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MEMBERS NIGHT

So that's the 2017 season done and dusted! Not our best its true, but the battle for points we put up is a credit to the thin resources available this year.

Relegation for the Second Xl has to be welcomed in the resource context with matches regularly against other Second Xls next year likely to be more fruitful.

The fortunes of the Third Xl in 2018 will of course depend on who plays in which team, but if the 2017 nucleus is together again, a cracking season might well be on the cards.

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BRADLEY AWARD

The Craven & District League Prize winners for 2017 are to include presentation of the Mark Batty Fielding Award to Oakworth's Bradley Powell. He will receive the trophy at the forthcoming CDCL dinner. Fantastically well done Bradley, a true all-rounder...


MEMBERS NIGHT 23rd SEPTEMBER

Prize winners for 2017 were rewarded at the Oakworth Members Night. To see all the winners CLICK HERE


THIRDs FINISH IN STYLE, BUT HEPWORTH DOWN FIRSTs

A cold and windy West End final fixture for 2017  was again the battle of the Third Xls and this time the victory went to Oaks. Our young bowling attack excelled any performance hitherto with Ellis Marshall unbelievably opening with 6 maidens in a row! He ended with 4 for 9. Not far behind was the 'King of Swing' Ollie Bishop with 3 for 8. Lewis Brown picked up another, and a run out had 10-man Congs back in the hutch after 31 overs for just 62-9. It took just over 15 overs for our boys to knock off the runs with just 2 wickets down. Subhaan Ahmed once again mesmerised the batsmen, although wicket-less his 10 overs for 26 was hugely entertaining and mesmeric. A great performance behind the timbers from Bradley Powell was rewarded with 3 catches and a run-out.  Lewis Brown adapted well and led the riposte with 35no and though it was a season finale the after match celebrations were well deserved for the whole team, the teenagers ably supported this week by Michael Thompson, Paul 'catches pigeons' Carter , Steve Cox, Iestyn Jones, Keith Gilert and Andrew Stephens. So strong skipper Neil Bishop decided to drop himself despite being without talisman Jim Staton.


THOMMO TURNS THE TIDE

Another top bowling stint from Rick Cavender again went begging as the batting line up failed in a chase. Rick's 4-41 wasnt enough to stop Crossflatts rattling off 207 as our two spinners went for 120 runs, the team missing the pace of Ben Howell.  Nevertheless a good start from the top order with 88-2 coming off 58 from Joe Copperwaite and 48 from Drew Duffy also wasn't sufficient to chase down 208. Only no 10 Rick was also able to add double figures as Joe Lynch grabbed 7-46 for the 'Flatts.

The Second XI season of woe continued with a 9-man team totalling just 37 [Ollie Stell 19]. Opponents Foulridge lls had a field day with Muhammed Atique smashing 158 in a titanic 333-9.  Alan Fothergill was the pick of our attack with 3 wickets although taking the brunt with 87 conceded.

But the highlight of the day was second win for the Third Xl. A 9-man Gargrave team was held at 93-7 in their 45 overs. Ellis Marshall 2-14 and Mike Davison 2-6 giving them nowt.  But with the bat the trump card turned out to be occasional Michael Thompson. He turned back the clock and scored 63 not out with 6 fours and 4 sixes. In a match-winning partnership with Iestyn Jones [23] our 'lads' reached the target at 98-2 inside 22 overs!

27 Aug 17


SUTTON SUCCUMB

A terrific bowling and fielding performance by Oaks set up a convincing win over recent leaders Sutton. Speedy Ben Howell 3-15 and a now regular contributor James Lee 3-11 led a superb attack to have the Royd Hill boys all out for 96 in 33.5 overs. A best yet from 13 year old Bilaal Khan with 2-30 and Rick Cavender 2-29 complimented the other two bowlers only Dan Hanson troubled the bowlers with 33. The rock of the batting was Joel Gallagher with a solid 46 no which included 9 fours. Jordan Powell did his thing with 35 and a 6 wicket win was in the bag.

