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4REK TO THE DEEPEST PARTS OF THE
"OLIVIAN JUNGLES AND PEOPLE WILL
STILL KNOW THE NAME #LAUDIA #OMB
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4HE YEAROLD CYCLIST FROM %AST
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WHEN SHE FELL OFF HER BIKE BEFORE BE
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DECORATE A BIKE LEFT AT THE "OTLEY
2OAD JUNCTION OPPOSITE -C$ONALDÔS
AND FRIENDS ARE PLANNING A FESTIVAL
IN HER NAME
%VEN A REMOTE COMMUNITY IN
3OUTH !MERICA WAS LEFT REELING AT
THE NEWS AND REMEMBERS HER FOND
LY -S #OMBERTI WHO WAS A STUDENT
AT /XFORD 5NIVERSITYÔS 3CHOOL OF
'EOGRAPHY AND THE %NVIRONMENT
TRAVELLED THE WORLD AS PART OF HER
RESEARCH INTO HOW CLIMATE CHANGE
IS AFFECTING INDIGENOUS COMMUNI
TIES
)T WAS A CONTINUATION OF HER PRE
VIOUS WORK IN GEOGRAPHY AT #AM
BRIDGE 5NIVERSITY THROUGH WHICH
SHE TRAVELLED TO VARIOUS AREAS
ACROSS THE GLOBE
/NE PARTICULAR GROUP SHE VISITED
A HANDFUL OF TIMES WAS THE HIGHLY
REMOTE "OLIVIAN 4OROMONA PEOPLE
WHO LIVE NEAR THE UPPER -ADIDI AND
(EATH 2IVERS
,AST MONTH -S #OMBERTIÔS DAD
3EBASTIAN AND TWIN SISTER /LIVIA
VISITED TO SPREAD HER ASHES
-R #OMBERTI SAID Ö) WANTED TO
VISIT THE COMMUNITIES IN THE RAIN
FOREST ) AM NOT SURE WHY BUT ) JUST
FELT ) HAD TO
Ö) FELT VERY DRAWN THERE AS SHE
LOVED THE PLACE
Ö) WASNÔT SURE WHAT ) WAS LOOKING
FOR BUT AFTER FOUR PLANE RIDES A SIX
HOUR DRIVE A RIVER BOAT AND TREK
THROUGH THE RAINFOREST WE DISCOV
ERED THE MOST WONDERFUL COMMUNI
TIES WHO ALL MISSED #LAUDIA
Ö)T WAS QUITE EXTRAORDINARY TO
TRAVEL ALL THAT WAY AND ãND PEOPLE
STILL MISS HER AND SEE SHE HAD LEFT
SOME SORT OF LEGACY×
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! FAMILY WANTS PERMISSION TO
USE A STATIC MOBILE HOME TOURING
CARAVAN AND AMENITY BLOCK IN +ILN
,ANE 'ARSINGTON AS THEIR HOME
"UT RESIDENTS HAVE SAID ÓDISTURB
INGÔ NOISE AND VIBRATIONS OVER LAST
YEAR CAUSED BY TWO OTHER PLOTS IN
THE LANE OFF /XFORD 2OAD HAVE DIS
RUPTED THEM AND THEY DO NOT WANT
ANY EXTENSION OF THAT
/THERS SAID THAT BEFORE 3OUTH /X
FORDSHIRE $ISTRICT #OUNCIL 3/$#
GRANTED PERMISSION FOR OTHER TRAV
ELLERS TO LIVE THERE +ILN ,ANE WAS
A ÓQUIET BRIDLE WAY ENJOYED BY HOR
SERIDERS HIKERS DOG WALKERS AND
FAMILIES ALIKEÔ
.OW THEY COMPLAIN ÓTHERE ARE
BARELY ANY LOCALS WHO USE ;IT=Ô
3/$# PLANNING OFãCERS HAVE
$&( ( 01$(!5)(
WARNED THAT THE MOVE WOULD BE
ÓINAPPROPRIATEÔ IN THE 'REEN "ELT
4HEY ALSO WARN THAT EXCEPTIONAL
CIRCUMSTANCES ARE REQUIRED TO AL
LOW IT Ñ BUT THAT THEY HAVE BEEN
MET
!LTHOUGH DETAILS ARE SCANT A
CHILDÔS EXCEPTIONAL HEALTH REASONS
ARE SAID TO OVERRIDE ANY ENVIRON
MENTAL PROBLEMS THAT MIGHT BE
CAUSED BY THE DEVELOPMENT
4HE FAMILY WANTS TO LIVE IN +ILN
,ANE PERMANENTLY BUT THE COUNCIL
HAS SAID IT WOULD ONLY RECOMMEND
ALLOWING TEMPORARY PERMISSION
FOR THREE YEARS
)T PROVIDED THE AUTHORITY WITH
INFORMATION WHICH DETAIL ÓSIGNIã
CANT AND SERIOUS HEALTH PROBLEMSÔ
!N 3/$# REPORT NOTES Ö,ETTERS
FROM A HEALTH VISITOR FROM /XFORD
(EALTH .(3 ;&OUNDATION 4RUST=
SUPPORT THE NEED FOR THE FAMILY TO
LIVE DOWN +ILN ,ANE
Ö)T IS CONSIDERED IMPORTANT FOR
THE FAMILY TO LIVE DOWN ;THERE=
BY THE HEALTH VISITOR TO ALLOW THE
MOTHER TO PROVIDE THE NECESSARY
CARE TO LOOK AFTER HER CHILDREN )N
ADDITION THE SITE WOULD ALLOW FOR
THE AILED CHILD TO BENEãT FROM CON
TINUED MONITORING AND CARE IN
CLUDING VISITS FROM A COMMUNITY
CHILDRENÔS NURSE×
4HE PROJECT WAS SET TO BE DIS
CUSSED AT A 3/$# PLANNING MEET
ING ON LAST 7EDNESDAY EVENING
BUT THE DISCUSSION WAS DELAYED
SO COUNCILLORS COULD VISIT THE SITE
AHEAD OF A LATER MEETING
#OUNCIL OFãCERS NOTE THE ÓIMPACT
ON THE CHARACTER AND APPEARANCE
OF THE COUNTRYSIDEÔ COULD BE AFFECT
ED IF THE APPLICATION IS APPROVED
'ARSINGTON 0ARISH #OUNCIL HAS
OPPOSED THE APPLICATION )T HAS
SAID IT IS ÓINCOMPATIBLEÔ WITH CUR
RENT PLANNING POLICY AND THAT ÓNO
EXCEPTIONAL CIRCUMSTANCESÔ HAVE
BEEN DEMONSTRATED
)T SAID 3/$#ÔS PLANNING COMMIT
TEE HAS ÓNO AUTHORITY TO CREATE A DE
FACTO TRAVELLER SITE WITHOUT PUBLIC
CONSULTATIONÔ
/XFORDSHIRE #OUNTY #OUNCIL INI
TIALLY OBJECTED TO THE PROPOSAL TOO
BUT THEN CHANGED ITS MIND
)T SAID THE PROPOSAL WOULD ÓIN
CREASE VEHICLE MOVEMENTSÔ ALONG
+ILN ,ANE BUT THAT THOSE WOULD NOT
BE SIGNIãCANT ENOUGH TO RECOM
MEND THE PLAN IS REFUSED
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4HE PAIR WENT ON THE SAME
JOURNEY -S #OMBERTI WHO
ALSO HAS A BROTHER AND HALF
BROTHER MADE A HANDFUL OF
TIMES TO RESEARCH HOW THESE
COMMUNITIES HAVE TO ADAPT
TO CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE
PROBLEMS IT THROWS THEIR WAY
IN TERMS OF EXTREME äOODS OR
DROUGHTS
-R #OMBERTI SAID Ö3HE HAD
NOT JUST BEEN THERE AS A RE
SEARCHER SHE SAID PART OF HER
WORK WAS TO GET INVOLVED IN
THE COMMUNITY AND SEE HOW
THEY WORKED
Ö3HE WENT HUNTING HAR
VESTING AND REALLY LIVED
AMONG THEM WHICH MADE HER
VERY POPULAR Ñ SHE EVEN WAS
PART OF THE FOOTBALL TEAM
Ö4HEY JUST REALLY MISSED
HER AND SAID HOW THEY HAD
NEVER COME ACROSS ANYONE
QUITE LIKE HER×
4HE PAIR WERE TOLD COUNT
LESS TALES OF -S #OMBERTIÔS
ESCAPADES WITH THE GROUP
INCLUDING HER ãRST HUNTING
MISSION WHICH SHE INSISTED
ON JOINING DESPITE BEING A
WOMAN
4HE HUNT ENDED WITH -S
#OMBERTI TRIPPING AND SLIC
ING HER HAND WITH A MACHETE
AND BEING SENT OFF ON A ãVE
HOUR BOAT RIDE TO GET STITCHES
AT THE NEAREST MEDICAL CENTRE
/THER STORIES INCLUDED HOW
-S #OMBERTI WHO WAS A 4OT
TENHAM (OTSPUR FAN JOINED
IN WITH THE FOOTBALL TEAM OVER
THERE AND GOT STUCK INTO ALL
ASPECTS OF THEIR LIVES
&OLLOWING THE TRIP THE
#OMBERTI FAMILY GAVE THE
COMMUNITY -S #OMBERTIÔS
PERSONALISED 3PURS SHIRT AND
HAVE OFFERED TO PROVIDE A FOOT
BALL STRIP FOR THEM
4HEY ALSO PLAN TO HELP FUND
KIT FOR A MEDICAL CENTRE SO
THE NEXT PERSON THAT SLICES
THEIR HAND DOESNÔT HAVE TO GO
ON THE SAME ARDUOUS JOURNEY
FOR TREATMENT
! TRAVEL BURSARY WAS SET UP
LAST YEAR WITH THE 3CHOOL OF
'EOGRAPHY AND THE %NVIRON
MENT AS A TESTAMENT TO -S
#OMBERTIÔS PASSION FOR HER
RESEARCH AND HAS SINCE BEEN
AWARDED TO ANOTHER YOUNG
EXPLORER
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!N EXHIBITION OF THE GLOBE
TROTTERÔS WORK ALSO CURRENTLY
DECORATES A WALL AT THE SCHOOL
AND WILL BE ON SHOW THROUGH
OUT THE MONTH
4OM 4HORNTON ACADEMIC
SUPERVISOR TO -S #OMBERTI
SAID Ö3HE WAS AN ABSOLUTE
PLEASURE TO WORK WITH
Ö3HE WAS VERY DRIVEN AND
VERY MOTIVATED AND THE PHO
TOS REALLY SHOW HER CHARACTER
AND DRIVE AS WELL AS HER ãELD
WORK TRYING TO UNDERSTAND
THE ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
AND HOW COMMUNITIES ADAPT
TO THEM 4O DO THAT YOU NEED
THE BEST SCIENCE AND BEST LO
CAL KNOWLEDGE AND SHE EXEM
PLIãED THAT APPROACH AND THE
PHOTOS SHOW THAT COMMIT
MENT×
4HIS MONTH FRIENDS PLAN
TO CELEBRATE THE RESEARCHERÔS
LIFE WITH A &IESTA DE #LAUDIA
ON -AY AT (OGACRE #OM
MON 4HERE WILL BE CAMPING
MUSIC GAMES AND PEOPLE WILL
WEAR RED BANDANAS Ñ WHICH
HAVE BECOME A TRIBUTE TO -S
#OMBERTI AND DECORATE BIKES
AND TREES ACROSS THE WORLD
%LSEWHERE CYCLING GROUPS
INCLUDING "ROKEN 3POKE AND
#YCLOX ARE CONTINUING TO
PUSH FOR GREATER SAFETY MEAS
URES IN THE CITY AS PART OF A
Ó#LAUDIA #HARTERÔ
#YCLOX CHAIRMAN 3IMON
(UNT SAID Ö4HE CHARTER
LAUNCHED TOWARDS THE END
OF LAST YEAR WITH THREE MAIN
PRINCIPLES 7E WANT TO SEE
GREATER RESPECT FOR VULNER
ABLE ROAD USERS A POLITICAL
COMMITMENT TO INCREASE CY
CLE SAFETY AND FOR SAFER HIGH
WAYS FOR CYCLE USERS×
4HE TEAM ARE CURRENTLY
WORKING ON THE SPECIãC
CHANGES THEY ARE CALLING FOR
AND HOPE TO SEE IMPLEMENTED
ON /XFORDÔS ROADS
4HE CHARTER HAS SO FAR RE
CEIVED BACKING FROM /XFORD
5NIVERSITY AND /XFORD #ITY
#OUNCIL
-R #OMBERTI ADDED Ö)
THINK IT IS AN ABSOLUTE CREDIT
HER FRIENDS ARE KEEPING HER
MEMORY ALIVE SO STRONGLY
Ö3HE WAS A VERY LOVELY PER
SON WHO WAS INTERESTED IN
EVERYBODY AND EVERYTHING
Ö3HE COULDNÔT ABSORB LIFE
FAST ENOUGH AND WHAT SHE
CRAMMED INTO HER LIFE WAS
QUITE EXTRAORDINARY×
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)AN "LAKEMAN SAID THE RISE IN
ATTACKS ON STAFF AND PRISONERS
REVEALED IN ãGURES FROM THE -IN
ISTRY OF *USTICE WAS ALSO PARTLY
EXPLAINED BY BETTER REPORTING AND
THE PRISON HOUSING MORE VIOLENT
OFFENDERS
/F THE ASSAULTS RECORDED IN
WERE ON PRISON STAFF AT THE
JAIL NEAR "ICESTER
!ND WERE DEãNED AS SERIOUS
A CATEGORY WHICH INCLUDES SEXUAL
ASSAULTS AND THOSE WHERE VICTIMS
REQUIRED HOSPITAL INPATIENT TREAT
MENT
)T IS A SHARP RISE FROM WHEN
ASSAULTS WERE RECORDED AND REP
RESENTS AN INCREASE OF PER CENT
4HE NUMBERS ALSO REVEAL THAT CASES OF SELFHARM WERE RECORDED
IN (-0 "ULLINGDON LAST YEAR COM
PARED TO JUST IN -R "LAKEMAN SAID Ö! FEW FACTORS
BEHIND THAT IS THAT WE ARE GETTING A
DIFFERENT TYPE OF PRISONER NOW WE
ARE LOCKING UP MORE PEOPLE FOR VIO
LENT OFFENCES
Ö4HE CHALLENGES OF PSYCHOACTIVE
SUBSTANCES ARE ALSO VERY SIGNIã
CANT
Ö4HESE DRUGS SUCH AS 3PICE NOW
HAVE THE OPPOSITE EFFECT OF CALM
ING PEOPLE DOWN INSTEAD THEY CAN
MAKE PEOPLE INCREDIBLY VIOLENT
Ö0LUS WITH AN INCREASED PRESENCE
OF DRUGS IN SOCIETY THE MORE VIO
LENCE AND BULLYING GOES WITH THAT×
4HE TEAM AT (-0 "ULLINGDON
HAVE RECENTLY LAUNCHED A Ó3PICE
4ASK &ORCEÔ TO HELP TACKLE THE PROB
LEM WITH THE DRUG AND HAD SEEN A
DIFFERENCE IN THE PAST FEW WEEKS
