Some senior reports

Published: Wednesday, 04 July 2018

1st team away to Middlesex Over 60s 1st Xl
Bucks recent poor run continued against League Leaders Middlesex on Tuesday.
Bucks struggled to 123 for 9 off 45 overs with only Keith Wallis (High Wycombe) troubling the bowlers with 40. Middlesex cruised to victory reaching 124 for 2. Denzil Owen ( Beaconsfield) with 2 – 26

2nd team home to Suffolk Over 60s 2nd Xl.
After a first victory of the season over Bedfordshire last week hopes were high for another victory over Suffolk. However yet again the batting failed to ignite and only Andy peacock 46 put up resistance against the Suffolk attack,
Suffolk struggled with the rate but eventually reached victory with an over to spare for the loss of 5 wickets finishing on 134 for 5.

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Bucks end season on a high

Published: Wednesday, 17 September 2014

A well known  football pundit once stated “you’ll win nothing with kids” but Bucks CCC have proved him wrong winning their last two Championship matches in style, with their youngest ever team.

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Season ends with Cumberland loss

Published: Wednesday, 04 September 2019

Bucks completed a disappointing Unicorns Counties Championship campaign by suffering a seven-wicket defeat against Cumberland at Tring Park on Tuesday.
The result means that Bucks will finish seventh in the Eastern Division table and so will now play in Eastern Division 2 in next season's restructured competition. They will be joined in the five-strong league by Cumberland, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Northumberland.

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Bucks lose out to Herts T20 semi

Published: Tuesday, 27 August 2019

A superb innings from Saif Zaib could not prevent Bucks bowing out in the semi-finals of the Unicorns Counties T20 competition at Wormsley on Sunday.

Bucks went into the finals day in confident mood, having won seven of their eight group matches, but lost by 12 runs to eventual champions Hertfordshire.
Winning the toss, Herts rattled up 180-8 from their 20 overs, led by Reece Hussain's 67 from 42 balls. Spinners Zaib (3-38) and Masoor Khan (2-27) were the pick of the Bucks attack.
This was a huge target for Bucks to chase, but thanks to Zaib they came very close.

The Northants all-rounder slammed 86 off just 48 balls with a six and 14 fours to give them a,chance. But losing three wickets in three balls on 164 ended their chances and they finished on 168-8.

Hertfordshire went on the lift the title with a one-sided nine-wicket win over Dorset in the final.

Bucks now turn their attentions this Sunday to their final three-day Championship match against Cumberland  at Tring Park.
The hosts need to win the match to stand any chance of making the top five in the Eastern Division table and secure a place in next season's Eastern Division 1 table, following a restructuring of the competition.

T20 Semi-final scorecard

T20 2019 batting averages

T20 2019 bowling averages

T20 2019 record partnerships


Loss at Norwich

Published: Wednesday, 21 August 2019

Bucks lost by two wickets to Norfolk in a tense Unicorns Counties Championship East Division game at Manor Park, Norwich on Tuesday, despite an excellent spell by High Wycombe left-arm spinner Conner Haddow.
In a low-scoring contest on a slow pitch, Bucks who were put in to bat, made 219 from 81.1 overs in their first innings thanks to 88 from opener Masoor Khan - the highest innings of the match.
Norfolk replied with 226-9 from 90 overs, Haddow taking 4-78 from 33 overs.
Second time around, Bucks slipped from 69-1 to 88-6 before Robin Pritchard's 37 lifted them to 169 all out.
Set 163 victory, Norfolk seemed tone struggling at 80-5, but eventually edged home on 163-8.
Haddow returned 5-55 for an impressive match haul of 9-133 from 55.5 overs.