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! ! 4ONY (ONOR§ A WORLDRENOWNED FORMER LAW
PROFESSOR HAD DENIED A CHARGE OF DANGEROUS
DRIVING BUT WAS FOUND GUILTY IN HIS ABSENCE
AT /XFORD -AGISTRATESÔ #OURT ON &RIDAY
4HE COURT HEARD THE NONAGENARIAN WAS
DRIVING HIS BLACK 0EUGEOT TOWARDS THE
CITY CENTRE AT ABOUT AM ON &EBRUARY LAST YEAR WHEN HE CAME TO A PELICAN CROSSING
OUTSIDE 4HE 4ATTOOED (ARE
4HE TRAFãC LIGHTS TURNED TO RED BUT (ONOR§
CONTINUED DRIVING Ñ SEEMINGLY OBLIVIOUS TO
THE FACT THAT NINEYEAR OLD 2AGNAR #ADOGAN
HAD JUST STEPPED OUT FOLLOWED BY HIS MOTHER
*ACQUELINE AND TWO SIBLINGS
$RAMATIC FOOTAGE PLAYED TO THE COURT
SHOWED 2AGNAR äYING HIGH INTO THE AIR HIT
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UED TO DRIVE AT JUST UNDER MPH
LEAVING THE PRONE BODY OF 2AGNAR
IN HIS WAKE BEFORE EVENTUALLY
COMING TO A STOP
-IRACULOUSLY THE COURT HEARD
THE NINEYEAROLD DID NOT SUSTAIN
SERIOUS INJURIES AND WENT ON TO
MAKE A FULL RECOVERY
7HEN OFãCERS LATER ARRIVED AND
QUIZZED (ONOR§ HE FAILED A ROAD
SIDE EYESIGHT TEST
&INDING HIM GUILTY OF DANGEROUS
DRIVING $ISTRICT *UDGE -ALCOLM
$ODDS SAID Ö4HERE IS NO DISPUTE
THAT A RED LIGHT WAS CLEARLY DIS
PLAYED AND THERE IS NO DISPUTE THAT
THERE ARE PEDESTRIANS CROSSING ON
A RED LIGHT
Ö4HE ACCIDENT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF
4HAT IS POWERFUL EVIDENCE OF DAN
GEROUS DRIVING BECAUSE HOW ON
EARTH COULD A REASONABLE COMPE
TENT AND CAREFUL DRIVER TRAVELLING
DOWN "OTLEY 2OAD NOT BE REALLY
OBVIOUSLY AWARE OF A PEDESTRIAN
CROSSING PEDESTRIANS ON THE CROSS
ING AND THE RED LIGHT
Ö4HIS ISNÔT A CASE OF ÓOOPS OH
DEARÔ USING THE BRAKES AND COM
ING TO A STOP HE CARRIES ON FOR
QUITE A PERIOD OF TIME IN WHAT AP
PEARS TO BE A STATE OF OBLIVION AS TO
WHAT IS GOING ON
" . . *! ! ".4 "+ ). !) "!
Ö4HAT IS INCREDIBLY POWERFUL EVI
DENCE TO A DRIVER FALLING WELL BELOW
THE STANDARD OF WHAT IS EXPECTED
OF A CAREFUL AND COMPETENT DRIVER×
%YEWITNESS ACCOUNTS FROM THE
SCENE WERE ALSO READ OUT TO THE
COURT DESCRIBING THE UNFOLDING
DRAMA AFTER 2AGNAR WAS HIT
/NE PASSERBY NAMED AS #ARY
#OOK RECALLED THE SECONDS BEFORE
THE CRASH AND SAID Ö) REALISED IN
STANTLY ;THE 0EUGEOT= WAS NOT SLOW
ING DOWN TO STOP
Ö(E WAS NOT SPEEDING JUST DRIV
ING STRAIGHT ON AS IF HE HAD NOT NO
TICED THERE WAS A PEDESTRIAN CROSS
ING
Ö) REMEMBER SEEING ;THE BOYÔS=
LEGS GO UP IN THE AIR HE LANDED ON
THE FRONT OF THE CAR THE CAR DIDNÔT
STOP AT THAT POINT×
4HE BOYÔS MOTHER *ACQUELINE
SAID Ö(E WAS EXTREMELY UPSET
AT THE TIME OF THE ACCIDENT AND
THOUGHT HE WAS HAVING AN EX
TREMELY BAD DREAM
Ö(E KEPT SAYING Ó) WANT TO WAKE
UPÔ Ñ WE WERE BOTH IN A STATE OF
SHOCK×
4HE ACCIDENT CLOSED "OTLEY 2OAD
COMPLETELY WHILE POLICE WERE AT
THE SCENE CAUSING MAJOR CITYWIDE
GRIDLOCK
!FTER THE JUDGEMENT HAD BEEN
HANDED DOWN THE COURT WENT ON TO
HEAR OF THE PREVIOUS ÓEXEMPLARYÔ
GOOD CHARACTER OF (ONOR§ WHO IS
A WELLKNOWN 3ECOND 7ORLD 7AR
HERO AND /XFORD 5NIVERSITY PRO
FESSOR
(ONOR§ IS ALSO AN HONORARY 1#
WHO CONTRIBUTED TO THE SETTING UP
OF A NEW #ONSTITUTIONAL #OURT
IN 3OUTH !FRICA WHERE HE WAS
BROUGHT UP IN (E HAS HON
ORARY DEGREES FROM THE 5NIVERSI
TIES OF 3OUTH !FRICA 3TELLENBOSCH
AND #APE 4OWN AND HAS HAD THREE
BOOKS PUBLISHED ON HIS WORK
)N MITIGATION HIS DEFENCE COUN
SEL SAID THAT THE INCIDENT HAD BEEN
ÓTHE WORST THING THAT HAPPENED TO
HIM IN HIS LIFEÔ AND HAD TAKEN A
HEAVY TOLL
*UDGE $ODDS ADDED Ö(E SAID THIS
WAS WORSE THAN THE INJURY HE SUF
FERED IN THE WAR ;DURING THE BATTLE
OF %L !LAMEIN =
Ö4HERE ARENÔT MANY PEOPLE LEFT
WHO FOUGHT IN THE 3ECOND 7ORLD
7AR AND ) SUSPECT HE IS ONE OF THE
VERY FEW SURVIVORS OF THAT BATTLE
Ö4HE ACCIDENT WAS TERRIBLY TRAU
MATIC FOR ;2AGNARÔS MOTHER= AND
THE ONLY GOOD THING IS THAT 2AGNAR
SUFFERED MIRACULOUSLY FEW INJU
RIES×
$ESPITE (ONOR§ DENYING THE
CHARGE OF DANGEROUS DRIVING AF
TER THE VERDICT 2AGNARÔS PARENTS
SAID THAT ÓJUSTICE HAD BEEN DONEÔ
AND SAID THEY WISHED THE PROFES
SOR WELL
(ONOR§ WAS ãNED b AND MUST
PAY COURT COSTS OF b AS WELL
AS A VICTIM SURCHARGE OF b (E
WAS BANNED FROM DRIVING FOR MONTHS
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+
!
3OME FANS EXPLORED
THE FESTIVAL AT THE %XAMINA
TIONS 3CHOOLS IN (IGH 3TREET
"UT COSTUMED CHARACTERS
ALSO SPILLED OUT IN THE CITY
CENTRE POSING FOR PICTURES
WITH PASSERSBY ON ANOTHER
GLORIOUS DAY
/NE OF THE EVENTÔS ORGANIS
ERS ,EO $AVIDSON SAID Ö)TÔS
BEEN ABSOLUTELY AMAZING ITÔS
FAR SURPASSED EVERY PREVIOUS
YEAR WE HAVE DONE THIS
Ö7E HAVE HAD A LOT OF RE
TURNING PEOPLE Ñ BOTH EXHIBI
TORS AND TICKET HOLDERS Ñ AND
SOME NEW VISITORS TOO
Ö7E HAVE HAD NEARLY THROUGH THE DOORS WHICH IS
INCREDIBLE WHEN WE STARTED
WE THOUGHT IT WOULD BE ABOUT
PEOPLE×
3TAR 7ARS ACTRESS !RTI
3HAH WHO WORKED AS A MO
TION CAPTURE DOUBLE FOR THE
CHARACTER -AZ +ANATA IN
WAS ON HAND TO SIGN AU
TOGRAPHS AND CHAT WITH FANS
3HE SAID Ö)T WAS MY ãRST
TIME COMING TO /XFORD #OM
IC #ON AND ITÔS BEEN FANTASTIC
Ñ )ÔVE MET LOTS OF WONDERFUL
PEOPLE
Ö4HERE HAS BEEN A LOT OF
INTEREST AND PLENTY OF QUES
TIONS ABOUT PLAYING MY CHAR
ACTER AND HOW IT ALL WORKED×
4HE FT MODEL AND MOTI
VATIONAL SPEAKER SAID SHE
ãLMED THE #') CHARACTERÔS
SCENES A SECOND TIME AFTER
VOICE AND FACE ACTOR ,UPITA
.YONGÔO HAD PLAYED HER PART
3HE SAID Ö** !BRAMS ;THE
DIRECTOR= DECIDED THAT BE
CAUSE -AZ IS MEANT TO BE
YEARS OLD WE WOULD
WEAR A WEIGHT SO SHE WALKED
AROUND WITH A LIMP
Ö4HE CHARACTER IS THE SAME
HEIGHT AS ME SO ) WAS ABLE
TO ADVISE ON HOW SHE MIGHT
MOVE AROUND Ñ IT WAS CHAL
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(E AND HIS COLLEAGUE *OHN SAID THEIR EXHIBIT WAS CALLED
4HE ,ONDONER WHO WAS
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ÓWHAT IF THEY HAD ALL BEEN
ALSO A CREATURE AND DROID
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WOMENÔ AND FOCUSED ON AR
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EVENT AND SPENT TIME WITH
GREAT Ñ THE PEOPLE VISITING WORN BY ACTRESS -ILLA *OVO
FANS FOR THE ENTIRE DAY
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4HE BIMONTHLY BEHINDCLOSED
DOORS MEETINGS WILL SEE A SMALL
CONTINGENT OF THE (/3# Ñ THE GROUP
TASKED WITH HOLDING /XFORDSHIREÔS
HEALTH BODIES TO ACCOUNT Ñ GATHER
WITH THE #LINICAL #OMMISSIONING
'ROUP THE BODY TASKED WITH COM
MISSIONING HEALTH SERVICES
/NLY WHAT ARE DEEMED TO BE ÓSUB
STANTIALÔ CHANGES TO SERVICES WOULD
BE REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC (/3#
MEETINGS FOR FULL SCRUTINY BY THE
NEW GROUP
3PEAKING AT A MEETING ON 4HURS
DAY ONE MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC
URGED MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE
TO REJECT THE MOTION
3HE SAID Ö$ONÔT THROW AWAY OUR
ONLY REAL VOICE TO QUESTION AND TO
SCRUTINISE CHANGE THROUGH THIS DIS
RUPTIVE PROTOCOL AND BEHIND CLOSED
DOORS NONDEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE×
"
#
! " "
"
$ $
!!" $ 4HE NEWLYFORMED (/3# 0LAN
NING 'ROUP WILL GATHER TWICE A
MONTH TO DISCUSS HEALTH MATTERS
AND UPCOMING ÓDEVELOPMENTSÔ TO
HEALTH AND CARE SERVICES
(OWEVER OPPONENTS HAVE REACT
ED WITH ANGER AT THE NEWS SAYING
THE MOVE WOULD PREVENT THE PUB
LIC FROM HAVING A VOICE AND COULD
JEOPARDISE THE INDEPENDENCE OF
THE SCRUTINY COMMITTEE
(OWEVER (/3# CHAIRMAN !R
ASH &ATEMIAN ARGUED THE PLANNING
GROUP WOULD ALLOW DEVELOPMENTS
TO BE DISCUSSED MORE INFORMALLY
AND AT SHORTER NOTICE WHILE CLAIM
ING NO DECISIONS ON CHANGES TO
HEALTH SERVICES WOULD BE MADE
(E ALSO SAID THE DECISION ON WHAT
CONSTITUTED AS ÓSUBSTANTIALÔ WOULD
BE LEFT DOWN TO THE (/3# MEMBERS
4HE MOVE COMES AFTER A 'OVERN
MENTORDERED REVIEW INTO THE CLO
SURE OF $EER 0ARK -EDICAL #ENTRE
IN 7ITNEY
4HE CLOSURE IN LEFT THOU
SANDS OF 7EST /XFORDSHIRE RESI
DENTS WITHOUT A '0 NEARBY
#OUNCILLOR ,AURA 0RICE AGREED
THAT CHANGES TO THE WAY (/3# OP
ERATED NEEDED TO BE MADE AFTER THE
COMMITTEE WAS GIVEN LITTLE TIME TO
AFFECT THE DECISION ON $EER 0ARK
"
(OWEVER SHE ADDED Ö) DONÔT SEE
ANY PROBLEMS WITH US BEING RADI
CAL AND SAYING THESE ARE WELL AT
TENDED PUBLIC MEETINGS PEOPLE
TAKE A LOT INTEREST AND WE SHOULD
OPEN THE DOORS×
4HE MOTION WAS PASSED BY A MA
JORITY OF EIGHT TO THREE
'6'.%!$)')3#0&5/
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-ORE THAN RUNNERS
POUNDED THE STREETS OF THE
CAPITAL IN TEMPERATURES AS
HIGH AS #
%ILEEN .AUGHTON Ñ ONE OF
THE COUNTYÔS ãRST ãNISHERS Ñ
SAID SHE WAS PLEASED JUST TO
ãNISH SAFELY AFTER SEEING OTH
ER RUNNERS COLLAPSING
4HE YEAROLD FROM $IDCOT
COMPLETED HER TH ,ONDON
-ARATHON IN THREE HOURS MINUTES
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EST ONE )ÔVE DONE BECAUSE OF
THE HEAT
Ö) HAD A TIME IN MIND THAT
) WANTED TO BEAT BUT ) STARTED
TO SEE OTHER PEOPLE COLLAPSING
AND FALLING OVER Ñ )ÔM NOT DIS
APPOINTED )ÔM JUST GLAD ) ãN
ISHED SAFELY×
(ER EFFORTS RAISED b FOR
CHILDRENÔS CHARITY 2OSIEÔS
2AINBOW &UND WHICH RUNS
MUSIC THERAPY SESSIONS FOR
SICK CHILDREN AT THE *OHN
2ADCLIFFE (OSPITAL
)N HER PREVIOUS MARA
THONS SHE RAISED MORE THAN
b FOR THE #HILDREN WITH
#ANCER CHARITY
-S .AUGHTON REVEALED SHE
GOT A MIDMARATHON BOOST AF
TER BUMPING INTO 3IR -O &A
RAH WHO ENDED UP BREAKING
THE "RITISH RECORD AND ãNISH
ING THIRD
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ALLY FAST RUNNERS WERE GOING
PAST IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION
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Ö! HUGE CHEER WENT UP AND
) PRETENDED IT WAS FOR ME TO
SPUR ME ON Ñ IT WAS GREAT TO
SEE HIM AND GAVE ME A REAL
BOOST
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ING TO BREAK RECORDS AT THE
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SUPPORTED ME×
)F RUNNING THE FULL DISTANCE
IN YESTERDAYÔS INTENSE HEAT
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YEAROLD 3HAUN 3COTT COM
PLETED THE MARATHON WITH A
KG BIKE ON HIS BACK
4HE #HURCHILL (OSPITAL DOC
TOR WAS RAISING MONEY FOR
4HE &IRE &IGHTERS #HARITY
AFTER BEING TOUCHED BY THEIR
BRAVERY FOLLOWING THE 'REN
FELL ãRE LAST YEAR
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HARD GOING A LONG GRUELLING
DAY
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WHOLE MILES AND IT WAS
WORTH IT TO RAISE MONEY FOR
4HE &IRE &IGHTERS #HARITY×
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ROCIOUS AND SLOWED ME DOWN
FOR THE ãRST COUPLE OF HOURS
Ö4HE EMERGENCY SERVICES
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)N ONE OF HER ãRST MAJOR ACTS AS
LEADER OF /XFORD #ITY #OUNCIL
3USAN "ROWN HAS CALLED FOR MORE
LAND TO BE TAKEN OUT OF THE 'REEN
"ELT AND PLANS TO TURN TO NEIGH
BOURING COUNCILS FOR HELP AS THE
HOUSING CRISIS DEEPENS
.ATIONAL PLANNING POLICY STATES
THE PROTECTED LAND CAN BE BUILT
ON IN ÓEXCEPTIONAL CIRCUMSTANCESÔ
AND THE ,ABOUR LEADER SAID SHE
WANTS TO MAKE MORE OF THAT PAR
TICULAR CLAUSE AND LOOK AT ALLOCAT
ING NEW LAND AS 'REEN "ELT BY WAY
OF COMPENSATION
4HE MOVE COULD UNLOCK A RAFT
OF SITES PREVIOUSLY MOOTED SUCH
AS PLANS FOR HOMES AT 7ICK
&ARM ADJOINING "ARTON 0ARK AND
HOMES SOUTH OF 'RENOBLE
2OAD WHICH IS CURRENTLY BEING
