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One week to go before Banbury’s NBWA’s Mind Games wrestling event

Banbury’s New Breed Wrestling Association (NBWA) have a new venue and star names at next weekends Mind Games show.

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Carole Galletly
helped Banbury Central Ladies
into last four

Campion clinches final wood victory

Banbury Central are through to the last four of the OWBA Fours.

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John Bone was part of Banbury Central's sole winning rink which clinched victory at Headington

Pickering clinches narrow victory for Banbury Central

Banbury Central B won 78-77 at Headington B in division three of the Oxford & District Bowls League.

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Jerry Goater paddles to third place at Wokingham

Bayliss is on top form as Banbury take second

Banbury & District Canoe Club came second in the Under-12 competition and third equal in the senior competition at the Thames Valley Hasler race.

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Top female cyclists race through Banburyshire this week

Top female cyclists race through Banburyshire this week

Elite sport will be coming to Banburyshire on Friday, June 9 with the arrival of the Women’s Tour cycle race.

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Jon Simpkins took the honours in Banbury Star's time trial

Leason gets pipped by Simpkins in showdown

The first clash of the season at Banbury Star’s weekly TT series between the two regular winners saw Jon Simpkins beat Billy Leason by just 45 seconds on a fast ten mile course. It should have been even closer but Leason lost valuable seconds after missing a turn while Simpkins recorded 21 minutes 44 seconds.

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John Stephens
 suffered a heavy defeat as Bloxham lost against Oxford City & County

Heavy defeat proves costly as Bloxham slip up again

Bloxham suffered their second Oxon Bowls League defeat despite winning on two rinks.

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Nicola Juniper crosses the line first in Sunday's race

Fitzek and Juniper take the honours in ideal conditions

Gregory Fitzek and Nicola Juniper took the honours in Sunday’s Banbury Star Cyclists Club’s annual road races.

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Quick is hoping to be just that in Star’s major event

Stuart Quick will be looking to impress in Sunday’s annual Banbury Star Cyclists’ Club road races in which there is a capacity field for both the men’s and women’s races.

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Annelies Flack was the highest placed senior female paddler in division four K1

Goater’s hard work pays off as he win in the opener

Banbury & District Canoe Club came third in the first Southern Region Hasler race of 2017.

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Caitlin Dubber, from Julie Bruce Dance Academy, alongside Erin Kurze, has landed a part in Beauty and the Beast with the Midland Theatre Ballet. NNL-170205-161327001

Roles in Beauty and the Beast for young Banbury dancers

Two young girls from the Julie Bruce Dance Academy, in Banbury have landed parts in Beauty and the Beast at the Midland Theatre Ballet, in Birmingham.

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Clive Hopkins helped Banbury Borough to victory against Banbury Chestnuts

Borough win the battle in the park

Banbury Borough beat Banbury Chestnuts 93-80 in their midweek club fixture.

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Richard Jennings went close to breaking the Banbury Star CC record

Jennings and Patience go close to the club record

Richard Jennings and Suzy Patience both made their first appearance of the season at Banbury Star’s weekly time trial and came away winning the men’s and women’s competition by comfortable margins.

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Banbury & District canoe Club's Robin Avery won over three distances

Avery leads the way as Banbury find more success

Banbury & District Canoe Club paddlers proved age is no barrier to national success at the National Watersports Centre, with seven aiming for Master’s National titles.

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Banbury Harrier Rebecca Scott took second place in the opening fixture

Rowett completes double as Harriers make strong start

Alfie Rowett completed the double as Banbury Harriers made a strong start to their Midland Track & Field Athletics campaign.

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Shutt Velo Rapides Phil OConnor climbs the hills on his way to second place

O’Connor times it just right to gain a late podium place

Phil O’Connor made the long trip to Kilmarnock to compete in the Tour of Ayrshire worthwhile.

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June Bone helped her rink to victory but Banbury Central lost their opening fixture

Miles leads Bloxham into next round

Bloxham beat South Oxford 77-54 in the first round of the Oxon Bowls Association League Cup.

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Banbury Hockey Club celebrate their cup triumph

Yates and Lamb shine as the holders retain their crown

Louis Yates hit the winning penalty-shuffle as Banbury retained the England Hockey Men’s Second XI Cup.

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Helo�se Hardie is the new British Under-18 champion. Photo: Harish Chavda www.dingleimages.com

Hardie caps great week with crown

Heloïse Hardie followed up her bronze at the recent British Senior Fencing Championships to secure the British Under-18 Foil Champion title at the weekend.

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Helo�se Hardie took bronze at the Senior British Fencing Championships. Photo: Harish Chavda www.dingleimages.com

Hardie has her sights set on the Olympics

Heloïse Hardie is celebrating after winning a bronze medal in the Senior British Fencing Championships at the weekend.

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