Cornwall get home draw in quarter-finals
May 9, 2000
Holders Cornwall have landed a home draw against Oxfordshire in the Tetley's Bitter Centenary County Championship quarter-finals.
The ties, to be played next Saturday, also see last season's runners-up Gloucestershire with home advantage, against Devon, while Cheshire host Cumbria and Northumberland visit Yorkshire.
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