Sat 3rd June Charlbury vs Oxenford

Charlbury 187 (41 overs)

Stuart Atkins 67

 

Oxenford 164-9 (45 overs)

Charlie Sinton 3-44

 

Charlbury won the toss and elected to bat first. Tom Nash and Graham opened the batting for Charlbury. The Oxenford bowlers quickly dropped into a great line and length and from the off both batsmen found the ball difficult to get away. In the third over Graham missed one and was bowled and so Ajit arrived at the crease. Ajit was quickly off the mark by pushing a ball away thru the infield and running hard for a two. Tom was also running hard for all of his runs as Charlbury tried to keep turning the scoreboard over. Oxenford were bowling and fielding well and both batsmen were struggling to get the ball away for more than a single. Then disaster struck as one delivery just moved away from Ajit a touch, the ball hit the edge of the bat and a good catch was taken. Steve now arrived at the crease. In the next over Tom pushed the ball away for a two and then a couple of balls later a second two. The second two caused problems as Steve hurt his back while running and had to retire hurt. Josh now arrived at the crease. After ten overs Charlbury were 18-2 and with Steve out injured effectively for three wickets. A change in the bowling was now made from one end and this started to release the shackles a bit. Josh hit the first boundary of the innings with a powerful shot and then ran a couple of twos. Next over Tom missed one and was bowled meaning Stuart had to come to the crease. The new bowler then got his run up wrong and bowled several no-balls allowing Charlbury to hit some of them away, including another boundary for Josh. A double change in the bowling was made as Oxenford brought on their two left arm spinners. In the first over of one of the spinners Josh launched him thru the off-side and over the boundary for six, but disaster struck last ball when he missed a delivery and was bowled for a well made 26. Ian now joined Stuart at the crease. Stuart was going along quietly, just pushing a few singles and twos around and then defending the many good deliveries. Stuart drove one from one spinner to the boundary for four and then followed it up by smashing it back over his head for a big six. After twenty overs Charlbury had reached 72-4. Ian was looking good with the bat, stroking the ball around for singles and hard run twos. The running from both players was hard as they sought to increase the run rate. Stuart clattered another four before Ian got in on the act and also smashed a spinner to the boundary. A change in the bowling was now made as one of the spinners made way for one of the opening bowlers and then a couple of overs later the other opening bowler returned to the attack as Oxenford started to search desperately for wickets. The extra pace on the ball seemed to suit both batsmen and both of them found a couple of boundaries. Stuart was now staring to look in top form as he stroked the ball around on both sides of the wicket. Then disaster struck as Ian missed one and was bowled for a good 23 leaving Charlbury 126-5 off 30 overs. Charlie now entered the fray. Stuart hammered another delivery to the boundary for four to bring up a well deserved fifty. The overs were now starting to run out and Charlbury needed to get a move on to set a defendable total. Both batsmen were now running hard for everything, trying to turn ones into twos. Charlie missed one and was bowled bringing Dean to the crease, but he was not there long as he was wrapped on the pads and given out adjudged LBW. 146-7 off 35 overs and Barry now strode to the crease. A change of bowling was also made as one of the opening bowlers had now finished his allotted twelve over spell and so the first change came back on. Lots of twos were now being run as the scoring rate started to increase. Then disaster struck as Stuart just prodded at one and hit the ball straight to a fielder and was caught for a great 67. Jake now came to the crease. Barry now started to attack hard and found a couple of boundary fours. Jake just pushed the ball around to try and get Barry back on strike. Barry then hit a monster six over the old pavilion and then followed it up with a hard hit four. Last ball of the over Barry edged the ball onto his stumps and was out for a hard hit 24 leaving Charlbury 187 all out.

 