BLOCKED BY 3OUTH /XFORDSHIRE $IS
TRICT #OUNCIL
,ARGE SWATHES OF THE 'REEN "ELT
NORTH OF /XFORD ARE ALREADY PRO
POSED FOR HOMES AROUND +I
DLINGTON
"UT CAMPAIGNERS SAID ASSERTIONS
THAT /XFORD DID NOT HAVE ANY SPACE
FOR MORE HOUSING WERE WRONG AND
SUGGESTED IT BUILDS AT A SIMILAR
DENSITY TO CITIES SUCH AS "ARCE
LONA
)N A MOTION TO BE PUT TO THE FULL
COUNCIL NEXT WEEK -S "ROWN SAID
THE CRISIS WAS AFFECTING PEOPLE
FROM ALL WALKS OF SOCIETY
3HE SAID Ö/XFORD IS IN THE MIDST
OF A HOUSING CRISIS AFFECTING ALL
SECTIONS OF OUR CITY
Ö&ROM PEOPLE WHO GREW UP HERE
BUT CANNOT AFFORD TO LIVE HERE ANY
MORE FAMILIES SPANNING SEVERAL
GENERATIONS FORCED TO LIVE IN ONE
HOUSE BECAUSE GROWNUP CHIL
DREN CANNOT AFFORD TO MOVE OUT
THROUGH TO THOSE WHO NEED TO
MOVE ON FROM HOSTEL PROVISION BUT
CAN ãND NOWHERE TO MOVE TO AND
THOSE WHO END UP SLEEPING ON THE
STREETS .OTWITHSTANDING THE CITYÔS
DETERMINATION TO FREE UP LAND FOR
DEVELOPMENT THERE IS NO ABILITY
TO BUILD ENOUGH DWELLINGS TO MEET
OUR HOUSING NEEDS WITHIN THE
CITYÔS BOUNDARIES
Ö4HEREFORE SUSTAINABLE URBAN
EXTENSIONS WITH A GOOD PROPOR
TION OF GENUINELY AFFORDABLE HOUS
ING AND NOMINATION RIGHTS FOR THE
CITY COUNCIL ARE A NECESSARY PART
OF THE SOLUTION×
4HE MOTION ASKED COUNCIL TO EN
COURAGE NEIGHBOURING COUNCILS FOR
SUPPORT AND FEED HER VIEWS INTO RE
GIONAL PLANNING ARRANGEMENTS
"UT THE #AMPAIGN TO 0ROTECT 2U
RAL %NGLAND #02% SAID THE CITY
HAD ÓRECKLESSLYÔ INCREASED EMPLOY
MENT AND COMMUTING OVER THE
PAST DECADE INSTEAD OF HOUSING ITS
PEOPLE AND URGED IT TO BUILD AT A
GREATER DENSITY WITHIN ITS BOUNDA
RIES
4RUSTEE OF ITS /XFORDSHIRE
BRANCH -ICHAEL 4YCE SAID Ö)T IS
PLAIN WRONG TO SAY THE CITY DOES
NOT HAVE THE SPACE TO ACCOMMO
DATE ITS HOUSING NEED
Ö4HE FACT IS THAT IF IT STOPPED
RESERVING LAND FOR YET MORE DE
VELOPMENT AND USED IT INSTEAD TO
BUILD HOUSES NOW AND IF IT BUILT AT
DENSITIES APPROPRIATE TO CITIES IT
COULD THEN ACCOMMODATE ITS HOUS
ING NEED
4HE CITY COUNCIL AND ALL DIS
TRICT COUNCILS IN /XFORDSHIRE ARE
CURRENTLY COMPILING THEIR ,OCAL
0LANS WHICH WILL OUTLINE SITES
FOR DEVELOPMENT OVER THE NEXT YEARS
4IM ,UND FROM /XFORD 9IMBY
WHICH STANDS FOR ÓYES IN MY BACK
YARDÔ ALSO BACKED GREATER DENSITY
(E SAID -RS "ROWNÔS CALLS TO
WORK WITH NEIGHBOURING COUNCILS
IS ÓTHE SAME OLD SAME OLDÔ
(E ADDED Ö&OR SERIOUS JOINT SPA
TIAL PLANNING WITH ITS NEIGHBOURS
WHICH WILL OF COURSE INVOLVE SOME
BUILDING ON THE 'REEN "ELT /XFORD
#ITY #OUNCIL MUST ALSO DEVELOP
LONG TERM PLANS FOR DENSIãCATION×
,IBERAL $EMOCRAT LEADER FOR /X
FORD !NDREW 'ANT ATTACKED ,A
BOURÔS RECORD ON HOUSING BUT SUP
PORTED A REVIEW OF THE 'REEN "ELT
TO ãND ADDITIONAL LAND SUITABLE FOR
HOUSING
(E SAID Ö4HEY HAVE A DELIBERATE
POLICY OF STOPPING HOUSING DEVEL
OPMENT ON MANY POTENTIAL SITES
ROUND THE CITY AND HAVE CONSIST
ENTLY FAILED TO MEET THEIR OWN TAR
GETS FOR HOUSEBUILDING IN THE CITY
AND OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN PAR
TICULAR×
(E ADDED Ö2ATHER THAN FOCUSING
ON NEIGHBOURING COUNCILS WHICH
ARE BUILDING FAR MORE HOMES THAN
THE CITY IS THE CITY COUNCIL SHOULD
CONCENTRATE ON PUTTING ITS OWN
HOUSE IN ORDER ãRST
Ö/XFORD COULD AND SHOULD BUILD
FAR MORE HOMES AND OF A MUCH BET
TER MIX OF TENURE×
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ARMED WITH PLACARDS AND
BANNERS GATHERED IN %YNSH
AM ON 3ATURDAY FOR A MORN
ING MARCH ALONG THE !
4HE GROUP BRAVED THE BLIS
TERING HEAT TO TAKE THEIR
STAND AGAINST /XFORDSHIRE
'ROWTH "OARDÔS RECENT AN
NOUNCEMENT THAT IT WANTS TO
BUILD HOMES IN THE AREA
/NE OF THE PROTEST GROUPÔS
ORGANISERS %YNSHAM RESI
DENT !NGIE 4ITCHEN SAID
THE MARCH WAS ONLY THE BE
GINNING
3HE SAID Ö7E HAVE TRIED THE
TRADITIONAL ROADS WE HAVE
TRIED TO WORK WITH 7EST /X
FORDSHIRE $ISTRICT #OUNCIL
BUT WHY DO WE BOTHER 4HEY
JUST DONÔT LISTEN TO US
Ö7E WANT PLANS NOT JAMS
CREATIVE VISIONARY PLANS
FROM OUR LOCAL GOVERNMENT
AND WE WANT THEM NOW
Ö7E ARE PLANNING äASH
MOBS VIGILS Ñ PEOPLE ARE GO
ING TO COME OUT WITH THEIR
BANNERS AND WE ARE NOT GIV
ING UP
Ö4HIS IS THE BEGINNING
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH×
4HE GROUP Ñ NAMED THE
%YNSHAM 0LANNING )MPROVE
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MENT #AMPAIGN ;%0)#= Ñ HAS
LONG RAISED ITS OBJECTIONS TO
THE COUNCIL AND 'OVERNMENT
BACKED PLANS FOR A HOME ÓGARDEN VILLAGEÔ NEAR
%YNSHAM
4HE GROUP HAS WARNED THAT
ALONGSIDE OTHER EARMARKED
SITES IN THE AREA %YNSHAM
WILL BE FACED WITH EXTRA
HOMES AN AMOUNT IT CLAIMS
IS TOO MUCH FOR ANY VILLAGE
)T ALSO CLAIMS THAT THE NEW
HOMES WILL ADD SOME EX
TRA CARS TO LOCAL ROADS INCLUD
ING THE ALREADY BUSY !
.IGEL 0EARCE SAID THE GROUP
WASNÔT ANTIDEVELOPMENT BUT
SAID THE PLANS WERE NOT SUS
TAINABLE
(E SAID Ö7E SUPPORT THE
DEVELOPMENT OF AFFORDABLE
LOCAL AND SUSTAINABLE HOUS
ING IN OUR AREA
Ö"UT WE DO NOT SUPPORT DE
VELOPMENT DESIGNED TO EN
RICH LANDOWNERS AND DEVEL
OPERS WHILE DESTROYING OUR
COUNTRYSIDE
BIODIVERSITY
AND HERITAGE ASSETS AND CAUS
ING EVEN MORE UNACCEPTABLE
AIR POLLUTION×
0REVIOUSLY *EFF (AINE THE
CABINET MEMBER FOR PLANNING
AT 7EST /XFORDSHIRE $ISTRICT
#OUNCIL DEFENDED THE PLANS
(E SAID THE 'OVERNMENT
BACKING FOR THE HOUSING
SCHEME WOULD ALLOW THE
COUNCIL TO ACCESS FUNDS TO
IMPROVE TRANSPORT LINKS IN
CLUDING THE ! AS WELL AS
PROVIDE ÓMUCHNEEDED NEW
HOMESÔ
,AST MONTH A bM SCHEME
TO UPGRADE THE ! AHEAD OF
THE PROPOSED GARDEN VILLAGE
DEVELOPMENT WAS SELECTED BY
THE 'OVERNMENT FOR FURTHER
ASSESSMENT
4HE FUNDING WOULD BE IN
ADDITION TO THE bM HOUS
ING AND GROWTH DEAL WHICH
COMMITS THE WHOLE OF /X
FORDSHIRE TO BUILDING HOMES BY !CCORDING TO /XFORDSHIRE
'ROWTH "OARD THE PROPOSED
UPGRADE PACKAGE FOR THE !
TO COPE WITH THE INäUX OF
NEW HOMES WOULD HELP TO
ÓENABLE THE DEVELOPMENT OF
NEW LIVING AND EMPLOYMENT
AREAS USING SUSTAINABLE DE
SIGN PRINCIPLES INCLUDING
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7ARSI HAS SAID THE 'OVERNMENT
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BERS WE WERE WEDDED TO UNREALIS
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TUDE ) THINK OF INDIFFERENCE×
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THE APOLOGY OVER THE 7INDRUSH
SCANDAL AND HOPED THERE WOULD
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RIC WHICH HAD DOGGED THE DEBATE
AROUND IMMIGRATION FOR SO LONG
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(EADINGTON &ESTIVAL WILL BE
HOSTED ON *UNE AND THIS YEAR
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BRINGING THOUSANDS OF RESIDENTS
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&ESTIVALGOERS WILL BE ABLE TO
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ACROSS THE COUNTY
3ATURDAYÔS VISITORS WILL BE
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FESTIVALÔS EXTENDED MARKET
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MIX AT THE FAMILYFRIENDLY EVENT
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FESTIVAL ORGANISERS (EADINGTON
!CTION SAID A BIG CHANGE AT THIS
YEARÔS EVENT WOULD BE A COLLABO
RATION WITH 3CIENCE /XFORD
4HE EDUCATIONAL CHARITY WILL
BE RUNNING A WILDLIFE PHOTOGRA
PHY COMPETITION IN CONJUNCTION
WITH THIS YEARÔS FESTIVAL ENTI
TLED Ó7ILDLIFE IN YOUR NEIGHBOUR
HOODÔ
4HE COMPETITION WILL BE OPEN
TO PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS IN THE
NEXT MONTH AND THE ãNALISTS AND
WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED BY A
PANEL OF JUDGES ON THE ãNAL DAY
OF THE FESTIVAL
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COME TO ENTER THE EVENT WITH PIC
TURES OF ANYTHING FROM WORMS TO
LANDSCAPES
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BEEN ORGANISED FOR THE PAST YEARS BY MEMBERS OF (EADING
TON !CTION A VOLUNTARY CHARITY
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MONTHÔS EVENT
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The 130-pupil school near
Bicester relishes its small village
setting, but still encourages
children to dream big.
Headteacher Iain Horner said:
“We are proud of our small
school status, but offer as many
opportunities as we can so they
have a wide-ranging education.
“There is definitely a
community feel and parents are
very supportive – we have a very
active association that fundraises
extensively for the school.”
Fundraisers have paid for
ICT equipment and interactive
whiteboards for the classrooms,
which sit inside the picturesque
Victorian building.
School life centres on six
values suggested by pupils:
respect, compassion, resilience,
generosity, integrity and
humility.
Sport is a particular focus
for the school, which has a
successful girls’ football team
coached by Mr Horner.
He said: “We are really keen
on sport and we take part
in a huge number of local
partnership events.
“We punch above our weig
for the size of our school in
taking on bigger schools.
“We make sure girls are
encouraged to take part and
nothing is out of reach for the
Mr Horner spoke passionate
about the importance of a go
education early in life.
He said: “That’s why we do
what we do.
“We feel we have got the
children for seven of the mos
important years of their lives.
“If we can give them all thos
opportunities and a broad
curriculum exposing them to
different things ready for
secondary school, they
will hit the ground
running.”
Mr Horner said
although SATs are
important, schools
should be about
finding the ‘right
balance’ and not
focus solely on
academic skills.
The school has
a variety of student
councils including an
UN hats and summer
sports kits populated
the playground at
Chesterton CE Primary
School as last week’s mini
heatwave hit.
AHOY: Pupils from Maple class on their pirate ship
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FOCUS: A pupil practises his underarm throw during a PE lesson
COLOURFUL: Pippa Evans, five, gets creative with helper Charlotte Crotty
RELAXING: Ruby Blackman, five, soaks up the sunshine in the outside play area
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eco-council, which last week
joined the head on a trip to the
garden centre, to find plants to
put in hanging baskets.
Pupils can get involved with
an active choir group, which
has sung at venues including St
Edburg’s Church in Bicester.
Chesterton is also partnered
with a school in South Africa,
and some staff members flew
over to visit in October.
Pupils are taught by six
teachers and five teaching
assistants, who Mr Horner hailed
as a vital part of the team.
Children are split into four
different ‘houses’, each named
after historical village figures
such as the school’s founder.
SHARING: Pupils Bella Williams, five, and Imogen Rossiter, four, play together on the outdoor toys; left, headteacher Iain Horner
WELCOMING: Mosaic at the school entrance
ACTION: PE teacher Jack Mort
Pictures: Ed Nix
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DOUBLE CROSSWORD
You have 10 minutes to find as many words as
possible using the letters in the wheel. Each
must use the hub letter and at least 3 others.
