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CRICKET: Slade's 9-31 is Didcot record
11:00am Tuesday 11th June 2013 in Sport
DAVID Slade produced club record figures of 9-31 as Didcot crushed Chearsley by nine wickets.
The hosts were bowled out for 91 in 30.4 overs before Simon Pritchard (49no) fired Didcot to 92-1 in 17.1.
Chearsley 1pt, Didcot 25
Horley hammered sorry Stokenchurch by 236 runs.
Stephen King smashed 103 not out in 11-overs, while Nick Tarrant struck 96 and Dave Taylor 46 in their side’s 343-6 – the eighth highest total in the league’s history.
The visitors were rolled for 107. Pete Papenfus took 4-19 and Steve Palmer 3-49, with Aide Watson making 31.
Horley 25, Stokenchurch 3
Marco Cecchini hit 128 not out as Kingston Bagpuize cruised past Wallingford.
Martin Shepherd chipped in with 34 in Bagpuize’s 213-6, with Mark Carey taking 3-71.
Rob Sessions hit 34, but Matt Warner (3-32) and Harrison Ward (3-18) had the visitors all out for 154.
Kingston Bagpuize 25, Wallingford 4
Rob Garrett top-scored with 73 in Great & Little Tew 2nd’s 165 at Witney Mills, for whom Pierre Lefort (3-54), Mike Dove (3-41) and Steve Kelly (3-26) bowled well.
Despite Pete Claridge’s 45, Mills were restricted to 140-8 as Kevin Taylor took 4-35.
Witney Mills 8, Gt & Little Tew 2nd 16
East Oxford returned to winning ways at home to Buckingham Town 2nd – but only just.
Muhammed Faruq (7-43) and Ali Malik (3-38) shone in Town’s 126.
But only Abdullah Sadiqi (34) found scoring easy as his side scrambled to 127-9, Ryan Spragg taking 3-33.
East Oxford 25, Buckingham T 2nd 10
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