Charlbury were going to have to bowl well if they were to defend their total. Rob Collard had arrived and became the twelfth man in place of Steve. Jake and Ian opened the bowling for Charlbury and got them off to a reasonable start. The batsmen attacked in the first couple of over, but when the Charlbury bowlers found their length and line the scoring started to dry up. After ten over Oxenford had reached 20-0 and although the score was being kept down Charlbury needed wickets to ensure the pressure stayed on the batting side. Jake was bowling a great spell, getting the ball to nip around and causing some problems for the batsmen. Ian too was bowling a great spell with his added pace and movement. Finally the first wicket came when Ian found a way thru one batsman’s defences and clean bowled him. Charlbury were backing their great bowling display up with a fine fielding display, throwing themselves around to stop many runs from being scored. Jake then came out of the attack and was replaced by Charlie. Next over Ian wrapped a batsman on the pads and he was given out adjudged LBW. Charlie quickly dropped into a good line and length and kept up the good work started by the opening bowlers. After 22 overs Oxenford had reached 56-2 and were going to have to start attacking more if they were to win the game. Ian finished his twelve over spell and so Stuart entered the attack. Stuart was quickly on the mark and with his extra pace the batsmen found him a difficult proposition. The run scoring was slow as Charlbury bowled and fielded well, keeping the pressure on the batsmen. One batsman tried to blast Charlie for a six, but hit the ball high into the air, Josh got underneath it and took a great catch. In his next over Charlie wrapped a batsman on the pads and he was given out adjudged LBW leaving Oxenford 84-4 off 31 overs. The batsmen were starting to try and run harder for every run and were throwing the bat a lot more, but Charlbury were still in control. Then Charlbury were gifted a wicket. The batsman missed the ball off Stuart, but stand-in keeper Barry dropped it and it went behind him, The batsman thought there was a run on and so set off before being sent back by his partner. Barry quick as a flash gathered the ball and threw the stumps down and the batsman was run out. Next over another attempted big hit off Charlie could only find Jake in the deep and he gratefully took the catch. Stuart then got in on the act when he wrapped a batsman on the pads and he was given out LBW leaving Oxenford 119-7 off forty overs. Charlie had finished his great twelve over spell and so Jake re-entered the attack. One batsman now decided to counter attack and hard. He hammered a huge six off Stuart before doing the same to Jake. He then hit one straight back to Jake, but his partner was backing up too far and Jake fielded the ball and threw the stumps down to run him out. After 43 overs Oxenford were 146-8 needing an improbable 42 runs to win off two overs. The hard hitting batsman attacked hard and hit Stuart for another big six, but in doing so injured his shoulder. 32 runs from the last over, bowled by Jake and it looked to be on when the hard-hitter smashed another big six, but when he missed the next ball he retired hurt as his shoulder was causing him too much pain. A couple more singles were taken as Charlbury won the game by 23 runs.

 

A great win for the lads built on a fabulous knock by Stuart backed up by Josh, Ian and Barry and then a great bowling and fielding display saw Charlbury home – well played lads.

 

Charlbury 28 points

Sat 13th May Charlbury vs Great Horwood

Charlbury 115 (37.5 overs)

Stuart Atkins 31

 

Great Horwood 65 (20.1 overs)

Jake Godfrey 5-42

Ian Johnston 3-21

 

Charlbury won the toss and elected to bat first. The pitch was slightly damp from some rain that fell on Thursday, but this did not stop Charlbury from wanting to bat first. Tom Nash and Graham opened the batting. Tom was quickly off the mark smashing the first ball he faced thru the covers and to the boundary for four. In the next over Graham pulled a leg side delivery over the square boundary for four as Charlbury seemed to get off to a good start. Disaster struck in the 3rd over. First one popped on Graham and all he could do was lob the ball back to the bowler for a catch. Next ball Ben did the same thing and Charlbury were two wickets down. Steve now entered the fray. The Horwood bowlers had now settled into a good length and line and now run scoring was becoming difficult. A couple of singles were pushed around as both batsmen tried to rotate the strike, but then Steve missed one that cut back in and he as bowled. Josh now came to the crease. Tom was batting really well, pushing the ball around for singles and playing defensively against the many good deliveries bowled. Tom then played a lovely straight drive for four and then followed it up next over by upper cutting a delivery square for another boundary. After 11 overs Charlbury had struggled to 29-3. Horwood were fielding well, backing their bowlers up and both batsmen were finding it hard to score more than the odd single. Josh missed one and was bowled  meaning Stuart had to come to the crease. In the 17th over Horwood’s wicket-keeper did not take a delivery cleanly and dislocated his finger and had to go of to hospital meaning they were short of fielders. Charlbury now had to try and take advantage of this. A couple of maidens were bowled as Charlbury reached 35-4 off 18 overs. A change in bowling was made at one end and Stuart took an instant liking to the new bowler hammering his first two deliveries to the boundary for four. An overthrow in the next over let Tom receive a five as Charlbury started to try and push the score along a bit. Stuart was batting confidently, pushing the ball around and running hard to turn ones into twos. Then disaster struck as Tom edged one to the stand-in keeper and was caught for a hard fought 29. Ian now came to the wicket. Stuart clubbed another boundary to keep things moving along. One bowler now finished his allotted twelve over spell and so a spinner entered the attack. In his first over Stuart miss-hit one straight back to the bowler and was caught for a fine 31. Dean now joined Ian at the crease. Both batsmen were running hard for everything and after Ian hit a three, Dean joined in the fun smashing the ball for four. It was still tough batting and the ball was still moving around. Ian crashed a delivery to the boundary, but next ball edged one to the keeper and was caught leaving Charlbury 95-7 off 31 overs. Jake now came to the crease, but was not there long as he missed one from the spinner and was bowled. Ayam now joined Dean at the wicket. With the overs and wickets both running out Dean decided to hit out a bit more and try and push Charlbury to a defendable score. The running was hard from both players a couple of twos were scored. Ayam hooked a delivery to the boundary for four. Dean then missed one and was bowled for a well made 19 meaning Martyn had to come to the wicket. Martyn was not there too long as the spinner bowled him and Charlbury were all out for 115.