Letters may be used only once. You cannot use
plurals, foreign words or proper nouns. There is
at least one 9-letter word to be found.
S
Down
Across
7. Tricked by putting
woodcutter’s tool in
bricklayer’s carrier (6)
8. It’s tedious using a
drill (6)
10. Quarrel because
of radio-active
contamination? (4,3)
1. Pack in preparation for
deal (7)
2. Not passing fathead who
is sickly (7)
3. Bad spirit among nude
monks (5)
4. Put in a quandary - could
perhaps be... (7)
5. ...a thousand Americans
less (5)
6. Conform again in age (5)
9. Steady lad wanted to look
after horses (6-3)
14. Stripes won’t go away (7)
11. Make father avail himself 15. Zealot caught out in a
of a break (5)
fact (7)
12. One part of a golfing
16. Half the brides have very
chain? (4)
small fortune (7)
13. The sailor is not at
19. Correct political wing? (5)
home, but is around (5)
20. Woo where love may not
exist after the service? (5)
17. A number observed,
21. Fix a bit of kindling (5)
about five (5)
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QUICK CLUES
Across
7. Allowance (6)
8. Waver (6)
10. Vegetable (7)
11. Creek (5)
12. Calm (4)
13. Inclined (5)
17. Name (5)
18. Headland (4)
22. Bolt (5)
23. Number (7)
24. Emphasise (6)
25. Gain (6)
Down
1. Lame (7)
2. Astound (7)
3. Circular (5)
4. Prominent (7)
5. Yet (5)
6. Banal (5)
9. Attractive (9)
14. Far (7)
15. Frighten (7)
16. Separate (7)
19. Wide (5)
20. Expel (5)
21. Spruce (5)
1
14
2
15
3
4
16
17
18
6
19
7
20
9
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8
N
21
22
10
23
11
24
12
25
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NINER
Each number from 1 to 9 represents a different letter. Solve the clues and insert
the letters in the appropriate squares to discover a word which uses all nine
letters.
THE CLUES
957183 gives an entertainer;
123548 gives a clergyman;
4356788 gives a novice.
2
3
4
I
6
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C A
SPIRAL
Starting from 1, fill in the grid clockwise with
four-letter words. The last letter of each word
becomes the first letter of the next to reveal the
seven-letter key word in the shaded boxes.
1
2
7
8
9
3
9
10
14
15
8
11
4
16
7
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
12
6
Lion’s cry
Inclined surface
Ode
Encounter
Streetcar
Is obliged to
Melt
Moderately hot
5
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Castle surround
Roman garment
Slightly open
Moneyed
Group of cattle
Entrance
Flightless bird
Vertex
Keyword clue: A Welsh town
Saturday’s solutions
DOUBLE CROSSWORD:
Cryptic: Across: 1
Admit; 4 Look out; 8
Hosanna; 9 Paper;
10 Rods; 11 Ill-spent;
13 Away; 14 Ants;
16 Nutshell; 17 Halo;
20 Iliad; 21 Playpen;
22 Steeple; 23 Stair.
Down: 1 As hard as
nails; 2 Mused; 3 Tone;
4 Liable; 5 Opposing;
6 Oppress; 7 Turn the
corner; 12 Washed up;
13 Astride; 15 Elapse;
18 Alpha; 19 Laps.
Quick: Across: 1 Padre;
4 Descend; 8 Illness;
9 Class; 10 Aver; 11
Creation; 13 Easy;
14 Else; 16 Reporter;
17 Able; 20 Plain; 21
Ailment; 22 Content;
23 Naked. Down: 1
Philanthropic; 2 Delve;
3 Ever; 4 Desert; 5
Sociable; 6 Examine;
7 Disinterested; 12
Estrange; 13 Explain;
15 Depart; 18 Bleak;
19 Flan.
WORD WHEEL:
CABINETRY.
5
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Codeword is the crossword puzzle with no clues. The number in each square
corresponds to a letter. Work out the words in the grid using the letters provided.
Fill in these known letters first, then use skill and judgement to work out the others.
1
A
How you rate:
15, average; 20, good;
25, very good; 30 or more, excellent.
CODEWORD
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WORD WHEEL
18. Check him: the game’s
up! (4)
22. Clubs that allow the golfer
no freedom? (5)
23. Survive since no one uses
the exit later (7)
24. Announcing arrival of
youth leader is unsound
doctrine (6)
25. Movement to put first part
of play on (6)
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CODEWORD: 1=Q, 2=W,
3=C, 4=Y, 5=I, 6=Z,
7=X, 8=P, 9=B, 10=F,
11=G, 12=V, 13=E,
14=U, 15=S, 16=R,
17=D, 18=H, 19=O,
20=N, 21=M, 22=T,
23=J, 24=K, 25=A,
26=L.
NINER:
DEPARTING
WORD SPIRAL: 1 Brag; 2
Grip; 3 Puma; 4 Atom; 5
Mesh; 6 Hush; 7 Hiss; 8
Sell; 9 Lead; 10 Dull; 11
Liar; 12 Road; 13 Dupe;
14 Emir; 15 Ruin; 16
Neat. Keyword: Spatula.
SUDOKU
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Memory Lane
JOHN CHIPPERFIELD’S
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Cottages saved
from bulldozers
LITTLE is left of the old St Ebbe’s in
Oxford after wholesale demolition
half a century ago.
But there remains one little oasis
in the midst of new development –
three 17th-century cottages.
They were saved after Oxford
Preservation Trust stepped in to
buy them as an inquiry into their
proposed demolition began.
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Cinema had an
amazing mural
TODAY, it is a Tesco supermarket,
but for many years, it served
villagers of Kidlington as a cinema.
The Sterling, which opened in
1938 and closed in 1977, was
unspectacular from the outside, but
had a special feature inside.
Disney fan Paul Raymer spent
months painting a ceiling with
popular Disney characters.
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Your Letters
OCCASION: A happy gathering for young people at New Marston County Primary School in Copse Lane, Headington, Oxford, in the early 1950s. But what were they celebrating?
Was this gathering to mark
coronation of the Queen?
T
HESE young people came
together to celebrate, but what
was the occasion?
Was it a school gathering, a
community event or something that
was happening nationally or even
internationally?
The picture comes from Memory
Lane reader Robin Clanfield, who
writes: “I wonder if any of your readers
can remember what this photograph
was taken for.
“The children are all from Marsh
Lane, Brookfield Crescent, Colterne
Close, Copse Lane and the lower part
CLUES: Mystery surrounds the reason why
these people were celebrating in the 1950s
of Headley Way in Oxford.
“It was taken in the early 1950s at
New Marston County Primary School
in Copse Lane.
“I’m at the top, fourth left of the tall
blonde girl who I think was Marion
Gould.”
The clue may be in the vague date he
has given – thousands of parties were
held in schools, streets, playgrounds
and halls to mark the Queen’s
Coronation on June 2, 1953.
Was this the occasion young people
living on the border of New Marston
and Headington marked the crowning
of our new Queen?
Some of the girls have ribbons in
their hair, there seem to be plenty of
party dresses on show and the event,
whatever it was, attracted youngsters
of all ages.
We’re sure that this community
would have been as keen to celebrate
this historic occasion as any others in
the city.
If not the Coronation, perhaps
the community was marking an
occasion of its own. Or perhaps it was
something the school was putting on.
The school was only a few years
old at that time, having opened in the
winter term of 1949.
Can anyone tell us what everyone
was celebrating? And how many of the
partygoers can we name?
They show
Scouts and
Cubs marching
through Catte
Street
Set for a life on
the ocean wave
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memories
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CAMPAIGN: James Curl, chairman of Oxford City Society, with campaigners outside the three cottages in Charles Street, St Ebbe’s, during a pilgrimage of Oxford’s long-lost and
threatened ancient buildings in 1970; above, the three homes pictured in the 1970s and today
T
HERE were many regrets
when the demolition
companies moved into
St Ebbe’s in Oxford to start
clearing hundreds of homes.
The mass clearance meant
families who had lived there for
decades were forced to uproot
and move to other parts of the
city.
Many were elderly and had
become part of the fabric of St
Ebbe’s, where community spirit
was second to none.
But as demolition began
to advance, a campaign was
launched to save at least a small
part of this historic part of the
city.
Three 17th century cottages at
8-10 Charles Street, later renamed
Turn Again Lane, had been
earmarked to be knocked down.
The city council voted in
1970 to allow demolition, but
conservationists had other ideas.
They pointed out that they were
grade two listed buildings and
argued they should be retained.
Because of the homes’ historic
importance, the council had
to seek the approval of the
Ministry of Housing and Local
Government, which ordered a
public inquiry.
On the first day of the inquiry,
Oxford Preservation Trust
surprised everyone by announcing
that it was willing to buy the
cottages for £8,500 and carry
out repairs estimated at between
£9,000 and £10,000.
Oxford solicitor Mr R B ‘Bunny’
Cole, chairman of the trust’s
executive committee, told the
inquiry that the decision to buy
had been taken the previous
night.
The trust was supported in its
I deplore the
erosion of the
remaining
early domestic
architecture.
Oxford has so little
left
campaign to save the cottages by
Oxford Civic Society.
Earlier, the Civic Society chairman,
architect James Curl, had led a
pilgrimage of 30 conservationists
around the streets looking at what
the city had already lost and what it
must not lose in the future.
The bid to keep the Charles Street
terrace received strong support from
an historian of urban development,
Mrs E M Knowles, of Iffley.
In a letter to the Oxford Mail, she
wrote: “I had hoped that cultured
and informed opinion might prevail
over the narrow commercialism
which appears to dominate the
council in its deliberations.
“I deplore the erosion of
the remaining early domestic
architecture. Oxford has so little
left.”
It was reported at the time that
the cottages would cost £20,000 to
restore, but that a developer had
offered £26,500 if he could demolish
them.
Oxford Preservation Trust
completed the purchase in 1971 and
four years later, after renovation,
the homes received a Civic Trust
European architectural heritage
award.
Today, they stand as a reminder,
amid the new Westgate Centre and
other buildings around, of what St
Ebbe’s once looked like.
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LOOKING BACK AT THE STERLING MOVIE HOUSE
Oh what a feeling...a host of
Disney on the cinema ceiling
F
ROM the outside, it looked an
ordinary building, but it had a
special feature inside.
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OXS
MOVIE MAGIC: The Disney ceiling created by artist Paul Raymer in the bar at the Sterling cinema, Kidlington; below, manager Cyril
Hawken and his wife Kathleen, who also worked at the cinema, reflect on its closure in December 1977; the Sterling cinema in High Street,
Kidlington, a site now occupied by a Tesco supermarket
Call 0330 160 7730
We kept the
ceiling covered
while the work
was going on
and got a lot of
comments from
customers about
having a leaking
roof
BEST LARGE ESCORTED
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QUOTE
The Sterling cinema in High Street,
Kidlington, boasted a superb painted
ceiling with some of the best-loved
Disney characters.
It was the work of Disney fan Paul
Raymer, who spent six months of his
spare time and holidays creating the
mural in the cinema bar.
The bar reopened in 1972 as the
Disney Lounge during a week when
the cinema was showing a double
Disney programme – Sleeping Beauty
and Treasure Island.
Mr Raymer, of Brasenose Drive,
Kidlington, who worked as a salesman
and painted in his spare time, drafted
the mural from a small sketch. He
improvised as he went on and painted
it in emulsion.
Cinema projectionist John Gilman
said at the time: “We kept the ceiling
covered while the work was going
on and got a lot of comments from
customers about having a leaking roof.
“They were amazed when the covers
came off and several of them did not
believe it was painted.”
Mr Gilman persuaded Mr Raymer
to take on the project after it was
decided the ceiling looked too blank
painted white.
We were reminded of the special
ceiling by Memory Lane reader
and former Oxford Mail colleague
Andrew Bossom, of St Mary’s Close,
Kidlington.
The cinema, on the site now
occupied by Tesco, opened in
October 1938 and closed in
December 1977.
It was owned throughout by
Lawrence Huddleston, who also ran
the Palace cinema at Witney.
Manager Cyril Hawken was also
long serving, joining on Boxing Day
1939, 14 months after the Sterling
opened, and staying until the end.
According to Kidlington Historical
Society, the opening ceremony was
held in a field opposite the cinema,
where the fire headquarters and St
John Ambulance are now based.
The society’s History of High Street
booklet records: “The cinema had
730 seats in stalls and circle. When
it opened, it had a cafe open to the
public.
“In the early days and during the
war, it was well supported. On
Saturday afternoons, there was a train
from Woodstock which arrived at
Kidlington in good time for the show.”
The Sterling’s closure was put down
to competition from TV, soaring costs,
lack of films and lack of public interest.
The final film shown on New Year’s
Eve 1977, The People that Time Forgot,
was watched by about 100 people, a
much bigger audience than usual.
These holidays are organised
& operated by Newmarket
Holidays Ltd. ABTA V7812.
Subject to availability. Single
supplements apply. Standard
phone
charges.
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Write to: John Chipperfield, Memory Lane, Oxford Mail, Osney Mead,
Oxford OX2 0EJ, or send an email to memory.lane@oxfordmail.co.uk
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LOOKING
BACK. . .
YEARS
10 AGO
p MORE than 100 belly dancers from
across the country came together to
wiggle their hips at the annual Oxford
Belly Dance Bonanza at Oxford School
in Glanville Road.
Parade
shots
found
I ENCLOSE three
pictures of a St
George’s Day parade
in Oxford, which your
readers may find
interesting.
I found them in my
late husband David’s
belongings. They
show Scouts and
Cubs marching
through Catte Street,
alongside the Mitre.
If your readers
recognise anyone in
the pictures and
would like them, they
are welcome to have
them. Contact
Memory Lane –
details are at the top
of the page.
CATRIONA
MANNERS
Oxford
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p EIGHT Oxfordshire lock-keepers and
their families will be forced to find new
homes after the Environment Agency
announced plans to sell or rent out their
properties.
YEARS
20 AGO
p HOSPITAL staff in Oxfordshire may
have leave cancelled over the
Millennium - people could be injured if
cars and planes fail as microchips crash
with the change of date.
p A BURGLAR was caught by police
after he left behind a sick note with his
name and address on it at a house he
raided in Croft Road, New Marston,
Oxford.
YEARS
30 AGO
p OXFORD has the biggest rates rise in
England – the 88.2 per cent increase
agreed by the city council is the highest
out of more than 400 local authorities.
FLASHBACK: Scouts and Cubs take part in a St George’s Day parade through Catte Street, Oxford
Name these young cricketers
p VILLAGES throughout Oxfordshire
are angry at British Telecom’s
‘Commando-style’ tactics in replacing
traditional red telephone boxes with
stainless steel kiosks.
YEARS
40 AGO
p A CALL to Oxfordshire County
Council to step in and stop staggering
cuts in bus services has been made by
Oxford Labour Party.
LINE-UP: Southfield School under-15 cricket team in 1954. Back row, left to
right: Dave Errington, Tony Ayton, Roy Styles, Nick Bond, Eric Harrington, ?
Woods, Malcolm Phipps; Front row: Colin Rosser, Jim Lodge, Trevor Rawle, Clive
Pearce, Lyn Summers
THIS picture of the cricket
team of the 1954 under-15s
at Southfield School, Oxford
(Memory Lane, March 12), was
kindly sent to me by a cousin
from Wolvercote.
I attended the school in
Glanville Road, East Oxford,
from September 1948 to
July 1953. I recognise David
Errington who, like me, was
from Botley, and Colin Rosser.
Colin was the brother of Tony
Rosser, who was in the year
above with me.
