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    2003 Fixtures and Results 

Date Venue Side Opposition Result

May 10th

h - OUP

a

a

h - Bletch

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Fourths

Abingdon Vale

Aston Rowant 2nds

Chalgrove 2nds

Aylesbury 2nds

Lose by 8 wickets

  • Ox & Bletch Nondies 254 (P West 150, S Vinjimoor 31, B Humpage 5-80), Abingdon Vale 255-2 (D Wilding 102no, B Humpage 90).

New Zealander Paul West hit 150 on his debut for Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts but still found himself on the losing side against Abingdon Vale. West's superb knock helped Nondies rattle up 254, with Ben Humpage taking 5-80 for the visitors. But David Wilding (102no) then took centre stage with his first-ever Cherwell League century, sharing an impressive second-wicket partnership with Humpage (90) as Vale edged home to an eight-wicket victory in the penultimate over.
**Ox & Bletch Nondes 12, Abingdon Vale 30

Win by 7 wickets

  • Aston Rowant 2nd 148-9 (M Lawrence 33, A Ellis 4-40, G Frankland 4-29), Ox & Bletch Nondies 2nd 150-3 (M Taylor 47no, Horman 48).

Win by 9 wickets

  • Chalgrove 2nd 80 (L Hedges 37, R Moore 3-7, J Flaherty 3-24, A Haynes 4-16), Oxford & Bletch Nondies 3rd 81-1 (F Smit 40).

Win by 51 runs

  • Oxford & Bletch Nondies 4th 203-6 (N Baldwin 50, R Huchence 58no, I Dunlop 43no), Aylesbury 2nd 152 (B Sewsarran 50, I Essen 4-22).

May 17th

a

h - OUP

h - Bletch

a

Firsts

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Fourths

Oxford / Horspath2nds

Oxford / Horspath3rds

Cropredy 2nds

Stokenshurch 2nds

  • Oxford & Horspath 2nd 142-1 (J Nambiar 77, R Finch 32no) v Oxford & Bletch Nond  abandoned

Johnny Nambiar (77) hit a second consecutive half-century as Oxford & Horspath 2nd rattled up 142-1 in 27 overs against Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts at Roman Way. But then the heavens opened to ensure an early end to proceedings. **Oxford & H 2nd 10, Oxford & Bletch 10  

  • Ox & Bletch Nondescripts 2nd 93 (Mahbubani 41, J Summers 4-32), Oxford & Horspath 3rd 94-4 (Ellis 3-34).
  • Ox & Bletch Nond 3rd 189-6 (A Baines 52) Cropredy 2nd 142-9 (C Knapp 65, S Dickie 31, J Flaherty 3-24).
  • Stokenchurch 2nd 145-4 (R Dowding 64 no) Ox & Bletch Nond 4th abandoned

May 24th

a

h - OUP

h - Bletch

a

Firsts

Seconds

Thirds

Fourths

Kidlington

Shipton 2nds

Leighton Buzzard 2nds

Bicester / N Oxford 3rds

  • Ox Bletch Nondescripts 146-7 (M Strong 5-15) v Kidlington - abandoned.Kidlington's 

Mark Strong took 5-15 against visitors Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts to peg them back to 146-7 in 45 overs, before further rain washed the game out.
**Kidlington 10, Oxford & B Nond 10

  • Ox Bletch Nondescripts 2nd 68 (P Humphries 5-25, T Osborne 4-24), Shipton 2nd 69-5 (T Senior 34no).

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd were shot out for 68 by Shipton 2nd, with Paul Humpheys (5-25) doing the damage. Shipton slipped to 10-3, but Tim Senior (34no) saw his team home by five wickets. **Nondiescripts 2nd 7, Shipton 2nd 30

  • Oxford Bletch Nond 3rd 143 (S Hooker 42, A Scott 5-48), Leighton Buzzard 2nd 127 (J Flaherty 6-18).
  • Bicester & NO 3rd 93 (A Gross 3-6, J Fenn 3-11, R Brown 3-25), Oxford Bletch Nond 4th 75 (W Allen 4-9, R Edwards 3-29).

