The provisional divisional structure for 2017 can be found here
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Please Note change of AGM date to 24th November
Division 1: Aston Rowant 2
Division 2: Oxford Downs 1
Division 3: Didcot 1
Division 4: Westbury 1
Division 5: Thame Town 2
Division 6: Long Marston 2
Division 7: Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2
Division 8: Westbury 2
Division 9 North: Buckingham Town 4
Division 9 South: Didcot 3
JACK Brooks could only stand and watch on helplessly as Yorkshire’s bid for a third successive County Championship was shattered by Middlesex in a dramatic finish at Lord’s.
OXFORDSHIRE Over 50s B team paid tribute to their manager Chris Bishop after winning the Southern Counties Senior Championship.
SOUTH Oxfordshire Amateurs break new ground when they play their first match at Wormsley tomorrow The county’s leading wandering club are playing Sir Paul Getty’s XI at the late magnate’s ground, near Stokenchurch.
MINSTER Lovell sealed the OCA League Division 1 title to secure an outstanding treble triumph as they defeated visitors Charlbury in a rain-affected final match of the season.
HORSPATH completed a fabulous four-timer in Oxfordshire youth competitions when crowned Under 17 League champions.
JAKE Halsey’s superb five-wicket haul helped Hanborough lift the Telegraph Cup with a 48-run victory over Division 3 champions Eynsham at Faringdon.
OXFORD captain John Barrett believes the season would be classed as a failure if they fail to secure promotion.
MINSTER Lovell sealed their first Airey Cup triumph with a thrilling six-run victory over Shrivenham at Great Horwood.
Andy Harris has brought the curtain down on six years at the helm at Ledwell Road.
Lloyd Sabin paid tribute to his young side as Banbury ended the season with some silverware.
Banbury retained the Bernard Tollett Trophy, beating Oxford for the second year running in Sunday’s final.
Banbury slipped down to fourth in division one of the Home Counties Premier Cricket League following Saturday’s abandoned game at Slough
Banbury go into the final game of the Home Counties Premier Cricket League campaign with third place still up for grabs.
And it was all going so well, that was until Saturday’s storms all but washed the cricket programme around Banburyshire.