Hooky find the runs with ease to see off Tew

Hook Norton beat Great Tew A by a single wicket in the Banbury Indoor Cricket League.

By The Newsroom
Thursday, 23rd February 2017, 6:57 am
Updated Wednesday, 1st March 2017, 7:54 am
Chris Thompson helped Sandford St Martin to victory
Chris Thompson helped Sandford St Martin to victory

Tew posted 104-2 in Tuesday’s division one fixture with Marcus Jeacock 27no and Joe Hurst 24no top scoring.

In reply, Hooky got home in 8.4 overs with Andrew Stanley 27no, Tom Bartlett 26no and Dan White 25no leading the way.

Shipston-on-Stour beat Banbury by six wickets.

Banbury made 102-2 in ten overs with Jack Lamden 25no and Josh Megson 20 leading the way while Sam Dyer took 2-31.

In reply, Jack Murphy 26no and Tom Cox 26no saw Shipston home in 7.3 overs. Castlethorpe beat Great Tew by six wickets.

Tew posted 86-5 in their ten overs with Lloyd Brock 27 and Joe White 39no top scoring.

In reply, Castlethorpe found the required runs in 6.4 overs with Matt Foulkes 23 and Stuart Walding 18no top scoring.

Champions Sandford St Martin extended their unbeaten run as they comfortably beat Cropredy by 23 runs.

Sandford posted 113-5 in ten overs with Martin Anson 27 top scoring while Jake Walters took 2-23.

In reply, Chris Thompson took 2-32 as Cropredy were restricted to 90-4 in their ten overs with Luke Cherry 30no top scoring.

The Banbury Indoor Cricket League AGM will be held at Banbury Cricket Club on Monday, March 27, 7.30pm.

There are vacancies in the league if any clubs are considering entering for the 2017-18 season.

For more details contact David Cherry on 01295 750610 or e-mail [email protected]

Entries must be received by March 27, for the AGM, and the new season starts in October.