May 31st

h - Bletch

a

a

h - OUP

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Seconds

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Fourths

Wolverton

Hanborough

Oxford / Horspath4ths

Dinton 3rds

  • Oxford & Bletch Nondescripts 206 (P West 39, D Curtis 33, C Marcos 33, A Benson 32, S Pichowski 3-32, Raja 3-48), Wolverton 175-8 (Z Khan 58, A Gosling 35)

  • Oxford & Bletch Nond 2nd 197-7 (M Taylor 59, A Ellis 39, A Gupte 33, M Busby 3-65), Hanborough 199-1 (M Busby 113no, D Burgess 59)

  • Oxford & Bletch Nond 3rd 217 (S Berry 42, A Haynes 34, D Fernando 35, A Cummins 3-54, D Hayward 3-71), Oxford & Horspath 4th 168 (I Belcher 50, C Gray 43, D Fernando 5-21)

  • Dinton 3rd 175 (A Dell 43, D Haisey 34, I Esson 4-27), Oxford & Bletch Nond 4th 53 (C Ripley 4-8, A Dell 4-19)

June 7th

a

h - Bletch

h - OUP

a

Firsts

Seconds

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Fourths

Banbury 2nds

Kimble 2nds

Long Marston 2nds

Kingston Bagpuize 2nds

  • Ox Bletch Nond 124 (A Shah 6-29), Banbury 2nd 125-3 (M Haupt 43no, A Jarvis 36).

Banbury 2nd's seamer Azar Shah returned figures of 6-29 to send Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts crashing to 124 all out and a seven- wicket defeat. Mark Haupt (43no) and Alistair Jarvis (36) saw Banbury to 125-3.
**Banbury 2nd 30, Oxford & Bletch Nondes 8

  • Kimble 2nd 142-9 (A Rose 53), Ox & Bletch Nond 2nd 143-4 (R Weston 56no, E Ellis 51).

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd's Richard Weston (56no) and Harry Ellis (51) made short work of Kimble 2nd's target of 142-9, ensuring a six-wicket win.
**Ox & Bletch Nondies 2nd 30, Kimble 2nd 10

  • Ox & Bletch Nond 3rd 219-5 (S Hooker 49, R Moore 41no, A Baines 40), Long Marston 2nd 81 (J Howell 3-9, J Flaherty 3-35).

  • Kingston Bagpuize 2nd 236-3 (V Bush 107no, P Temple 72), Ox & Bletch 4th
    238-5 (I Esson 66, C Day 56, P Oakey 3-23).
June 14th 

h - OUP

a

a

h - Blectch

Firsts

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Kingston Bagpuize

Stanton St John

Bourton Vale 2nd's

Bledlow 2nds

  • Kingston Bagpuize 214 all out, Oxford & Bletch Nondies 120 all out

Kingston Bagpuize maintained top spot following their 94-run victory over Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts at Jordan Hill. Veteran Barry Collis (55) top-scored for Kingston, who reached 214, extras (46) being next highest contributor. Charlie Baxter returned 4-61. In reply, Nondies never recovered from 80-6 and were shot out for 120 in 31 overs.
**Ox & Bletch Non 15, Kingston Bagpuize 30

  • SSJ Willows 214 (S Yousaf 71, D Matheson 35, R du Plessis 3-58, F Faruqi 3-59), Oxford & Bletch Nond 215-7 (P Cooper 61, S Horman 52).

HALF-centuries from Paul Cooper (61) and Scott Horman (52) gave Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd a three-wicket win over Stanton St John Willows. Earlier, a third-wicket stand of 77 between Ditta Yousef (71) and David Matheson (35) helped Willows to a respectable 214.
**Stanton SJW 16, Ox & Bletch Non 2nd 30

  • Bourton Vale 2nd 234-7 (M Brown 112, R Langley 44, P Hudson 3-81, A Haynes 3- 99), Ox
    Bletch Nond 3rd 157 (A Haynes 38, G Shepherd 3-20, M Keyte 3-61).

  • Ox Bletch Nond 4th 141 (P Joiner 32no, J Spooner 5-44), Bledlow 2nd 81 (I
    Esson 3-14, R Brown 3-18).

