Honours Board

2021

Batting

Gabriel Farrell, Fourth XI vs Stanton Harcourt 2 on Saturday 12 June: 101* Match Report
“Gabe did write Wolvercote 4 history though by bringing up the team’s – and his own! – maiden century in the last over of the match. He carried his bat for a beautifully crafted 101*, which was highlighted by some ferocious pull shots and classic cover drives.”

Bowling

Mohammed Ayyaz, Third XI vs Minster Lovell 3 on Saturday 24 July: 14 overs, 5 maidens, 31 runs, 6 wicketsMatch Report
“Bowling credits go to Ayyaz, who took 6 wickets, Will Coles bowled superbly without reward.”
Simon Palmer, Fourth XI vs Bicester and North Oxford 4 on Saturday 24 July: 10 overs, 3 maidens, 30 runs, 6 wicketsMatch Report
“At the other end of the age spectrum, our answer to Zara was Simon P who claimed 6-30 while Rajat P toiled away drawing 5 or 6 genuine edges for no reward whatsoever.
Will Coles, Third XI vs Chesterton 1 on Saturday 17 July: 9 overs, 2 maidens, 18 runs, 8 wickets Match Report 
“Coles ended with 8 for 18 off 9, 5 bowled, and an LB, a stellar effort, a club record, and a proper wolf win!”
Rizwaan Mohammed, Second XI vs Charlbury 2 on Saturday 10 July: 8.4 overs, 1 maiden, 26 runs, 6 wicketsMatch Report
“The wisdom of this decision was justified by fast bowlers Rizwaan and Mark Hinkling who mopped up all 10 wickets between them, Rizwaan finishing with remarkable figures of 6 for 26.”
Barkat Ahmed, First XI vs Hanborough 1 on Saturday 26 June: 13 overs, 2 maidens, 28 runs, 5 wicketsMatch Report
“Tight bowling from everyone, including 5 for 28 from Barkat, restricted Hanborough to 139 in 46.5 overs.”
Neil Sadler, Second XI vs Wolverton Town 2 on Saturday 19 June: 5.3 overs, 3 maidens, 6 runs, 5 wicketsMatch Report
Sam (3 for 29) took the first 3 wickets with good catching in the slips from Madden and Neil finished with remarkable figures of 5 for 6!”
Mohammed Ayyaz, Third XI vs Cropredy 3 on Saturday 19 June: 12 overs, 1 maiden, 39 runs, 5 wicketsMatch Report
“Man-of-the-Match Ayyaz then picked up a brace of poultry with the wickets of Evans and Stearn to complete his maiden “Michelle” for the Wolves (12-1-39-5)”
Joshua Cooper, Fourth XI vs Stanton Harcourt 2 on Saturday 12 June: 9 overs, 1 maiden, 31 runs, 6 wicketsMatch Report
“All changed, though, when Josh Cooper (pint-sized and only 14 years old!) returned for his second spell. He warmed up with the wicket of Stanton’s centurion opener, then took a hat trick, and could have had 4 in 4 balls but for a little miscommunication in the field. Josh wasn’t to be denied his 5-fer though, and ended up with quite frankly astonishing figures of 6 for 31 off 9 overs!”

2019

Batting

  • Darren Jones, Second XI vs Deddington 13 July 2019: 119*
  • Sahil Agarwal, Third XI vs Letcombe 1 June 2019: 115
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Bowling

  • Barkat Ahmed, First XI vs Witney Swifts 17 August 2019: 12 overs, 0 maidens, 47 runs, 5 wickets
  • Brian George, First XI vs Westcott 20 July 2019: 5.4 overs, 1 maiden, 32 runs, 5 wickets
  • Darren Jones, Second XI vs Garsington and Cowley 6 July 2019: 12 overs, 3 maidens, 44 runs, 5 wickets

2018

Batting

  • Tohsif Manzoor vs East & West Hendred 2: 188
  • Luis Velasquez vs Wootton & Boars Hill: 140
  • Tim MacIntyre vs Oxenford: 132
  • Tom Stewart-Liberty v Marsh Gibbon: 120*
  • Darren Jones vs East & West Hendred 2: 117
  • Henry Wilman vs Swinbrook: 108
  • Ben Madden vs Wootton & Boars Hill 2: 101
 

