Andrew Sabin has been called up to the first team after making a century for the seconds last week

BANBURY GUARDIAN: ANDREW SABIN hit a splendid unbeaten 128 to help Banbury 2nd XI win in the league for the second week running after a comprehensive 108-run victory at home to Witney Mills.
After winning the toss, Banbury batted first and with the experience of Sabin and Ian Tew set about posting a competitive score.

Sabin and Tew put on 70 for the first wicket in 22 overs with Tew out for 20 after being caught at mid on. Sabin and captain Ally Jarvis increased the tempo with good running between the wickets. Sabin used his feet well to the spinners and reached his half century with a six.

Sabin and Jarvis produced a 74-run partnership in 13 overs to set a great platform for the incoming batsmen.
Jamie Briggs joined Sabin in the middle and in the last ten overs the pair accelerated to give Banbury a total of 246-3 from 50 overs.

Sabin reached his first century of the season and Briggs was 32 not out, the pair put on an unbroken partnership of 88.
Banbury had secured maximum batting points and now set their sights on bowling Witney out to gain 30 points.
Azar Shah made the breakthrough having Smith caught and bowled for nine. Shah and Board collected another wicket apiece to leave Witney Mills 38-3.

Pete Claridge and Andy Cannons offered some resistance with a fourth wicket stand of 34 before Ian Adams claimed the wickets of both batsman in consecttive overs.
Adams went on to take three more wickets bowling Kelly and Skelton before having Claridge leg before. Adams finished with figures of 5-22 off nine overs.

The innings and game was wrapped up with a run out from the last ball of the 40th over.

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