June 21st

a

h - Bletch

h - OUP

a

Firsts

Seconds

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Fourths

Witney Mills

Wolverton 2nds

Wendover 2nds

Morris Motors 2nds

  • Ox Bletch Nond 179-8 (F Smit 41, J Skelson 3-48, S Kelly 3-101), Witney Mills 181-6 (M Cannons 54no, K Smith 51, S Vinjimoor 4-55).

Three wickets each for Steve Kelly and Jim Skelson enabled Witney Mills to limit Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts to 179-8, Francois Smit top scoring with 41. In reply, Sanjay Vinjimoor took 4-55, but Mills were led to victory, with three overs in hand, by Kevin Smith (51) and Mark Cannons (54no).
**Witney Mills 30, Oxford & Bl Nondies 13

  • Wolverton 2nd 140 (A Ellis 4-40, K Kumar 3-15), Ox Bletch Nond 141-4 (SHorman 54, R Weston 41)

Harry Ellis (4-40) and Kumar Kumar (3-15) shot out Wolverton 2nd for 140 in 44 overs, allowing Scott Horman (54) and Richard Weston (41) to set up a six-wicket win for Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd.
**Ox & Bletch Nond 2nd 30, Wolverton 2nd 10

  • Wendover 2nd 145 (J Merell 35, A Haynes 7-27), Ox Bletch Nond 3rd 149-2 (R Moore 80, A Baines 57no).
  • Morris Motors 2nd 241-5 (I Munday 58, N Ahmed 57, R Angaish 45, J Moore 39, I Esson 4-66), Ox Bletch Nond 4th 245-3 (J O'Brien 107no, R Hutchins 43, J Lunn 37).
 
June 28th

h - Bletch

a

a

h - OUP

Firsts

Seconds

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Fourths

Cumnor

Bledlow

Banbury 3rds

Witney Mills 2nds

  • Ox & Bletch Nond 174 (K Gautom 43, D Fernando 40, G Brown 5-64, S Slade3-50), Cumnor 175-6 (J Williams 45, H Dalton 3-35).

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts recovered from 90-5 to 174 at Cumnor, thanks to Kavassery Gautom (43) and Dusmantha Fernando (40). Gareth Brown took 5-64. John Williams (45) then helped Cumnor to a four-wicket win.
**Ox & Bletch Nondies 13, Cumnor 30

  • Ox & Bletch Nond 2nd 187 (T Cooper 61no, B Moore 3-43), Bledlow 190-8 (JShirley 52no, T Walker 39, A Ellis 5-34).

Paul Cooper hit an unbeaten 61 as Oxford & Bletchingon Nondescripts 2nd reached 187 after being put in by Bledlow. Anthony Ellis (5-34) gave the home side a few scares but they got home on 190-8 thanks to James Shirley's 52 not out.
** Bledlow 30, Ox & Bletch Nond 2nd 16

  • Ox & Bletch Nond 3rd 91 (S Berry 32, B Jeffries 3-27), Banbury 3rd 92-1 (N
    Megson 43no).
  • Ox & Bletch Nond 4th 223-7 (I Esson 130, B Mills 3-72), Witney Mills 2nd
    162-7 (A Rouse 53, P Magnuson 42, A Gross 5-26).
July 5th

a

h - OUP

h - Bletch

a

Firsts

Seconds

Thirds

Fourths

Great Tew

Cumnor 2nds

Didcot 2nds

Thame 3rds

  • Ox & Bletch Nond 185 (D Fernando 52, R Freeman 6-82, S Murrey 3-28), Great Tew 189-7 (S Faulkner 90no, D Fernando 3-52).

Great & Little Tew squeezed out a three-wicket victory over Oxford &Bletchingdon Nondescripts in their basement battle. Dusmantha Fernando's half-century helped Nondies to 185, despite the efforts of seamer Ross Freeman (6-82). However, an unbeaten 92 from Tew's Shane Faulkner and 56 extras saw the team home at 189-7.
** Great Tew 30, Oxford & Bletch Nondies 15

  • Ox & Bletch Nond 2nd 184 (S Faroqi 63, D Thomas 35, D Evans 3-2), Cumnor 2nd 185-7 (A Kelly 48no, A Cox 42, R du Plessie 3-43).