GRAHAM WREN
Ross-on-Wye
Herefordshire
WE HAVE arranged another
reunion of former students at
Oxford Technical School at The
Hub, Horspath, Oxford OX33
1RP, on Tuesday, May 15, from
2-4.30pm.
We will meet for tea, coffee and
cakes and would welcome any
former students. Please spread
the word to others and encourage
them to join us.
The afternoon is free. Items for
a raffle would be welcome. Bring
along any memorabilia you may
have.
There is parking at the village
hall/cricket ground (OX33 1RT)
on the left before entering the
village from the Oxford ring road.
The Hub is about 75 yards on
the left.
For catering purposes, if you
are coming, please call me on
01865 361441, Peter James on
01865 881284, Robin Hewson on
01869 331361, Christine Harris
(nee Warland) on 01865 862434
or email Christine Ravenscroft
(née Ludlow) at cravenscroft111@
gmail.com
Reunion for technical school
NORMAN BEECH
Oxford Road, Garsington
p FARINGDON is to have its longawaited bypass, and the Government
will foot the entire £1.7m cost of building
it.
YEARS
50 AGO
p ELECTRONIC horns and illuminated
signs will be installed to warn bus drivers
approaching Oxford Station bridge,
which is too low for a sixth of the city’s
bus fleet.
p COCO the clown will again be
spending his summer holiday in a
caravan at Tackley and has promised to
appear at the village roast festival.
YEARS
60 AGO
p OXFORD butchers have not yet been
affected by a strike of London meat
traders, but a possible result is that
supplies of cheaper meat may reach the
city.
p THE Chief Constable of Oxford,
Clement Burrows, has written to all clubs
in the city warning that the use of fruit
machines on their premises is illegal.
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KINGHAM
challenge – celebrating their school’s centenary by sailing
across the Atlantic in a 33ft sloop, Dodo’s Delight, owned by the
school chaplain, the Rev Bob Shepton. He is pictured in 1985
explaining a few knots to, left to right, Roger Hughes, Nigel
Bartlett, Christian Symes, Andrew Roe and Stephen Moon. Did
they complete the voyage?
It’s all aboard the minibus
THERE was a feeling of achievement
when this minibus arrived at
Chalgrove in 1995.
Headteacher Lesley Williams is
pictured with some of her primary
school pupils who helped raise
money for it.
The vehicle was to be shared by
the school and the village Scout
troop.
THIS was the day that the first section
of a 12-mile circular walk around
Banbury opened.
The two-mile towpath walk alongside
the Oxford Canal took in the old
industrial heart of the town.
Cherwell District Council chairman Tony
Tallents is pictured pointing out the route
in 1989.
Further stretches of the walk were
planned by Cherwell District Council,
the Countryside Commission and British
Waterways.
p THE
village
post
office was
continuing
to serve
customers,
but a
change of
personnel
was
imminent.
Val Harris
was
retiring
as postmistress in
1999 and
preparing
to hand
over to
Jane
Barker.
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Circular walk
alongside canal
THE CHANGING FACE OF
p BOYS from Kingham Hill School were planning their biggest
OXFORD MAIL
Rewards for
weathervane
Boys win netball trophy
USUALLY it was the girls who
excelled at netball but, this time,
it was the boys who brought
home the trophy.
Adam Hayle, captain at
Marston Middle School in
Oxford, led his team to victory
in a tournament against other
schools in 1991.
The champions were, left to
right, Tom Lee, William Peddie,
Matthew Bradford, all 12, and
Adam Hayle, Colin Edwards and
David Emsden, all 13.
THE Tesco superstore at Abingdon
was presented with a weathervane
created by pupils at Matthew Arnold
School, Cumnor.
Cheque out this donation
p CHILDREN attending a week of activities at a school holiday
club were staging a play and were keen for their efforts to
be recorded for posterity. Teacher Ralph Mann is pictured
explaining the intricacies of the tape recording machine in 1969.
WITNEY Community Hospital
received a cheque for £4,891 to
buy a special bath with hydraulic
hoists, ideal for frail and elderly
patients. The money came from the
Witney Town Hall Charity, which
donated rents it received from
property to good causes.
Town mayor Andrew Carter is
pictured handing the cheque to
members of the hospital’s League
of Friends in 1989.
The 14-year-olds were winners of a
competition organised by Tesco, the
Vale of White Horse District Council and
superstore contractors Kyle Stewart in
1982.
Tesco director Daisy Hyams is pictured
handing over a £150 cheque at the official
unveiling to pupils David Bark and Kay
Wood.
The steel weathervane featuring the
Tesco and Vale of White Horse emblems
was designed and built by pupils with
staff help.
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SILENCE is golden – and
imperative for survival – in
John Krasinski’s nerveshredding horror thriller
about a family battling
against sightless otherworldly
creatures, which hunt by
sound. A single sneeze or
cough could be fatal, and the
lean, propulsive script takes
sadistic delight in prickling our
discomfort until we’re ready
to scream on the characters’
behalf. It’s impossible not to
be held in a vice-like grip by
the characters’ white-knuckle
ordeal.
Stage
OXFORD
Burton Taylor Studio,
Beaumont Street, Oxford:
May 1-5, Octopus. An anarchic
new comedy about Brexit,
bureaucracy, and the power of
punk. 7.30pm. £6. No Market for
Old Men. A wry look at the clash
between past and present, young
and old. 9.30pm. £6. May 8-12,
The Lonesome West. 7.30pm. £6.
May 8-12, Like A Virgin. 9.30pm.
£6. 01865 305305.
The Bullingdon, 162 Cowley
Road, Oxford: Apr 28, Geoff
Norcott, Rob Deering, Nick Doody
and Pat Cahill. Glee comedy.
7.15pm. £16, £10 (student). May
5, Booby Mair and Elliott Steel.
Glee comedy. 7.15pm. £16, £10
(student). May 12, Tom taylor,
Anthony J Brown and Kevin
McCarthy. Glee comedy. 7.15pm.
£16, £10 (student). 0871 472
0400.
Oxford Playhouse,
Beaumont Street, Oxford: Apr
24-28, Périclès, De Tyr. 7.30pm.
One of Shakespeare’s strangest
and most heartrending plays. Tue
to Sat eves: 7:30pm, Fri: 8pm, Sat
mat: 2.30pm. £10-£30. May 2-5,
Travesties. By Tom Stoppard. Wed,
Thu & Sat eves: 7.30pm, Fri: 8pm,
Thu & Sat mats: 2.30pm. £10
to £20. May 8-12, A Streetcar
Named Desire. Various times. £10£30. 01865 305305.
Old Fire Station, 40 George
Street, Oxford: Apr 26, Tez
Ilyas: Teztify. 8pm. £12/£10.
Apr 27-28, Wonderland High
the Musical. 7.30pm. £12 & £15.
May 1, Half The World Away. A
nostalgia trip of a comedy. 7.30pm.
£12/£10. May 2, Hickory Dickory
Murder. 8pm. 01865 263990.
Pegasus Theatre, Magdalen
Road, Iffley: Apr 28, The Elves
and the Shoemaker. 2pm. £5.
01865 812150.
New Theatre, George Street,
Oxford: Apr 24, Menopause:
The Musical. £30 plus £2.85
transaction fee. 7.30pm. Apr 26,
Jason Manford: Muddle Class.
7.30pm. £31.65 plus £2.85
transaction fee. Apr 28-29, Dara
O Briain: Voice of Reason. 8pm.
£27.15 plus £2.85 transaction
fee. May 1-5, Thoroughly Modern
Millie. Various times. £13.50-£47
plus £4 transaction fee. 0844 871
3020.
North Wall Arts Centre, South
Parade, Summertown: Apr 2324, Black Men Walking. 8pm. £16
(concessions £13). 01865 319450.
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COUNTY
Chipping Norton Theatre,
Spring Street, Chipping
Norton: Apr 24, Moscow Drug
Club. 7.45pm. £15.50. May 3-12,
A Tender Thing. 7.45pm. £15.
01608 642350.
Cornerstone Arts Centre,
Station Road, Didcot: May
4, Showstopper! The Improvised
Musical. 7.30pm. £20. May 6,
Handa’s Surprise, Family and
children’s theatre. 11.30am 1.30pm
& 3.30pm. £8. May 9, Time
Please. Darkly comic play. 7.30pm.
£12.50. 01235 515144.
Kingston Bagpuize and
Southmoor Village Hall,
Draycott Road, Abingdon: Apr
26-28, Daisy Pulls It Off. 7.30pm.
£8. 01865 736913.
The Harwellian, Westfield,
Harwell: Apr 28, Comedy/
Cabaret Night. Cabaret evening
with Micky John Ball. 8pm. £10.
01235 797070.
OXFORD
Odeon, George St:
Box office 0871 224
4007.
Odeon, Magdalen St:
Box office 0871 224
4007.
Phoenix Picture
House, Walton St:
Box office
0871 902 5736.
Ultimate Picture
Palace, Jeune St: Box
office 01865 245288.
Vue Cinema,
Grenoble Rd: Box
office 08712 240240.
CHIPPING NORTON
The Theatre, Spring
St: Box office 01608
642350 (Mon-Fri 10-
Camps’ . As the son of a British
father and a German mother,
Marcus comes to terms with a
family background that threw up
uncomfortable questions.He knows
Germany well and was a Reuters
correspondent in East Germany.
8pm. Free. 01865 863899.
Masons Apron Northwest
Morris: Recreation Hall., Main
Street, Long Hanborough. 8.15pm.
£5 annual fee plus £3 per week.
01993 200717.
Morris Dancing in
Headington Quarry: The
Mason’s Arms, 2 Quarry School
Place Headington Quarry. 8pm.
Free. 01865 714778.
Women’s Fitness and Self
Defence Class: The Pavilion,
Roosevelt Road, Long Hanborough.
8pm. £5. 07834 022463.
TOMORROW
Bicester & Kidlington
Ramblers: Caversfield, Park in
Skimmingdish Lane, Fringford End,
Caversfield. A leisurely five-mile field
walk in the Caversfield area. 10am.
07906 895064.
TODAY
Scottish Country Dancing:
The Cellar, Frewin Court,
Hanwell Fields Community Hall,
Oxford: Queen Zee, Easter Island Rotary Way, Banbury. 7.15pm.
Statues, Eunoia. Glam & alt rock.
Annual Subs £8 plus £2 per night.
7.30pm. £6 (adv).
07866 465533.
The White Hart, 126 Godstow Floral Demonstration: Bicester
Road, Wolvercote: Irish Music
Methodist Hall, Victoria Road,
Session. 8pm. Free.
Bicester. Bicester Floral Club
presents a floral demonstration
The Royal Blenheim, 13 St
Ebbes Street, Oxford: Anything entitled ‘Memories’ by Lucy Allen.
7pm. £5.
Can Happen Monday Open Mic.
8.30pm. Free.
Kidlington & District Historical
Society: The Willow Tree Cafe,
TOMORROW
Moorside Place, The Moors,
Kidlington. A Talk by Dave
Gladiator Club, 263 Iffley
Richardson entitled ‘The History
Road, Oxford: Eastside Rhythm
of Old Pubs in Oxford’. 7.50pm.
Kings. Trad jazz. 7.30pm. Free.
Visitors £3.50. Under 26’s 50.
The Bullingdon, 162 Cowley
01865 375758.
Road, Oxford: Summit 7. World
Learn-to-knit-athon: Hobbycraft,
jazz fusion. 9pm. Front bar. Free.
Lamarsh Road, Oxford. Learn to
cast on, knit, purl and cast off in
this beginners workshop. Half the
proceeds go to Cancer Research
UK. Three sessions are available
TODAY
through the day, 10-12.30pm, 1.302018 Lorna Casselton
4pm, 4.30-7pm. Event cost is per
Memorial Lecture:
session. £20. 01865364881.
Mathematical Institute, Woodstock
Road, Oxford. ‘Artificial Intelligence: Medieval German
Longsword Fencing Classes:
A Deeply Human Pursuit’, by Prof
Charlbury Scout Hut, Nine Acres
Fei-Fei Li, Google Chief Scientist of
Lane, Charlbury. 7pm. First
AI, http://www.stx.ox.ac.uk/lornacasselton-memorial-lecture-booking- two sessions free, £5 per class
thereafter. 07802 476604.
form 5pm. Free.
Photography Talk by
Book Club with author and
Michelle Whitmore – ‘Fine
ex Reuters journalist Marcus
Art Images with Flowers
Ferrar: Jam Factory, Park End
and Foliage’: Methodist Church
Street, Oxford. Marcus Ferrar will
Hall, Newbury Street, Wantage.
talk about his book ‘A Foot in Both
Music
Events
6pm, Sat 10-2pm).
BICESTER
Vue Cinema, Pioneer
Centre, Bure Place:
Box office 08712
240240.
DIDCOT
Cineworld, Station Rd:
Box office 0871 200
2000.
WITNEY
Cineworld, Marriotts
Walk: Box office 0871
200 2000.
WALLINGFORD
Corn Exchange,
Market Place: Box
office 01491 825000.
BANBURY
Odeon, Horsefair: Box
office 0871 224 4007.
Wantage Camera Club. 7.30pm.
£3 for visitors.
Talk on Restoring Trust in
News: Wesley Memorial Hall,
New Inn Hall Street, Oxford.
Allessandra Galloni from
ThomsonReuters is invited by Oxford
United Nations Association to
describe how trust in the ‘news’
has been lost and how it can be
restored. 12.30pm. Free. 07949
159430.
Tea, Tango & Jive
Afternoons: Corpus Christi
Church Hall, Margaret Road,
Headington. 2pm. £3.
Tea Dance: Woodstock Social
Club, 44 Oxford Street, Woodstock.
2pm. £2. 01993811473.
Walk (Fieldpaths): Bridge End,
Car Park, Dorchester. SU578940
4.75 miles. A circular walk on field
and woodland paths and a stretch
of the Thames Path, including a
steep descent from Wittenham
Clumps. Bring refreshment for an enroute break. Several lunch options
in Dorchester at the end of the
walk. Assistance dogs only. 01865
873038/07837 717492.
Yoga Class: The Clifton Centre,
Ashdene Road, Bicester. 6.15pm.
£8. 07917 453224.
WEDNESDAY
‘Alpines for Beginners’: High
Street Methodist Church, High
Street, Witney. Witney Horticultural
Society illustrated talk by John
Hughes, plant expert and RHS
judge. 7.30pm. Members £1,
visitors £3. 01993 702444.
Cheney Over 50s Club: The
Community Hall Cheney School,
Cheney Lane Headington, Oxford.
Children’s Hospital in Kolkata
(formerly Calcutta), a talk by Hazel
Townesend. 2.30pm. £3.
How to Make Your
Community Dementia
Friendly: Beckley Village Hall,
Woodperry Road, Beckley. Plunkett
Foundation joined by a Dementia
Friends champion at this informal
event. Find out more & book your
place at https://bit.ly/2G3IbLg.
10am. 01993 810730.
How To Write For Children:
The Story Museum, Rochester
House, 42 Pembroke Street, Oxford.
With author Cas Lester, literary
agent James Catchpole and Story
Museum trustee and publisher
David Fickling. 7pm. £10/£8.
01865 807600.
The Golden Age of Coaching:
The Witney Blanket Hall, 100 High
Street, Witney. Talk by Martin Way.
7pm. £10. 01993 706408.
