Banbury at the Oval: Full details

Banbury Cricket Club join reigning champions Wimbledon, Ormskirk and Chester-le-street in the national finals day of the ECB Club Twenty20.

Both semi-finals and the final will be held at the Kia Oval, London and all three will be screened live on Sky Sports.

Banbury play in semi final 1 vs Wimbledon at 12.30pm

Semi final 2 will commence at 3.15

The final at 7.10

All games can be shortened as far as 5 overs per side in the event of rain. 

There are three coaches traveling to the ground, leaving at 9am, please be there in plenty of time. Booking is essential and we are nearing capacity. Contact John Woodworth on 07990 516352

THE CLUB WILL OPEN AT 8am FOR BREAKFAST. If you would like breakfast, please order with Jo Higgs ahead of time via: 07810 895606, Jo can also provide full details.

We would like to thank everyone who has chosen to support the club by traveling by coach, it means a lot to the committee and especially to the players. We hope you all have a great day!


Arrival at The Kia Oval

All supporters and players should access the ground via the Hobbs Gate which
is the one nearest to the Oval tube station (which is on the Northern Line).
For those supporters arriving by coach, they can be dropped off at the Hobbs
Gate but the coach will have to find an alternative place to park nearby as
there will be no parking at the ground for coaches. All supporters will be
based in the Pavilions and Bedser stands at the Hobbs Gate end of the ground.


See map pictured

Entrance to the ground will be free of charge and catering and refreshment facilities will be open at the ground.

Coverage for those not at the ground:

As mentioned, the game will be live on Sky Sports, but if cannot be near a TV, it is best to follow @banburysport on twitter as the Banbury Guardian will be providing coverage via that feed. It may not be possible for the club to provide updates from its own feed. The socres will also be on the ECB cricket app and tweeted by the ECB.

There will be full previews in Thursdays Oxford Mail and Banbury Guardian.

Those who have not seen them already should check out the Banbury Guardians player profiles here:

Or the pre-match interview with Jimmy:

The club would like to thank Jason Gibbins, Steve Smith and their team at the Guardian for their excellent support to date.

Finally, thanks to all of you for your support – the boys very much appreciate it and hope to go all the way for you! 

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