-R "LAKEMAN SAID OFãCERS ALSO
NOW HAVE A WEEKLY MEETING TO AD
DRESS EACH VIOLENT INCIDENT AND THE
REASON BEHIND IT PLUS MORE STAFF
TRAINING ON DEALING WITH INCIDENTS
(E ALSO SAID A SHORTAGE OF PRISON
OFãCERS OVER RECENT YEARS HAD AN
IMPACT ON THE NUMBER OF INCIDENTS
BUT THIS WAS NOW BEING ADDRESSED
-R "LAKEMAN ADDED Ö7E ARE
RECRUITING MORE AND MORE STAFF
AND BY 3EPTEMBER WE SHOULD HAVE
ABOUT OFãCERS COMPARED TO
ABOUT TWO YEARS BACK Ñ ITÔS A
MASSIVE INCREASE )TÔS BEEN DIFãCULT
RIGHT ACROSS THE PRISON SERVICE THE
PAST FEW YEARS AND WE HAVENÔT SEEN
THE WIDESPREAD DISORDER AND DONE
WELL TO CONTAIN IT
Ö7E ARE ALL FEELING A LOT MORE OP
TIMISTIC THAN WE HAVE DONE IN THE
YEARS PROCEEDING THIS×
4HE )NDEPENDENT -ONITORING
"OARD )-" WHICH CARRIED OUT
ALMOST VISITS TO THE PRISON LAST
YEAR IN AN /CTOBER REPORT SAID RE
CRUITMENT WAS ÓCRUCIALÔ TO REVERS
ING WHAT HAD BECOME ÓTHE MOST VOL
ATILE ENVIRONMENT FOR MANY YEARSÔ
AT THE PRISON
/NE SELFINäICTED DEATH WAS RE
CORDED IN "ULLINGDON IN A
DEãNITION WHICH INCLUDES SUICIDES
AND ACCIDENTAL DEATHS THROUGH SELF
HARM
!CROSS PRISONS IN %NGLAND AND
7ALES NEARLY ASSAULTS WERE
RECORDED LAST YEAR MORE THAN DOU
BLE THE NUMBER IN 3ELFHARM
ALSO INCREASED BY PER CENT OVER
THE SAME ãVEYEAR PERIOD WITH
NEARLY CASES IN *USTICE 3ECRETARY $AVID 'AUKE
SAID Ö4HE LEVELS OF VIOLENCE SUI
CIDE AND SELFHARM IN OUR PRISONS
ARE FAR TOO HIGH AND WE ARE TAK
ING URGENT ACTION TO ADDRESS THESE
PROBLEMS×
(E SAID ATTACKS ON STAFF WOULD
ÓNEVER BE TOLERATEDÔ AND TOOLS SUCH
AS BODY CAMERAS AND ÓPOLICE STYLEÔ
HANDCUFFS WERE BEING ROLLED OUT AS
WELL AS EXTRA OFãCERS
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2ESIDENTS WERE YESTERDAY
ATTEMPTING TO PROCESS THE
DRAMATIC EVENTS OF "ANK (OL
IDAY -ONDAY AS THEY WERE
ãNALLY LET BACK INTO THEIR
HOMES IN 0ARADISE 3QUARE IN
THE CENTRE OF /XFORD
)N THE EARLY HOURS OF THE
MORNING AFTER MORE THAN
HOURS OF NEGOTIATIONS OF
ãCERS RESOLVED A STANDOFF
WHICH HAD SEEN SHOTS ãRED
FROM INSIDE THE HOME
! YEAROLD MAN WAS AR
RESTED ON SUSPICION OF AT
TEMPTED MURDER IN CONNEC
TION WITH THE INCIDENT AND
REMAINED IN POLICE CUSTODY
AS THE WENT TO
PRINT
.EIGHBOURS TOLD THIS PAPER
OF THEIR CONFUSION AND FEAR
AFTER THE EVENTS WHICH SAW
ONE PERSON TREATED FOR MINOR
INJURES
-UMOFTHREE
"ARBARA
#HAPMAN WAS EATING LUNCH
WITH HER THREE CHILDREN AGED
ãVE AND IN THEIR HOME
IN 0ARADISE 3QUARE WHEN
THEY HEARD THE SHOTS RING OUT
3HE SAID Ö7E WERE ACTUALLY
QUITE CALM AND COLLECTED
Ö)T SEEMED TOTALLY UNREAL Ñ
LIKE SOMETHING OFF THE 46
Ö)T WAS SCARY BUT WE WERE
IN A STATE OF DISBELIEF AND THE
ADRENALINE KEPT US GOING
Ö)ÔD NEVER HEARD GUNãRE
BEFORE BUT WE KNEW WHAT IT
WAS INSTANTLY )T SOUNDED LIKE
VERY LOUD ãREWORKS
Ö7E TRIED TO CARRY ON EATING
AS NORMAL WHICH SEEMS RIDIC
ULOUS NOW
Ö)T IS ONLY REALLY BEGINNING
TO SINK IN×
!FTER TWO HOURS OF BEING
TRAPPED INSIDE THE HOME THE
FAMILY DECIDED TO LEAVE DUR
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ERS HAD BEEN EVACUATED AT
AROUND PM SO WE WERE GLAD
WE GOT OUT WHEN WE DID×
7HEN THE CORDON WAS LIFT
ED THE FAMILY WERE ABLE TO
GET BACK INTO THEIR HOUSE TO
QUICKLY COLLECT UNIFORM AND
SUPPLIES BEFORE THE CHILDREN
WERE TAKEN TO SCHOOL
! YEAROLD WHO LIVES ON
THE STREET AND ASKED NOT TO BE
NAMED SAID HE AND HIS FOUR
CHILDREN HAD SPENT THE NIGHT
AT THE 0EAR 4REE 4RAVELODGE
(E HAD BEEN IN HIS HOUSE
DURING THE AFTERNOON WHEN
HE HEARD SHOTS ãRED BUT IT
WASNÔT UNTIL PM THAT AN
ARMED OFãCER TOLD HIM HE
HAD TO LEAVE
,ATER HIS FAMILY WAS TAKEN
TO THE 3T !LDATEÔS 0OLICE 3TA
TION WHILE COUNCIL STAFF SORT
ED OUT ACCOMMODATION
4HE MAN SAID HIS CHILDREN
HAD STRUGGLED TO SLEEP AND HE
HAD LEFT IN A HURRY WITHOUT
HIS WALLET OR ANY BABY MILK
FOR HIS SEVENWEEKOLD SON
(E PRAISED EMERGENCY SER
VICES STAFF FOR THEIR HELP
!NOTHER NEIGHBOUR WAS AT
WORK WHEN HE BEGAN RECEIV
ING TEXTS FROM FRIENDS ASKING
IF HE WAS OK
(E CALLED POLICE WHO TOLD
HIM HE WOULDNÔT BE ABLE TO
GO HOME SO SPENT THE NIGHT AT
WORK
7HEN ENTERING HIS äAT FOR
THE ãRST TIME SINCE THE INCI
DENT HE SAID Ö)TÔS CERTAINLY
LEFT ME VERY WORRIED
Ö)ÔM NEW TO /XFORD AND
NEVER EXPECTED ANYTHING LIKE
THIS TO HAPPEN HERE ITÔS VERY
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4HE "OOK (OUSE IN 3OUTH 0A
RADE WHICH ãRST OPENED IN WILL CLOSE ITS DOORS FOR GOOD ON
*UNE 4HE 3UMMERTOWN SHOP STAFF
SAID THE DECISION WAS MADE WITH
ÓGREAT SADNESSÔ AND ADDED ALL OF ITS
CUSTOMERS WOULD BE MISSED
)TS SISTER SHOP IN 4HAME Ñ FOUND
ED IN INITIALLY AS 4HE 2ED
(OUSE AND ALSO OWNED BY WELL
KNOWN BOOKSELLER "RIAN 0ATTINSON
Ñ WILL REMAIN OPEN AND WILL ACCEPT
ANY UNUSED LOYALTY VOUCHERS FROM
THE 3UMMERTOWN BRANCH
4HE "OOK (OUSE MANAGEMENT
TEAM REVEALED THE CLOSURE ON ITS
&ACEBOOK PAGE AND THANKED ITS
CUSTOMERS FOR THEIR LOYALTY
4HEY SAID Ö4HE "OOK (OUSE
WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL OUR CUSTOM
ERS FOR THEIR SUPPORT OVER YEARS
IN 3UMMERTOWN
Ö)T IS WITH GREAT SADNESS THAT WE
ARE CLOSING OUR DOORS AND SAYING
ÖGOODBYE× TO THOSE FRIENDSHIPS WE
HAVE ALL FORMED OVER THOSE YEARS×
*OINT MANAGER 2ENEE (OLLER SAID
THE CLOSURE WAS DOWN TO A ÓCOM
BINATION OF THINGSÔ SUCH AS RENTS
BUSINESS RATES THE RISE OF !MAZON
AND A REDUCTION IN FOOTFALL
4HE 'ERMANBORN AUTHOR TOLD
THE IN THAT IT
WAS BECOMING MORE DIFãCULT FOR
THE SHOP DUE TO THE RISE IN ON
LINE OFFERS AND ALSO THE POPULAR
ITY OF +INDLE Ñ A HANDHELD DEVICE
FOR READING BOOKS $ESPITE SAYING
THEY WOULD BE STICKING AROUND
FOR YEARS TO COME THREE YEARS ON
AND THE POPULAR LONGSERVING SHOP
WILL BRING AN END TO ITS STINT ON THE
HIGH STREET
"ESTSELLING AUTHOR 0HILIP 0ULL
MAN LAMENTED ITS LOSS
(E SAID Ö)TÔS A VERY A SAD DAY FOR
3UMMERTOWN ITÔS A FANTASTIC BOOK
SHOP IF ) STILL LIVED NEARBY ) WOULD
BE USING IT THE WHOLE TIME
Ö)TÔS SAD FOR /XFORD AS WELL WHICH
HAS LOST ANOTHER GOOD BOOK SHOP TO
ONLINE BOOK SELLING×
6IENNA BOOKSTORE "UCHHAND
LUNG +UNTERBUCH SENT ITS SUPPORT
AND CONDOLENCES ALL THE WAY FROM
!USTRIA
"USINESSES CLOSER TO HOME ALSO
HIT OUT AT THE DIFãCULT CLIMATE FOR
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RIORS FURTHER ALONG 3OUTH 0ARADE
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ITS INDEPENDENT CHARACTER BECAUSE
OF STUPID RENTS AND RATES
Ö'OOD LUCK TO THE "OOK (OUSE
FOLKS IN 4HAME×
/WNER AND MANAGER OF *OEÔS
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STREETSÔ ONLY POPULATED BY CHAINS
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FALLING TRADE PLUS FAVOURING CHAINS
AGAINST INDEPENDENTS WILL NAIL THE
COFãN SHUT×
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! " "" 3T 'REGORY THE 'REAT #ATH
OLIC 3CHOOL IN %AST /XFORD
SENT LETTERS TO PARENTS STATING
PRINCIPAL -ARCELLA -C#ARTHY
AND VICE PRINCIPAL 2ODGER
#ASEBY HAD LEFT THE SCHOOL
WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT
4HE REVELATION COMES FOUR
MONTHS AFTER THE SCHOOL TOLD
FAMILIES THE PAIR WERE ÓON
LEAVEÔ INDEãNITELY PROMPTING
CONFUSION ABOUT WHY THEY LEFT
AND IF THEY WOULD RETURN
4HE ALLTHROUGH SCHOOL IN
#RICKET 2OAD IS STILL IN SPECIAL
MEASURES AFTER /FSTED RATED IT
ÓINADEQUATEÔ IN -AY ! LETTER SENT TO PARENTS BY
$R -C#ARTHY ON &RIDAY SAID
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LIBERATION ) HAVE DECIDED TO
STEP DOWN FROM THE POST OF
PRINCIPAL WITH EFFECT FROM
!PRIL ;LAST -ONDAY=
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SCHOOL WILL BENEãT FROM FRESH
LEADERSHIP AS IT BUILDS ON ITS
SUCCESSES AND MOVES TOWARDS
GOOD AND THEN OUTSTANDING
Ö3T 'REGORY THE 'REAT HAS
A FANTASTIC BODY OF STAFF
AND STUDENTS AND ) WILL BE
WATCHING AND PRAYING FOR THE
SCHOOLÔS CONTINUED äOURISH
ING IN THE COMING YEARS×
4HE ANNOUNCEMENT COIN
CIDED WITH A TWODAY INSPEC
TION AT THE SCHOOL LAST WEEK
IN WHICH /FSTED MONITORED
PROGRESS SINCE ITS LAST CHECK
UP VISIT IN *ANUARY
0REVIOUSLY /FSTED PRAISED
ÓTIRELESSÔ EFFORTS OF TEACHING
STAFF BUT CRITICISED THE $OMI
NIC "ARBERI -ULTI !CADEMY
#OMPANY $"-!# WHICH
RUNS THE SCHOOL
4HE RESULT OF LAST WEEKÔS
INSPECTION WILL LIKELY NOT BE
PUBLISHED FOR SEVERAL WEEKS
0ARENTS OF CHILDREN AT
PUPIL 3T 'REGÔS ALSO RE
CEIVED A LETTER ON &RIDAY FROM
$AVID &ORSTER CHAIR OF GOVER
NORS AT THE $"-!#
(E THANKED $R -C#ARTHY
FOR SERVING THE SCHOOL ÓLOY
ALLYÔ FOR THREE YEARS HAVING
PREVIOUSLY BEEN DEPUTY HEAD
-R &OSTER ANNOUNCED $R
#ASEBY ALSO LEFT THE SCHOOL
AT THE END OF !PRIL ADDING
Ö7E WISH THEM ALL THE BEST IN
THEIR FUTURE ENDEAVOURS×
(E SAID &RASER ,ONG EXECU
TIVE PRINCIPAL OF THE $"-!#
WILL ÓSUPPORT THE TRANSITIONÔ
WHILE THEY RECRUIT FOR PERMA
NENT REPLACEMENTS
%LIZABETH ,UTZEIER AN EDU
CATOR DRAFTED IN AFTER THE /FSTED WILL CONTINUE TO DRIVE
IMPROVEMENTS AT THE SCHOOL
#OUNTY COUNCILLOR *OHN
(OWSON NOTED THE LONG PE
RIOD IN WHICH PARENTS WERE
LEFT IN THE DARK ADDING Ö4HE
WHOLE THING REMAINS AN ENIG
MA SHROUDED IN MYSTERY
Ö)T SHOWS A WHOLE LACK OF
DEMOCRATIC CONTROL×
0AUL #ONCANNON A DIRECTOR
AT THE $"-!# SAID CONãDEN
TIALITY HAD RESTRICTED WHAT
THE SCHOOL COULD SAY
(E ADDED Ö7E CAN NOW
COMMUNICATE PROPERLY TO
PARENTS Ñ THERE WAS A BIT OF
A VOID FOR VERY GOOD REASONS
AND NOW WE CAN MOVE ON AND
ACCELERATE IMPROVEMENTS
Ö4HERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO
