CRICKET Dorset & Oxfordshire through to T20 finals day

NCCA-Logo MasterOxfordshire, Dorset, Cheshire and Cambridgeshire booked their places at National Counties T20 Finals Day at Tring Park on May 22 on a tense final day of group matches. 

Oxfordshire sat out the final round of matches and had to watch from afar before their place in the semi-finals was secured following a day of dramatic twists and turns at Ampthill where Bedfordshire hosted Berkshire. 

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NATIONAL COUNTIES T20 round four round-up

NCCA-Logo MasterDorset bounced back from defeat by Herefordshire on Sunday to inflict two defeats on Devon at North Perrott. 

Devon were shot out for just 68 in the opener with spinners Felix Organ and Rob Pack taking six for 26 between them to set up a seven wickets win. 

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NATIONAL COUNTIES T20 round three round-up

NCCA-Logo MasterRain badly affected matches in the National Counties T20 Trophy third round with Devon and Wiltshire suffering a double washout at Exmouth. 

The first match between Herefordshire and Dorset at Colwall was also washed out but conditions in the Malvern Hills improved and allowed a full second match to be completed and for Herefordshire to secure a comfortable 46 runs win. 

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NATIONAL COUNTIES T20 round two round-up

NCCA-Logo MasterOxfordshire made it three straight National Counties T20 wins when they beat Wales NC by 34 runs in the first match at Wormsley but surrendered their unbeaten record when they were beaten by eight wickets in the second game of the day. 

Marcus Campopiano’s half century gave Oxfordshire the edge in the opener before Wales struggled against tight bowling and were dismissed for 98 with Harvey Jupp taking three for 16. 

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NATIONAL COUNTIES T20 opening round round-up

NCCA-Logo MasterOxfordshire again proved Berkshire’s nemesis as they recorded back-to-back wins in the opening round of National Counties T20 matches at the Falkland club in Newbury. 

Last season Oxfordshire ended Berkshire’s long unbeaten record in the National Counties Championship on their way to taking their three-day crown off them. 

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OXFORDSHIRE CCC National Counties cricket champions

Oxfordshire won the National Counties Championship for the first time in 32 years with a 178 runs victory over Suffolk in the final at Tring Park. 

Five wickets from slow left-armer Olly Clarke ended Suffolk’s resistance and meant that the title remained in the Western Division for a fifth consecutive season following four straight wins by Berkshire. 

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