Steve Powell continued his fine form with 65 against Ingrow at Wide Lane, which also saw 4-54 from Tom Fothergill when Ingrow batted. In 127-9 total. Ollie Stell and Tom shone briefly but the star of the show was former junior Dan Scott who rattled up 97 from just 49 balls. in a first knock of 256-7 having been 4 for 2  at one stage.

The Third XI reluctantly conceded their second match of the season.

19 Aug 17


LAST BALL DECIDER

The appalling August weather continued and delayed the start to the Worth valley derby. When play got under way in a 32-over match Oaks were soon in trouble with the bowling of nemeses Damian and Jamie Rowell. Damian returned 5-18 and his brother 3-9 to keep us pegged at 101 all out. Ben Howell [23], Jordan Powell [25] and skipper Michael Scarborough [33] all made starts but fell when in full flow.

The bowlers did a magnificent job in controlling the Haworth reply but rock of Gibraltar Peter Gower remained at the crease for 43 to carry his team to the last over needing 4 runs.  With 3 balls left Oaks were still 1 ahead but a change to the field brought the scores level and despite a dot ball, the winning run was scrambled off the last ball.

The Second Xl took another thrashing at table-topping Wilsden, this week tallying 99 all out, skipper Steve Powell turning back the clock with 45. Only Ollie Stell and Tom Fothergill also reached double-figures. Earlier Wilsden had rattled up 259 led by Sam Holdsworth with 65.

The Third Xl struggled to contain Ingrow lls although Ollie, Lewis and Subhaan each again picked up a couple of scalps. Ingrow's 224-8 featured 59 from Tom Bradley and 50 from Richard Hanson. Our top innings was again our young Yorkshire star Lewis Brown with 30 and with Michael Thompson on 25 a good start was made. Sadly the innings fell away to just 68 all out [Ryan Higgs 5-24].


OAKS ROLLED OVER BY ROAD

Oaks returnee Jack Ellis top scored from number 8 as oaks were smashed out for just 69. Zahir Abbas claimed 7-21 to set up a 5 wicket win for the Baildon Bottom Boys.

The two clubs 2nd Xls met at Wide Lane and the visitors rattled up 213-8.  3-22 and 3-66 for junior Uwais Khan and Tom Fothergill were in the end insufficient to set up a win. The batting failed again with Bradley Powell 30 again our top scorer in the 82 all out.

The 3rd Xl were our top scorers with a sterling 112 chasing the 133 from Long Lee lls.  Veteran Jan Haider led the Long Lee innings with 52 but fine bowling from Ollie Bishop [3-26],  Ellis Marshall [2-14] and Henry Booth [2-27] kept the total reachable.  Ollie again put bat to ball with 20 with a solid 10 from Subhaan Ahmed, whose dad Khaliq opened with 19 before given out to a contentious catch. We ended on 112.


CUP HOLDERS CRUSHED

Oaks climb up the table continued in fine style with a crushing 61 run win at Beckfoot over Bingley Congs. Our batsmen struggled on the wicket with Ben Howell top scoring with 28 before lbw. But our bowlers really did the biz with James Lee grabbing 4-31. With 3 wickets each for Ben Howell and skipper Michael Scarborough, Congs were undone for just 58 runs, only import Sam Porter [25] making any impression.

Diminutive all-rounder Bradley Powell was a star with the bat with a tally of 31 runs in a depressed team total of 78-9. Glusburn had little difficulty in knocking off the runs with just 2 wickets down, both taken by the off-spin from Tom Fothergill.

The result at Silsden was a week to forget with an 8-man batting line-up scoring just 15-7. The good news was that the bowlers took 6 wickets from the league leaders. Subhaan Ahmed 2-42, Ollie Bishop 2-83 with 1 each for Josh Toner and Tony Seeley was though at the expense of 233 runs.

