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CRICKET: Berry and Cummings too much for Tew
10:30am Tuesday 15th May 2012 in Sport
HORSPATH 2nd already look strong favourites to win the division after they hammered Great & Little Tew 2nd by a massive 132 runs.
Joey Todd (55), Stephen Green (41) and Adrian Manger (35no) all found the visitors’ bowling attack to their liking as Horspath amassed 242-6 on their fast-scoring ground.
Jordan Garrett plugged away impressively to finish with figures of 5-92.
Stuart Berry (4-12) and Andy Cummings (3-17) then combined to great effect as Tew tumbled to 110 all out in the 31st over.
Horspath 2nd 25pts, Great & Little Tew 2nd 3
Hanborough came unstuck at home to Buckingham Town 2nd as they crashed to a 73-run defeat.
Callum Cater hit 40 in Town’s 189-9, while Adam Leach took 4-34 and Grant Conquest 3-39.
The home side never looked like pulling off the run chase against Matt Thatcher (4-23) and Ollie Burney (3-25), and they were all out for 116 in the 40th over.
Hanborough 5, Buckingham Town 2nd 25
Stokenchurch barely broke sweat as they swept aside Cumnor 2nd by nine wickets.
The visitors scored at a respectable rate, thanks in part to Mick Shepheard (34), but kept losing wickets as they fell to 112 all out in 34 overs.
Asad Latif (3-15) was the leading wicket-taker.
Stokenchurch opener Arshad Latif, who never hangs around, then crashed 49 and Joe Brown 56 not out as the hosts wasted no time in reaching 117-1 in the 18th.
Stokenchurch 25, Cumnor 2nd 2
Jono Waugh took 6-18 and Greg Jenkins 3-1 as Leighton Buzzard Town 2nd were rolled over for only 46 at Cublington.
The home side found batting rather easier, cruising to 47-1 in the 17th over.
Cublington 25, Leighton Buzzard Town 2nd 1
The match between Oxford 3rd and Wallingford could not start due to the wet conditions.
Oxford 3rd 6, Wallingford 6