DOUBT WE CAN GIVE STUDENTS
AT 3T 'REGÔS THE EDUCATION
THEY DESERVE 4HERE ARE A LOT
OF PEOPLE WORKING INCREDIBLY
HARD AND THERE HAVE BEEN
MASSIVE IMPROVEMENTS IN
KEY AREAS×
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HANDED THE ãREARM TO SON 4HOMAS
AND TOLD HIM TO TELL POLICE HE WAS
THE ONE WHO PULLED THE TRIGGER OUT
SIDE THEIR HOME NEAR !CCRINGTON
,ANCASHIRE LAST /CTOBER
4HOMAS MADE THE FAKE CONFES
SION AND HIS FATHER STAYED SILENT AS
THE TEENAGER WAS ARRESTED AND LED
AWAY IN HANDCUFFS
4HE TEENAGER LATER CHANGED HIS
ACCOUNT OF THE INCIDENT IN "AR
NARD #LOSE /SWALDTWISTLE AND
TOLD POLICE THAT HIS FATHER WAS IN
FACT THE SHOOTER BUT THE DEFENDANT
MAINTAINED HIS INNOCENCE
,AST WEEK -OSELEY WAS FOUND
GUILTY OF MURDER BY A JURY AT 0RES
TON #ROWN #OURT FOLLOWING A THREE
WEEK TRIAL 9ESTERDAY AT THE SAME
COURT HE WAS JAILED FOR LIFE AND OR
DERED TO SERVE A MINIMUM TERM OF
YEARS
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WITH HIS PARTNER +ATE 0HELAN AND HER YEARSON 7ESLEY -ET
CALFE TO CONFRONT 4HOMAS OVER AN
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SCHOOLBOYS
7ITNESSES SAID -S 0HELAN
BANGED ON THE FRONT WINDOWS AND
-R (OLT KICKED THE FRONT DOOR AS
THEY SHOUTED FOR THE -OSELEYS TO
COME OUT
-ATTHEW -OSELEY OPENED THE
FRONT DOOR AFTER HE HAD LOADED A
SEMIAUTOMATIC "ERETTA SHOTGUN
AND BLASTED -R (OLT ONCE IN CHEST
FROM UP TO FT M AWAY
0ASSING SENTENCE -R *USTICE
"RYAN TOLD THE DEFENDANT Ö4HERE
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YEAROLD SON 4HOMAS Ñ ITSELF AN
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AN ONGOING VOLATILE SITUATION
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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.
Down
Across
1. The teacher takes care
of the geniuses (11)
9. An impetuous one with
fevered brow? (7)
10. Offering more security
from strange fears (5)
11 & 17Dn. Initial piece of
instruction used in the
services (5,6)
2. Change later (5)
3. This provides support for
the displayed settler (7)
4. I’d be in the arena on
horseback (6)
5. Implant at home and fix in
the garden (5)
6. Put out of countenance?
(7)
7. Isn’t he after different
composition of music and
painting, for example?
(3,4,4)
8. Commercial mail for
outlying business centre
(7,4)
14. In Sumatra I need an
apprentice... (7)
12. Observed description of
16. ...a learner leaving the
plain cake! (7)
Antipodes for this country!
13. Caught fish and made a
(7)
clear profit (6)
17. See 11 Across
15. Would you mind
19. Make due arrangement for
repeating the
the fraternity (5)
reprieve? (6)
21. A forte for describing how
18. Somehow do a meal
speech is delivered (5)
according to style (1,2,4)
L
A
QUICK CLUES
Across
1. Device (11)
9. Pariah (7)
10. Feel (5)
11. Of the country (5)
12. Shorten (7)
13. Withdraw (6)
15. Grovelling (6)
18. Great musician (7)
20. Kingly (5)
22. At no time (5)
23. Lunacy (7)
24. Plight (11)
Down
2. Exterior (5)
3. Drawn (7)
4. Whole (6)
5. Following (5)
6. Valour (7)
7. Sustenance (11)
8. Stamp collector
(11)
14. Chopper (7)
16. Tedium (7)
17. Of the universe (6)
19. Fatigued (5)
21. Verdant (5)
Hard
1
14
2
15
3
16
4
17
5
18
6
19
7
20
8
21
9
22
10
23
11
24
12
25
13
26
S
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ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
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
3451
gives a girl’s name;
21769
gives a second girl’s name;
845461 gives a third girl’s name.
2
3
4
E
5
E
D N
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
12
6
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Nought
Cry of pain
Chop wildly
Type
Not alive
Consider
Unmarried
woman
8. Cast off
5
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Rush
Cure
Luxuriant
Snake sound
Broth
Tablet
Weaving machine
Offend
Keyword clue: A English county
Previous day’s solutions
DOUBLE CROSSWORD:
Cryptic: Across: 1
Wardrobe; 5 Pomp; 9
Ogre; 10 Dowagers;
11 Abase; 12
Emanate; 13 Carrier
pigeon; 18 Tiresome;
19 Norm; 20 Andiron;
21 Prime; 22 Sash;
23 Deadline. Down:
2 Algebra; 3 Dresser;
4 Broken romance; 6
Operate; 7 Postern; 8
Salami; 13 Cutlass; 14
Reredos; 15 Insure; 16
General; 17 Oarsman.
Quick: Across: 1
Prohibit; 5 Reel; 9
Loss; 10 Strategy; 11
Stray; 12 Nominal;
13 Traditionally;
18 Profound; 19
Ring; 20 On trial; 21
Bogus; 22 Deed; 23
Symmetry. Down: 2
Rooster; 3 Husband; 4
Intentionally; 6 Eternal;
7 Loyalty; 8 Layman;
13 Tiptoed; 14
Apostle; 15 Ironic; 16
Air hole; 17 Languor.
WORD WHEEL:
JAILBREAK.
6
E
M
13
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
I
How you rate:
25, average; 35, good;
45, very good; 60 or more, excellent.
CODEWORD
Medium
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20. Clear-cut description of
doubtful practices (5)
22. Used a pitchfork? (5)
23. Do they enlarge
on selections from
textbooks? (7)
24. Aural devices assist in the
trials (7,4)
CRYPTIC CLUES
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CODEWORD: 1=W, 2=C,
3=T, 4=L, 5=Y, 6=N,
7=E, 8=P, 9=X, 10=B,
11=V, 12=D, 13=H,
14=K, 15=M, 16=R,
17=O, 18=S, 19=A,
20=U, 21=J, 22=I,
23=F, 24=Z, 25=G,
26=Q
NINER:
UNMATCHED
WORD SPIRAL: 1 Alas; 2
Stew; 3 Waif; 4 Fame; 5
Easy; 6 Yard; 7 Disc; 8
Clad; 9 Drew; 10 Wolf;
11 Find; 12 Duel; 13
Leaf; 14 Fish; 15 Hill; 16
Lard. Keyword: Cardiff.
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THE GUERNSEY LITERARY
AND POTATO PEEL PIE
SOCIETY (12A)
THE Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel
Pie Society is a cumbersome title for a
sweeping tale of self-sacrifice, based on
the posthumously published novel by
Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows. Set
predominantly on the island during and
after the Second World War, Newell’s
chocolate-box romance was filmed in
picturesque Devon and is laden with
emotional soft centres to guarantee
swoons of satisfaction. The luminous Lily
James now casts a warm glow as one
point of a tantalising love triangle that
provides the framework for a grim history
lesson peppered with heartache.
Stage
OXFORD
Burton Taylor Studio,
Beaumont Street, Oxford:
May 8-12, The Lonesome West.
7.30pm. £6. May 8-12, Like A
Virgin. 9.30pm. £6. May 15-19,
Confusions. 7.30pm. £6. May
15-19, The Actor’s Nightmare.
9.30pm. £6. May 22-26, Green
Eyes/The Parade. 7.30pm. £6.
01865 305305.
The Bullingdon, 162 Cowley
Road, Oxford: May 12, Tom
Taylor, Anthony J Brown and
Kevin McCarthy. Glee comedy.
7.15pm. £16, £10 (student). May
19, Gareth Richards, Abigoliah
Schamaun, Dyan Gott and Tom
Ward. Glee comedy. 7.15pm. £16,
£10 (student). 0871 472 0400.
Oxford Playhouse,
Beaumont Street, Oxford:
May 8-12, A Streetcar Named
Desire. Various times. £10-£30.
May 15-19, A Midsummer Night’s
Dream. 7.30pm. Tue to Thu &
Sat eves: 7.30pm, Fri: 8pm, Thu
& Sat mats: 2.30pm. Captioned
performance Wed. Audio described
performance Sat: 2.30pm. £10£30. 01865 305305.
Old Fire Station, 40 George
Street, Oxford: May 10,
Butt Kapinski. An international
immersive-comedy sensation, for
adults only. 7.30pm. £10/£12.
May 12, The Immigrant. A hilarious
and heartwarming slapstick comedy
inspired by Charlie Chaplin’s
original film. 7.30pm. £10/£12.
May 15, Love, Bombs & Apples.
Funny and poignant, powerful
political theatre from award-winning
playwright Hassan Abdulrazzak.
7.30pm. £12/£10. 01865
263990.
New Theatre, George Street,
Oxford: May 8-12, Beautiful: The
Carol King Musical. 7.30pm. £18£66 plus £4 transaction fee. May
16, Brian Conley - Still The Greatest
Entertainer (In His Price Range).
7.30pm. £26.15-£30.15 plus
£2.85 transaction fee. May 18-19,
Bill Bailey – Larks in Transit. 8pm.
£31.65 plus £2.85 transaction fee.
0844 871 3020.
North Wall Arts Centre,
South Parade, Summertown:
May 12, Joseph Morpurgo:
Hammerhead. A nine-hour adaption
of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
Or is it? Comedy. 8pm. £14
(concessions £12). May 16-19,
Fragment. Double Fringe First
winner Iron Shoes returns tith a
piece of gig-theatre about love,
loss and heartache. 8pm. £14
(concessions £12). 01865 319450.
COUNTY
Amey Theatre, Park Road,
Abingdon: May 10, NT Live:
Macbeth. 7pm. £13/£11. 01235
849063.
Beacon, Portway, Wantage:
May 12, Saturday Night at the
Wantage Beacon. A charity fund
raising variety concert including
music and comedy from local
talent and new acts. Profit will be
shared between the Children’s Air
Ambulance and the Alzheimer’s
Society. 7.30pm. £13.50 or £10
for concessions. 01235 763456.
Chipping Norton Theatre,
Spring Street, Chipping
Norton: May 3-12, A Tender
Thing. 7.45pm. £15. May 17-19,
High Society. CHAOS. 7.45pm.
£14. 01608 642350.
Cogges Manor Farm, Witney:
May 19-20, One Small Step,
Playhouse Plays Out. Performances
Saturday: 10.30am, 12.30pm and
3pm (activities in the tent at 12pm
and 2pm). Sunday: 11am and
1pm (activities in the tent at 12pm
and 2pm). Free. For ages 5+. See
http://www.cogges.org.uk/event/
one-small-step
Cornerstone Arts Centre,
Station Road, Didcot: May
9, Time Please. Darkly comic
play. 7.30pm. £12.50. May 10,
Lee Hurst. 7.30pm. £17.50. May
11, The Country Doctor. 7.30pm.
