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Saturday 1st XI (League)
Sat27/08/1613:00TwyfordA
Saturday 2nd XI (League)
Sat27/08/1613:00Blewbury & WallingfordH
Saturday 3rd XI (League)
Sat27/08/1613:30Lidlington CCA
Saturday 4th XI (League)
Sat27/08/1613:30Bletchley Town CC IIIH
Beds Sunday 1st XI (League)
Sun28/08/1612:30Lutonian IIH
Beds Sunday 2nd XI (League)
Sun28/08/1613:00Aspley GuiseA
U19 (T20)
Mon29/08/1611:00Eversholt H
Saturday 1st XI (T20)
Mon29/08/1615:00Eversholt H
Saturday 1st XI (League)
Sat03/09/1613:00CumnorH
Saturday 2nd XI (League)
Sat03/09/1613:00Shipton IIA
 
Senior Teams
Saturday
1st XI Cherwell League Div 1
2nd XI Cherwell League Div 3
3rd XI Four Counties Div 5
Ground: Ascott House, Wing.
4th XI Four Counties Div 7
Ground: Stoke Hammond CC.
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Sunday
Beds Sunday 1st XI Beds Sunday League Div 1
Beds Sunday 2nd XI Beds Sunday League Div 5
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Under 13
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Under 10
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News

First XI Keep Pressure On!
Tue 16th Aug

Saturday

The 1st XI were at home to Banbury CC IIs and won by 5 wickets to move into 3rd position in the league, only 8 points behind leaders Cumnor. Fielding first, Hayden Symmonds continued his superb form taking 6-30 off of his 12.5 overs. Symmonds was well supported by George Humphries (2-64 off 15) as Banbury were all out for 199 in 47 overs. In reply opener Mark Nelson was in fine form as he crashed 97 off just 57 deliveries, supported by 51 from Graeme Carter as the target was comfortably reached 5 wickets down inside 31 overs.

The 2nd XI were away to Bledlow Village CC and finished with a losing draw. Fielding first on a good batting wicket, Lee Morgan (3-41) and Satchi Mahdendran (3-85) were the pick of the bowlers for the away team but Bledlow maintained a good scoring rate throughout their innings, finishing on 286-9 off of 53 overs. In reply George Morris top scored with 82, supported by fellow opener Lawrence Armstrong (31) but with little further support from the middle order, Brickhill finished on 176-8 off of their 47 overs.

The 3rd XIs game was conceded by the opposition which has seen them move into 3rd position in division 5 of the FCCL.

The 4th XI were at home to Printers CC 2nd XI and lost by 51 runs. Printers batted first and posted 223-6 off of 38 overs and in reply Brickhill managed 184 all out in 39 overs.

Sunday

The 1st XI were at home to league leaders Ampthill Town CC and lost by 245 runs. Batting first, Ampthill took full advantage of the batting friendly conditions and amassed 402-5 off of 45 overs, James Wagg and Satchi Mahendran taking 2 wickets each for the homeside. The run rate pressure was too much of an ask as Brickhill lost regular wickets, eventually falling to 157 all out.

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First XI Beat Division Leaders
Tue 9th Aug

Saturday

The 1st XI were at away to division 1 leaders Dinton CC and came away with a resounding 112 run victory. Batting first on a hot day, Mark Nelson started well before being caught behind for 30 before Graeme Carter continued his impressive form scoring a vital 89 to hold the innings together as Brickhill managed to reach 196 all out in 44 overs. In reply opener Hayden Symmonds bowled a devastating spell of 7 overs taking 6-9 to blow away the Dinton top order. George Humphries & Julian Blackwell then took 2 wickets each as Dinton were all out for 84 in 26 overs to leave it all to play for towards the close of the season in division 1.

The 2nd XI were at home to Cublington CC and finished with a losing draw. Cublington batted first and Lee Morgan took 2 early wickets before a remarkable recovery started. Cublington reached 79-3 after 20 overs before Cublington batsmen Pip Webb began a relentless attack on the Brickhill bowlers amassing 200 not out off just 97 balls in the next 29 overs as Cublington posted an enormous 381-5 declared off 49 overs. In reply Brickhill struggled to keep up with the asking rate but John Cook made 51 and and Adam Goldberg and Jack Woodhouse held out well for the draw, finishing on 176-6.

The 3rd XI were at home to Soulbury CC and lost by 8 wickets. Batting first, Matt Ward top scored with 26 as Brickhill struggled to 122 all out. Soulbury's opening batsmen made 97 as the target was reached comfortably for the loss of 2 wickets.

The 4th XI were away to Wolverton CC 3rd XI and lost by 139 runs. Wolverton batted first as Adam Cooney was the pick of the bowlers, taking 2-26 off 6 overs as Wolverton posted 211-7 off 44 overs. In reply Brickhill's batsmen struggled and fell to 72 all out.

Sunday

The 1st XI were away to Eggington CC and lost by 7 wickets. Batting first, Greg MacDonald top scored with 45, followed by George Morris (34) but with few other contributions Brickhill fell to 154 all out. In reply Eggington batted aggressively and were able to reach the target for the loss of 3 wickets.

The 2nd XI were at home to Luton Town & Indians CC IV XI and lost by 51 runs. Fielding first, Jonathan Waters took 3-65 as the visitors posted 238-9 off 40 overs. In reply Jarvis Hunt top scored with 55, supported well by Tom Turner (40) and Tom Robson (38) but no batsmen was able to go on to the score required for victory as Brickhill finished on 187-8 off their overs.



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