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Banbury give leaders a scare before going down

Banbury entertain Hampstead & Westminster on Saturday looking to build on their performance at the South Clubs Women’s Hockey League leaders.

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Dedigout can give Colliver a timely boost at Wetherby

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Wantage Town's Ryan Markham scores from the penalty spot against Brackley Town Saints. Photo:

Saints leave pointless after giving high fliers late scare

Despite a spirited comeback, Brackley Town Saints came away from high-flying Wantage Town without anything to show for their efforts.

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Banbury Bulls' Kallum Dixey lends his support at Old Centralians. Photo: Simon Grieve

Goode full of praise for his battling boys in conditions

Head coach Matt Goode has said all along that strength in depth will be the key to his side’s success this season.

Andrew Stidder hit the winner for Easington Sports

Stidder on mark to book Sports’ spot

A solitary goal from the returning Andrew Stidder booked Easington Sports their place in the next round of the Bluefin Sport Challenge Cup.

Banbury Bulls get to grips with Old Centralians. Photo: Simon Grieve

Brady puts Bulls on way to 12th straight success

Banbury Bulls finally overcame Old Centralians - and the elements - to extend their winning run to 12 games.

Brackley Town's Lee Ndlovu and Aaron Williams look on as Wealdstone keeper Jonathan North gets to the ball first

FA Trophy: Wilkin happy to gain a slim advantage

Brackley Town boss Kevin Wilkin was happy to gain the advantage, no matter how slim, to take to Wealdstone for next weekend’s Buildbase FA Trophy semi-final second-leg.

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Brackley Town top scorer Aaron Williams and Wealdstone keeper Jonathan North go for a cross

FA Trophy: Gudger’s late winner gives Saints the advantage

It’s advantage Brackley Town going into next week’s Buildbase FA Trophy semi-final second-leg at Wealdstone.

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Brackley Town manager Kevin Wilkin

Glory beckons as Saints get set for their biggest game

If they can maintain their unbeaten home record then Brackley Town can take a big step to Wembley.

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Shutt Ridley RT riders George Day and Kieran Munday hit the deck NNL-180313-091826002

Mahoney thwarted by Pucci despite his final lap sprint

Shutt Ridley Race Team’s Ash Mahoney just missed out on a win in Saturday’s Equipe Velo MK Bowl race.

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Banbury United midfielder Jack Finch got another 90 minutes under his belt against Farnborough

Boss backs Finch to make an impact despite setbacks

Banbury United boss Mike Ford reckons Jack Finch could get himself back into the full-time game – if he can get enough football under his belt.

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Chipping Norton trainer Charlie Longsdon

Pendra flies the flag for Longsdon at Cheltenham

Pendra will carry Chipping Norton trainer Charlie Longsdon’s hopes at the Cheltenham Festival today (Thursday).

Banbury United manager Mike Ford

Ford sets target as Puritans prepare for their final push

Banbury United boss Mike Ford has set his players their target for the run-in.

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Midnight Jazz produced another gutsy run at the Cheltenham Festival

Jazz signs off with another good run at Cheltenham

Edgcote trainer Ben Case saw Midnight Jazz produce another gutsy performance in her final Cheltenham Festival appearance.


Festival: Monalee can land an exciting RSA Chase

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Brackley Town's Shepherd Murombedzi hit the winner at Gainsborough Trinity. Photo: Will Grantham

Murombedzi hits winner to keep Saints rolling on

Shep Murombedzi hit the winner as Brackley Town made it four straight Vanarama National League North wins, coming from behind to beat Gainsborough Trinity on Tuesday.

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Western Diva and Claire Hardwick on their way to winning the KBRC Members Conditions Race at Kingston Blount. Photo: Photo: Neale Blackburn

Dabinett Moon provides Hardwick with a double

Claire Hardwick completed a double at Saturday’s Kingston Blount Racing Club point-to-point meeting.

Mistercobar and Sam Lee on their way to winning the Young Horse Maiden Race at Kingston Blount. Photo: Neale Blackburn

Hutsby enjoys a change of fortune

Wellesbourne trainer Fred Hutsby saw Mistercobar and Wilco give him his first winners of the season with Sam Lee riding a first career double in the opening two races at Saturday’s Kingston Blount Racing Club point-to-point meeting.

Banbury's Natasha Nunneley and Trojans' Hannah Lea battle for possession

Banbury hovering close to drop zone despite success

It’s looking tight for Banbury to stay outside the South Clubs Women’s Hockey League relegation zone.

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Banbury's Louis Harris battles for possession with Blackheath & Eltham's Ethan Faulds

Banbury let it slip ahead of a trip to the leaders

At 1.15pm on Saturday, Banbury were sitting pretty in the South Premier League promotion race.

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