£12. May 12, The Vanquished.
Contemporary dance.7.30pm. £12.
May 13, Keepy Uppy. Family and
children’s theatre. 11.30am and
2.30pm. £8.May 17, 12 Million
Volts. The story of Nikola Tesler.
7.30pm. £12.50. 01235 515144.
Eynsham Village Hall, Back
Lane, Eynsham: May 16-19, The
Safari Party by Tim Firth. This is a
fast-moving, hilarious comedy by the
man who wrote Calendar Girls and
who has worked with Willy Russell
and Alan Ayckbourn. 7.30pm. £9
(£8 conc): £18 for supper & show
May 18. 07990 537462.
Stanton Harcourt Village
Hall, Blackditch, Stanton
Harcourt: May 12, Burke and
Hare from the Watermill Theatre.
A new black comedy. 7.30am.
£12/£10 students. 07711
704475.
Music
TODAY
St Barnabas, St Barnabas
Street, Jericho: Mary Gauthier.
American folk singer-songwriter.
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CHIPPING NORTON
The Theatre, Spring
St: Box office 01608
642350 (Mon-Fri 10-
7.30pm. £15 (adv), £17 (otd).
The Bullingdon, 162 Cowley
Road, Oxford: Love/Hate,
Doomsday Outlaw, Black Bullets.
Rock/metal. 7pm. £10 (adv), £15
(otd).
The Cellar, Frewin Court,
Oxford: Sports Team, Seafoam,
Old Swing. Indie-punk. 7.30pm.
£5 (adv).
TOMORROW
The Swan Inn, 21 Acre Street,
Eynsham: Alvin Roy Quartet.
Jazz. 8pm. Free.
O2 Academy Oxford, 190
Cowley Road, Oxford: DMA’s.
Australian indie rock trio on UK tour.
7pm. £17.40.
The Cellar, Frewin Court,
Oxford: Judas, Jordan Allen,
Oakland Road. Indie rock. 7.30pm.
£6 (adv).
The Bullingdon, 162 Cowley
Road, Oxford: Mojo Demon,
Otto, Full Circle, Something
Someday, Mark Cope. Blues &
rock. 7pm. £7.
The Wheatsheaf, 129 High
Street, Oxford: The Ridouts. The
Spin Jazz Club. Jazz. 8.30pm. £10,
£8 (concs), £6 (students).
Truck Store, 101 Cowley
Road, Oxford: Upcycled Sounds
Record Label Launch. Gig to
celebrate the launch of Oxford’s
new altfolk/experimental record
label. 6-8pm. Free.
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.
Inspiring People – Jonathon
Porritt: The North Wall, South
Parade, Oxford. Talk by Jonathon
Porritt, writer, broadcaster and
commentator on environmentalism.
7.30pm. £10 (students £5). 01865
319450.
National Garden Scheme:
Kingham Lodge, West End,
Kingham. New garden for 2018.
Many ericaceous plants not
normally seen in the Cotswolds,
grow on five acres of garden,
planted over two decades on sand
over gravel. Sculpture show from
May 5-13. Wheelchair access.
Dogs on leads. Home-made teas
and lunches. 10am. Adult £5,
children free.
The Arts Society Cotswolds
Lecture: Warwick Hall, Church
Green, Burford. ‘New York, New
York: an Architectural Discovery’
by Andrew Davies. 11.30am. Free.
01993 823943.
TOMORROW
Balkan Dancing: St Margaret’s
Institute, 30 Polstead Road, Oxford.
8.15pm. £3. 07817 655101.
CAMRA Banbury Beer &
Cider Festival 2018: Army
Reserve Centre, Oxford Road,
Banbury. North Oxfordshire
branch of CAMRA. More than
100 real ales, ciders and perries
from across the UK including many
from this year’s featured region, the
East Midlands. There will be hot
food. Live music on Thursday and
Saturday. http://banburybeerfest.
camra.org.uk 5pm.
Crane Style Kung Fu Classes:
TODAY
Asian Cultural Centre, Manzil Way,
Witney. A martial art which focuses
An Evening with Sharon
on the aerodynamics of the crane
Grenham-Thompson – The
bird mixed with the philosophies
Glam Vicar!: St Peter’s Church,
Church Street, Stoke Lyne. The Glam of taosim. 7.30pm. £8. 07771
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Vicar from the Radio 2’s Breakfast
Show Pause for Thought. 7pm.
Cuban Salsa: East Cowley
Free but tickets are limited so email
Conservative Club, 62 James Street,
janeypoole@gmail.com or call
Oxford. http://www.cubanisimo.
07810 120457.
co.uk/. 8pm. £8/£6 concs.
Coffee Afternoon: Stirlings Care Distinguished Speaker
Home, Garston Lane, Wantage.
Seminar: Saïd Business School,
Every Wednesday from 2.30pm.
Park End Street, Oxford. Miles
Free. 01235 762444.
Young, Advertising in the digital
age. Author of ‘Ogilvy and
Grove RFC Ladies Rugby:
Grove RFC, Recreation Lane, Grove. Advertising in the Digital Age’.
https://dss-milesyoung.eventbrite.
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com 12.15pm. Free - booking
membership. 07970292322.
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Harwell Women’s Institute:
Harwell ‘Cherry’ Village Hall, High Eynsham Country Market:
St Leonard’s Church Hall, Thames
Street, Harwell. This month we will
Street, Eynsham. 9-10.30am. Free.
be discussing resolutions about
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to national level. Then some lightFamily History Helpdesks:
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Oxfordshire County Library (Second
7.30pm. First meeting free. 01235
Floor), Queen Street, Oxford.
835430.
10am. Free. 01865 358151.
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FOOTBALL
Charlbury’s girls
land county cup
for the first time
LEAGUE TABLES
CHARLBURY girls (right) are celebrating
after winning the Oxfordshire Under 14
Cup for the first time with a 3-0 victory
over Kidlington in the final.
Two excellent first-half finishes on the
break from Gaby Heath put the west
Oxfordshire in charge at the break on a
hot, energy-sapping day.
The spirited and industrious Kidlington
side ran out of steam towards the end,
having been stretched by the powerful
running of Heath, Sophia Cox and Imogen
Taylor.
Annabel Jenkins sealed the victory by
curling home a long-range shot.
Clarke strikes as Crowmarsh
draw to capture league title
CROWMARSH clinched
the Oxford Mail Girls
League Under 16 title
with a 1-1 draw away to
their nearest challengers Kidlington.
Marita Clarke put Crowmarsh in front, before Polly
Hipkiss levelled.
Goals from Ellie Mitchell
(2) and Lauren Saunders saw
Wantage Town to a 3-0 win at
Wycombe Saints.
Zariah Sutton hit a hattrick as Barton United ran
out 5-3 winners at Deanshanger Colts.
Tegan Partlett and an own
goal completed Barton’s tally,
with Deanshanger replying
through Eleanor Bland (2)
and Megan Smart.
Barton United edged out
hosts Stonesfield Strikers 2-1
in the Under 15 League.
Chelsea Cox and Letisha
Kabwebwe scored Barton’s
goals, with Stonesfield netting through Maya Swabey.
Goals from Amy Gillett and
Tia Herbert saw Quarry Rovers to a 2-1 win at Tower Hill
Vixens, who replied through
Milly Wilkinson.
Lily Harries and Courtney
LINING UP: Stonesfield Strikers Under 15s, pictured earlier this season, lost 2-1 to Barton United
Cook netted in a 2-1 win for
Hinksey Park at Harwell &
Hendred in the semi-final
of the Under 14 League Cup.
Megan Kerley replied.
Summertown Stars recorded with a 4-1 win at Hinksey
Park in the Under 13 League.
Polly Weaver hit a double,
with Eliana McHugh and
Yasmin Crofts also on target.
Ruby Frizzell grabbed a consolation for Hinksey.
Cumnor Minors won their
Under 12 League play-off
match with Kidlington 4-3.
They scored through Ellen
Bruce, Amie Norman, Erin
Ritchie and Izzy Todeschini, while Kidlington struck
through Emily Harris, Zoe
Spokes and Kimberley Hudson.
Summertown Stars White
secured the Blue League title
with a 2-1 win against club rivals Summertown Stars Red.
Alice Greiblig bagged a
brace for Whites, with Evie
Doyle replying.
OXFORD MAIL GIRLS LEAGUE
UNDER 12 BLUE
P
W D
L
Smmertown White 18 10 3
5
Summertown Red 18 10 2
6
Pts
41
40
Champs go on eight-goal spree
NORTH Berks League
champions Saxton Rovers
were handed the Division 1
trophy and then gave hosts
Hanney United an 8-0
thumping.
There were two goals each
from Ollie Nadin and Tom
Stanley, with Dan Parry, Niall
Hodgkins, Harry Winn and
Michael Smith also hitting the
target.
Berinsfield geared up for
this Saturday’s North Berks
Cup final with a 4-0 victory
over Westminster thanks to a
hat-trick from leading scorer
Max Palmer and one from
Luke Saunders.
Ardington & Lockinge
crashed 7-1 at home to
Division 2 title contenders
Kintbury Rangers Res, their
only goal coming from Ollie
O’Hanlon.
Watlington Town boosted
their hopes of finishing third
with a 5-1 win away to
Faringdon Res, thanks to
goals from Ben Little, Chris
Swales, Adam Holloway, Tom
King and Tom Bowden hitting
the goals.
l CHAMPIONS Hanborough
ended their Witney & District
FA Premier Division campaign
with a 2-2 draw away to
Chipping Norton Town.
The result means they finish
11 points clear of runners-up
FC Hollybush.
Bletchingdon confirmed
their Division 2 title success
with a narrow 3-2 win away to
Witney Wanderers.
Picture: Ric Mellis
Barton Utd
18 8
3
Didcot Casuals
18 4
4
Chalgrove Cav
18 3
1
Harwell & Hend
18 1
3
Stonesfield Strik
18 1
1
UNDER 12 RED
P
W D
Cumnor Minors
17 16 0
Kidlington Yth
17 16 0
Oxford City
17 8
3
Crowmarsh
17 7
5
Tower Hill Vixens 17 9
1
Kennington Ath
17 7
2
UNDER 13 BLUE
P
W D
Tower Hill Vixens 12 11 0
Chesterton Jnrs
12 10 0
Quarry Rovers
12 8
1
Witney Vikings
13 6
1
Didcot Casuals
12 3
2
Launton Ladies
13 2
2
Smmrtn Shoot
12 0
0
7
10
14
14
16
37
30
25
23
21
L
1
1
6
5
7
8
Pts
49
49
36
36
36
33
L
1
2
3
6
7
9
12
Pts
34
32
29
26
20
19
12
UNDER 13 RED
P
W D
Headington Yth
12 12 0
Oxford City
12 7
1
Kidlington Yth
12 6
1
Wantage Tn
12 5
2
Summertn Red
12 4
1
Hinksey Park
12 2
2
Hook Norton
12 2
1
UNDER 14 BLUE
P
W D
Harwell & H
13 9
0
Abingdon Yth
13 5
2
Kidlington Yth
13 4
2
Crowmarsh
13 2
0
Benson Utd
13 0
0
UNDER 14 RED
P
W D
Hinksey Park
13 12 1
Tower Hill Vixens 13 7
2
Charlbury
13 7
1
Summertn Red
13 7
1
Grove Chall
13 6
3
UNDER 15
P
W D
Oxford City
17 15 1
Abingdon
17 15 1
Summertn Stars
18 12 1
Carterton Tn
18 10 1
Launton
18 8
2
Barton Utd
18 7
1
Quarry Rov
18 7
0
Stonesfield
18 6
1
Tower Hill Vix
18 4
0
Kidlington Yth
18 1
0
UNDER 16
P
W D
Crowmarsh
16 14 2
Kidlington Yth
16 13 2
Barton Utd
16 9
2
Chesham Utd
15 7
2
Thame Yth
16 6
3
Deanshanger
16 5
1
Wantage Tn
16 4
3
Moretonville
15 3
2
Wycombe Snts
15 1
1
L
0
4
5
5
7
8
9
Pts
36
27
25
24
21
18
17
L
4
6
7
11
13
Pts
30
25
23
17
13
L
0
4
5
5
4
Pts
38
29
28
25
28
L
1
1
5
7
8
10
11
11
14
17
Pts
48
48
43
39
36
33
32
31
26
20
L
0
1
5
6
7
10
9
10
14
Pts
46
44
36
31
31
27
27
23
19
Vale youngsters take
Trophy in great style
VALE of White Horse Under
13s lifted the Meeson Trophy
with a 4-2 victory over Cheltenham in the final at Bishops Cleeve.
Jed Afenyo gave Vale the
lead after 15 minutes with a
30-yard free-kick which went
in off the underside of the
bar.
They increased their lead
early in the second half
when a cross-shot from
George Hughes sailed over
the keeper’s head.
Back came Cheltenham,
who scored twice in the next
three minutes – the second
from the penalty spot – to
make it 2-2.
However, Vale would not
be denied as a great solo run
and low finish from James
Fleury restored their lead,
before Sam Nelson added a
fourth.