29th July


NARROWEST LOSS TO EMBSAY

A 57-run opening partnership at Shires Lane gave hope of a good total. Drew went on to 41 when Joel was out for 27 but thereafter things went rapidly downhill. From 84-2 Oaks tumbled to 107 all out in a collapse of England proportions. Our bowlers really earned their corn on a warm but cloudy day, junior Bilaal leading the pack with 3-22 in 10 smart overs. Jack and skipper Michael each also grabbed a brace but agonisingly after 33.3 overs Embsay reached 108-9. A vast improvement on the April fixture.

Sandy Lane, just 1 place above Oaks lls had a field day at Wide Lane, racking up 282-9,nonemmore that Mukhtar Shah who hit 117 from 105 balls [16x4, 3x6]. Opener Niall Saynor kicked off with 35 but only occasional-player Rob Wood offered much support with 20 and the tally subsided to  95 all out.

In low cloud Oaks lls mustered only 33 runs against an accurate if not pacy Skipton CI attack. No-one made double figures smiles stayed on faces for 19.1 overs. SCI knocked them off with 1 down in 16.3 overs.

15 July 17


OAKS AGAIN REACH 20-20 FINALS DAY

Friday Night 14th July was a great advert for 20-20 cricket as Oakworth ousted Crossflatts from the Keighley Cup 2000 competition to reach the Finals Day again at Keighley CC. Their stand-out heroes on the night were skipper Michael Scarborough and Jordan Powell in a superb team performance overhauling 158.


THIRDS BREAK DUCK AS 2NDs EMBARRASSED

Neil's Dads 7 Lads team finally came up trumps at sunny Cononley. The bowlers turned on their style  with 13 year old Subhaan Ahmed leading the charge with 4-25. This year's revelation Ellis Marshall grabbed 3-14 off 9.1 overs to put the pressure on the home side. Ollie, Lewis & Henry also picked up 1 apiece. Cononley stuttered to 109- all out and for the 2nd week we had a chance. And we took it in style! Khaliq Ahmed followed his son's lead and rattled up 72 not out and was ably assisted by our Yorkshire prospect Lewis Brown with 33 no. A 10 wicket hammering!!

Meanwhile at Long Lee the 2nd Xl gloom deepened with a similar hammering. Juniors Lucas Keslinke [10] and Bilaal Khan [7] did their best but the seniors failed to provide the expected support, Steve Powell making 9 and there was 7 extras. A day to forget for the 2nds as 38 all out allowed the Home side victory with 2 wicket down, also courtesy of a junior Uwais Ali Khan.


JOE, DREW, JACK & CAV ARE THE LADS BUT UNLUCKY 2nds

Oaks scramble up the First Division Table continues with a 74 run victory over bottom side Hepworth & Idle. The batting was again on song with another 248-9 which featured 81 no from Joe Copperwaite and 69 to Drew Duffy. The brave Hepworth response was stopped in its tracks with 4 wickets each for Rick Cavender & Jack Davison.

The 2nds were desperately unlucky not to get their first win of 2017, losing by just 3 runs at Cowling. Cowling made 177 after 44 from no 10 Amjid Hussain got to grips with our bowling, which was boosted by debutants Mohammed Ishtiaq [3-37] and Moin Ahsan [3-29]. Oaks tail also wagged through Steve, Lucas, Thommo & Uwais, adding 70 runs; only to fall for 174 all out

Bingley Congs proved the better of the two Third Xls. At 68-9 Congs were almost likely 1st victims for Oaks but a last wicket 52 stand pushed their tally up to 120. Oaks collapsed to 19-6 before a stand of 30 from Tony Seeley and Ellis Brown. Once they were out Oaks subsided to 59 all out. The bowlers again took the plaudits with 3-22 for Ellis Marshall and 3-33 for Subhaan Ahmed.

1st Jul 2017


LUCAS & BILAAL SHOW THE FUTURE AS JACK SHINES FOR 1sts

Leaders ISJ were on fine form racking up 259 at Wide Lane, Ronnie Chukununga with a ton. Oaks, missing talisman Ben Howell, chased hard with Jack Davison making a fine 82 with solid support all round to end at 207 all out.

