CRICKET: Oxon Academy taught a lesson

CRICKET: Oxon Academy taught a lesson

CRICKET: Oxon Academy taught a lesson

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Oxfordshire's Academy side were taught a tough lesson as they lost to the Club Cricket Conference by seven wickets in a one-day friendly match at Bicester & North Oxford yesterday.

Choosing to bat first on a slow pitch, carefree Oxon went for their strokes and slumped to 64-6 after just 16 of their 50-over allocation.

They were rescued by two bowlers – Great & Little Tew skipper Andy Harris (61) and Aston Rowant’s Adam Muttitt (41) – who put on 104 for the seventh wicket.

They helped Oxon to reach 219-9.

The Conference side made light of this target, replying with 224-3 in 45.2 overs.

The East Molesey duo of Nick Stevens (68no) and Andrew Westphal (66) dominated the home attack, in which the best figures came from Chris Leaney (2-35).

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