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BELINDA CARLISLE AT 80S NIGHT
2.10
ON 25TH MAY EBF NOVICE STAKES
(CLASS 5) £6,000 added 2YO only-5f
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ABIE’S HOLLOW T Coyle 9 2............................ B McHugh 7
ALLEN A DALE (IRE) R Fahey 9 2.....................T Hamilton11
ARRIBA DE TODA (IRE) B Ellison 9 2 ......Ben Robinson (5)5
2 BENGALI SPIRIT (IRE) (23) R Fahey 9 2..........P Hanagan 2
BIG ACE T Easterby 9 2 ..........................................D Allan 6
BUNGLE BILLY (IRE) J L Eyre 9 2 ..................... J Fanning 4
6 CAREY STREET (IRE) (30) J J Quinn 9 2 ................J Hart 3
FIVE AMARONES (IRE) T Dascombe 9 2 .........R Kingscote 1
GANTON EAGLE M W Easterby 9 2 ............... Nathan Evans 9
HOUSE DEPOSIT D Carroll 9 2...............................K Stott10
MINAS GERAIS (IRE) K Ryan 9 2..........................T Eaves 8
BETTING: 3-1 Bengali Spirit, 4-1 Five Amarones, Minas Gerais, 6-1 Carey Street, 8-1 others.
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Bigmartre’s Ayr glory
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(CLASS 4) £11,200 added 4YO PLUS-1m
LE CHAT D’OR (193) (D) M Dods 10 9 9...... Paula Muir (7)4
GULF OF POETS (167) (C) M W Easterby 6 9 7Nathan Evans 6
LOMU (IRE) (204) (BF) K Dalgleish 4 9 7......P Mulrennan 3
CANDELISA (IRE) (193) (D) T Coyle 5 9 5 ....... B McHugh 8
PIONEERING (IRE) (196) (CD) D O’Meara 4 9 5 ....D Nolan 7
SAVE THE BEES (182) (C)(D) D Carroll 10 9 5.......K Stott13
DAWAALEEB (USA) (27) (D) J L Eyre 4 9 5....... J Fanning 5
SOCIETY RED (11) R Fahey 4 9 4.....................P Hanagan 2
DANCE TEACHER (107) (D)(BF) D Elsworth 4 9 3 D O’Neill10
BIG STORM COMING (240) (D) J J Quinn 8 9 2......J Hart12
HEIR OF EXCITEMENT (IRE) (204) K Ryan 4 9 0....S Gray15
GIVE IT SOME TEDDY (170) T Easterby 4 8 10 .......D Allan11
MISS SHERIDAN (174) (CD) M W Easterby 4 8 9H Shaw (5)9
FRANKSTER (196) (CD) M Hammond 5 8 8..P J McDonald 1
BROTHER MCGONAGALL (208) (D) T Easterby 4 8 7..........
....................................................Rachel Richardson (3)14
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HARRY Whittington was
wearing a big smile after
Bigmartre fended off Cobra De Mai to win Ayr’s
Jordan Electrics Ltd Future Champion Novices’
Chase on Saturday.
The Sparsholt handler’s
GLORY: Bigmartre on the way to victory charge was always promiat Ayr
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SILVANUS (IRE) (23) (CD) P Midgley 13 9 5.............G Lee 1
PERFECT WORDS (16) (D8) Mrs M Fife 8 9 4.. B McHugh 4
HOT HANNAH (208) (D) M Dods 4 9 2 ...... C Rodriguez (3)6
CROSSE FIRE (11) (CD) S Dixon 6 9 2...................D Allan 5
BOP IT (4) (D) M W Easterby 9 8 7 .............. Nathan Evans 2
5.45
RUGBY LEAGUE EVENING MONDAY 11TH JUNE
H’CAP (CLASS 5) £7,211 added 3YO only-1m
BETTING: 3-1 Dragstone Rock, 4-1 Amazing Grazing, Crosse Fire, 7-1 B Fifty Two, 8-1 others.
Bannister and a nice leap
at the last sealed victory
for the 4-1 shot, who came
home a length and threequarters clear.
Bannister said: “He’s got
so much heart and he’s a
fantastic jumper.
“We queried after Cheltenham (seventh in JLT
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CAWDOR HOUSE BERT (22) (BF) D Rees 11 11 12S Bowen
SCENIC STAR (257) M B Shears 8 11 10.Sean Houlihan (5)
FOR CARMEL (IRE) (32) P Henderson 8 11 6.... P Brennan
ARQUEBUSIER (FR) (33) Miss E Baker 8 11 5.....J Bargary
GENERAL GIRLING (15) R Hodges 11 11 0 ..........H Cobden
MATROW’S LADY (IRE) (37) N Mulholland 11 10 12N Fehily
SPARKY’S SPIRIT (14) C Tizzard 9 10 11 .....T Scudamore
CHANGING THE GUARD (38) (C) F Brennan 12 10 9D Crosse
COUDEFOUDRE (FR) (28) Miss V Williams 6 10 3C Deutsch
MONET MOOR (27) J Frost 9 10 0 .......... Bryony Frost (3)
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this far, so coming here the
ground had to be right for
him.
“With Adrien Du Pont going on, it gave him a chance
to have a breather.
“He didn’t have to do the
donkey work and it’s paid
off.”
MAJESTIC HERO (192) (D) R Harris 6 9 4.....J P Spencer 4
BABYFACT (234) (D) M Saunders 7 9 1 Josephine Gordon 3
REBECCA ROCKS (332) (D) H Candy 4 9 0 ........H Bentley 1
ACCLAIM THE NATION (68) (D) E Alston 5 8 12Fran Berry 7
KINGLAMI (12) (C)(D) J G O’Shea 9 8 9 .............. L Morris 2
BELLEVARDE (IRE) (19) (D) R J Price 4 8 7...... D Probert 6
BETTING: 5-2 Leo Minor, 3-1 Rebecca Rocks, 6-1 Acclaim The Nation, Bellevarde, 8-1 others.
6.20 REGUS FILLIES’ HANDICAP (CLASS 4)
£9,750 added 3YO only-1m 2f
CANADIAN GEORGE (150) K Dalgleish 9 9...Josh Quinn (7)15
1 04011- ZORAYA (FR) (190) P Cole 9 7 .........................R Da Silva 2
DELPH CRESCENT (IRE) (226) R Fahey 9 8 ....P Hanagan13
2
041- STREAM SONG (212) J Gosden 9 6......................R Havlin 7
HIPPEIA (IRE) (41) Roger Fell 9 8....................T Hamilton 3
3 10400- APPLE ANNI (IRE) (170) M Channon 9 3 ..............A Atzeni 6
HILBOROUGH (46) (D) J L Eyre 9 7 .................. J Fanning 7 BETTING: 5-2 Cawdor House Bert, 6-1 Coudefoudre, Matrow’s Lady, 13-2 General Girling, 7-1
4
2441- FABULOUS RED (226) E Dunlop 9 3...................O Murphy 3
STARBOY (IRE) (34) G Scott 9 7.....................S De Sousa11 Sparky’s Spirit, 8-1 Arquebusier, 10-1 Scenic Star, For Carmel, 14-1 others.
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2140- TIME CHANGE (205) R Beckett 9 3...................L Steward 1
HARBOUR PILOT (19) (D) David Loughnane 9 6 ........S Gray 4
6 00330- STAR OF VENDOME (FR) (194) H Dunlop 9 2.........A Kirby 4
MOM SAID (IRE) (167) Ed Walker 9 6.............P Cosgrave 8
IRISH LOTTO AT TOTESPORT.COM H’CAP
JO’S GIRL (IRE) (138) M Hammond 9 5 .......P J McDonald 2
HURDLE (CL 4) £9,100 added 4YO PLUS-2m 6f 7 1036-0 DOUBLE REFLECTION (34) K Burke 8 5 .....David Egan (3)5
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0555- GIFT OF HERA (180) S Kirk 8 4.......................... L Morris 8
ADMIRAL ROOKE (IRE) (202) M Dods 9 2 ....P Mulrennan12 1 -4F342 HERE’S HERBIE (11) Mrs S Gardner 10 11 12Lucy Gardner (3)
BETTING: 6-4 Stream Song, 4-1 Zoraya, 5-1 Fabulous Red, 10-1 Time Change, 12-1 others.
DALAWYNA (FR) (34) K Ryan 9 1.......................A Mullen 9
2 6121/6 RETRIEVE (AUS) (F20) J Farrelly 11 11 8........... T Cannon
MUSBAQ (USA) (34) (BF) B Haslam 9 1 ...............T Eaves16 3 225312 QUIZ MASTER (IRE) (26) (D) C Tizzard 6 11 7...H Cobden
BMI THE PRINCESS MARGARET
MILAN REEF (166) (D)(BF) David Loughnane 9 1S Donohoe6
4 642150 TREASURE THE RIDGE (185) (C) M Hill 9 11 5J McGrath
FRENCH RESISTANCE (IRE) (182) J O’Keeffe 8 13 ..G Lee 5
HOSPITAL NOVICE STAKES
5 041145 NATIVE ROBIN (IRE) (23) J Scott 8 11 3........N Scholfield
BURN SOME DUST (166) (D) B Ellison 8 13 .Ben Robinson (5)14 6
1-445 DESSINATEUR (61) (BF) Miss V Williams 5 11 2.C Deutsch
(CLASS 5) £5,800 added 3YO only-1m 2f
BAD DOG (41) (D) M W Easterby 8 11 .......... Nathan Evans10 7 /4-1U6 CHURCH HALL (IRE) (31) Miss E Baker 10 11 2...J Bargary
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14- FAJJAJ (IRE) (207) H Palmer 9 9.................James Doyle 5
THE KNOT IS TIED (IRE) (207) T Easterby 8 8J P Sullivan 1
8 60613P CAP DU NORD (28) (BF) Christian Williams 5 11 1J Bowen (3)
2
21 LOYAL PROMISE (IRE) (56) M Meade 9 9..........O Murphy11
BETTING: 9-2 Dawaaleeb, 6-1 Pioneering, 8-1 Dance Teacher, Give It Some Teddy, 10-1 others.
BETTING: 11-2 Starboy, 13-2 Canadian George, 7-1 Delph Crescent, 8-1 Hippeia, 10-1 others.
9 3241-P BEAU PHIL (FR) (95) (CD) J Scott 7 11 1....Jamie Moore
3
5D1- MR RECKLESS (IRE) (135) J Osborne 9 9 ........D Costello15
10 1/P623 CHAMPAGNE GEORGE (33) N Mulholland 8 11 0T Scudamore
4
13 FABIANSKI (IRE) (44) M Meade 9 4 .......Jamie Parkes (7)3
RIU HOTELS AND RESORTS HANDICAP
11 3-6040 CORNISH WARRIOR (73) N Mulholland 7 10 12 .....N Fehily
5
0- ALLIED (178) Sir M Stoute 9 2.............. Josephine Gordon16
(CLASS 2) £25,000 added 4YO PLUS-5f
12 3605/2 KALMBEFORETHESTORM (213) (CD) Mrs H Nelmes 10 10 12 6
COLENSO A Balding 9 2 .................................... D Probert13
1 21223- DAKOTA GOLD (215) (D)(BF) M Dods 4 9 7 ...... C Beasley 4
..............................................................Paul O’Brien (5)
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05- GOODWOOD SHOWMAN (156) W Knight 9 2......H Bentley 1
2 00250- EDWARD LEWIS (191) (D) D O’Meara 5 9 6..........D Nolan 7
13 1-0050 COURT AFFAIRS (74) J W Mullins 6 10 11.. Kevin Jones (5)
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4IMAGINATIVE (IRE) (187) R Varian 9 2.............J Mitchell 7
3 41114- HOLMESWOOD (226) (D)(BF) M Dods 4 9 4 P Mulrennan11
14 -06060 BOLD IMAGE (14) Miss S Smith 7 10 10 ......J Sherwood (3)
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0 KING OF BURGUNDY (23) J Portman 9 2............ R Hornby 9
4 31-111 FOOLAAD (60) (D) S Bowring 7 9 4...................... K O’Neill 8
15 P-324F RICHARDOFDOCCOMBE (62) (C) Miss G Haywood 12 10 0..
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LAUGHING STRANGER (USA) J Noseda 9 2....J P Spencer10
5 01225- EL ASTRONAUTE (205) (D7)(BF) J J Quinn 5 9 2....J Hart14
................................................................... D G Noonan
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LE MAHARAJAH (FR) Tom Clover 9 2 ..................M Harley 6
6 66044- HOOF IT (166) (D) M W Easterby 11 9 1 ....... Nathan Evans10
BETTING: 9-2 Dessinateur, 5-1 Here’s Herbie, 11-2 Quiz Master, 10-1 Kalmbeforethestorm,
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64 LUCKY LOVER BOY (IRE) (59) G Baker 9 2........T Whelan 2
7 1-2222 ATLETICO (IRE) (51) (D)(BF) R Varian 6 9 0...S De Sousa 9 GOING: Soft. TV: ATR.
Native Robin, Champagne George, Cap Du Nord, 12-1 Cornish Warrior, 14-1 others.
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PERSIAN SUN S Crisford 9 2................................A Atzeni12
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21410- INTENSE ROMANCE (196) (D) M Dods 4 8 12 C Rodriguez (3)13
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ROCK EAGLE R Beckett 9 2...............................L Steward 4
9 2113-0 BOUNDSY (IRE) (16) (D) R Fahey 4 8 10..........P Hanagan12
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10 00000- ORION’S BOW (177) (D) T Easterby 7 8 10.............D Allan 1
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11 0-2011 ZYLAN (IRE) (11) (D) Roger Fell 6 8 9................. C Hardie 6
BETTING:
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7-2 Laughing Stranger, 6-1 Loyal Promise, 10-1 Imaginative, 12-1 others.
1 015123 STRUMBLE HEAD (199) (CD) M Bowen 13 12 6Mr P Bryan (7)
12 10110- SHOW PALACE (192) (D10) Jennie Candlish 5 8 8J Fanning5 £7,844 added 4YO PLUS-2m 2f 110yds
2 56-110 VIRAK (FR) (38) (C) P Nicholls 9 12 6 .... Mr L Williams (3)
1 013223 INIESTA (IRE) (32) M Blake 7 11 12......... P K Donovan (7)
13 -50202 POYLE VINNIE (11) (CD) Mrs R Carr 8 8 8...... J P Sullivan 2
3 -P2562 O MAONLAI (IRE) (15) A Dunn 10 11 12 ..Miss H Welch (7)
LYONS BUSINESS SERVICES HANDICAP
2 322645 CAPTAIN GEORGE (IRE) (F37) M Blake 7 11 9N Scholfield
14 03200- RASHEEQ (IRE) (177) T Easterby 5 8 7 ...........D Fentiman 3
4 2FP514 RAILWAY STORM (15) C White 13 11 12... Mr R Withey (7)
(CLASS 6) £6,069 added 4YO PLUS-1m 3f
3 R0504 THE MAJOR (28) Kayley Woollacott 5 11 8......... M G Nolan
BETTING: 4-1 Atletico, 13-2 Foolaad, Holmeswood, 8-1 El Astronaute, Dakota Gold, 10-1 others.
5 -23263 TOO LATE TO SELL (15) Mrs E B Scott 12 11 12Mr S Ellicott (7)
1 30-041 GOLCONDA PRINCE (IRE) (30) R Fahey 4 9 5.S Woods (7)8
4 -603RR MATTS LEGACY (IRE) (118) T Vaughan 6 11 6...... A Johns
BETTING: 4-5 Virak, 9-4 O Maonlai, 4-1 Strumble Head, 50-1 Railway Storm, Too Late To Sell.