In a difficult season for the 2nds, a glimmer of hope shone through at Street Lane as juniors Lucas Keslinke[57] and Bilaal Khan [50] reached their maiden fifties in a promising but losing 203-8 score. Other juniors Ollie Bishop & Uwais Khan each picked up a couple of wickets.

The 10-man Third Xl had a rough passage with Wilsden lls making 84 thanks to 25 from Iestyn Jones before losing by 10 wickets.

17 June 17


BOWLERS FLATTEN THE FLATTS

Last week  Ben Howell played a prominent part with the bat and this week his bowling skills shone through. His 5-39 was backed up by Rick Cavender with 3-20. The batsmen did what was needed with 33 in 17 balls from Jordan Powell with 19no to Jack Davison. Three wins in a row!!

The covers never came off at Wide Lane for the 2nds

At a very wet Gargrave the League's two bottom teams battled it out. Oakworth 3rds were indebted to a marvellous 36 from Ellis Marshall, aided and abetted by a resilient Keith Gilert. A bold effort from our young bowlers was thwarted by a generous gesture from skipper Neil, but Subhaan Ahmed and Lewis Brown each picked up a pair. Our 77 proved insufficient though as Gargrave scraped to 78-6.


THE BEN & JOE SHOW

Joe Copperwaite played a prominent part in holding up the Hepworth & Idle innings, which still reached 207-7 despite his 2 wickets, 2 catches & a run out! Our innings laid the stage for Ben Howell to show his undoubted batting class. 115 scintillating runs with 17 fours and 3 sixes was his fantastic contribution to Oaks 209-5 which came up in just 32.4 overs.  Ben's stunning display came off only 77 balls, strike-rate just under 150. Move over Jordan!!

4 June 17


467 RUN-FEST AS OAKS OVERHAUL SUTTON

A cracking strip paved the way for Sutton to rack up 232-8 despite 2 wickets each from Ben, James, Jack & Brannan. Their keeper Chris Williams top-scored with 43.  The victory came with great knocks from our openers Joel [34] & Drew [75] with solid support from Ben [44], Jack [32] and a typically swash-buckling Robert [32]. Ryan Ridehalgh did his bets to curtail our lads with 4-41.

The 2nd Xl fared no better than last week's 3rds at Ingrow, returning with a 9-wicket defeat. Matty Lee put in 34 and a sterling 17 from Bradley Powell featured strongly in our 102 all out. Aaaron Pearce 4-10 and former Oak Jake Hoyle [69] were the Ingrow stars, Bilaal Khan picking up our solitary wicket.

The much depleted 3rd Xl of Dads & Lads were soundly beaten by Bradley lls who tallied a hefty 269-5, led by opener Chris Kimberley. Subhaaan Ahmed bowled superbly picking up 3 wickets in his 10 overs. Great support from Lewis Brown 10 overs for just 26 runs and Ellis Brown 10 overs 1 -57  showed the youngsters determination to stick at the task. Lucas Keslinke [46] batted superbly before castled by speedster Edson Richmond.

3rd June 17


TORRENTIAL RAIN SHORTENS THE DAY

Old rivals Haworth gained a measure of revenge for their recent Cup loss to Oaks with a half-century from Damien Rowell taking them to 151 in 30 overs. Oaks ended 31 short, Ben Howell our best with 30.

At Wide Lane a much weakened 2nds were hammered by 220 runs by Wilsden [Chris Mitchell 141no] who racked up 260-5.

For an again-changed 3rds, Ingrow proved no happy hunting ground despite 15 from Ellis Marshall and 11 from Lewis Brown in our 72-9 and 5 terrific overs [5-1-10-0] from Ellis in a 9-wicket loss

27 May


25 OVERS SUITS THE ROAD WHILST DADS  SHOW LADS IN THIRDS

Rain stopped at 3:30pm and Oaks struggled to 70-8 in allotted 25 overs; Ziggy 4-18. Game fight back from bowlers [Ben 3, Cav 2] just fails with The Road on 73-7.

