continued her rich vein of form with a top-ten finish at the South of England Cross Country Championships at Stanmer Park, Brighton.

AUNT SALLY: Banbury in cup delight

Oxford Mail: Aunt sally doll close up for sport

8:00am Thursday 29th January 2015

Banbury added the Neil West Memorial Cup to their Banbury Indoor League title triumph with a 2-0 win over Deddington in the final.

MICHAEL DUBERRY COLUMN: Keep it positive at home and send the fear factor packing

Oxford Mail: Michael Duberry

3:00pm Wednesday 28th January 2015

Oxford United have been struggling at home this season, so it’s vitally important that the fans keep on backing their team.

GOLF: End of an era as Tony Rees calls it a day after 56 years at Oxford

Oxford Mail:

9:30am Wednesday 28th January 2015

TONY Rees admits it will be an emotional day when he finally steps down after spending more than half a century as a permanent fixture on the Oxfordshire golfing scene.

Tyrone Barnett deal is not dead, says Oxford United chief executive Mark Ashton

Oxford Mail: oxford united logo 1200pix

9:10am Wednesday 28th January 2015

REPORTS suggesting Tyrone Barnett had rejected personal terms at Oxford United are wide of the mark, says chief executive Mark Ashton.

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