 

Charlbury were going to have to bowl and field exceptionally well if they were to stand a chance of defending their score. Jake and Ian opened the bowling for Charlbury. Second ball of the game and Jake bowled one of the batsmen. The Horwood batsmen now took a couple of overs just to try and see off the new ball. A six was hit and the ball lost, a spare was used for a couple of deliveries before the ball was found. A tough catch was dropped and Charlbury thought that might have blown their chance, but next over Ian induced an edge from the other batsman and Josh took the catch in the slips. Next over the batsman who had been dropped in Jake’s last over didn’t get another reprieve when he edged the ball again as Ben stuck out a hand in the slips and took a fantastic catch. The eighth over was a big one for Charlbury as first ball Ian bowled an outstanding delivery to bowl the Horwood big hitter before he got going and then last ball of the over he found the edge and the new batsman was caught by Steve behind the stumps. Horwood were now 24-5 off only eight overs and Charlbury were right back in the game and with the wicket-keeper not back from hospital only four more wickets were required. Jake was bowling a fantastic spell, getting the ball to zip around and causing all sorts of problems for the batsmen. Ian too was bowling a fantastic spell, getting bounce and swing meaning all the batsmen were struggling to even lay a bat on him. The batsmen played out a couple of overs as they tried to rebuild their shattered innings. One batsman played defensively at the ball, but just hit it to close fielder Ian and he gratefully took the catch meaning Horwood had lost their sixth wicket. The batsmen now tried to fight fire with fire and started to try and attack the ball harder, finding a couple of boundaries to push the score along. Some hard running also brought up a few singles and twos as Horwood started to get back into the game. Jake as in the form of his life and bowled a snorter which clean bowled one batsmen leaving Horwood 41-7 off fifteen overs. Charlbury were pretty much in control, but the batsmen continued to play attacking shots at nearly every delivery. In the end one batsman missed one from Jake and he grabbed his fifth wicket by bowling the batsman. The last two at the crease and still more than sixty runs needed for victory. The last batsman defended resolutely while allowing the other batsman to attack hard. Three boundaries in one over suddenly saw the Horwood score leap forward to 63-8 off 19 overs. Ian bowled a great over to keep the score down in the next over. First ball of the 21st over and it as all over. The batsmen ran a single, but wanted to turn it into a two and so went for the second, Ayam quickly threw the ball to Steve who whipped off the bails and Great Horwood were all out for 65 as Charlbury completed a remarkable victory.

 

A great win for the lads as Tom, Stuart and Dean batted well to set up a score and the then Jake and Ian ripped thru the Horwood innings to set Charlbury on their way to victory – well played lads.

 

Charlbury 27 points

Sat 6th May Charlbury vs Wolvercote

Charlbury 231 (43.5 overs)

Stuart Atkins 43

 

Wolvercote 146 (38.5 overs)

 