Seconds never made the field.

At Golden View an amazing batting performance from Oaks brought 166-8 and featured dads Andrew Stephens 75 and Iestyn Jones 35. Then our young bowlers took centre stage in snaffling 9 wickets, led by the inimitable Subhaan Ahmed 2-23 & Henry Booth 3-25.

21st May


24 HOURS MAKES A DIFFERENCE

After Saturday's result Oaks bounced back in unexpected style with a 6 wicket win over 2nd placed Haworth in the Wynn Cup 1st round. Cellar-man Harry Reynoldson led Haworth with 46 but triples for Jack Davison and Rick Cavender pegged Haworth at 159.  Jordan Powell blasted 69 from just 21 balls to lead Joel Gallagher & Ben Howell each on 36 and Oaks to 160-4 in only 21.3 overs.  Oaks will next meet Hepworth & Idle at home.

14th May


THREE LOSSES ON DARK DAY

Saturday 13th May was'nt Oaks best as the First Xl were humbled at home by Bingley Congs by 8 wkts.  Danny Pearson's 4-14 proved crucial as only Joel Gallagher with 36 really shone. Kiwi Sam Porter 64 led the Congs charge to the points in 26 overs.

Over at Glusburn it was worse as 62 all out presented little challenge to the home side who won by 10 wkts, 6 going to Mark Pickles. The Glusburn openers romped home in just 60 balls.

The Third Xl could not raise a full team.

13th May


HARRY SETS INJURY ASIDE TO DEBUT WITH SEVEN

Debut boy Harry Hollingsworth, a pre-match injury doubt, came up major trumps with a superb 7-62 [11 overs] to peg back Denholme to 203-9. His efforts were not lost on the batsmen as Joel Gallagher, still in fine form added 57 with Jack Davison also on 36, delivered the points with 7 overs in hand.

James Lee's batting goes from strength to strength, this week with 84 from a 158-9 in reply to a titanic 280-6 from Airedale who had Asad Ejaz on 101no. The wickets were shared by James, Uwais & Bradley.

The Third Xl continued their progress in batting with 161 all out, led by junior coach Andy Keslinke on 44. U-12 Lewis Brown this week shone with the bat scoring 28. Glusburn edged home by 5 wkts thanks to 81no & 4-18 from Alan Coney.

06 May 17


37-10 COLLAPSE REVERSES MATCH IN BLANK WEEKEND

Openers Joel Gallagher [42] and Drew Duffy [53] gave Oaks a 5runs/over start at 83-0 to set up a potentially hefty total. Until Scott Robinson & Elliot Stockton got in on the act when 10 wickets fell for just 37 runs to leave Oaks 120 all out. Josh Robinson [45] anchored the Embsay reply to 122-5 inside 30 overs. Rick Cavender again led the bowlers with 3-42.

Sandy Lane rattled up 213-7 despite Uwais Ali Khan grabbing 3-15. A later flurry by Bradley Powell [32], Ollie Stell [22] & Uwais [15no] carried Oaks lls to 150 all out after Joe Copperwaite [34] & James Lee [23] gave Oaks a fine start.

The young Third Xl tallied an improved 95 and whilst facing obviously stronger opponents who made 241-6, Ollie Bishop came away with a terrific 4 wickets. Harry Rowe & Lewis Brown also copped a scalp. With the bat no 9 Khaliq Ahmed chipped in 31no to add to the 16 from Harry Rowe.

29 Apr 17


RIDDLESDEN DEMOLISHED, NEW LOOK 3rds

For a second year Oakworth CC has had to rebuild and the First team proved still to be a force, taking out Riddlesden for just 47. Bowling heroes were frugal Rick Cavender with 4 for 16 from 12 miserly overs, backed up by twirler Jack Davison with 3 for 7. Nice 9 wicket win. Long Lee proved too strong for Oaks 2nds who had James Lee [34] again in fine form, with 2 wickets for promising 14 year old Bilaal Khan.