WITNEY & DISTRICT FA FINAL
PREMIER DIVISION
P W D L F A Pts
Hanborough
20 18 2 0 60 14 56
FC Hollybush
20 14 3 3 43 24 45
Charlbury Tn
20 7 7 6 40 37 28
20 8 1 11 59 57 25
Kirtlington
Hailey
20 7 4 9 45 50 25
C Norton Tn
20 6 7 7 43 51 25
Spartan Rgrs
20 6 6 8 31 45 24
20 6 5 9 43 57 23
Minster Lovell
Carterton Rgrs
20 6 4 10 32 31 22
Carterton Tn A 20 6 3 11 44 56 21
20 4 2 14 36 54 14
Combe
DIVISION 1
P W D L F A Pts
Aston
18 15 3 0 56 11 48
18 13 3 2 59 29 42
Tower Hill
Stonesfield
18 13 2 3 45 24 41
18 8 2 8 33 32 26
Chadlington
Witney Ryls
18 7 2 9 51 49 23
Milton
18 5 5 8 31 55 20
Tower Hill Stars 18 6 1 11 37 34 18
Eynsham SSC
18 4 3 11 30 51 15
18 4 3 11 36 58 15
Bampton Utd
FC Nomads
18 2 2 14 28 63 10
DIVISION 2
P W D L F A Pts
22 17 1 4 69 35 52
Bletchington
Moreton Rgrs
22 15 4 3 44 17 49
22 14 5 3 64 30 46
Bourton Rov
Middle Barton
22 13 4 5 43 29 43
Kingham AB
22 11 2 9 57 39 37
Charlbury Tn Res 22 9 2 11 40 39 29
Witney Wands
22 8 2 12 37 50 26
22 7 1 14 41 57 25
Hailey Res
Brize Norton
22 8 3 11 41 40 24
Hanborough Res 22 7 2 13 38 70 23
Aston Res
22 4 3 15 40 68 15
Spartan Rgrs Res 22 4 1 17 25 65 13
DIVISION 3
P W D L F A Pts
22 18 2 2 91 38 56
Siege FC
Hollybush Res
22 17 1 4 79 39 52
22 14 3 5 74 49 45
Ducklington
Corinthians
22 13 4 5 72 35 43
Minster Lovell Res 22 13 1 8 72 45 40
Wootton
22 12 3 7 76 52 39
Bourton Rov Res 22 8 2 12 55 86 26
C Norton Res
22 7 0 15 39 84 21
22 6 2 14 48 69 20
Combe Res
Wit Ryls Res
22 5 5 12 50 77 20
FC Mills
22 5 2 15 47 84 17
Milton Res
22 1 1 20 20 65 4
DIVISION 4
P W D L F A Pts
Carterton Tn B
24 21 1 2 12924 64
Bltchingdn Res
24 18 1 5 10440 55
Kingham Res
24 18 0 6 89 39 54
24 16 0 8 58 34 48
Wootton Res
Stonesfield Res 24 14 2 8 57 58 44
B Norton Res
24 12 3 9 68 60 39
Chadlington Res 24 11 2 11 46 43 35
FC Ascott Res
24 11 2 11 48 49 35
Bampton Res
24 11 1 12 63 56 34
Spartan Rgrs A 24 7 2 15 56 66 23
24 4 1 19 3710913
Siege FC Res
Eynsham Res
24 4 1 19 43137 13
24 1 0 23 19 102 3
Ascott Rgrs
NORTH BERKS LEAGUE
DIVISION 1
P W D L F A Pts
Saxton Rov
17 16 1 0 54 9 49
18 12 2 4 54 20 38
Berinsfield
East Hendred
18 12 0 6 48 31 36
18 11 2 5 61 31 35
Westminster
L Wittenham Ath 17 8 4 5 44 28 28
18 9 0 9 32 52 27
Hanney Utd
Lambourn Spts
18 8 1 9 49 53 25
18 2 3 13 24 69 9
North Oxford
Steventon
18 1 3 14 17 51 6
18 0 4 14 17 56 4
Stanford
DIVISION 2
P W D L F A Pts
14 11 0 3 39 21 33
Ardington & L
Kintbury Res
14 9 1 4 34 16 28
Saxton Rov Res 16 9 0 7 33 30 27
Blewbury
16 8 1 7 27 27 25
15 7 3 5 33 32 24
Watlington Tn
Compton
15 6 1 8 31 21 19
Wallingford Res 16 6 1 9 37 45 19
Sutton Courtenay 16 6 1 9 23 39 19
Faringdon Tn Res 14 2 0 12 22 48 6
DIVISION 3
P W D L F A Pts
East Hendred Res 18 14 2 2 62 13 44
Drayton
18 10 6 2 65 22 36
L Wittenham Res 18 11 2 5 44 21 35
Cholsey Utd
18 10 2 6 49 26 32
18 8 5 5 56 36 29
Marcham
Letcombe Res
18 8 2 8 39 24 26
Lambourn Res
18 8 2 8 39 40 26
Hagbourne Utd 18 5 4 9 37 65 19
Wallingford A
18 2 0 16 15 79 6
18 1 1 16 19 99 4
Uffington Utd
DIVISION 4
P W D L F A Pts
Cumnor Minors 18 14 1 3 56 26 43
Hanney 66 Club 18 11 4 3 60 35 37
Marcham Res
18 10 3 5 58 43 33
Ardington Res
18 10 2 6 38 25 32
Watlington Tn Res 18 9 2 7 47 32 29
Faringdon Tn A 18 9 1 8 52 39 28
Berinsfield Res
18 7 2 9 50 53 23
Appleford
18 7 2 9 42 50 23
Hagbourne Res 18 3 1 14 31 57 10
Steventon Res
18 1 0 17 23 97 3
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FOOTBALL OXFORD MAIL YOUTH LEAGUE
Abingdon crowned league
champions after crunch win
CHAMPIONS: Abingdon Youth Under 14s. Back row (from left): Ken Robb (coach), Spencer Bustin, Harry Ridewood, Jack Brandon, Charlie Neal-Hill, Harvi Chase, Baily Cunningham, Joshua
Bushnell, Dennis Booth, Sam McQueen, Rob McQueen (manager). Front: Matthew Challis, Freddie Warwick, Louis Robb, Malachy Ryan, Ryan Meechan, Rowan Matthewson, J’Quan Rogers
ABINGDON
Youth
were
crowned Under 14 D League
champions after a sensational display in their title
decider.
Going into their final game of the
season at Littlemore, just a point
separated the teams at the top of the
table.
But Abingdon produced a devastating display to run out 8-0 winners
and seal the league crown.
Joshua Bushnell’s hat-trick led the
way, with further goals from Freddie Warwick, Sam McQueen, Louis
Robb, Rowan Matthewson and Charlie Neal-Hill in a superb team display.
Luca Landra hit a hat-trick for
Summertown Flares as they beat
Tower Hill Stripes 3-2. Najay Foster
netted both goals for Stripes.
Oxford City Blue beat Didcot Town
Youth Red 4-2 in the B League thanks
to goals from Bradley Morton (2),
Romeo Nuzi and Shane Harte.
Oliver Wilkes and Oliver Tyler
scored for Didcot.
Zac Skinner, Jack Carrington,
George Gilmore, Harry Fisher and
Alex David found the net as Harwell
& Hendred Youth beat Summertown
Eagles 5-0 in the Under 16 A League.
Broughton & North Newington
saw off Bure Park Juniors 5-1 in
the B League thanks to strikes Liam
Walsh (2), Mateusz Wezyk, Josh
Haynes and Joshua Johnson.
Goals from Ryan Sapey, Tyrese
Willett and Morgan Hunt gave Didcot Town Youth Whites a 3-0 victory
over Woodley Saints Blue Falcons
3-0 to lift the Under 15 KO Trophy.
Jack Easton (2), Harry Phipps,
Tom Anderson and Jacob Bateman
scored for Cumnor Minors in their
5-1 victory over Pangbourne Youth
in the C League. William Graham
replied.
Samuel James hit a hat-trick as Kidlington Youth added the Under 13
A League title to their County Cup
success.
Hamid Hakimi (2), Reuben Harry
(2), Elijah Clarke, Karim Hakimi
and Jake Maskell also scored as they
saw off Crowmarsh Youth Tractors
10-2.
Jacob Wyles was the scorer for
Tractors.
Fraser Allen and Oliver Armstrong found the net as Kingston
Colts Blues beat Tower Hill 2-1.
Riley Weston’s strike was in vain
for the hosts.
Jamie Aston hit a four-timer for
Grove Challengers in their C League
game against Goring Robins.
But it was not enough as five goals
from Felix Kind and a hat-trick from
George Herbert gave Robins a thrilling 8-4 victory.
Sam Kerby bagged a double as Appleton Whites secured the D League
title with a 2-1 victory over Cumnor
Minors. Jack Hart replied.
Maximus Jacob and Finlay Bates
were on target as Abingdon Town
beat Abingdon Yellows 2-0 to secure
the runners up spot in the Under 12
A League.
Fraser MacKenzie netted a brace
and Fallou Faye was also on target
as Mansfield Road Juniors beat Benson Lion Cubs 3-2 in the D League.
Marcus Wilkinson scored both
goals for Benson.
George Heavens was the hero for
Wantage Town, hitting both goals
as his side beat Europa Titans 2-0 in
the E League.
Kidlington celebrate County Cup triumph
CELEBRATIONS: Kidlington Under 13s after winning the County Cup final
A GREAT team performance
from Kidlington Youth secured a
3-0 victory over Oxford City in the
Oxfordshire Under 13 County
Cup final held at Ardley United’s
Playing Fields.
Kidlington came out of the
blocks quickly and went ahead
with clinical finishes from strikers
Elijah Clarke and Sam James,
giving them a 2-0 half-time
advantage.
The second half was a similar
affair, with some resolute
defending restricting City to
half-chances.
As the game entered the last 15
minutes, Kidlington’s Nathan
Henwood burst through the City
defence and executed a tidy
finish to seal victory and spark
the celebrations.
WEEKEND
SCORERS
UNDER 12
WINTER/SPRING A LEAGUE
Abingdon Tn 2 (Maximus Jacob, Finlay
Bates), Abingdon Yellows 0.
Crowmarsh Tigers 2 (Freddie Dimassa, Diogo
Pacheco), Benson Utd 1.
WINTER/SPRING B LEAGUE
Hinksey Pk Hurricanes 2 (Gertian Loshu,
Samuel Worral), Florence Pk 2 (Jamie Sibanda,
Hedley Skelsey).
WINTER/SPRING C LEAGUE
Cholsey Bluebirds 5, Goring Robins Spitfires 4
(Samson Morris, Fraser Howe).
WINTER/SPRING D LEAGUE
Benson Lion Cubs 2 (Marcus Wilkinson 2),
Mansfield Rd Jun 3 (Fraser Mackenzie 2, Fallou
Faye).
WINTER/SPRING E LEAGUE
Cumnor Minors 2 (Joseph Bradley, Charlie
Hunt), Bardwell 9.
Europa Titans 0, Wantage Tn Green 2
(George Heavens 2).
UNDER 13
WINTER/SPRING A LEAGUE
Crowmarsh Tractors 2 (Jacob Wyles),
Kidlington 10 (Samuel James 3, Hamid Hakimi
2, Reuben Harry 2, Jake Maskell, Elijah Clarke,
Karim Hakimi).
Tower Hill 1 (Riley Weston), Kingston Colts
Blues 2 (Fraser Allen, Oliver Armstrong).
Highfield Jun 2, Tower Hill Stars 1 (Ethan
Phillips).
WINTER/SPRING B LEAGUE
Marston Sts Warriors 7 (Jacob Townsend 2,
Luke Hunter 2, Jamahl Henry, Zachary Plested,
Jayden Vickers), Summertown Iron Stars 0.
WINTER/SPRING C LEAGUE
Abingdon Yellows 13 (Max Bound 6, Nicolas
Gibb 3, Eugene Beard 2, Jamie Cording 2)
Oxford Irish 4 (Ethan Barresi 3, Elias JeanPierre).
Barton Utd 4 (Louie Gillett 3, Kayden
Gardener-Solomon), Quarry Rov Hammers 1.
Goring Robins 8 (Felix Kind 5, George
Herbert 3), Grove Challengers 4 (Jamie Aston
4).
WINTER/SPRING D LEAGUE
Appleton Whites 2 (Sam Kerby 2), Cumnor
Minors 1 (Jack Hart).
St Edmunds Wootton 4 (Jack Cleary, Musa
Abbasi, Reuben Lewis, Matthew Pahl),
Abingdon Green 1 (Harry Fryett).
Summertown Stars AFC Neutron Stars 2,
Stanford in the-Vale 11 (David Alder 7, Euan
Stillion 2, Ollie Baigel, Omar Jiyar).
UNDER 14
A LEAGUE
Bardwell 4, Kennington Ath 2 (Joshua
Youngman, George Knee).
Carterton 12 (Daniel Lovick 4, Kyle Chester 3,
Ryan Jones 2, Jack Fletcher, Regan Pritchard,
George Stanley), Abingdon Utd 0.
B LEAGUE
Oxford Blackbirds 1, Faringdon Tn 3 (Ben
Langton, Owen Gaynor, Ray Rwodzi).
Oxford City Blue 4 (Bradley Morton 2, Shane
Harte, Romeo Nuzi), Didcot Tn Red 2 (Oliver
Wilkes, Oliver Tyler).
D LEAGUE
Tower Hill Stripes 2 (Najay Foster 2),
Summertown Flares 3 (Luca Landra 3).
Littlemore 0, Abingdon Yth 8 (Joshua Bushnell
3, Freddie Warwick, Sam McQueen, Louis
Robb, Rowan Matthewson, Charlie Neal-Hill).
UNDER 15
A LEAGUE
Rotherfield Utd 1, Summertown Stars Whites
4 (Victor Ndusha-Nganruyike 2, William
Coates, Corin Bagshaw, ).
B LEAGUE
Faringdon Tn 4 (Matthew Slevin 2, Matthew
Parker 2), Halse Utd 1.
C LEAGUE
Cumnor Minors 5 (Jack Easton 2, Harry
Phipps, Tom Anderson, Jacob Bateman),
Pangbourne 1 (William Graham).
Marston Sts 2, Florence Pk 1 (Lewis Ryan).
