YOUTH CRICKET: Eyles ton puts Marlborough into decider

YOUTH CRICKET: Eyles ton puts Marlborough into decider

YOUTH CRICKET: Eyles ton puts Marlborough into decider

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Ty Eyles hit a superb 107 not out as Marlborough (Woodstock) reached the final of the second tier of the Oxfordshire Under 15 Championship.

Eyles’s sensational innings helped his side to 150-1, before Henry Box (Witney) replied with 107-6.

Marlborough will face St Birinus (Didcot) as a decider in a group decimated by postponements.

St Birinus were 22-1 in reply to Cheney’s 96-9 when rain stopped play, but the former were ahead on run rate.

OTHER RESULTS

Under 17 Cup semi-final: Burford 174-8 (J Davies 56, M Doe 36, T Perkins 3-18), Bartholomew 126 (J Nelson 3-21).

Under 13 Cup semi-finals: Burford 122-5 (J Romanek 67), Cherwell 107-6; Warriner 91-6 (G Tait 54no), Lord Williams 94-6. Final at Shipton CC on Monday (2.30).

Under 15 Premier League: Wood Green 44, Lord Williams 45-8; Barholomew Eynsham 66, Lord Williams 69-2.

Under 13 League: Bartholomew 126-2 (A McCreadie 44), Gosford 86-4; Oxford Spires 65, Cherwell 67-6.

Under 12 pairs League: Henry Box 247, St Gregory 218; Chipping Norton 225, Cheney 226.

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