Banbury cup hopes are ended by Henley

From Banbury Guardian: 

For the second week running, the Banbury batsmen were unable to deal with the Henley attack,fake watches uk this time in Sunday’s ECB National Club T20 area final at Oxford.

Banbury reached the finals day at The Oval last year but this time their hopes of making progress in the competition were ended in a 16 run defeat by Home Counties Premier League champions Henley.
A walkover in the semi-final after High Wycombe surprisingly failed to raise a side put Jimmy Phillips’ side straight into the final against Henley who had accounted for Slough in their semi-final.
And Banbury looked to have got half the job done when they dismissed Henley for 104 runs with Liam Manley accounting for the top four batsmen to finish with impressive figures of 4-24,fake watches uk Tahir Afridi was the only batsman to get to grips with the county bowler with what turned out to be a match-winning 33 runs.
In reply,cheap replica watches Lloyd Sabin and Nathan Hawkes gave their side a solid start, putting on 35 runs for the opening wicket. But when Sabin and Hawkes departed wickets began to tumble in alarming fashion as Banbury slumped to 88 all out as Gurveer Singh took a superb 2-5 off his four overs.
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