D LEAGUE
Cholsey Bluebirds 9 (Archie Coupar 4, Jack
Chapman 2, Ethan Gibbon 2, Connor Cook),
Cold Ash 0.
KNOCKOUT TROPHY
Woodley Sts Blue Falcons 0, Didcot Town
Whites 3 (Tyrese Willett, Ryan Sapey, Morgan
Hunt).
UNDER 16
A LEAGUE
Harwell & Hendred 5 (Zac Skinner, Jack
Carrington, George Gilmore, Harry Fisher, Alex
Davis), Summertown Eagles 0.
Oxfordshire Football Dev 1, Cholsey
Bluebirds 2 (Kane Durrant, Benji Beard).
B LEAGUE
Bure Pk Jun 1 (Tommy Mansley), Broughton
and North Newington 5 (Liam Walsh 2,
Mateusz Wezyk, Josh Haynes, Joshua Johnson).
C LEAGUE
Crowmarsh Revolution 5 (Matthew Webber
2, Benjamin Rodriguez 2, Oscar Taylor),
Summertown Stars AFC Tigers 2.
D LEAGUE
Kidlington 5 (Benjamin Martin 3, Toby Russell
2), Didcot Casuals 1.
Streatley Strikers 1 (John Higgins), Carterton
Tn 3.
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OXFORD MAIL 28
AUNT SALLY GREENE KING OXFORD & DISTRICT LEAGUE
Jenkins stars as Gladiators
secure high-scoring success
CHRIS Jenkins was in
spectacular form, clanging off 16 dolls in Gladiator A’s 2-1 win at Swan B,
writes ANDY BEAL.
In a high-scoring Premier/
Section 1 game which produced
165 dolls, two sixes and nine
fives, Swan could only set 22 in
the opening leg.
Gladiators struggled in reply
and left anchor man Kevin Giles
needing three to win which he
achieved with his final stick.
Gladiators amassed a whopping 32 in the second leg, and after a steady response, Swan still
needed 20 from their last four
men. They gave it a good go, but
fell two short.
They did, however, find their
range from the start in the final
leg, setting 33.
Gladiators could only manage
28 in reply, but had done enough
for victory with Jenkins (5-6-5)
their star man.
John Horton hit a baker’s dozen for Gladiators (4-5-4), while
Jason Coates (3-5-6) and Daryal Simpson (3-5-5) starred for
Swan.
Three Pigeons left Woodman
with a hard-fought 2-1 win, despite falling behind.
A 20-24, 25-21, 33-25 success
saw Martin Seacole top dog
with 13 dolls (3-4-6).
Rob Bradford produced a superbly-consistent display with
5-5-5 as Black Prince claimed
another 3-0 win, this time at
home to George A.
A one-sided clash saw the
hosts pick up another maximum points haul with a 27-18,
28-23, 26-22 success.
Bradford’s 15 was the outstanding performance, but he
received great support from
teammate Graham Wilsdon,
who chipped in with 13 (4-5-4).
Ray Townsend (3-5-5) starred
as Six Bells E just got the better
of hosts Chequers C 24-25, 25-23,
22-20.
In Section 2, Bullnose A’s Jonny McMahon was the only player to hit double figures in their
clash away at Florence Park A.
His 14 dolls (3-6-5) helped the
Bullnose to a 3-0 win with leg
scores of 19-14, 25-14, 18-17.
Gladiators B got the better of
Red Lion A Yarnton 2-1, with
Chris Webb (4-5-5) top-scoring.
It was a case of unlucky 13 for
Tiddington Cricket Club’s Pete
Shepherd as he clanged off a
baker’s dozen (4-5-4), but could
not save his side from a 2-1 defeat at Queens Head B.
Steve Ward’s 13 dolls (5-4-4),
however, was enough for Six
Bells D Kidlington to secure a
2-1 home win against Garsington Sports B.
In Section 3, Masons A got off
to the perfect start at Six Bells
B Kidlington when winning the
opening leg 17-15.
They looked like taking the
match, but Bells anchor man
Seamus O’Malley clanged off
the four dolls needed to win the
second leg 18-17, before the Kidlington side went on to take
the decider.
In Section 6, Steve Tooke’s 13
dolls (5-5-3) helped Catherine
Wheel B win 2-1 at Littlemore
British Legion B with leg scores
of 17-13, 19-13, 15-17.
Anchor man Glyn Millard
came to Vikings Sports D’s rescue in the first two legs of their
3-0 win over Prince Of Wales.
Millard took the opening leg
to three sticks, which Vikings
won, before then hitting the required dolls to take the second.
RACING
CHESTER
Today’s runners
GOING: Good to soft. DRAW: A low draw and a fast start give a
distinct advantage in sprints. TV: ITV4 & Racing UK.
6
7
8
9
10
OXFORD & DISTRICT LEAGUE
(sponsored by Greene King)
Premier/Section 1: Black Prince 3, The
George A 0; Chequers C 1, Six Bells E 2; The
Woodman 1, Three Pigeons 2; The Swan B 1,
Gladiators A 2.
Section 2: Six Bells D 2, Garsington Sports B
1; Gladiators B 2, Red Lion A 1; Black Horse
B 0, Donnington Club A 3; Queens Head B 2,
Tiddington Cricket Club 1; Florence Park Club A 0,
Bullnose Morris A 3.
Section 3: Six Bells B 2, Masons Arms A 1;
Chequers A 1, Vikings Sports A 2; Ampleforth Arms
A 2, Rose Hill Club 1; Red Lion A 3, Queens Head
A 0; Donnington Club C 2, Littlemore BL A 0.
Section 4: Vikings Sports B 3, Ampleforth Arms B
0; Green Road Club 3, Red Lion B 0; Donnington
Club B 2, Cricketers Arms 1; George B 2, New
Club 1.
Section 5: Red Lion B 3, Northway Club C 0;
Masons Arms B 2, Florence Park Club B 1; White
Hart A 0, Cricketers Arms 3; The Swan C 3,
Democrats Club B 0; The Blackbird 0, Vikings C 3.
Section 6: Vikings Sports D 2, Prince Of Wales 1;
Littlemore BL 1, Catherine Wheel B 2; Marston BL B
3, North Oxford Con Club 0.
Section 7: Gladiators D 0, The Tandem 3;
Bletchingdon Sports 2, Marston BL 1.
Section 8: Democrats Club B 1, Golden Ball B 2;
White Hart 1, Donnington Club B 2; Headington
Con Club 1, White Hart B 2.
Top doll scorers: 16 C Jenkins (Gladiators A). 15
R Bradford (Black Prince). 14 J Coates (Swan B), C
Webb (Gladiators B), J McMahon (Bullnose Morris
A). 13 D Simpson (Swan B), J Horton (Gladiators
A), P Shepherd (Tiddington CC), S Tooke (Catherine
Wheel B), M Seacole (Three Pigeons), R Townsend
(Six Bells E Kidlington), G Wilsdon (Black Prince).
Sixers: C Jenkins (Gladiators A), J Coates (The
Swan B), M Seacole (Three Pigeons), J McMahon
(Bullnose Morris A).
Blobbers: P Rivers (Democrats A), N Collier
(Florence Park B), F Delaney, E Mazey, P Jones
(Democrats Club B), B Williams (Gladiators D), I
Williams (White Hart B Wolvercote), M Marriot
(Headington Con Club), M Gibbs (Donnington Club
B), P Lawrence (Vikings C), P O’Gara (White Hart
Wytham).
WYCHWOOD LEAGUE
Enstone Sports 2, Cock Inn 8; Black Prince A
10, Chadlington Sports 0; Masons Arms A 6,
Hanborough Sports 4; Queens Head A 3, Masons
Arms B 7; Oxford Yeoman B 4, Black Prince B 6;
Three Horseshoes 10, Kings Head 0; Killingworth
Castle 4, Oxford Yeoman 6; Elm Tree 10, Queens
Head B 0; George & Dragon 6, Cinnamon Stick 4;
Stonesfield Sports 1, Red Lion 9.
Top scorer: D Walsh (Black Prince A) 22.
Sixers: D Walsh (Black Prince A), K Johnson
(Masons A), J Berry (Hanborough Sports), J
Glenister (Queens Head A).
BICESTER & DISTRICT LEAGUE
(sponsored by Lodge Garage)
Premier/Division 1: Pheasant Inn 1, Crown 2;
Black Bull A 2, White Lion 1; Muddy Duck 2, Brill
S&SC B 1; Highfield SC 3, Black Bull 0.
Division 2: Ashton Club 0, Nut Tree 3; Prince of
Wales 2, The Lion 1; Brill S&SC A 2, Bell 1; Bull Inn
A 1, Ex Services 2.
Division 3: White Horse B 2, Shakespeare 1; Red
Cow 3, Chearsley Cricketers 0; Bull & Butcher B 2,
Barley Mow 1.
Division 4: Butchers Arms 3, Fountain A 0; White
Hart 3, White Horse A 0; Red Lion Finmere 1,
Chandos Arms 2.
Division 5: Crown Twyford 1, Bull Inn B 2; KEA
Club 2, Plough A 1; Fountain B 1, Fox 2.
Division 6: Plough Casuals 2, Eight Bells 1; Safari
Garden 2, Black Bull Divas 1.
TOP PERFORMANCE: Chris Jenkins scored 16 dolls for Gladiators
10-3
311-53
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KINAESTHESIA (182) R Beckett 9 0...................O Murphy 9
MAGIC WAND (IRE) (23) A P O’Brien (IRE) 9 0 R L Moore 1
PRINCESS YAIZA (IRE) (17) G Cromwell (IRE) 9 0F Norton10
SHAHEREZADA (IRE) (186) R Varian 9 0 .............A Atzeni 2
SHAILENE (IRE) (14) A Balding 9 0................... D Probert 4
BETTING: 7-2 Magic Wand, 4-1 Kinaesthesia, 6-1 Shaherezada, Award Winning, 8-1 others.
DIAMOND HANDICAP
3.00 BOODLES
(CLASS 2) £35,102 added 3YO only-5f
1.50
2.25
105-43
5036-0
311-32
1040-14205
320-02
414256
321-4
21515550-05
CAPITAL MAIDEN STAKES
GREENHOUS HANDICAP (CLASS 4)
4.05 DEEPBRIDGE
(CLASS 3) £20,335 added 3YO only-1m 2f 5.05 £13,900 added 4YO PLUS-7f
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0-4
203
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ARGENTELLO (IRE) (20) (BF) J Gosden 9 5........L Dettori 3
BARITONE (IRE) (11) (BF) Sir M Stoute 9 5 ..... R L Moore10
CHIEF IRONSIDE (18) W Jarvis 9 5................K Shoemark 6
HEART OF SOUL (IRE) (235) I Williams 9 5 ..James Doyle 7
HOWMAN (IRE) (20) R Varian 9 5 .......................A Atzeni 5
INFRASTRUCTURE (18) M Meade 9 5................O Murphy 2
MOON OF BARODA (63) C Hills 9 5............P J McDonald 8
ROCKESBURY (10) David Loughnane 9 5...... Jane Elliott (5)1
SOLDIER TO FOLLOW (238) (BF) A Balding 9 5 D Probert 4
SNOOP (335) David Loughnane 9 0 .......................J F Egan 9
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ROARING FORTIES (20) (C)(D) R Bastiman 5 9 5M Harley 8
HEAVEN’S GUEST (IRE) (45) (D) R Fahey 8 9 5T Hamilton14
SULTAN BAYBARS (14) (D) D O’Meara 4 9 5Daniel Tudhope2
KENSTONE (181) (C)(D) A Wintle 5 9 5 ...Finley Marsh (5)9
THE FEATHERED NEST (144) R Fahey 4 9 5....P Hanagan 7
INTRANSIGENT (49) (C)(D) A Balding 9 9 4....... W Cox (5)1
STORM AHEAD (IRE) (11) (D) T Easterby 5 9 4......D Allan12
TWIN APPEAL (14) (D) T D Barron 7 9 3.....P J McDonald11
RIGHT TOUCH (20) (C)(D)(BF) R Fahey 8 9 3....J Garritty 6
ROLL ON RORY (11) (C)(D) J Ward 5 9 3............J F Egan10
CHEERFILLY (IRE) (214) (D) T Dascombe 4 9 3R Kingscote3
ALEJANDRO (86) (C)(D) David Loughnane 9 9 3 R Winston 4
OUTER SPACE (26) (D) J Flint 7 9 2 ............... D Muscutt13
MY AMIGO (11) Mrs M Fife 5 9 2 ..................... B McHugh 5
SPOOF (12) (D) C Hills 9 7.............................C Shepherd 3
LOOKS A MILLION (19) (D) J Tuite 9 0..............O Murphy 1
BIG TIME MAYBE (74) (D)(BF) T Dascombe 8 13P Pilley (3)7
FORMIDABLE KITT (248) (D) T Dascombe 8 11R Kingscote6
GLOBAL ACADEMY (12) (D) Miss G Kelleway 8 11 G Mosse 2 BETTING: 9-4 Argentello, 3-1 Baritone, 5-1 Soldier To Follow, 11-2 Howman, 7-1 Chief Ironside,
BILLY DYLAN (IRE) (11) (CD) D O’Meara 8 10 ......A Atzeni 8 10-1 Infrastructure, 20-1 Moon of Baroda, 25-1 Heart Of Soul, 66-1 others.