2 50005- HATSAWAY (IRE) (153) P Phelan 7 9 5 ......... P Bradley (5)16
5 -2P500 SCORPION STAR (IRE) (11) M Hill 9 11 5........J McGrath
PONTEFRACT MARATHON HANDICAP
3 300/6- QUIDS IN (IRE) (J45) (BF) Oliver Greenall 5 9 5..T Whelan 6
6 030/5- ITSABOUTIME (698) Mrs H Nelmes 8 11 5 .Paul O’Brien (5)
(CLASS 5) £9,200 added 4YO PLUS-2m 6f
4 0142-1 PRETTY JEWEL (29) I Williams 5 9 5 ....... Luke Catton (7)2
1 33420- TYRELL (IRE) (J28) M Hammond 5 9 13 ......P J McDonald12 7 06-04P FLIGHTY FILIA (IRE) (192) J Frost 6 11 4 Bryony Frost (3)
5 53334- TIME TO SEA (IRE) (202) J Butler 4 9 4.............. L Keniry12
8 55-P53 GOLDSLINGER (FR) (17) G L Moore 6 11 4...Jamie Moore
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6 4-3106 BROUGHTONS STORY (16) P McBride 4 9 4 ....... T Queally14
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3 /3-300 ARGANTE (FR) (20) H Spiller 9 9 9 .................S De Sousa 5
7 22-300 PREROGATIVE (IRE) (30) A Carroll 4 9 4.Nicola Currie (5)10
4 625363 UPTOWN FUNK (IRE) (J38) K Dalgleish 4 9 7 ......P Makin 2 10 34-PPP RUBY RUSSET (28) C Tizzard 6 11 2..................H Cobden
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40-32 AMULETUM (27) (BF) P Chapple-Hyam 4 9 4.......O Murphy 4
5 12240- BODACIOUS NAME (IRE) (175) (BF) J J Quinn 4 9 3J Hart4 11 300320 PENSION MADNESS (165) J Farrelly 5 10 9...P Cowley (5)
9 1312-0 OVERHAUGH STREET (37) (D) E De Giles 5 9 3... L Morris 1
6 33/0-6 GRAN MAESTRO (13) P Winks 9 9 1.......Ben Robinson (5)1 12 -P5P05 LA MADRINA (42) Mrs K Stephens 6 10 0Miss Page Fuller (5)
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BETTING:
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Iniesta,
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others.
7 00451- MADAM LILIBET (196) (C) Mrs S Watt 9 9 1Phil Dennis (3)6
11 322634 ICONIC BELLE (9) M Channon 4 9 3 .....................A Atzeni 3
8 0521-0 BALLYFARSOON (IRE) (13) P Winks 7 9 1........S Donohoe10
GOING: Soft. DRAW: High numbers hold a slight advantage in sprints. 12
/4300- ZULU (114) B Millman 4 9 2 ...............................W Carson11
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9 12410/ AMERICAN LIFE (J39) (CD) Oliver Greenall 11 8 13 K Stott11
TV: ATR.
13 50112- THE DETAINEE (J198) (D) N Mulholland 5 9 2 ........A Kirby15
MARES’ ’NATIONAL HUNT’ NOVICES’
10 -31643 INDIAN RED (23) M Tompkins 4 8 13 .............P Mulrennan 3
14 50/0-4 ARGYLE (IRE) (J14) G L Moore 5 9 2..................S W Kelly13
11 00-465 SOMETHING BREWING (26) (BF) I Jardine 4 8 13...G Lee 9 HURDLE (CLASS 4) £7,700 added 4YO PLUS-2m 6f
ROYAL WINDSOR HORSE SHOW HANDICAP 15 -01615 BETSALOTTIE (55) (CD) J Bridger 5 9 2.......M Godwin (3)5
12 630-06 BECKY THE THATCHER (J44) M Hammond 5 8 7P Hanagan7
1 124413 DINOS BENEFIT (IRE) (15) C Tizzard 6 11 4 ......H Cobden
(CLASS 6) £6,069 added 4YO PLUS-6f
16 40300- TAPDANCEALLTHEWAY (200) Mrs A Perrett 4 9 2 R Havlin 9
BETTING: 9-2 Uptown Funk, 5-1 Indian Red, 7-1 Something Brewing, 8-1 Madam Lilibet,
2 232130 SENSULANO (IRE) (30) Noel Williams 5 11 4W Hutchinson
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(220) (D) W Kittow 4 9 7 .....................A Kirby12 BETTING: 9-2 Amuletum, 5-1 Pretty Jewel, 7-1 Time To Sea, 8-1 The Detainee, 10-1 others.
Bodacious Name, American Life, 10-1 Wemyss Point, Tyrell, 12-1 others.
3 6U3/1 WITH DISCRETION (39) N Henderson 7 11 4N De Boinville
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36 OXFORD MAIL
Monday, April 23, 2018
oxfordmail.co.uk/sport
FOOTBALL
MOTORSPORT
Paterson inspires
City in goal spree
OXFORD City signed off
at home with their biggest win of the season
when beating relegated
Bognor Regis Town 4-0,
writes RYAN BRATLEY.
Matt Paterson hit a firsthalf double, before Frankie
Musonda and Rob Sinclair
also netted as Mark Jones’s
side secured mathematical
safety in Vanarama National
League South.
City were on the front foot
early on at Court Place Farm.
Sam Nombe was denied by
goalkeeper Dan Lincoln on 14
minutes, with the ball falling
for Paterson who saw his effort hit a post.
The latter was then foiled by
the Bognor stopper moments
later.
But Paterson opened the
scoring on 39 minutes from 12
yards.
Despite referee Alex Blake
initially playing advantage
following a foul on Freddie
Grant in the area, he pointed
to the spot after Sinclair had
scored in an offside position.
Paterson stepped up to
beat Lincoln with a powerful
strike.
City’s top-scorer then made
it 20 goals for the season on 43
minutes when he fired home
after Musonda saw his shot
blocked.
It could have been 3-0 moments later, but Lincoln brilliantly denied Nombe when
one-on-one.
Bognor controlled the opening exchanges of the second half, but were unable to
threaten City.
And the hosts put the result
beyond doubt on 76 minutes
when Musonda cut inside and
curled superbly into the far
corner, leaving Lincoln with
no chance.
The scoring was then completed with a minute of normal time remaining.
Paterson saw his effort
saved and Zac McEachran
OUT OF THE POINTS: Bradley
Smith
Picture: Gold and Goose
Smith’s 16th
in Austin GP
calmly set up Sinclair to tap
home for his tenth goal of the
campaign.
Oxford City: King, Jones, Stevens, Poku
(Fofana 68), Musonda, Oastler, Nombe
(McEachran 73), Fleet (Cotter 81), Paterson,
Sinclair, Grant.
Subs not used: Henderson, Forde.
Attendance: 352.
LATEST TABLE
VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE SOUTH
P W D L F A Pts
Dartford
41 25 8 8 79 43 83
Havant & W
Hampton & R
Hemel Hstead Tn
Chelmsford City
Braintree Tn
St Albans City
40
41
41
40
40
41
23
18
19
19
18
19
11
17
13
11
12
8
6
6
9
10
10
14
61
57
70
64
70
70
27
36
49
45
55
56
80
71
70
68
65
65
Truro City
Welling Utd
Bath City
Gloucester City
Wealdstone
Weston-s-Mare
Chippenham Tn
E Thurrock Utd
Oxford City
Eastbourne Boro
Concord Rngrs
Hungerford Tn
40
40
40
41
39
40
41
39
39
41
40
40
19
17
15
15
14
15
14
13
13
13
11
11
8
10
12
8
10
7
9
11
8
7
10
7
13
13
13
18
15
18
18
15
18
21
19
22
68
68
60
56
59
64
63
67
59
57
43
44
54
56
47
67
61
70
70
74
66
77
59
67
65
61
57
53
52
52
51
50
47
46
43
40
Poole Town
Whitehawk
Bognor Regis Tn
40 10 8 22 44 72 38
40 8 9 23 50 87 33
40 5 12 23 40 75 27
ON TARGET: Top-scorer Matt Paterson scored twice in the first half as Oxford
City beat Bognor Regis Town 4-0
Picture: Mike Allen
BRADLEY Smith narrowly
missed out on his first
MotoGP points of the
season when finishing 16th
in the Grand Prix of the
Americas in Austin, Texas.
The Red Bull KTM Factory
Racing rider, from Forest
Hill, was eight seconds
behind Alvaro Bautista who
rounded out the top 15.
Smith qualified 15th and
was running inside the
points with ten laps
remaining.
But he dropped back
towards the end of the race
as he failed to pick up a
point for the third round in
a row.
World champion Marc
Marquez triumphed,
making it ten straight
victories in America, from
Maverick Viñales and
Andrea Iannone.
The next round is in
Jerez, Spain, on Sunday,
May 6.
WEEKEND RESULTS
FOOTBALL
SKY BET LEAGUE ONE
Doncaster Rov 0, Oxford Utd 1.
VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE SOUTH
Oxford City 4, Bognor Regis Tn 0.
FA WOMEN’S SUPER LEAGUE 2
Aston Villa 1, Oxford Utd 0.
EVO-STIK SOUTH LEAGUE
Premier Div: Banbury Utd 3, Merthyr Tn 3.
East Div: Northwood 1, Thame Utd 3.
West Div: Cirencester Tn 3, Kidlington 2;
Salisbury 2, Didcot Tn 1; Winchester City 2,
North Leigh 0.
UHLSPORT HELLENIC LEAGUE
Premier Div: Burnham 1, Oxford City Nomads
0.
Div 1 East: AFC Aldermaston 1, Wallingford Tn
1; Thame Rgrs 2, Bicester Tn 3.
Div 1 West: Cheltenham Saracens 0, Letcombe
2; Clanfield 85 4, Ardley Utd 1; Easington Spts 2,
Pewsey Vale 1; Kidlington Res 1, Cirencester Tn
Dev 1; Woodstock Tn 4, Tytherington Rocks 0.
Div 2 East: Chinnor Res 0, Abingdon Utd Dev 1;
London Rgrs 8, Abingdon Tn 2.
Div 2 West: Bourton Rov 6, Faringdon Tn 0;
Shrivenham Res 1, Bishops Cleeve Dev 3.
OXFORDSHIRE SENIOR LEAGUE
Premier Div: Freeland 2, Mansfield Rd 2;
Horspath 0, Kennington Ath 4; Launton Spts 0,
Adderbury Park 3; Marston Sts 1, Heyford Ath 2;
OUP 3, Charlton 3.
Div 1: Adderbury Res 1, Summertown AFC 3;
Garsington 0, Middleton Cheney 6; Woodstock
Tn Res 1, Bicester Utd 2.
Div 2: Chinnor Res w/o Chalgrove Res; Charlton
Res 2, Mansfield Rd Res 2; Kennington Ath Res 1,
Launton Spts Res 2.
NORTH BERKS LEAGUE
Div 1: Berinsfield 4, Long Wittenham Ath 2;
Hanney Utd 1, East Hendred 0; Steventon 0,
North Oxford 3.
Div 2: Faringdon Tn Res 0, Kintbury Rgrs Res 4;
Watlington Tn 0, Ardington & Lockinge 1.
Div 3: Letcombe Res 1, Drayton 5; Long
Wittenham Ath Res 0, Lambourn Spts Res 2.
Div 4: Cumnor Minors U21 6, Hagbourne Utd
Res 4.
WITNEY & DISTRICT FA
Supp Cup quarter-final: Minster Lovell Res 2,
Bletchington Res 1.
Premier Div: Charlbury Tn 0, Carterton Rgrs 0;
Combe 1, FC Hollybush 5; Hailey 9, Chipping
Norton Tn 1; Minster Lovell 2, Hanborough 9.
Div 1: Stonesfield 4, Eynsham SSC 2; Tower Hill
4, Milton 1.
Div 2: Aston Res 0, Moreton Rgrs 0; Brize Norton
0, Bletchington 3; Kingham All Blacks 1, Hailey
Res 2; Witney Wands 1, Hanborough Res 1.
Div 3: FC Mills 1, Milton Res 0; Witney Royals
Res 0, Wootton 1.
Div 4: Bampton Utd Res 1, Carterton Tn B 2;
Brize Norton Res 1, FC Ascott Res 1; Eynsham
SSC Res 0, Chadlington Res 5.
OXFORD CITY FA
County Junior League Cup final: Florence Pk
2, Chequers 3.
League: Dorchester 2, South Pk 0; Masons Arms
1, Union St 2; Oxford Brookes 0, Original Swan
8; Thame Utd Churches 1, Chinnor A 4.
BANBURY DISTRICT &
LORD JERSEY FA
Jersey Cup final: KEA 2, Bishops Itchington 3.
Premier Div: Broughton & NN 3, KEA 3;
Deddington Tn 6, Bishops Itchington 2; Sinclair
Utd 2, AFC Bicester 3. Div 1: Bloxham Res 3,
Steeple Aston 1. Div 2: Magna Exteriors 3,
Deddington Tn Res 0. Div 3: Bodicote Spts Res 4,
Charlton & District Res 3; Chasewell Park Res 0,
Swis Res 5.
UTV LEAGUE
Div 1: Exeter Rgrs 3, Village Inn 1; Greater Leys
Res 1, Forest Hill 2; JET 2, Didcot Casuals 1;
Milton Sts 2, Dilly Utd 2.
Hedley Toms Cup: SHAFC 3, Railway Wheatley
0.
OFA INVITATION
YOUTH LEAGUE
Under 18 KO Cup final: Abingdon Youth 1,
Summertown Stars 4.
Under 17 KO Cup final: Harwell & Hendred 0,
Carterton 6. A League: Chipping Norton Swifts
3, Easington Sports 6. B League: Chesterton2 ,
Summertown Stars 1; Launton 6, Quarry Rov 5;
Wantage Tn 2, Hinksey Park 1.
Under 18 A League: Chalgrove Cavaliers 1,
Tower Hill 1; Milton Utd 1, Marston Saints 5.
OXFORD MAIL
YOUTH LEAGUE
Under 12 Winter/Spring A: Faringdon Tn
0, Didcot Tn 7; Kennington Ath Yellow 3,
Oxfordshire Football Dev 0; Wantage Tn
4, Crowmarsh Tigers 0. Winter/Spring B:
Bullingdon Warriors 4, Witney Vikings 2; Hinksey
Park Hurricanes 1, Easington Sports 5; Westwood
Wands Colts 0, Oxford Blackbird 5. Winter/
Spring C: Barton Utd 3, Harwell & Hendred 1;
Stonesfield Strikers 0, Goring Robins Spitfires
12; Highmoor/Ibis Utd 1, Botley 2. Winter/
Spring D: Crowmarsh Pumas 3, Watlington Tn 0;
Kidlington Arrows 4, Kidlington 1; Summertown
Stars Cobras v Mansfield Road Jun – abandoned;
St Edmunds 2, Benson Lions Cubs 2. Winter/
Spring E: Goring Robins 0, Lancasters Europa
Titans 3; Cumnor 2, Didcot Casuals 2; St Edmunds
Royals 10, Berinsfield 1.
Under 13 KO Cup final: Tower Hill Stars 1,
Kingston Colts Blues 2. Winter/Spring A:
Haddenham Rgrs v Highfield Jun pp; Tower Hill
6, Crowmarsh Tractors 2; Oxford Blackbirds 0,
Oxfordshire Football Dev 11. Winter/Spring
B: Marston Saints Warriors 2, Mansfield Road
Jun 4; Quarry Rov Rocks 0, Summertown Super
Giants 3; Summertown Iron Stars 4, Hinksey
Park 1; Wantage Tn 1, Chalgrove Cavaliers 3.
Winter/Spring C: Abingdon Utd 5, Ardington
& Lockinge 0; Barton Utd 3, Goring Robins 6;
Grove Chall 0, Abingdon Yellows 9; Oxford
Irish 4, Crowmarsh Saints 3. Winter/Spring
D: Abingdon Green 2, Cholsey Bluebirds 3;
St Edmunds 3, Summertown Neutron Stars 3;
Cumnor Minors 1, Radley Utd 5.
