Heyford batted first and made 308-9 off their 50 overs, Adam Linnell (140*) in an innings which included 11 fours and 8 sixes top-scored with an unbeaten century, Jacob Gilder (62) and Martyn Cory (62) both also made half-centuries with the bat for the home side, Cory and Gilder got the innings off to a good start by putting on 92 for the 1st wicket partnership. Jack Connelly (4-50) took four wickets with the ball for Geddington, there was also two wickets for Jamie Kay and one each for Bayes Day and Colin Judd for the visitors.
In reply, Geddington were All Out for 210 in 39.1 overs, Chris Harrison (81) top-scored with a half-century for the visitors, Day (48*) was also in the runs with the bat. Day and Connelly (16*) put on 73 for the 10th wicket partnership after being 137-9. Gilder (4-44) took four wickets with the ball for Heyford, there was also three wickets for Cory (3-34) and two for Nick Pont (2-66) for the home side.