1
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JOEGOGO (IRE) (19) (D) P Evans 8 9..................J F Egan10
2
3 DARK THUNDER (IRE) (9) T Dascombe 9 2.....R Kingscote 6
SHOWMETHEDOUGH (18) R Fahey 8 9............P Hanagan 4
EVERSHEDS SUTHERLAND HANDICAP
3
33 FIVE AMARONES (IRE) (2) T Dascombe 9 2 ........M Harley 7
BETTING: 5-1 Right Touch, 6-1 My Amigo, The Feathered Nest, 8-1 Kenstone, Cheerfilly,
PORCHY PARTY (222) (CD)(BF) T Dascombe 8 7 F Norton 9
4
00 GINGERSDUNTHELOT (32) David Loughnane 9 2Rossa Ryan1
(CLASS 3) £20,335 added 3YO only-6f
ANGEL FORCE (IRE) (8) (D) D C Griffiths 8 6Nathan Evans 5
5
211 KINKS (11) (D) M Channon 9 2............................C Bishop11
THE WHIP’S TIPS
1 0005-0 NEOLA (19) (D) M Channon 9 7............................A Atzeni 8
6
41 LIHOU (32) (D) P Evans 9 2............................. Fran Berry 5 BETTING: 7-2 Formidable Kitt, 6-1 Showmethedough, Spoof, 7-1 Global Academy, 8-1 others.
CHESTER: 1.50 Dark Thunder, 2.25 Dramatically, 3.00
2 30010- ENCRYPTED (197) (D) H Palmer 9 7.............James Doyle10
7
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Showmethedough, 3.35 ISPOLINI (nap), 4.05 Argentello,
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4.35 Requinto Dawn, 5.05 Storm Ahead.
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CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION - MBNA
4 2312-4 MR TOP HAT (19) (D) P Evans 9 3..............P J McDonald 3
FONTWELL: 5.10 Snazz Man, 5.45 In The Hold, 6.15 Don
9
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CHESTER VASE STAKES (GROUP 3)
5 0D0-02 REQUINTO DAWN (IRE) (18) R Fahey 9 2 ........T Hamilton 2
Lami, 6.45 Zillion, 7.15 Tara Mac, 7.45 Ramore Will, 8.15
10
1 NO LIPPY (IRE) (11) (D) M Johnston 8 11....P J McDonald 4 (CLASS 1) £101,000 added 3YO only-1m 4f
Go Forrit.
6 23110- GINBAR (IRE) (208) (CD) T Dascombe 9 2...........M Harley12
11
602 THEGREYVTRAIN (8) R Harris 8 11 ........................ J Fahy 9
1 6312-3 DEE EX BEE (14) (BF) M Johnston 9 0................F Norton10
KELSO: 2.00 High Jinx, 2.35 Always Tipsy, 3.10 Elmono,
7 56-214 LAST PAGE (12) (D) P Evans 9 0 ........................J F Egan 1
BETTING: 4-1 No Lippy, 5-1 Light My Fire, Kinks, 6-1 Lady Prancealot, Dark Thunder, 8-1 others.
2
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3.45 Pretty Miss Mahler, 4.15 Chain Of Beacons, 4.45 Eco
8
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3 0151-3 FLAG OF HONOUR (24) A P O’Brien (IRE) 9 0J A Heffernan4
Warrior, 5.15 Bally Conor.
ARKLE FINANCE CHESHIRE OAKS
9 225122 BUNGEE JUMP (IRE) (19) (D) Grace Harris 8 12C Noble (5)4
NEWTON ABBOT: 2.10 Audora, 2.45 Overland Flyer,
4
42-13 HUNTING HORN (IRE) (12) A P O’Brien (IRE) 9 0R L Moore1
(FILLIES’ LISTED) (CLASS 1)
3.20 Higgs, 3.55 Alcala, 4.25 Cleni Wells, 4.55 Dell’ Arca,
5
41-2 ISPOLINI (12) C Appleby 9 0 ................................W Buick 3 10 2312-3 EXCELLENT TIMES (18) (D) T Easterby 8 11..........D Allan14
5.25 Udogo.
£76,000 added 3YO only-1m 3f
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0-1 JETSTREAM (IRE) (77) C Hills 9 0 ................. R Winston 6 11 122222 MONTAGUE (IRE) (5) (D) D O’Meara 8 11 .C McGovern (5)13
WOLVERHAMPTON:
5.55 Full Suit, 6.25 Percy Prosecco,
12
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ROBUSTI
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Hornby
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7
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6.55 French Mix, 7.25 Adjutant, 7.55 Hipz, 8.25 Alqalsar,
2
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23-4 GABRIAL THE SAINT (IRE) (20) R Fahey 8 10..P Hanagan 5
8
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8.55 Revenge.
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9
23-11 PROSCHEMA (IRE) (11) (D) T Dascombe 9 0..R Kingscote 9 14 1060-3 PILKINGTON (11) J Bethell 8 10 ..............................G Lee 9
BLEWBURY’S BET OF THE DAY
4
3-0 HAZARFIYA (19) Sir M Stoute 9 0 ..................James Doyle 6 10
2-1 YOUNG RASCAL (FR) (18) W Haggas 9 0.......James Doyle 2 BETTING: 11-2 Mr Top Hat, 6-1 Requinto Dawn, 7-1 No I’m Easy, 8-1 Marietta Robusti, Ginbar,
No I’m Easy (4.35 Chester).
5
0 HERE’S ALICE (IRE) (20) C Hills 9 0 ..........P J McDonald 7 BETTING: 7-2 Hunting Horn, 4-1 Young Rascal, Ispolini, 6-1 Dee Ex Bee, Flag Of Honour, 8-1 others. 12-1 Gabrial The Saint, Captain Jameson, 14-1 others.
STELLAR GROUP LILY AGNES
CONDITIONS STAKES (PLUS 10)
(CLASS 2) £25,219 added 2YO only-5f
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RESULTS
3.35
4.35
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OXFORD MAIL
29
CRICKET OCA LEAGUE
Shafqat takes centre stage as
Wolvercote claim thrilling win
MOHAMMED
Shafqat
was the star of the show
for Wolvercote as his fivewicket haul wrapped up
a thrilling ten-run win at
home to Oxenford in Division 1.
Wolvercote had been dismissed for 147 as left-arm seamer Aaron Hirtenstein took 6-20.
Vijay Pamu continued his
good form from last weekend
with 45 for the visitors, but
Shafqat took 5-28 in seven overs
to restrict Oxenford to 137-9.
Billy Webb claimed 5-59 to
help Wootton & Boars Hill to a
seven-run win at Stonesfield.
Sean Holley fell five runs
short of a century for Stonesfield in their 185 all out.
This was in response to Wootton’s 195-5, for whom Oliver
Moreton hit 61 not out.
Faringdon recorded a threewicket win at Witney Swifts.
Restricting Swifts to 127-7, Nigel Hume then scored 45 as Faringdon reached 130-7.
Yarnton & Cowley saw off
E&W Hendred by seven wickets.
The game was switched from
Yarnton’s ground, which was
unfit for play, and Hendred
were all out for 111.
Uzair Ahmed then hit 42 to
steer Yarnton home at 113-3.
In Division 2, Stanton Harcourt enjoyed a 79-run win at
Hanborough.
Ben Lucas top-scored with 86
not out in Stanton’s 245-4.
Matthew Neilsen hit 76 in
Hanborough’s reply, but they
were bowled out for 165 as Andy
Walker took 4-45 and Ryan
Wastie 3-35.
Nikunj Patel’s 5-25 helped
Tetsworth to a 65-run win at
Cairns Fudge.
Tetsworth had been dismissed
for only 123 as Paul Hammond
and Jamie Clark took three
wickets apiece.
Patel and Aruna De Alwis
(3-15) then combined to dismiss
Fudge for 58.
Mark Stanway’s 5-31 led Chipping Norton to a five-wicket victory at Wantage.
The home side were all out
for 112, Will Harvey top-scoring with 45, and Chippy eased
home at 113-5.
Craig Woods fell just four
runs short of a century for Kidlington, but his side eased to
a 96-run win against visitors
Broughton & North Newington.
Woods hit 96 in Kidlington’s
173-9, before Broughton were
shot out for just 77 in reply.
THE league’s first century of the
season went to George
Townsend in Division 4, but it
proved in vain as Ducklington
lost by three wickets at home to
Shrivenham.
It was a controversial victory,
however, as the umpires
awarded 18 penalty runs to
Shrivenham with 24 needed off
the last three overs.
Ducklington also had a
bowler removed from the
attack for bowling two high
no-balls.
Townsend hit 111 in
Ducklington’s 254 all out, but
52 from Scott Winskill, 48 from
Alex Bowles and 42 from Matt
Haywood saw Shrivenham
home at 255-7.
Elsewhere, Radley’s Ali Malik
returned superb figures of 7-21
to help his side to a 43-run win
at Sunningwell.
Earlier, Ashley Pike (73) led
Radley to 191-7, before Malik’s
magnificent spell sent
Sunningwell tumbling to 148 all
out.
Ducklington pay penalty
after Townsend hits ton
OUT: Broughton & North Newington’s Phil Tustin top edges a pull shot to cover where he was caught (below left) by
Ben Bollig, who is congratulated on his effort by his Kidlington teammates in their Division 3 clash
Pictures: Ric Mellis
LATEST TABLES
DIVISION 1
P W L T
Wolvercote
2 2 0 0
Yarnton & Cowley 2 1 0 0
Oxenford
2 1 1 0
Stonesfield
2 1 1 0
Faringdon
2 1 1 0
Wootton & BH
1 1 0 0
E&W Hendred
2 0 2 0
Westcott
1 0 0 0
Marsh Gibbon
1 0 1 0
Witney Swifts
1 0 1 0
DIVISION 2
P W L T
Stanton Harcourt
2 1 0 0
Middleton Cheney 2 1 0 0
Chipping Norton
2 1 0 0
Tetsworth
2 1 0 0
Cairns Fudge
2 0 1 0
Clifton Hampden
2 0 1 0
Wantage
2 0 1 0
Watlington
1 0 0 0
Hanborough
1 0 1 0
DIVISION 3
P W L T
Kilkenny
2 1 0 0
Risinghurst
2 1 0 0
Kidlington
2 1 0 0
Marcham
2 1 0 0
Broughton & NN
2 0 1 0
West Ilsley
2 0 1 0
Dorchester
2 0 1 0
Chadlington
2 0 1 0
Bampton
1 0 0 0
Brill
1 0 0 0
DIVISION 4
P W L T
Shrivenham
2 1 0 0
Combe
2 1 0 0
Hook Norton
2 1 0 0
Steventon
2 1 0 0
Radley
1 1 0 0
Uffington
2 1 1 0
Ducklington
2 0 1 0
Sunningwell
2 0 2 0
Fringford
2 0 1 0
Deddington
1 0 1 0
DIVISION 5
P W L T
Oxenford 2nd
2 1 0 0
Kennington
2 1 0 0
Wolvercote 2nd
1 1 0 0
Tetsworth 2nd
1 1 0 0
Kidlington 2nd
2 0 1 0
Swinbrook
2 0 1 0
E&W Hendred 2nd 1 0 1 0
Yarnton & C 2nd
1 0 1 0
Freeland
0 0 0 0
DIVISION 6
P W L T
Wolvercote 3rd
2 2 0 0
Letcombe
1 1 0 0
Risinghurst 2nd
1 1 0 0
Chalgrove
2 0 1 0
Wootton & BH 2nd 1 0 0 0
Dorchester 2nd
1 0 1 0
Witney Swifts 2nd 1 0 1 0
Chesterton
0 0 0 0
Mid Cheney 2nd
1 0 1 0
DIVISION 7 NORTH
P W L T
Hook Norton 2nd 2 1 0 0
Stonesfield 2nd
2 1 0 0
Stan Harcourt 2nd 1 1 0 0
Westcott 2nd
1 1 0 0
Chip Norton 2nd
2 0 1 0
Charlbury
2 0 1 0
Deddington 2nd
1 0 1 0
Kidlington 3rd
1 0 1 0
Oxenford 3rd
0 0 0 0
DIVISION 7 SOUTH
P W L T
Harwell I’national 2 1 0 0
Watlington 2nd
2 1 0 0
Bampton 2nd
2 1 0 0
Kilkenny 2nd
1 1 0 0
Faringdon 2nd
1 0 1 0
Kennington 2nd
2 0 1 0
Sunningwell 2nd
2 0 1 0
Marcham 2nd
1 0 0 0
Steventon 2nd
1 0 1 0
NR
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
Pts
53
35
34
34
30
29
9
5
5
5
NR
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
Pts
35
34
34
32
10
9
9
5
5
NR
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Pts
35
33
33
33
10
9
8
8
5
5
NR
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
Pts
35
34
34
32
29
28
13
12
10
4
NR
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
Pts
34
34
30
29
9
8
3
1
0
NR
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
Pts
52
30
26
10
5
5
4
0
0
NR
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
Pts
33
31
30
30
9
6
5
4
0
NR
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
Pts
34
34
31
30
9
7
7
5
4
Willman’s unbeaten century sets up huge victory
FORWARD: Stonesfield 2nd’s Stewart Moss
drives in his side’s win over Deddington 2nd
HENRY Willman’s unbeaten 108
helped Wolvercote 2nd to a crushing 179-run win at Swinbrook in
Division 5.
James van Santen added 86 as
Wolvercote racked up 275-4, a total
which proved way beyond the hosts,
who were bowled out for 96.
Oxenford 2nd defeated visitors Kidlington 2nd by seven wickets.
Andy Oliver struck 74 not out in
Kidlington’s 163-9, but an unbeaten
73 for Harry Sturgess and 54 for Divyansh Galuti saw Oxenford home.
Sunil Gill’s 5-24 helped Tetsworth
2nd to a six-wicket win at home to
East & West Hendred 2nd, while
Kennington cruised to a seven-
wicket win against visitors Yarnton
& Cowley 2nd.
In Division 6, Risinghurst 2nd began with a 26-run win at home to
Witney Swifts 2nd.
Raj Kumar (41) was the only batsman to master tricky conditions in
Risinghurst’s 104-7.
John Thompson (4-11) and Kumar
(3-16) then helped to bowl Swifts out
for 78.
