Raza sinks Banbury

BANBURY 3rd were the latest side to fall at the hands of Stokenchurch’s prolific batsman Hasnain Raza.

Chasing Banbury’s 141 all out, Raza hit an unbeaten 68 while Paul Maddock struck 47 not out in their side’s eight-wicket win, which keeps them joint top.

Banbury 3rd 8pts, Stokenchurch 30 Bledlow Village enjoyed the same margin of victory at Banbury Twenty.

James Shirley took 5-33 as Twenty were bundled out for 151.

Adam Mould (82no) and Matt Bolton (52) then ensured there were no alarms in reply.

Banbury XX 2nd 8, Bledlow Village 30 Another side to win by eight wickets was Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd, who had little trouble seeing off Stanton St John Willows.

Put in to bat, Willows were soon dismissed for 117, with Graham Frankland (4-34) leading the attack.

Luke Quinlivan followed up his 3-36 by hitting 54 not out as Nondies cruised home.

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd 30, Stanton St John Willows 6 Aston Rowant 2nd were the fourth side to enjoy an eight-wicket win, after Shipton-under-Wychwood regretted choosing to bat.

Tom Needham took 4-35 as Shipton were reduced to 154 all out, which Rowant passed with ease thanks to Tim Bailey (65) and Dave Brooks (54no).

To compound their misery, Shipton were docked five points for failing to provide an umpire.

Shipton-under-Wychwood 2nd 3, Aston Rowant 2nd 30 Thame Town 2nd amassed 250-6 at home to Milton Keynes Park 2nd, who were then dismissed for exactly 100.

Thame Town 2nd 30, Milton Keynes Park 2nd 10

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