First match at HWE for Oakworth 3rdsThe Third team proudly bowled first at hilltop HWE and amazingly had Cononley lls at 9 for 5. Nick Staton [3-12] ripped out the top order to make way for some quality bowling from our clutch of fledgling Oaks. Top lad was Ellis Marshall with 2-15 [9 overs] just ahead of Lewis Brown [1-21]. Rohaan Jahangir, Harry Rowe and Ollie Bishop also picked up wickets. The batting couldn't match Cononley but Iestyn Jones chipped in a powerful 24no and was ably supported by Subhaan Ahmed with 13.

22 April 17

Team Last Match Next Match

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Hepworth & Idle [Lost]

 

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Cowling [Draw]  

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JUNIOR PRESENTATION NIGHT 8th SEPT

The Junior presentation night at clubhouse for U7,U9,U11 and U13s was a rip-roaring success with the clubhouse packed to the rafters. To see the list of winners and photos CLICK HERE


OAKWORTH SCHOOL - YORKSHIRE CHAMPIONS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oakworth School Year 6 youngsters are the all-Yorkshire Schools Cricket Champions.

Having won the Worth Valley, Keighley, Bradford & West Yorkshire competitions, they are now quite definitely the number ones in the County!

They School emerged top of the pile at Hunslet Nelson CC on Tuesday from a tournament involving 16 teams from around Yorkshire! The successful team included UAJCA players Jake Keslinke, James Powell, Elis Jones, Louis Stephens, Jacob Davies, Taylor Hawkins & Connor Smith [all Oakworth CC] and  Charlie Jackson [Cullingworth CC].

 


LEWIS & JAKE FOR COUNTY 'B'

Oakworth's James Powell sadly missed out on progress from the County trials on Sunday 18th June, following a difficult trial. Club-mates Jake Keslinke and Lewis Brown were both more fortunate, being selected for the County Development Squad.


DOUBLE OVER OXENHOPE WITH FIRST 25 FOR ELIS

An Oakworth u-13 total of 89-3 was built around 25 from skipper Subhaan's 25 despite feeling the effects of his fast. He was backed by a first ever retirement 25 for rapidly developing Elis Jones.  The Oxenhope knock was curtailed at 41-8 with 2 wickets each for James, Subhaan and Jacob. 


CROSFLATTS EAGLES u-9s OUTSCORE SHARKS

The opening under-9 match brought Crossflatts Eagles to Wide Lane. Sharks tallied a modest 41 but lost just 3 wickets which was encouraging. Top scorer was Oliver Thompson with 4. Our bowlers struggled to contain the Crossflatts batsmen who responded with 67-2,led by Harry Hinchcliffe with 9. The pick of our bowlers were Tom Raby and Joe Powell.


LOSS TO STEETON u15s OFFSET BY JOY AT WICKETS

Lucas Keslinke [36] &Bilaal Khan [35] were our stalwarts at Steeton in a 113-6 reply to a Steeton 129-5. For Bradley Powell there was the pleasure of taking the wicket of Harry Hollingsworth whilst Uwais Khan also grabbed that  of Corey Green, both OCC products. No points but a great effort against the reigning u15 Champions.


STEETON u11s OVERCOME BY 65 RUNS

Jake Keslinke [27], James Powell [21] and Tom Rowell [15] led a great batting performance against Steeton to rack up 106-4. Earlier with the ball u-9 Tom Raby grabbed 3 wickets and with 2 each for Elis and Tom Rowell, the Sharks nicked out 12 Steeton batsmen, their team tally restricted at 41-12.


Cup exit to Settle in the gloom

Brad Powell 26 and Bilaal Khan 32 gave the u15s a great Cup-tie start chasing 108, but wickets began to tumble. Bad light affected Oaks innings and Zak Gleave took 3 wickets to seal a 4-run win for Settle to progress to meet GHC at home.


 
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