Under 14 A League: Bardwell 7, Abingdon
Utd 1; Carterton 11, Easington Spts 0; Didcot
Casuals 5, Summertown Stars Wands 0; Quarry
Rov Nomads 1, Abingdon Green 2. B League:
Caversham Colts 3, Wantage Tn 0; Oxford
City Blue 5, Crowmarsh 0; St Edmunds Royals
2, Oxford City 0; Summertown Spartans 1,
Didcot Tn Red 5. C League: Crowmarsh Orient
3, Cumnor Min 4; Hinksey Park International
5, Cholsey Bluebirds 4. D League: Caversham
Stallions v Summertown Flares Stars pp; Littlemore
0, Tower Hill Stripes 3; Stonesfield Strikers 2,
Abingdon Yellow 6.
Under 15 Cup semi-final: Bloxham 0, North
Leigh Utd 4. Inter-League quarter-finals:
Kidlington 2, Chadlington 1. Semi-finals: Quarry
Rov 1, Stonesfield Strikers 2; Kidlington Green
0, Kennington Ath 4; Brackley 1, Bardwell 3. A
League: Chalgrove Cavs 0, Bure Park Jun 5;
Abingdon Youth 0, Rotherfield Utd 2. B League:
Didcot Casuals 2, Halse Utd 2; Faringdon Tn
v Combe Jun Spts pp; Westwood Wands 3,
Grove Chall Black 1. C League: Florence Park
2, Marston Saints 6; Woolton Hill Argyle 1,
Easington 6. D League: Ardington 4, Brightwell
3; Summertown Stars Reds 4, Cold Ash 1.
Under 16 Inter League semi-final: Stonesfield
Strikers 0, Abingdon 4; Abingdon Tn 4, Launton
1; Grove Chall 0, Oxford Football Dev 2. B
League: Broughton & N Newington 0, Bure Park
Jun 1; Crowmarsh 3, Woolton Hill Argyle 0. C
League: Caversham Trents 3, Westwood Wands
Colts 4; St Edmunds Royals 7, Crowmarsh Rev 1.
D League: East Oxford Utd 0, Thatcham White
2; Kidlington 0, CSA 07 Dynamos 3; Thame
Colts 2, Didcot Cas 0; Wantage Tn 2, Streatley
Strikers 1.
WITNEY & DISTRICT
YOUTH LEAGUE
Under 12 KO Cup final: Banbury Utd 0, Launton
FC Ath 1. A League: Bloxham 1, Kingston Colts
3; Eynsham Youth 0, Bampton Tn 6. B League:
Carterton Tn Colts 2, Banbury Irish 2; Chesterton
Jnr Colts 1, Yarnton Blues Colts 1. C League:
Middleton Cheney 1, Ducklington 2.
Under 13 KO Cup final: Brackley Ath 3, Combe
Jnr Spts 1. A League: Hook Norton Jun 8, Bure
Prk Jnrs 4. B League: Banbury Utd 13, Carterton
Tn 1; Witney Vikings 1, Deddington Tn Sharks
11. C League: Chadlington Spts 8, Easington Jun
Spts 1; Launton 6, Stonesfield Strikers 2; Witney
Viking Warriors 10, Deddington Tn Cobras 2.
Under 14 KO Cup final: Garden City 3,
Bampton Tn 4. A League: Bampton Tn v Kingston
Colts pp; Charlbury Tn 4, Banbury Utd Spencer 4;
Witney Vikings 1, Hook Norton Jun 3. B League:
Banbury Irish 7, Brackley Ath 0; Carterton Tn 1,
Launton Ath 1; Ducklington 3, Launton 2.
Under 15 KO Cup semi-final: Bicester Tn Colts
1, Middleton Cheney Dragons 3. B League:
Yarnton Blues 0, Banbury Irish 8.
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GIRLS LEAGUE
Under 12 Blue: Barton Utd 0, Summertown Stars
White 1; Chalgrove Cavaliers 2, Summertown
Stars Red 5; Didcot Casuals 6, Stonesfield Strikers
2. Red: Cumnor Minors 3, Kennington Ath 1;
Oxford City 0, Kidlington 2; Tower Hill Vixens 3,
Crowmarsh 2.
Under 13 Blue: Witney Vikings 0, Tower Hill
Vixens 5. Red: Oxford City 4, Hinksey Pk 1.
League Cup: Hook Norton 1, Summertown
Stars Red 1 (aet, Summertown won 2-0 on pens);
Kidlington 2, Wantage Tn 2 (aet, Kidlington won
3-0 on pens).
Under 14 League Cup: Tower Hill Vixens 1,
Grove Challengers 3. Blue: Benson Utd 1,
Kidlington 5; Harwell & Hendred 1, Crowmarsh
0. Red: Charlbury 2, Summertown Stars Red 1.
Under 15: Carterton Tn 1, Abingdon 6;
Kidlington 0, Summertown Stars 3; Launton
Ladies 3, Barton Utd 2; Tower Hill Vixens 3,
Stonesfield Strikers 1.
Under 16: Barton Utd 2, Kidlington 2; Wantage
Tn 1, Deanshanger Colts 2.
RUGBY UNION
SSE ENGLISH CLUBS CHAMPIONSHIP
National League 2 South: Canterbury 52,
Chinnor 29; Henley 19, London Irish Wild Geese
36.
South West 1 East: Oxford Harlequins 7, Old
Patesians 34; Swindon 39, Grove 15; Wimborne
57, Bicester 20; Witney 19, Banbury 36.
Southern Counties North: Beaconsfield 90,
Gosford All Blacks 0; Wallingford 23, Aylesbury
18.
BB&O Premier: Littlemore 71, Bletchley 7; Milton
Keynes 23, Didcot 15; Wheatley 25, Chesham
22.
BB&O Championship: Aldermaston 34,
Chipping Norton 15; Oxford 13, Risborough 14.
BB&O Div 1: Aylesbury 2nd 42, Henley 3rd 17;
Chinnor 3rd w/o Newbury 2nd ; Redingensians
3rd 21, Witney 2nd 17.
BB&O Div 2: Thatcham 2nd w/o Bicester 2nd .
BB&O Div 3: Grove 2nd 27, Reading 3rd 22;
Oxford Harlequins 2nd 33, Tadley 2nd 12.
BB&O Div 4 North: Gosford All Blacks 2nd w/o
Bicester 3rd; Didcot 2nd 5, Oxford 2nd 15; Stowon-the-Wold 2nd 14, Wheatley 2nd 10.
ICE HOCKEY
ENGLISH NATIONAL LEAGUE
South Division 2 play-off semi-final: Oxford
City Stars 3, Chelmsford Chieftains 5.
CRICKET
Friendly: Oxfordshire v Bucks – cancelled.
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37
FOOTBALL EVO-STIK SOUTH LEAGUE
Banbury denied win in six-goal thriller
STARRING ROLE: Leam
Howards scored twice
BANBURY United were denied
victory in the dying seconds as
they were forced to settle for a
point in a 3-3 draw at home to
Merthyr Town.
Substitute Leam Howards
scored twice and played a part
in Elliot Sandy’s goal as the
Puritans led 3-2 in the Premier
Division encounter.
But Owain Jones slotted home
in the 90th-minute to deny Mike
Ford’s side victory.
The visitors took the lead on
39 minutes when Ian Traylor
sent Jack Harding the wrong
way from the penalty spot.
But Banbury equalised on 50
minutes following a long goal
kick which Jack Self raced
onto, beat the goalkeeper, and
squared for Howards who
coolly back-heeled home.
It was soon 2-1 when Luke
Carnell saw his header from a
Tom Winters free-kick saved
and Howards fired home on the
rebound.
Merthyr equalised on 74
minutes when Jones scored at
the back post.
But just seconds later,
Banbury retook the lead as
Browne’s bobbling pass found
Winters who squared for Sandy
to fire home.
However, they were denied
victory late on when the ball
was fired across the area and
Jones slotted home.
Banbury Utd: Harding, Ngathe, Bradbury,
Nash, Wise, Carnell, Self, Finch, Sandy (Johnson
87), Humphreys (Winters 64), Wright (Howards
46). Subs not used: Stonehouse, Awadh.
Attendance: 512.
Didcot’s play-off bid suffers
setback in Salisbury defeat
DIDCOT
Town’s
play-off
hopes suffered a major blow
as they were beaten 2-1 at second-placed Salisbury.
Felipe Barcelos had cancelled out
Stuart Green’s opener, only for the
home side, who won promotion as
a result, to earn victory thanks to
George Colson’s penalty.
The defeat leaves the Railwaymen
five points adrift of the West Division play-offs with three games remaining.
Lewis Benson and Green went
close for Salisbury early on, before
Didcot’s Sam Barder saw a volley
blocked.
However, the hosts broke the deadlock on 19 minutes when Kane
O’Keefe flicked Eddie Perret’s long
throw to Green who headed past
goalkeeper Leigh Bedwell.
Didcot were back on level terms
just minutes later, though, Barcelos
pouncing on a poor backpass and
tucking his effort under Charlie
Searle.
Luke Hopper went close for the
hosts, but the visitors held firm to go
in level at the break.
Salisbury continued to apply pressure in the second half and scored
the winner with 12 minutes remaining.
Stuart Cattell looked like he had got
the ball in a challenge with Benson,
but the referee pointed to the spot
and Colson stepped up to find the
back of the net.
Didcot looked for an equaliser and
substitute Callum McNish forced
Searle into a brilliant save, before
George Reid, who also came off the
bench, was denied.
EVO-STIK SOUTH LEAGUE
PREMIER DIVISION
P W D L F A Pts
Hereford
44 34 5 5 106 33 107
King’s Lynn Tn
Kettering Tn
Weymouth
Slough Tn
45
44
45
44
29
29
29
28
10
7
7
9
6
8
9
7
96 38
114 51
100 48
105 48
97
94
94
93
Royston Tn
Tiverton Tn
Chesham Utd
Banbury Utd
Basingstoke Tn
Hitchin Tn
St Neots Tn
Frome Tn
Redditch Utd
Stratford Tn
Biggleswade Tn
Merthyr Tn
Farnborough
Dorchester Tn
Bishop’s Sford
Kings Langley
St Ives Tn
Gosport Boro
44
44
44
44
44
43
45
44
45
45
44
44
45
44
44
45
43
44
24
23
20
18
20
19
17
17
15
15
14
13
15
13
13
8
8
3
5
5
11
14
7
8
13
7
9
9
10
13
6
10
9
14
8
5
15
16
13
12
17
16
15
20
21
21
20
18
24
21
22
23
27
36
83 59
75 67
82 58
88 59
86 67
67 60
79 75
75 94
71 71
67 80
51 60
74 92
80 114
61 82
69 78
60 94
52 99
35 142
77
74
71
68
67
65
64
58
54
54
52
52
51
49
48
38
32
14
Dunstable Tn
Rushden & D
Beaconsfield Tn
43 3 5 35
EAST DIVISION
P W D L
40 25 10 5
39 26 5 8
25 132 14
F A Pts
84 24 85
89 45 83
Hartley Wintney
Hayes & Yeading
AFC Dunstable
Cambridge City
40
41
40
39
26
25
22
23
4
5
10
6
10
11
8
10
93
98
74
98
48
49
32
51
82
80
76
75
Chalfont St Peter
Bedford Tn
Kempston Rov
Moneyfields
Thame Utd
Ashford Tn
Aylesbury Utd
Egham Tn
Uxbridge
Marlow
Northwood
Hanwell Tn
Fleet Tn
Aylesbury
Barton Rov
40
40
39
39
40
39
40
38
40
39
40
38
41
38
39
19
20
18
17
19
16
15
13
13
12
8
9
8
9
7
11
6
10
11
4
7
4
8
7
9
11
7
10
5
9
10
14
11
11
17
16
21
17
20
18
21
22
23
24
23
53
64
74
74
76
80
45
52
55
51
49
45
38
37
37
39
48
66
61
74
64
69
78
85
72
69
75
84
74
79
68
66
64
62
61
55
49
47
46
45
35
34
34
32
30
39 2 5 32 33 113
WEST DIVISION
P W D L F A
40 29 10 1 95 39
40 23 9 8 104 53
Pts
97
78
Arlesey Tn
Taunton Tn
Salisbury
11
Evesham Utd
Wimborne Tn
Swindon S’marine
Bristol Mnr Farm
41
40
41
40
22
21
20
20
7
8
11
9
12
11
10
11
72
95
83
81
53
56
54
56
73
71
71
69
Cirencester Tn
Bideford
AFC Totton
Didcot Tn
Winchester City
Kidlington
Yate Town
Cinderford Tn
Larkhall Ath
Mangotsfield Utd
Paulton Rov
+Shortwood Utd
Slimbridge
North Leigh
Barnstaple Tn
40
39
41
39
40
39
40
37
39
41
40
37
40
38
40
20
19
19
18
17
13
13
12
12
10
10
9
9
9
7
7
9
9
10
10
11
14
12
5
10
7
10
8
7
8
13
11
13
11
13
15
13
13
22
21
23
18
23
22
25
88 73
73 54
65 48
80 61
72 62
70 62
70 73
68 60
62 73
51 84
56 74
57 107
54 116
47 77
52 97
67
66
66
64
61
50
50
48
41
40
37
37
35
34
29
Bishops Cl
40 7 3 30 40 103 24
+ withdrawing from league
UHSLPORT HELLENIC LEAGUE
PREMIER DIVISION
P W D L F A Pts
Thatcham Tn
37 30 5 2 127 25 95
EQUALISER: Felipe Barcelos calmly slots the ball under Charlie Searle after latching on to a poor backpass to level for Didcot Town, but Salisbury
went on to earn a 2-1 victory in the West Division clash
Pictures: Roger Neal
Kidlington could have still earned a
draw late on, but Odhiambo was denied.
Kidlington: Warrell, Quainton, Castle, Brown (Browne
30), Organ, E Odhiambo, Benjamin, Gabbidon, A
Odhiambo, Coyle (McDonagh 65), Martin. Subs not
used: Williams, Osborne-Ricketts.
Attendance: 280.
North Leigh fell to a 2-0 defeat at
Winchester City.
Didcot Tn: Bedwell, Jeacock, McNeill, Hayden, Cattell,
Learoyd, Agyakwa (Reid 65), Barder, Barcelos, Thomas
(McNish 56), Williams (Humphries 70). Subs not used:
Joyce, Woodley.
Attendance: 759.
Kidlington suffered a 3-2 defeat at
Cirencester United.
The visitors opened the scoring after five minutes when Declan Benjamin fired into the bottom corner of
the net.
Kidlington’s Ben Brown was forced
off with a knee injury on the halfhour mark and within minutes of the
centre back’s departure, Cirencester
levelled through Alexandru Albert’s
header.
Duran Martin restored Kidlington’s lead on 50 minutes, before Anaclet Odhiambo missed two clear cut
chances for the visitors.
They were made to pay as Ben
Whitehead levelled before Aidan
Bennett made it 3-2.
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ON THE RUN: Didcot’s George Jeacock brings the ball forward
Rob Carr’s superb free-kick put the
home side into a 23rd minute lead,
before Oli Bailey made the points
safe late on by lobbing goalkeeper
Ross Grimshaw.
In the East Division, Thame United scored three goals in six secondhalf minutes to earn a 3-1 win at
Northwood.
The visitors thought they had taken an early lead only for Jamie Essex
to be denied by the offside flag.
Dan West then saw an effort tipped
over, before Lynton Goss was denied
as Thame started brightly.
But they fell behind on 21 minutes
when Liam Tack committed a foul in
the penalty area and Jermain Osei
scored from the penalty spot.
Thame pressed, but had to wait
until the 72nd minute to level when
Goss fired home.
They took the lead three minutes
later, Tom Ashworth firing home
following a scramble, before James
McGowan headed in to make it 3-1 on
78 minutes.