Bowling

  • Barkat Ahmed vs Wootton & Boars Hill: 10.5 overs, 2 maidens, 31 runs, 5 wickets
  • Mohammed Shafqat vs Oxenford: 7 overs, 1 maiden, 28 runs, 5 wickets
  • Stuart Tofts vs Letcombe: 6 overs, 1 maiden, 23 runs, 5 wickets
  • Harry Turner vs Risinghurst II: 12 overs, 3 maidens, 34 runs, 6 wickets
  • Luke Murgatroyd vs Chesterton: 6.3 overs, 2 maidens, 28 runs, 5 wickets

2017

Batting

  • Richard Oliver vs Ducklington: 109
 

Bowling

  • Doug Holden vs Hailey West Witney: 10 overs, 1 maiden, 46 runs, 7 wickets
  • David Quinn vs Hook Norton II: 10 overs, 4 maidens, 11 runs, 6 wickets
  • Mohammed Shafqat vs Stonesfield: 10.3 overs, 1 maiden, 26 runs, 6 wickets
  • Rob Glenny vs Radley: 12 overs, 1 maiden, 37 runs, 7 wickets
  • Chris Potter vs Hailey West Witney: 6 overs, 0 maidens, 29 runs, 6 wickets
  • Alyn Davies vs Risinghurst II: 12 overs, 4 maidens, 26 runs, 5 wickets

2016

Bowling

  • Naseer Khan vs E&W Hendred II: 11 overs, 5 maidens, 17 runs, 7 wickets
  • Naseer Khan vs Shrivenham II: 9.3 overs, 3 maidens, 14 runs, 6 wickets
  • Rob Glenny vs Steventon: 12 overs, 4 maidens, 29 runs, 6 wickets

2015

Batting

  • Ed Wilman vs Wootton & Boars Hill: 163
 

Bowling

  • Robin Madden vs Fringford: 7.4 overs, 3 maidens, 17 runs, 6 wickets
  • Jason Elliott vs Hanborough II: 8 overs, 0 maidens, 23 runs, 6 wickets
  • Jon Campion vs Watlington: 7.5 overs, 1 maiden, 23 runs, 6 wickets
  • Jason Elliott vs Cowley Internationals II: 11 overs, 1 maiden, 42 runs, 6 wickets
  • Barkat Ahmed vs Tetsworth: 9 overs, 2 maidens, 42 runs, 6 wickets

2013

Batting

  • Jamie van Santen vs Garsington II: 139
  • Tim MacIntyre vs Swinbrook: 127
  • Jonathan Campion vs Deddington II: 120
  • Jonathan Campion vs Witney Swifts II: 119
  • Tim MacIntyre vs Garsington II: 105
  • Jamie van Santen vs Swinbrook: 101
  • Asif Amin vs Witney Swifts II: 100
 

Bowling

  • John Crystal vs Hailey: 10 overs, 2 maidens, 16 runs, 6 wickets
  • Brian George vs Deddington: 12 overs, 4 maidens, 21 runs, 6 wickets

2012

Batting

  • Jamie van Santen vs Risinghurst: 100
 

Bowling

  • Simon Burns vs SSJ Willows: 11 overs, 3 maidens, 17 runs, 6 wickets

2011

Batting

  • William Humphreys vs Kidlington II: 115
 

Bowling

  • Simon Burns vs Kilkenny: 9.4 overs, 1 maiden, 42 runs, 6 wickets

2010

Batting

  • Daniel Rawstrome vs Great Horwood II: 109
  • Tim Macintyre vs Westbury II: 100
 

Bowling

  • Simon Burns vs Stonesfield II: 12 overs, 4, maidens, 20 runs, 7 wickets
  • Wayne Thomas vs Garsington III: 11.2 overs, 1 maiden, 45 runs, 7 wickets
  • John Chrystal vs Cairns Fudge: 8 overs, 2 maidens, 30 runs, 6 wickets

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