Sameer Faroqi scored 63 for Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd against Cumnor 2nd. However, Dave Evans mesmerised the tail-enders, taking 3-2 in seven balls as Nondies were dismissed for 184. A quickfire 42 from Alan Cox and a more patient 48 not out from Andy Kelly saw Cumnor home at 185-7 in the last over.
** Ox & B Nondies 2nd 15, Cumnor 2nd 30

  • Ox & Bletch Nond 3rd 222 (A Baines 98, A Haynes 57, S Prior 4-76), Didcot 2nd 129-7 (M Ford 4-45).

  • Thame 3rd 147-7 (S Mulcock 4-33), Ox & Bletch Nond 4th 122 (I Esson 32, PCurtis 32, B Regler 6-26).
July 12th

a

h - Bletch

h - OUP

a

Firsts

Seconds

Thirds

Fourths

Abingdon Vale

Aston Rowant 2nds

Chalgrove 2nds

Aylesbury 2nds

  • Abingdon Vale 184-7 (D Wilding 70, J Kettle 32, A Ellis 3-40, S Vinjimoor 3-65), Ox & Bletch Nond 189-8 (I Mead 84, A Gupte 49, P White 4-62).

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts broke their duck with victory by two wickets and two balls to spare at Abingdon Vale. Dave Wilding hit 70 in Vale's 184-7, but Ian Mead's priceless 84 saw Nondies home.
**Abingdon Vale 16, Oxford & Bletch Nondies 30

  • Aston Rowant 2nd 176 (G Tombs 38, R Du Plessis 3-58), Ox & Bletch Nond 138 (T Needham 5-40, W Thompson 3-19).

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd restricted Aston Rowant 2nd to just 176. But then things went pear-shaped as Tom Needham (5-40) and Bill Thompson (3-39) helped skittle the home side out for 138.
**Ox & Bletch 2nd 15, Aston Rowant 2nd 30

  • Chalgrove 2nd 120 (N Baldwin 4-31), Ox &Bletch Nond 3rd 114 (A Baines 35, R Busby 3-17, S Nixey 3-18).
  • Aylesbury 2nd 223-7 (C Andrews 69), Ox Bletch Nond 4th 123 (J Langley 3-23, N Hussain 3-27).
July 19th

h - OUP

a

a

h - Bletch

Firsts

Seconds

Thirds

Fourths

Oxford / Horspath2nds

Oxford / Horspath 3rd

Cropredy 2nds

Stokenshurch 2nds

  • Ox & Bletch Nond 193-7 (A Gupta 41, I Mead 38, C Baxter 35no, S Mendis3-57), Ox & Horspath 2nd 103 (S Mendis 36, M Scrivener 5-40).

MIKE Scrivener was Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts' hero as they pulled themselves off the bottom with their second win in two weeks - this time at the expense of Oxford & Horspath 2nd. Nondies scored 193-7, Aviral Gupta making 41.
But then Oxford came up against some tight bowling, especially from Scrivener, who recorded 5-40 to help dismiss them for 106, after at one stage being 19-6.
**Ox & Bletch Nondies 30, Oxford & Horspath 2nd 2

  • Ox & Horspath 3rd 191-7 (C Jones 55, A Eason 42, S Faruqi 3-68), Ox & Bletch Nond 3rd 148-9 (Thomas 50, Smith 31, S Rana 3-27).

Oxford & Horspath 3rd reached 191-7, thanks to contributions of 55 from Chris Jones and 42 from Alex Eason against Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd, who held on at 169-8.
**Ox & Horspath 3rd 17, Ox & Bletch Nondes 2nd 13

  • Cropredy 2nd 185 (R Orchard 51, E Hillman 64, E Sarwar 6-35), Ox & Bletch Nond 3rd 186-6 (A Haynes 31, P Curtis 31, R Moore 31, D Dickie 3-41, M Starkie 3-53).
  • Stokenchurch 2nd 122 (M Zahid 32, D Knight 31, R Brown 4-56), Ox & Bletch Nond 4th 125-3 (A Brown 70no).
July 26th

