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  • Get the Game On - or it might be, ‘what game?’ by Luke Ryan Get the Game On - or it might be, ‘what game?’ If you are reading this you are not likely to need cricket to be sold to you. You are most ...
    Posted 27 Mar 2015, 03:09 by Menna Murray
  • Martyn Cross - On Coaching, his award and his beloved Minster Lovell CC Where have the past 20 years gone?It all started standing in Wash Meadow playing field, looking around at ageing first team and wondering if Minster Lovell CC would be ...
    Posted 25 Feb 2015, 05:07 by Luke Ryan
  • Remembering Jim Hunt by Chris Bishop Sirs.How sad to see the recent passing of JIM HUNT [late Sec.Of Oxford United].I knew him in the 1970s when an attempt was being made to organise ...
    Posted 11 Feb 2015, 09:16 by Luke Ryan
  • Andy Harris - 'Coaching Down Under!' Andy Harris, our County U14 Boys and schools coach, along with Great and Little Tew's 1st XI captain gives an interesting insight into his winter experiences coaching in Tasmania ...
    Posted 29 Jan 2015, 01:48 by Luke Ryan
  • You do the Math…… by Tim Haworth Fixtures organisation is a bit of a numbers game. This year we have 28 Youth squads needing matches. When you include festival matches, this will amount to 300 days of ...
    Posted 22 Jan 2015, 06:52 by Luke Ryan
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2015 Representative Fixtures


Follow this link to see all 31 of our squads fixtures in 2015

2015 Fixtures (updated version)

or Click here for our published fixture Card (*maybe out of date)




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NATWEST OSCAS 2015


 
The NatWest OSCAs (Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards) are aimed at recognising those volunteers who give so much of their time to the game of cricket – without these individuals the game would not survive. We are extremely fortunate in Oxfordshire to have a thriving volunteer community and the Natwest OSCAs are a fantastic way to recognise the efforts of those who give their time so generously.

Nominations from Oxfordshire will be invited to an evening of celebration to award the Oxfordshire winners, after which they are put through to a judging panel. The regional winners of each category are then put forward to the national OSCAs and invited to attend the national awards event at Lord's where they are be wined, dined and entertained. 
 
Nominations 2015

The nominations for 2015 are now OPEN. Download nomination forms and judging criteria here:

The categories are:

 

·       Heartbeat of the Club

·       Get the Game On

·       Leagues

·       Lifetime Achiever

·       NatWest CricketForce

·       Officiating – Umpires and Scorers

·       Young Volunteer


To compliment the Get the Game on campaign a few of the categories have been altered from 2014 to reflect the importance of retaining and increasing participation levels in cricket.  

 

The 2015 NatWest OSCA’s will be held at Lords cricket ground on Monday 12th October.   All nominations will be due by August 7th and invites will go out the following week once the panel has met.

 

The NatWest OSCAs aim to reward the contribution that volunteers make to the game.  We welcome nominations for volunteers from the traditional cricketing environments (clubs, leagues, boards) but in addition to this, we would like to recognise volunteers from emerging environments such as Higher and Further Education, Community Programmes, Workplaces and Recreational Park Leagues.

Announcements

  • Ellandun Trophy: Matchday 2 The tables turned on the second day of the Ellandun Trophy as Wessex dominated the Twenty20 fixtures, winning nine of the twelve matches to turn a seven-point deficit into ...
    Posted by Menna Murray
  • Ellandun Trophy: Matchday 1 The Under 10s shared the points at Radley College in a series of very close matches that went down to the penultimate ball, as Isaac Hall found the boundary to ...
    Posted by Menna Murray
  • Oxon Academy Beat Berks Academy at Datchet OXFORDSHIRE Academy cruised to an impressive seven-wicket victory in their second game of the season away to Berkshire Academy at Datchet on Sunday. Read the full report HERE
    Posted by Menna Murray
  • NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR 2015 NATWEST OSCAS  The NatWest OSCAs (Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards) are aimed at recognising those volunteers who give so much of their time to the game of cricket – without these individuals the ...
    Posted 26 May 2015, 00:33 by Joseph Dale
  • Wondering What to Do with Your Unwanted Old Kit....? .... then Hannah Woodley can help! She has very kindly offered to co-ordinate donations to charity. If you have outgrown your old kit, (MKK, Fearnley clothing, bats, pads, gloves, etc ...
    Posted 22 May 2015, 04:14 by Menna Murray
  • Ellandun Trophy News Looking Forward to a Week of Development Cricket!Our County Development areas, Mercia and Wessex, shall be competing against each other for the newly-introduced Ellandun Trophy next week. The ...
    Posted 22 May 2015, 03:40 by Menna Murray
  • Price Hat Trick in Local Press! In what we believe to be a first, three brothers all captained their County teams last Sunday. Tom (U15), Ollie (U14) and Will (U11) Price led their teams against Hertfordshire ...
    Posted 22 May 2015, 03:04 by Menna Murray
  • Why Has Your Club NOT Signed-Up for an Open Day?! Question: What have Challow and Childrey, Goring, Moreton, Oxford and Bletchington Nondescripts, Thame Town and Witney Mills Cricket Clubs all have in common?Answer: They have all signed-up for ...
    Posted 21 May 2015, 03:02 by Menna Murray
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