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Up for the Cup!


CHARLBURY has been selected to host the final of the Oxfordshire Cricket Association's major cup competition, the Airey Cup, this Bank Holiday, Monday August 31st.

The game, starting at 1.30pm, is between two of the top teams in the league Westbury and Great Horwood and promises an enthralling contest in the limited 45 over format. The two umpires for the day are both well-known locally, former Charlbury captain and opening batsman Paul Gerrish, and Mike Dix from Chadlington, son of one of our former club presidents.

We are looking forward to welcome not just both teams and their supporters but people from the town as well as surrounding clubs to come and watch the cricket. Our pavilion bar will be open and club members are manning a barbecue during the afternoon.

Come and enjoy local cricket at its best and in the surroundings of one of the best venues in the Oxfordshire leagues!


Charlbury CC End of Summer Disco


It's the event that you've been waiting for all year, the Charlbury CC End of Summer Disco!

Come and join us for an afternoon of cricket followed by a disco leading you from evening into night.

Where: Charlbury Cricket Club
When: Saturday 5th September
Time: 19:30 until 23:00
Tickets: FREE - Strictly Club Members & Member Invited Guests Only! Charlbury CC Bar Committee reserve the right to refuse entry.

Fixtures on Saturday 5th September:

  • 1st XI @ Home vs. Radley
  • 2nd XI @ Home vs. Garsington II
  • 3rd XI - No Game

More details to follow...


Down to the last ball!


Congratulations to our midweek team who last night won the Ernie Clack Knockout final in a riveting game that went down to the very last ball. The club, which hosts the competition finals, took on cup holders Witney Swifts in a match that had all the excitement and twists and turns of the short form of the game. In their 16 overs Charlbury made 103-9 after winning the toss and electing to bat, with Graham Atkins, Steve Hicks, Barry Nutt and captain Josh Hornsby making the bulk of the runs. In reply, Swifts were held in check by accurate bowling and an all-round fielding performance, but some lusty late blows brought the scores close and it came down to the last ball in fading light, with Swifts requiring three runs to win. Barry pitched short and the ball evaded the bat to leave Charlbury narrow winners in a thrilling game. The team - Josh Hornsby, Ollie Hollings, Ellie Norton, Will Briggs, Ben Delnevo, Steve Hicks, Hasula Prematilaka, Graham Atkins, Barry Nutt, Jake Godfrey and Rob Knight - were presented with their winners' medals and the cup by club president Mike Shayler.


Charlbury CC Win ECKO Final


ecko winners 2015

Charlbury CC won the Ernie Clack Knock Out Final last night in a very close game against Witney Swifts.

A BIG well done to everyone who played!

Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 July 2015 07:18

A Home Final!


Charlbury are not just hosting the final of the Ernie Clack midweek limited overs competition on Tuesday July 14th - our team will be there doing their best to win it. They smashed their way into the final last Thursday with an exciting 150 in the alloted 16 overs against Wolvercote. The other semi-final is due to go ahead this Tuesday between Witney Swifts and Ducklington. Games are due to start at 6.30pm. Spectators are welcome.

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