Charlbury won the toss and on a cloudy, cold day elected to bat first. Tom Nash and Graham opened the batting and got Charlbury off to a good start. Graham hammered a delivery in the first over to the boundary for four and then in the next over Tom cut a short delivery for four. Tom was flying from the off pushing a couple of singles and then in the fourth over he reeled off three boundaries, including pulling one powerfully to towards the pavilion. After four overs Charlbury had reached 35-0. Graham was playing a more sedate game, but was still looking to pounce on anything that was slightly loose. Slowly the Wolvercote bowlers started to find their length and line and the scoring started to slow down slightly. A quick single was take and the fifty partnership was brought up. A change of bowling was made at one end as Wolvercote sought to stem the flow of runs. Then disaster struck as Tom, who had been batting really well, missed one and was bowled. Ashley now came to the crease and was quickly off the mark with back to back boundaries. Graham then tried to hit out at one, missed the ball and was bowled leaving Charlbury 74-2 off twelve overs. Ben now joined Ashley at the wicket. The outfield was quick and the Charlbury batsmen were taking full advantage of this, hitting several powerful shots for four. Ben started off well finding a couple of early boundary fours to keep the scoreboard moving along quickly. Ashley smashed another four, but then next ball in trying to repeat the dose he was unable to clear mid-on and was caught. Josh now entered the fray. Ben was still batting well, keeping his head and looking for the bad ball to put away. Josh started slowly just to make sure no more early wickets fell. Ben then missed one and was bowled and so Stuart arrived at the crease. A couple of overs later things got even worse for Charlbury as Josh was bowled leaving Charlbury 108-5 off 19 overs. Ian now came to the crease. Stuart and Ian now began rebuilding the innings, slowly at first not looking to take too many risks. Stuart hit a couple of early boundaries and Ian one to keep the scoring moving along at a good pace. Both batsmen were looking to just push the bowling around, picking up ones and twos and putting lots of pressure on the bowling side. Another change in the bowling was made as one of the opening bowlers finished his twelve over spell. The new bowler quickly dropped into a reasonable length and line and gave little away. After 29 overs Charlbury had reached 151-5 and now with the overs beginning to run out they were going to need to push on hard to set a defendable score. Just as it looked like Stuart was going to get going he was wrapped on the pads and given out adjudged LBW for a great 43. Steve now entered the fray. Another change in the bowling was made as one bowler finished his allotted twelve overs and a new bowler entered the attack. Steve attacked the new bowler hammering a early boundary off of him. Ian had been batting really well, stroking the ball around and running hard for ones and twos, but when he tried to hit out at the new bowler he hit the ball straight to a fielder and was caught for a good 27. Tom Eaton now arrived at the crease. After 38 overs Charlbury had reached 195-7. Both batsmen were playing well, looking for the quick single and hitting boundaries. The 40th over was a big one as Tom smashed two fours and Steve one as Charlbury raced over the 200 mark. Tom continued to attack, but hit one straight to a fielder and was caught meaning Dean came to the crease. One of the opening bowlers now returned to the attack and first ball back bowled Steve for a good 28. Jake now arrived at the wicket and took two fours off the first over he faced. A few more runs were pushed around before Dean was caught on the boundary trying for a big shot leaving Charlbury all out for 231.

 

Charlbury needed a good start with the ball if they were to defend their total. Jake and Ian opened the bowling. A couple of early boundaries were hit, but then both bowlers dropped into a great line and length and started to make run scoring more difficult. Jake struck in the fifth over when he induced an edge and Ben took the catch at second slip. Next over Ben found the edge and the other opening batsman was caught by Steve behind the stumps. Things got even better a couple of overs later as Ian wrapped a batsman on the pads and he was given out adjudged LBW leaving Wolvercote 27-3 off eight overs. Ian was bowling a magnificent spell and the batsmen were struggling to lay a bat on him let alone score any runs. Jake too was bowling a good spell, getting the ball to move around a bit. Jake then grabbed his second wicket when he wrapped one batsman on the pads and he was given out adjudged LBW leaving Wolvercote 44-4 off 13 overs. A change in the bowling was now made as Ian left the attack and Stuart entered it. A couple of overs later Jake left the attack and was replaced by Ian. Ian bowled a couple of overs before coming out of the attack and Josh came on. Stuart then grabbed a wicket as the batsman tried to hit out, but could only sky the ball and Ashley got under it to take a good catch. In Josh’s first over he was hammered for a six, but got his revenge two balls later when the batsman hit the ball straight to Ashley who gratefully took the catch. Wolvercote were trying to play some shots, but they were getting further and further behind the required rate and so were going to have to take some risks if they were going to get close. After 25 overs Wolvercote had reached 90-7. Stuart was bowling a good spell, getting the ball to move around a bit and with lots of pace. Josh too was bowling well, getting the ball to move around which made it hard for the batsmen to get after him. One batsman decided to go for it a bit and hammered several boundary fours and with some quick running the score started to rise. The batsmen tried to take a quick single off of Stuart’s bowling, but Josh was alert to the possibility of a run out and just threw the ball in quickly and Stuart whipped the bails off to run the batsman out. Josh then bowled a slower ball and the hard hitting batsman missed it and was bowled leaving Wolvercote eight wickets down. In josh’s next over one batsman threw the bat at the ball and hit a boundary, but also put his shoulder out and so had to retire hurt meaning Wolvercote were down to their last two batsmen. A double change in the bowling was made as Jake and Ian entered the attack. Both bowlers dropped straight on the money, but the batsmen were intent on just staying there and picking up the odd single. Ian finished his allotted twelve over spell and so dean entered the attack. In his first over he wrapped one batsman on the pads and he was given out LBW leaving Wolvercote 146 all out.

