CRICKET: Abingdon are county champions

7:00am Saturday 21st June 2014

SCHOOLS' MATCHES

ABINGDON School won the Oxfordshire Under 15 ESCA Twenty20 title with a 42-run victory over Bloxham.

Tom Guthrie hit 38 in Abingdon’s 136, George Morgan taking 4-3 and Jack Beever 3-21.

Bloxham were all out for 94, despite Oliver Morley’s 30.

Abingdon will now host the Buckinghamshire and Berkshire winners in the regional stage on Monday.

RESULTS

OXFORDSHIRE UNDER 17 CUP

Lord Williams’s 193-2 (T Condon 103no, D Patey 44), Cherwell 73.

UNDER 15 ESCA TWENTY20 VASE

St Birinus 107-5, St Gregory the Great 97-4.

St Birinus 97-8 (I Addison 30), King Alfred’s 100-7 (H Whitehead 60).

OXFORDSHIRE UNDER 15 LEAGUE

Bicester 84-2, Chipping Norton 134-4 Matthew Arnold 30-7, Cheney 33-1

ECB UNDER 14 TROPHY

Burford 105-6 (H Davies 31, J Booth 30, O Hill 3-4), King Alfred’s 52.

OXFORDSHIRE UNDER 14 LEAGUE

Sibford 99-5, Kingham 100-4.

Icknield 89-7 Cherwell 75-9.

Cherwell 93-6 (N Sagar 35no), Bicester 72-4.

Warriner 117 (S Sherpa-Moore 53), Kingham 61 (J Herbert 6-2).

Burford 66-9 (S Goode 5-15), Lord Williams’s 67-6.

OXFORDSHIRE UNDER 13 CUP

Wheatley Park 34, Lord Williams’s 36-3. 

OXFORDSHIRE UNDER 13 LEAGUE

Bicester 40-4, King Alfred’s 41-5.

Sibford 75-6, Chipping Norton 76-0.

Marlborough 40-5, Chipping Norton 41-0.

Warriner 91-7, Chipping Norton 91-8.

UNDER 12 BUNBURY CUP

Warriner 81-6, Cherwell 83-6 Abingdon 226-1 (J Coombs 103no, H Chambers 35no, E McLellan 31), Burford 70-9.

OXFORDSHIRE UNDER 12 PAIRS LEAGUE

Wheatley Park 261, Lord Williams’s School 280.

Bartholomew 203, Marlborough 267.

Bartholomew 217, Faringdon 262.

Bicester 173, Chipping Norton 261.

Chipping Norton 284, Sibford 202.

Chipping Norton 273, Warriner 182.

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