Thame Utd: Hill, Mepham, Lynn, Essex (Murray),
McGowan, Ashworth, Tack (Evans), Goss, Sturgess,
West, Ricketts (Morris).
Attendance: 121.
Bracknell Tn
Highworth Tn
Wantage Tn
Flackwell Heath
Brimscombe & T
Binfield
Longlevens
Tuffley Rov
Windsor
Ox City Noms
Abingdon Utd
Ascot Utd
Brackley Tn Snts
Wootton Bassett
Lydney Tn
35
38
36
36
36
38
37
35
35
37
37
38
35
37
34
29
28
27
21
21
19
13
13
13
14
10
12
11
11
8
2
4
3
7
3
7
8
7
6
2
10
4
6
6
6
4 112 26
6 113 50
6 86 36
8 86 54
12 70 55
12 82 76
16 60 77
15 47 59
16 67 72
21 72 81
17 59 77
22 54 82
18 66 60
20 42 82
20 42 76
Highmoor Ibis
Fairford Tn
Woodley Utd
*Burnham
36 7 8 21
36 6 9 21
35 5 8 22
36 6 5 25
DIVISION 1 EAST
P W D L
Bicester Tn
24 17 3 4
22 16 4 2
Virginia Water
52 93
57 94
29 73
31 106
Penn & Tylers Gn 24 15 3 6
Sandhurst Tn
24 14 3 7
Holyport
23 12 3 8
Wokingham & E
23 12 2 9
Wallingford Tn 24 10 6 8
Thame Rngrs
22 9 2 11
23 6 3 14
Chalfont Wasps
Didcot Tn Res
24 3 11 10
24 5 4 15
Chinnor
AFC Aldermaston 21 4 5 12
Milton Utd
24 2 3 19
DIVISION 1 WEST
P W D L
25 18 2 5
Ardley Utd
Shrivenham
25 16 3 6
59
66
60
56
39
42
30
36
26
30
22
Easington Spts
Cirencester Tn Dev
North Leigh Utd
Pewsey Vale
Clanfield 85
Letcombe
Headington Ams
*Cheltenham Sars
Kidlington Res
Woodstock Tn
New College
Tytherington Rocks
*points deducted
69 29
63 38
46 27
64 35
62 37
55 51
54 44
48 51
42 40
41 83
22 103
17 147
24
25
24
24
25
25
25
24
24
26
25
25
15
14
13
13
12
12
12
10
7
6
2
0
3
4
5
4
4
4
1
5
6
4
1
0
6
7
6
7
9
9
12
9
11
16
22
25
89
88
84
70
66
64
47
46
45
44
40
40
39
39
30
29
27
23
20
F A Pts
61 31 54
56 25 52
34
37
46
38
38
62
53
42
57
54
66
48
45
39
38
36
29
21
20
19
17
9
F A Pts
99 32 56
73 38 51
48
46
44
43
40
40
37
32
27
22
7
0
38 OXFORD MAIL
Monday, April 23, 2018
oxfordmail.co.uk/sport
SIMON EASTWOOD
Two huge saves to set up the victory either
side of Henry’s goal. MAN OF THE MATCH
TODD KANE
Not easy against the pacy Kongolo, but
contributed at both ends
ROB DICKIE
Aside from a couple of nervy moments,
did well again. BOOKED
JOHN MOUSINHO
Relatively trouble-free afternoon,
finished in midfield
JOSH RUFFELS
Did well at full back, his height was
an asset on defensive set-pieces
CAMERON BRANNAGAN
Played intelligently to sense danger
and keep Rovers at bay. BOOKED
ALEX MOWATT
Struggled to make an impact against
his hometown club
RYAN LEDSON
Energetic as ever, but added the
quality with the assist for Henry
JOE ROTHWELL
Found it difficult to get into the game
before coming off
WES THOMAS
Chased plenty of lost causes, but
snatched at his one big chance
JON OBIKA
Forced one save, but needs to deliver
more on the ball
SUBSTITUTES
8
7
7
7
7
7
5
7
6
5
5
8
Henry (Mowatt 56)
Absolutely critical goal, has been a
leader when United needed one
Nelson (Rothwell 76)
Hall (Obika 90)
Not used: Shearer, Martin, Ricardinho, Van
Kessel
DONCASTER ROV (4-4-2)
Marosi, Alcock (Kiwomya 86), Butler, Baudry,
Mason, McCullough, Blair, Kongolo (Houghton
70), Whiteman, Marquis, May (Williams 74).
Unused subs: Lawlor, Anderson, Boyle, Amos.
Booked: Baudry.
STAT ATTACK
SHOTS ON
Doncaster 6
Oxford Utd 3
SHOTS OFF
Doncaster 3
Oxford Utd 4
CORNERS
Doncaster 7
Oxford Utd 5
OFFSIDE
Doncaster 4
Oxford Utd 2
REFEREE
Martin Coy
(County Durham)
ATTENDANCE
8,255
(1,018 visitors)
MEN OF THE MOMENT: Man of the match Simon Eastwood and goalscorer James Henry celebrate at the full-time whistle
Go online for our match picture gallery at oxfordmail.co.uk/pictures
PLAYERS’ RATINGS
OXFORD UTD (4-4-2)
0
1
Pictures: By James Williamson
Doncaster
Oxford
Utd
(Henry 63)
HOTSHOTS
THE BIG MATCH
BATTLE: Josh Ruffels tussles with Doncaster’s Alfie May
CRUCIAL WIN: Curtis Nelson cannot hide his delight at the result
HUGE FOLLOWING: United’s 1,018 fans were in full voice
Eastwood hails U’s tactical nous
SIMON Eastwood believes Oxford
United’s improvements in game
management have been key to them
pulling away from relegation trouble.
The goalkeeper has been
overworked this season, but the U’s
have conceded just two goals in the
last four games.
Their second win in that run came
with a 1-0 victory at Doncaster Rovers,
courtesy of James Henry’s header,
which should be enough to preserve
the club’s status in Sky Bet League
One.
While United did not adopt the same
spoiling tactics used as they were
edged out by leaders Wigan Athletic
last week, Karl Robinson’s side did
slow the game when required at
Doncaster.
Eastwood said: “I think we’ve
managed it well.
“A lot of lads haven’t done this
before, like the time-wasting we used
at Wigan and worked it to our
advantage to stay in the game for as
long as we could.
“The other night we were very
unlucky but we made sure we stayed
in the game as long as we could (at
Doncaster) and luckily Jamo could
nick it.”
United still needed Eastwood to be
on top of his game to keep a clean
sheet and he made superb stops to
thwart Matty Blair and John Marquis.
“They were good saves,” he said.
“I think the (better) one was in the
second half where it came across the
box and he (Blair) had the whole goal
to shoot at and I just tried to make
myself as big as possible.
“Luckily I dived the right way and
made the save.”
The stops meant Eastwood and his
teammates could celebrate at the
final whistle with the 1,018 fans who
had made the journey north.
United’s No 1 said: “Credit to them,
it’s a long way.
“When the players needed the fans
to get behind them, they came in their
numbers and showed their support.
“It shows what a good club it is.”
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OXFORD MAIL
39
THE BIG MATCH
THUMBS-UP: Karl Robinson
Robinson
rotation
rewarded
MATCH-WINNER: James Henry stoops to head home the only goal of the game to give Oxford United a vital victory at Doncaster
United send big following
home happy with vital win
It’s almost job Don as Henry’s header seals crucial victory
AFTER seeing several opportunities to get safe slip through
their fingers in recent weeks,
Oxford United finally took a
chance.
While they should never have been
in this position, a failure to beat Doncaster Rovers would have set up a
tense final fortnight of the season.
But when they needed someone to
step up – James Henry again delivered.
The midfielder is rapidly becoming a talisman, having scored in all
four of United’s wins since January
6 and here he showed the rest of the
side’s attacking players just how it
was done.
After an hour of the U’s fumbling
around the box and snatching at
chances, the substitute took just seven minutes to get in front of his marker and power a diving header into the
net.
The 1,018 travelling fans behind the
goal went wild – they know a big moment when they see one.
United still had to ride their luck,
but they emerged from an anxious
finish unscathed to celebrate three
precious points in the Yorkshire sunshine.
Security is not yet assured, but their
total of 53 points and the best goal difference of the struggling sides means
only the mathematicians think the
U’s can still go down.
The victory was vindication for Karl
Robinson’s bold plan for the week –
David
Pritchard
dpritchard@nqo.com
and the four key players he rested for
the midweek trip to Wigan Athletic
returned.
Henry, who had been troubled by a
back injury, was only fit enough for
the bench, but Wes Thomas and Jon
Obika were back as a front two, while
John Mousinho took Curtis Nelson’s
place and his armband.
It also meant the defensive approach
from midweek was ditched and the
visitors got on the front foot.
They forced two early set piece
chances around the Rovers box, but
Alex Mowatt saw his delivery headed away and Cameron Brannagan
smashed his into the wall.
It summed up the half for United,
who had plenty of the ball around the
Rovers box without finding the killer
pass.
On a hard pitch at the Keepmoat Stadium, it was a day for keeping things
simple, but both sides were guilty of
over-intricate approach play.
United’s clearest chance before
the break arrived on 12 minutes, but
when Todd Kane’s cross ricocheted
to Thomas, the striker scuffed his effort wide.
Rovers responded with the best opportunity of the half. With Rob Dickie out of position, Alfie May got into
DANCING WITH DELIGHT: James Henry
and Ryan Ledson celebrate United’s goal
the box, before letting United off the
hook with a poor poked finish which
Simon Eastwood blocked for a corner.
Obika had a downward header
saved by Rovers goalkeeper Marko
Marosi at the start of the second half,
but still United looked benign.
Instead, Rovers built up a head of
steam approaching the hour mark.
The dangerous John Marquis
glanced a header wide from Niall Ma-
son’s free-kick and the striker then
found the net from Ben Whiteman’s
cross, only to look up and see an offside flag.
With the next attack Matty Blair
should have buried Rodney Kongolo’s low cross, but from eight yards
his shot gave Eastwood a chance and
United’s No 1 parried.
It was one-way traffic, but out of nowhere United struck on the break.
Thomas spun on the halfway line to
give Ledson a chance to charge forward and cross left-footed for Henry,
whose diving header beat Marosi and
sent the traveling fans behind the goal
berserk.
United’s task now was simple – do
not concede in the remaining 27 minutes.
Nelson was brought on to help the
task, which pushed Mousinho into
midfield.
It was designed to make the visitors
more solid, but within a minute they
were caught open on the break.
Marquis was well-placed to equalise,
only to fire a rising shot which Eastwood tipped over the crossbar.
There were plenty of other nervous
moments in the closing stages, but
Andy Butler’s shot over the bar in the
six minutes of stoppage-time was Rovers’ last chance.
United have played far better and
lost this season, but a scrappy 1-0 win
all-but ensured they would return to
the Keepmoat Stadium in the third
tier next season.
KARL Robinson was relieved
to see his bold selection plan
pay off as one of the players
rested in midweek became
Oxford United’s match-winner
at Doncaster Rovers.
The head coach had
targeted the clash at the
Keepmoat Stadium, so left
four senior members of his
squad out for the trip to
leaders Wigan Athletic.
While they went down 1-0 at
the DW Stadium, the quartet
were fresh for a Rovers return
and James Henry came off the
bench to score a goal which
virtually assures the U’s safety
from relegation.
Robinson said: “As a
manager sometimes you have
to make brave decisions.
“Sometimes I’ve done it and
looked an absolute fool – it
doesn’t always work.
“It’s the fans’ job to get
involved emotionally, it’s our
job to get involved in a more
strategic manner with more
thought and guile to
everything we do.”
The U’s boss demanded
another high-intensity display
and showed his faith in the
players by abandoning the
As a manager
sometimes
you have to
make brave
decisions
technology used to track their
work rate.
He said: “We were in the
huddle before the game and I
said ‘take your GPS belts off. I
trust you , let’s go old school’.
“I knew I didn’t need that to
show how hard my players
were going to work.
“The worst thing is they’ve
said ‘now we’ve won can we
have them off every week’?”
Despite taking the lead,
United had to endure a nervy
finale as the home side
pushed for an equaliser.
And Robinson admitted to
feeling a powerful sense of
déjà vu after his visit in
February when he was in
charge of Charlton Athletic.
He said: “We were winning
1-0, six minutes got added on
and Doncaster scored with the
last kick of the game.
“I was in that same dugout
praying it didn’t happen again.
I’m so proud of my players
and the mentality we had.”
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Monday, April 23, 2018
United on brink of mathematical safety after Doncaster win
David
Pritchard
dpritchard@nqo.com
JAMES Henry ensured Oxford
United supporters can allbut stop worrying about relegation after scoring the only
goal at Doncaster Rovers.
But the midfielder will not get a
break from the sleepless nights – his
first child is due today.
James and Henry may prove popular names on the labour wards in
LATEST TABLE
SKY BET LEAGUE ONE
Pl W D L F A Pts
43 28 9 6 86 27 93
43 26 12 5 79 38 90
36
51
50
49
83
76
68
67
Plymouth Arg
Portsmouth
Peterborough Utd
Blackpool
Bradford C
Bristol Rov
Southend Utd
Doncaster Rov
Fleetwood Tn
Oxford Utd
Gillingham
AFC Wimbledon
Walsall
Oldham Ath
42
44
43
44
42
43
43
42
44
44
44
43
43
43
18
19
16
15
17
16
15
13
15
14
12
13
12
11
10
6
13
14
7
8
11
15
9
11
16
11
12
15
14
19
14
15
18
19
17
14
20
19
16
19
19
17
53
55
65
59
53
58
53
52
57
58
44
44
51
56
50
55
55
53
63
64
62
50
66
63
52
55
63
70
64
63
61
59
58
56
56
54
54
53
52
50
48
48
Rochdale
Northampton Tn
MK Dons
Bury
43 10 17 16 46
44 12 10 22 41
43 10 12 21 42
44 7 11 26 38
54
74
65
69
47
46
42
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Oxfordshire after the importance of
the substitute’s diving header at the
Keepmoat Stadium.
While the 1-0 victory does not
eliminate the U’s from the relegation battle, the odds of up to 80/1 offered by bookmakers on Karl Robinson’s side going down say it all.
Their 53-point total has been good
enough for third-tier survival in
every season since 1988/89.
JUBILATION: James Henry races to celebrate with the Oxford United fans after scoring the only goal of the game in Saturday’s 1-0 win at Doncaster
But while Henry believes it will
probably be enough, he is taking
nothing for granted with sides below still having games in hand.
He said: “I still want to be a League
One or higher player.
“No-one wants to be flirting with
the bottom of this league, so it’s nice
to get the three points and hopefully
we’ve done enough to stay up.
“I think a lot depends on Tuesday,
but it’s probably going to be record
points this season for the team that
goes down in that fourth spot.
“It’s in our own hands, that’s the
good thing.”
Henry was one of the senior players who were told to stay at home
and recharge their batteries by boss
Karl Robinson for last week’s visit
to leaders Wigan Athletic.
But it did not prove to be particularly restful, as the 28-year-old prepares for a new arrival.
He said: “We’re due a baby on
Monday so me and the missus went
out for one last meal, but unfortunately I had my phone out pretty
much the whole time.
“There wasn’t much talking going
on.
“I’m very excited and this is just a
small stepping stone to a nice summer hopefully.”
Henry’s header was his tenth goal
of the season, just one behind U’s
Picture: James Williamson
top-scorer Wes Thomas.
But the former Reading youngster
only found out he had put United in
front from the reaction of the away
fans behind the goal.
“To be totally honest I didn’t see
the ball go in the back of the net, because I had the defender in the way
after I headed it,” he said.
“But I heard the fans and that was
enough for me.”
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