 

A great win for the lads with a good all round batting performance from everyone, then that was backed up with a great display from the bowlers and fantastic fielding display – well played lads.

 

Charlbury 30 points

Sat 29th April Charlbury vs Yarnton & Cowley

Charlbury 302-8 (45 overs)

Ajit Shah 52

Ben Forrester 108

Josh Hornsby 51

Stuart Atkins 38

 

Yarnton & Cowley 169-8 (45 overs)

Ian Johnston 5-30

 

Charlbury lost the toss and on a cold day were asked to bat first. Ajit and Richard opened the batting for Charlbury. Yarnton started with nine men, but a late arrival soon made that ten. With early season conditions and not much batting between them both openers took a while to get going, but with the help of extras the score started to get a move on. Richard missed one and was bowled meaning debutant Ben Forrester now entered the fray. After five overs Charlbury were 17-1. Ajit was looking his usual dependable self, pushing the ball around and looking for the quick single or two and every opportunity. Ben started off well pushing a couple of singles around just to get himself moving. Ajit hit the first boundary of the day, cutting one behind square and then ben followed it up shortly afterwards, powerfully driving the ball to the boundary. Slowly the runs started to come and after 11 overs Charlbury were well set at 48-1. Yarnton now took one of their opening bowlers off and brought on a spinner who quickly slipped into a good line and length. Ben was playing the more aggressive game of the two batsmen as he stroked the ball around on both sides of the wicket for runs. Ajit was looking to give Ben the strike at every chance he had and several quick singles were run. Another change in the bowling was made as another spinner replaced the other opening bowler. Ben took and instant liking to the new spinner and smashed him for two boundary fours. After twenty overs Charlbury had reached 78-1 and now was the time to start pushing on. Ben continued to punish any loose bowling by smashing it to the boundary and so another change was made as a new bowler entered the attack. The hundred mark was reached as both batsmen pushed hard for runs, Ajit with his hard running and Ben with his forceful play. Ben pushed another single and reached a well deserved fifty as Charlbury reached 113-1 off 27 overs. With the overs now starting to run out Charlbury needed to push on hard to ensure they capitalised on their great start. Ajit smashed back to back fours before taking a single and letting Ben hammer a boundary of his own. This onslaught led to a double change in the bowling with the first spinner coming back on and a new bowler entering the attack. Ben launched the spinner out of the ground for a huge six and then hammered the new bowler for three fours in his first over. The score was now racing along and there seemed nothing Yarnton could do to stem the flow of runs. Ben hit another big six back over the bowler’s head and this forced another change in the bowling as one of the opening bowler’s re-entered the attack. Ajit hit a four and reached a well deserved fifty, but next ball disaster struck as he was bowled. Ben and Ajit had put on a record 169 runs for the second wicket. Josh now entered the fray and looked in great form from the first ball he faced. Josh hammered a couple of fours before launching one delivery for a big six. Ben pushed a quick single that took him to his hundred. After 37 overs Charlbury were 211-2 and with Josh hammering a couple of boundaries in the next over Charlbury were on for a massive total. Then disaster struck as Ben edged one and was caught by the keeper, bringing his fantastic innings of 108 to an end. Stuart now entered the fray. The runs continued to flow at a very quick rate with both players running hard for twos and Josh smashing nearly every ball he faced to the boundary. After facing only 22 balls Josh reached brutally reached his fifty with another boundary. Next ball though in trying one more big shot he was bowled. debutant Ian Johnston now arrived at the crease and with not long left it was throw the bat at everything and run as fast as you could. Ian missed one and was bowled and then new man Steve was quickly run out going for a three which meant Nik arrived to join Stuart. After 42 overs the score was 262-6 and the last three overs were big ones. The other opening bowler was brought back into the attack in place of the spinner, but Stuart was now in full flow and in the last couple of over he hammered three huge sixes before being bowled with two deliveries left and the 300 mark reached. Bimalka was caught first ball going for a six and so Charlie joined Nik for the last ball on which they ran a single to take Charlbury to an imposing 302-8.

