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CRICKET: Morton's ton sets up Wetsbury cup cruise
WESTBURY cruised into the Airey Cup semi-finals with a crushing 218-run home win over Stonesfield on Sunday.
Adam Morton smashed a brilliant 164 as Westbury rattled up 321-5.
George Hilton-Jones then claimed 5-11 as Stonesfield were shot out for 103.
Cairns Fudge eased into the Telegraph Cup final with a ten-wicket win at Wantage.
Steve Shaw claimed 5-16 as Wantage were shot out for 57, before Nick Gleave (33no) led Fudge to 58-0.
East & West Hendred 2nd will meet Faringdon 2nd in the Osberton Radiators Cup final after defeating Chadlington and Bampton respectively.
At Chadlington, Will Bennett (34no) and Archie Napper (31) saw Hendred to 131-6, before George Francis took 5-4 as Chadlington made just 61-9.
Richard Marlow’s 51 helped Faringdon post 131-8 against Bampton.
Simon Cornish took 4-24, Marlow 3-9 and Andy Liddiard 3-11 to dismiss Bampton for 75.
Risinghurst 2nd reached the final of the Keith Crump Centenary Cup with a five-wicket win at Watlington 2nd.
Ben Rogis Masih took 4-14 in Watlington’s 167 all out, before scoring 55 to see Risinghurst to 168-5, Dan Baines chipping in with 50.
The match between Cowley and Witney Swifts 2nd was abandoned and will be replayed next Sunday.
Quarter-finals : Garsington v Oxenford – pp, Oxford Caribbean v Faringdon – pp. Ties will be replayed on Sunday, July 22.
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Quarter-final : Risinghurst v Kidlington – pp. To be replayed on Sunday, July 22.
Only two matches survived the atrocious summer weather on Saturday, and both were low-scoring affairs.
In Division 8 , Bampton cruised to a nine-wicket win at Chesterton 2nd.
The match was reduced to 35 overs, and Chesterton struggled to 97-5 as Gerald Holford took 3-5 in seven overs.
In drying conditions, Bampton eased home in the 15th over as Nick Pitt hit 50 not out and Richard Pitt 38 not out.
In Division 11 , Risinghurst 2nd, who earlier this season had dismissed Ducklington 2nd for ten, were skittled out for a paltry 17 at Cowley.
Cowley had rattled up 166-7 as Waqas Ali (46) led the way.
Abdullah Saeed then returned magnificent figures of 6-3 and Waqas Khan 4-13 as they ran through Risinghurst.
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