h - Bletch

a

a

h - Bletch

Firsts

Seconds

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Fourths

Kidlington

Shipton 2nds

LeightonBuzzard 2nds 

Bicester / N Oxf 3rds

  • Ox & Bletch Nond 122 (S Hussain 4-29, R Churchill-Browne 3-48), Kidlington 123-5 (A Buckingham 42).Kidlington's Sajid Hussain (4-29) and Ronanyne Churchill-Browne (3-48) made short work of Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts, dismissing them for 122 to
    keep their promotion hopes bubbling. Andy Buckingham's 42 ensured Kidlington < who had lost the leadership after being docked two points for failing to pay the umpires' fees before the start of an earlier game < a five-wicket victory and maximum points.
    **Oxford & B Nond 10, Kidlington 30
  • Ox Bletch Nond 2nd 178-7 (P West 61, S Faruqi 45, N Smith 44, J Cockcroft 3-57, P Garner 3-22), Shipton 2nd 38-2 rsp.Rain was the winner in Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd's clash against Shipton-under-Wychwood 2nd. Paul West hit 61 as Oxford reached 178-7, Phil Garner taking 3-22 and Joe Cockcroft 3-57. But Shipton's reply lasted a mere 13 overs before the rain forced an early end to proceedings, with the home side 38-2.
    **Shipton 2nd 7, Ox & B Nondies 2nd 9
  • Oxford & Bletch Nond 3rd 268-2 (M Baggs 149, A Haynes 69no), Leighton
    Buzzard 2nd 195 (P Jackson 37, D Pope 36no, N Baldwin 4-27).
  • Oxford & Bletch Nond 4th 249-1 (C Day 126no, R Hutchence 81no), Bicester & North Oxford 3rd 70 (J Brown 4-36, C Smith 3-25).
August 2nd

a

h-Bletch

h-OUP

a

Firsts

Seconds

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Fourths

Wolverton

Hanborough

Oxford / Horspath 4ths

Dinton 3rds

Winning Draw

Lose

Win

Win

August 9th

h - Bletch

a

a

h - OUP

Firsts

Seconds

Thirds

Fourths

Banbury 2nd's

Kimble 2nd's

Long Marston 2nd's

Kingston Bags 2nd's

  • Banbury 2nd 223-8 (I Tew 61, A Jarvis 55, A Ellis 4-54, S Vinjimoor 3-88), Ox & Bletch Nond 201-9 (D Curtis 52, A Shah 3-48, D Haupt 3-56, P Hill3-61). Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts' relegation worries increased as they were left hanging on for a draw at 201-9 at Banbury 2nd. Azhar Shah (3-48), Dale Haupt (3-56) and Paul Hill (3-61) took Banbury who were docked two points for a slow over rate to the brink of victory after Damon Curtis made 52. Banbury had earlier posted 223-8, with Ian Tew (61) and Ali Jarvis (55) in the runs as Harry Ellis took 4-54.
    **Oxford & Bletch Nondies 17, Banbury 2nd 17
  • Ox & Bletch Nond 2nd 308-9 (P West 161, S Faruqi 59, M Whiston 5-77), Kimble 2nd 156 (D Richards 43, D Tapping 38, P West 3-4, G Frankland 3-5). Paul West smashed 161 as Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd racked up 308-9 against Kimble 2nd. West then completed an astonishing all-round performance by returning figures of 3-4 as Kimble were shot out for 156 in reply.
    **Kimble 2nd 5, Ox & Bletch Nond 30
  • Oxford & Bletch Non 3rd 145 (M Keable 8-62), Long Marston 2nd 149-5 (S Vessey 38no, A Pierce 37, B Evans 35no).
  • Kingston Bagpuize 2nd 169-9 (P Temple 59no, M Stockwell 31), Ox & Bletch Non 4ths 170-6 (I Esson 77, R Hutchence 38).
August 16th

a

h-Bletch

h-OUP

a

Firsts

Seconds

Thirds

Fourths

Kingston Bags

Stanton

B Vale 2nd's

Bledlow 2nd's

August 23rd

h

a

a

h

Firsts

Seconds

Thirds

Fourths

Witney Mills

Wolverton 2nds

Wendover 2nds

Morris Motors 2nds

August 30th

a

h

h

a

Firsts

Seconds

Thirds

Fourths

Cumnor

Bledlow

Banbury 3rds

Witney Mills 2nds

September 6th

h

a

a

h

Firsts

Seconds

Thirds

Fourths

Great Tew

Cumnor 2nds

Didcot 2nds

Thame 3rds