 

Yarnton & Cowley were going to have to bat really well if they were to get anywhere near their target. Jake and Ian opened the bowling and got Charlbury off to a great start. In his first over for the club Ian wrapped one batsman on the pads and he was given out adjudged LBW. The other opening batsman played his shots and with fielding restrictions now in place in the league he found a few early boundaries. After five overs Yarnton had reached 20-1. Jake was bowling a good line and length and causing some early problems for the batsmen. Ian too was bowling a good line and length and with his extra height and pace the batsmen were struggling to lay a bat on him. The fielders were backing up the good bowling with some excellent diving stops and were chasing everything to the boundary. The outfield was still quick and so the ball ran away fast from the fielders. Both bowlers were keeping things fairly tight, but Charlbury wanted wickets to really ramp up the pressure on the batting side. Ben was bowling a quick spell and eventually he made the breakthrough when he clean bowled one batsman leaving Yarnton 52-2 off 14 overs. Ian now took a break and Stuart joined Jake in the attack. Jake then grabbed Charlbury their third wicket when he clean bowled the attacking opening batsman. In his next over he bowled the new batsman leaving Yarnton in trouble at 77-4. Yarnton now took some time to try and re-build their innings, taking things slowly and only taking runs if they were easy. Jake finished his great 12 over spell and so Bimalka entered the attack. The overs ticked by with only the occasional boundary or single coming. After 28 overs Yarnton had reached 105-4. With the overs now running out the batsmen decided to try and attack a bit more hitting a couple more boundaries. The runs were coming, but slowly and Charlbury needed wickets if they were to pick up maximum points. Stuart left the attack and Charlie entered it. In his second over Charlie grabbed a wicket when, after being hit for six, the batsman dragged his back foot out of the crease and quick as a flash Steve stumped him. Bimalka started tossing a few deliveries up to see if either batsman would throw their wicket away. A few more boundaries came, but he batsmen looked content to just try and bat the overs out. The overs were ticking by and so Bimalka came out of the attack and Ian re-entered it to devastating effect. In his second over he clean bowled one batsman to leave Yarnton 160-6 off 43 overs. Stuart replaced Charlie as Charlbury looked for the last few wickets, but he could not get one. Ian then clean bowled two batsman in three balls to mean that Charlbury needed a wicket off the last ball to bowl Yarnton out. The last man just blocked the ball and stood his ground as Yarnton ended their innings on 169-8.

 

A great win for the lads set up by two debutants. Ian played a magnificent innings to reach a hundred and was ably backed up by Ajit, Josh and Stuart and then Ian ripped through the Yarnton batting to seal the victory – well played lads.

 

Charlbury 29 points

1st XI Fixtures – OCA Division 1 | 2017

 Date Fixture  Time  Result 
29-April Charlbury v Yarnton and Cowley 13:30  Win by 133 runs  View Match Report  score_card_icon
06-May  Charlbury v Wolvercote 13:30  Won by 85 runs  View Match Report  score_card_icon
13-May  Charlbury v Great Horwood 13:30  Won by 50 runs  View Match Report  score_card_icon
20-May  Charlbury v Radley 13:30  Radley withdrawn from league  View Match Report  score_card_icon
27-May
03-June  Charlbury v Oxenford 13:30  Won by 23 runs  View Match Report  score_card_icon
10-June  Faringdon v Charlbury 13:30  Lost by five wickets  View Match Report  score_card_icon
17-June  Charlbury v Stonesfield 13:30  Won by 55 runs  View Match Report  score_card_icon
24-June
01-July  Yarnton and Cowley v Charlbury 13:30  Won by three wickets  View Match Report  score_card_icon
08-July  Wolvercote v Charlbury 13:30  Won by 112 runs  View Match Report  score_card_icon
15-July  Charlbury v EandW Hendred 13:30  Won by 32 runs  View Match Report  score_card_icon
22-July  Great Horwood v Charlbury 13:30  Abandoned  View Match Report  score_card_icon
29-July  Radley v Charlbury 13:30  Radley withdrawn from league  View Match Report  score_card_icon
05-Aug  Oxenford v Charlbury 13:30  Won by 131 runs  View Match Report  score_card_icon
12-Aug  Charlbury v Faringdon 13:30  Lost by 9 wickets  View Match Report  score_card_icon
19-Aug  Stonesfield v Charlbury 13:30  Won by 3 wickets  View Match Report  score_card_icon
26-Aug
02-Sept  EandW Hendred v Charlbury 13:30  Won by 9 wickets  View Match Report  score_card_icon
09-Sept
16-Sept