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Oxfordshire K O Cup
Dennis Mihaljevich shocked Thame by taking 5-7 to give
Nondescripts a ten-run win in a low-scoring encounter.
Chalgrove 149-4 (D Thomas 73 no, T Bagnall 32), Abingdon Vale 150-5 (B Humpage 41, D Rockall 38 no, L Whincup 31).
Shipton-under-Wychwood 202-5 (J Constable 110), Oxford & Horspath 180-5 (B Thompson 70, R Eason 42 no, I Evans 31, P Garner 3-42).
Banbury Twenty 166-6 (D Burbidge 47, D Clark 30, G Brown 3-39), Cumnor 150-4 (A Cook 89).
Banbury 197-4 (N Radford 77, D Taylor 41), Sandford St Martin 64-6 (D Taylor 4-10).
Rover Cowley 137-7 (Sanath 53), Morris Motors 125-8.
Kingston Bagpuize 76, Oxford Nondescripts 80-2 (J Pigott 30 no).
An allround professional performance with the winning runs scrored in the 15th over.
Bicester & N Oxford 177-5 (R Davison 54, D Woods 50), Watlington 112-9 (M Stanway 5-6).
Kidlington w/o Cholsey
3RD ROUND DRAW
Banbury Twenty v Oxford Nondescripts, Abingdon Vale v Banbury, Shipton v Kidlington, Rover Cowley v Bicester & NO. Matches on July 10.
Oxford Nondescripts will be away to holders Banbury
in the semis after a
Hot favourites Banbury will face Shipton-under-Wychwood in this year's final of the Bernard Tollett Oxfordshire KO Cup.
Both sides eased through last night's semi-finals, winning by 48 and 54 runs respectively against Oxford Nondescripts and Rover Cowley.
Holders Banbury rattled up 171-7 from their 20 overs, Shahbaz Ali leading the way with a powerful 85.
Nondescripts were never in the hunt when they replied, although Matt Walmsley and Dennis Mihaljevich batted defiantly for 36 apiece.
They eventually finished on 123-8.
Jason Constable, who struck 149 not out for Shipton against Kidlington in the last round, was again in devastating form against Rover Cowley.
The all-rounder cracked 84 to help his side to 180-2, well supported by Shaun Miller with 41.
That proved too many for Rover, despite a battling half-century from Christo du Preez, as they closed on 126-8.
Former county skipper Phil Garner returned 3-21 with his off-spin.
So it will be Banbury against Shipton in this year's final at Bletchingdon on Sunday, August 12 (10.30).
Banbury 171-7 (Shahbaz Ali 85, I Mead 3-47), Oxford Nondescripts 123-8 (M Walmsley 36, D Mihaljevich 36).
Shipton-under-Wychwood 180-2 (J Constable 84, S Miller 41), Rover Cowley 126-8 (C du Preez 54, P Garner 3-21).