In Division 7 North, Adam Lambert’s 5-25 helped Stonesfield 2nd to
a 14-run win at Deddington 2nd.
Stonesfield had been held to just
96-9 in their 45 overs as Simon Oldfield and Lewis Bletchley took four
wickets apiece.
But Lambert’s five wickets from
12 overs helped to bowl Deddington
out for 82.
Hook Norton 2nd saw off Chipping Norton 2nd by five wickets,
with Ian Reucassel’s 5-27 the outstanding performance.
Stanton Harcourt 2nd’s Declan
Wastie fell foul of the new no-ball
law after just one legitimate delivery as his side beat Kidlington 3rd
by seven wickets.
Wastie, in his first over of the season, bowled two high full tosses and
was removed from the attack as Kidlington posted 164 all out, Razwan
Dogar hitting 98 not out.
Wastie made up for his bowling
performance with a fluent 49 not
out as Stanton eased to victory at
165-3.
In Division 7 South, a welcome return to the OCA from Harwell International ended with a seven-wicket
win against visitors Sunningwell
2nd.
Lee Bainbrigge took 3-7 as Sunningwell were dismissed for 77, and
then Afzal Hussain hit 37.
Bampton 2nd beat Faringdon 2nd
by one wicket off the final ball.
Faringdon set 223-3, Jonathan
Moore top-scoring with 74.
Richard Pitt (82) and Gerald Holford (53no) then combined to steer
Bampton home at the death.
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CRICKET CHERWELL LEAGUE
MATCH OF THE DAY
Dominant Bicester
cruise to easy win
BICESTER & North Oxford
kicked off their Division 3
campaign with a crushing
victory at home to Great &
Little Tew 2nd.
The hosts triumphed by
ten wickets in a one-sided
match, knocking off the
meagre 120 target set for
them inside 27 overs.
Captain Ryan Moore opted
to field first, and his
decision was vindicated
with the very first ball of the
season as Tew captain
Markus Jeacock was caught
down the leg side to a
diving catch from wicket
keeper Warwick Bradfield
off Dan Savin for a first ball
duck.
Tew never really
recovered, with only Sam
Barnes (30) and Josh
Garrett (24) making any
impact.
The visitors were all out in
the 46th over, Danny Clark
taking 3-14 and Savin
finishing with 2-14, while
Matt Woods’s spell was cut
short by a groin injury.
Bicester were never likely
to be challenged by such a
low target.
And with openers Adam
Stapleford (49no) and Nick
Moorman (45no)
dominating, the home side
cruised to 124-0 and picked
up maximum points.
GONE: Great Tew’s Charlie Gaskin trudges off after being caught behind
Pictures: Ric Mellis
BIG HIT: Josh Garrett blasts a six for Great Tew 2nd
GREAT & LITTLE TEW 2ND
M Jeacock c Bradfield b Savin....................0
T Wyatt c Bradfield b Woods ......................5
S Barnes b Randall ....................................30
J Hurst c Bradfield b Savin ..........................5
R Garrett lbw Clark ...................................13
J Garrett c Savin b Clark...........................24
P Slatter c L Moore b Clark .........................7
C Gaskin c Stapleford b R Moore.............13
R Churchill c Bradfield b R Moore...............1
T James b L Moore ......................................1
D King not out .............................................0
Extras......................................................21
Total (all out, 45.2 ovs) ........................120
Fall: 1-0, 2-7, 3-33, 4-53, 5-75, 6-92, 7-102,
8-112, 9-118.
Bowling: Savin 10-2-14-2, Woods 5.4-2-15-1,
Stapleford 0.2-0-7-0, L Moore 6.2-0-21-1,
Randall 10-1-34-1, Clark 10-4-14-3. R Moore
3-0-14-2.
BICESTER & NORTH OXFORD
A Stapleford not out..................................49
N Moorman not out ..................................45
Extras......................................................30
Total (no wkt, 26.4 ovs)........................124
Bowling: Gaskin 7-0-34-0, Barnes 4-0-15-0,
Slatter 8-0-30-0, Churchill 5-0-18-0, James
3.4-0-26-0.
l Bicester & NO 25pts,
WICKET: Bicester & North Oxford’s Danny Clark
is congratulated by his teammates (above) after
trapping Rob Garrett leg before (left)
Great & Little Tew 2nd 1
Ollie shines Forrester & Atkins are Barnett blasts super
for Minster on song for Charlbury century for Rowant
DIVISION 3
MINSTER Lovell began life in a higher
division with a five-wicket win at home
to Horley.
Harry Ebsworth took 3-30 as Horley
were dismissed for 151, Dave Eaton
top-scoring with 37.
Youngster Ollie Mersh then scored
a fluent 62 not out in Minster’s reply,
leading them to 152-5 with more than
11 overs to spare.
l Minster Lovell 25pts, Horley 7
Banbury 3rd saw off visitors Great
Brickhill 2nd by 33 runs.
Ollie Murrey (44) and Neil Megson
(30) helped Banbury to 164-5 in their 50
overs.
Chris Jones hit 50 for Brickhill, but
they fell to 131 all out.
l Banbury 3rd 25pts, Great Brickhill 2nd 7
Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts,
who were relegated last season, defeated visitors Stokenchurch by 36 runs.
Arfan Ahmed took 5-25 and Rustum
Rabani 3-27 as Stokenchurch were shot
out for just 104 in reply to Nondies’ 140
all out.
l Oxford & Bletch Nondies 25pts, Stokenchurch 11
Oxford Downs 2nd’s match at Cublington was abandoned as the home side’s
ground was deemed unfit for play.
l Cublington 6pts, Oxford Downs 2nd 6
NEW BOYS Charlbury began their
life in the Cherwell League with a
convincing 58-run win at East
Oxford.
Batting first, Charlbury posted
223-9 in their 50 overs as Ben
Forrester hit 78 despite the best
efforts of Chetan Walia, who took
3-34.
East Oxford then slumped to 165
all out in reply as Stuart Atkins took
4-27.
l East Oxford 12pts, Charlbury 25
Andy Hemming hit a century for
Shipton-under-Wychwood 2nd in his
side’s 60-run victory at home to
Long Marston 2nd.
Hemming, unable to commit to
1st XI cricket this season, scored
110 in Shipton’s 194-9.
Veteran spinner Paul Hemming
then took 4-30 and Adil Rehman
3-31 as Marston were shot out for
134 in their reply.
l Shipton 2nd 25pts, Long Marston 2nd 11
Thame Town 2nd began their
season with a 31-run win at home to
Bletchley Town in a low-scoring
affair.
They looked up against it after
being shot out for a disappointing
total of 119.
DIVISION 4
But Alistair Thomas then took
centre stage for Thame, claiming
4-18 to dismiss visitors Bletchley
for 88 to help secure maximum
points.
l Thame Tn 2nd 25pts, Bletchley Tn 5
Tiddington 2nd eased to an
eight-wicket win against visitors
Abingdon Vale 2nd.
Vale were restricted to 161-9 in
their 50 overs, Luke Maslen
top-scoring with 33.
Matthew Maule (78) and Colin Bird
(32no) then combined to lead
Tiddington home at 162-2 in the
32nd over, helped by a woeful
bowling display by Vale, who
conceded 36 wides.
l Tiddington 2nd 25pts, Abingdon Vale 2nd 5
Witney Mills fell to a 23-run defeat
at home to Brackley.
Batting first, Brackley posted
240-6, Adam Wirth hitting 51 and
Sam Haselgrove taking 3-39.
Ollie Burney then scored 36 not
out and Mike Dove 30, but Mills
were held to 217-9, with Rob
Cartwright taking 3-39.
l Witney Mills 10, Brackley 20
PHIL Barnett smashed an unbeaten century as Aston Rowant 3rd
beat hosts Leighton Buzzard Town
2nd by 128 runs.
Barnett struck 112 not out as
Rowant racked up 250-6 in their 50
overs.
Geraint Hughes then took 4-36
and Jamie Revill 3-26 as Buzzard
were bowled out for just 122 in a
one-sided clash
l Leighton Buzzard Tn 2nd 7pts,
Aston Rowant 3rd 25
Cropredy 2nd edged out hosts
Didcot 2nd by two runs in a
thriller.
Cropredy posted 199-8 in their 50
overs, Joe Haynes top-scoring with
42, Michael Amos-Simpson scoring
31 and Timothy Bennett chipping
in with 30.
George Woodley was the pick of
the bowlers with 3-40.
Kieran Beesley (45) and Luke Higgins (31) shone in Didcot’s reply,
but they closed agonisingly short
on 197-9.
l Didcot 2nd 12pts,
Cropredy 2nd 25
Horspath 3rd saw off hosts Kimble by 15 runs.
But only Adrian Manger (37) fired
in the Horspath top order, and they
DIVISION 5
relied on a good partnership between No 7 Stuart Berry and No 9
Hayden Moon to set a decent total
of 192-8.
Berry was unbeaten on 54 not out
and Moon fell for a quickfire 41,
which included five sixes.
Horspath shared the wickets
about as they restricted their rivals, eventually bowling them out
for 177.
However, Horspath had five
points deducted for failing to provide an umpire.
l Kimble 11pts,
Horspath 3rd 20
Kingston Bagpuize racked up
263-6 as they beat hosts Cumnor
2nd by 92 runs.
Cumnor were held to 171-8 in
their reply.
l Cumnor 2nd 9pts,
Kingston Bagpuize 25
Dinton 2nd beat hosts Chearsley
by 52 runs.
Talib Hussain scored 102 not out
in Dinton’s 256-5, before Chearsley
fell short as they were bowled out
for 204.
l Chearsley 9pts, Dinton 2nd 25
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Downs get off to flying start
as Rafiq hammers terrific ton
AMIN Rafiq smashed a
brilliant century as Oxford Downs got off to a
flying start with a crushing 184-run victory at
home to Buckingham
Town 2nd.
Rafiq finished on 102 not out
in a knock containing nine
fours and five sixes as Downs
racked up a massive 317-3 in
their 50 overs.
George Sandbach also hit 72
and James Ellwood 70, while
Buckingham had two young
bowlers fall foul of the new law
on no balls.
They were both removed from
the attack after bowling two no
balls above waist height, which
certainly did not help their
cause.
In reply, Buckingham were
never in the hunt as they fell to
133 all out.
l Oxford Downs 25pts, Buckingham 2nd 5
DIVISION 1
Left-arm spinner Paul White
took 4-22 from ten overs to help
Abingdon Vale to a four-wicket
win against visitors Tiddington.
Vale restricted Tiddington to
149-9 in their 50 overs, before
making light work of the run
chase.
Arthur Jones led the way with
a superb 63, with Will Barker
chipping in with a more sedate
32 as they comfortably reached
153-6.
l Abingdon Vale 25pts, Tiddington 8
Banbury 2nd convincingly
thrashed visitors Twyford by
eight wickets.
Twyford were shot out for 109,
their cause not helped by three
run outs.
James Mokler (44) and George
Tait (31) saw Banbury home at
110-2 in the 34th over.
l Banbury 2nd 25pts, Twyford 3
Challow & Childrey’s first
game back in the top flight ended in a heavy defeat at Great
Brickhill.
Batting first, the home side
posted 242-9 as Doug Aris hit 70,
while Conor Jones took 4-45 for
Challow.
In their reply, Challow fell for
165 as Garth Davson took 4-41,
Tom Heath hitting 47 and Hugh
Atkinson 44.
l Great Brickhill 25pts,
Challow & Childrey 12
WICKETS: Paul White took 4-22 from
ten overs for Abingdon Vale
Cumnor fell to a five-wicket
loss at Long Marston.
They were bowled out for 148
as Peter Toovey took 6-41, Joe
Dale top-scoring with 46.
Chris De Verteuil claimed 3-22
for Cumnor, but the home side
secured victory at 151-5.
l Long Marston 25pts, Cumnor 7
IN THE RUNS: George Sandbach scored 72 to help Oxford Downs to a big victory over Buckingham 2nd on the
opening day of the season
Masterclass from Muir seals Brilliant Mayers
eight-wicket win for Oxford hits 123 not out
ARTHUR Muir scored an
unbeaten century to help
Oxford 2nd to a resounding
eight-wicket win at Aston
Rowant 2nd.
Rowant opted to bat first,
posting 196-4 as Paul
Plumridge top-scored with 61
not out.
But Muir’s 101, containing 11
fours and two sixes, plus 62
for Adam Hall, saw Oxford to
197-2 with more than eight
overs to spare.
l Aston Rowant 2nd 6pts, Oxford 2nd 25
Didcot kicked off their
campaign with a seven-wicket
win at Cropredy.
Jordan Morrison’s 4-46
helped to dismiss the home
side for only 138 in 43.2
overs.
And visitors Didcot made
light work of their run chase,
DIVISION 2
Vishane Perera hitting 55 to
steer his side to 139-3 in the
25th over.
l Cropredy 5pts, Didcot 25
Dominic O’Connor’s 90 was
all in vain for Horspath 2nd
as they fell to a 27-run defeat
at home to Leighton
Buzzard.
Batting first, Buzzard posted
255-6, Phil Whatmore hitting
64 and Greg Proudfoot 61,
Jehan Mohammed taking
3-36.
O’Connor’s knock, which
contained 16 fours, got
Horspath close, but it was not
quite enough as no other
batsman passed 30 as they
were bowled out for 228.
l Horspath 2nd 11pts, Leighton Buzzard 25
Westbury’s first game in the
higher league ended with a
seven-wicket win at Sandford
St Martin.
Steve Dobson (61) saw
Sandford to 197-8, Charlie
Williams taking 3-32 and
Charlie Harper 3-45.
Westbury reached 201-3 in
the 41st over, William Gurney
hitting 79 and Ollie Tice 49 as
they made the perfect start to
life after promotion last
season.
l Sandford St Martin 7pts, Westbury 25
Wolverton beat visitors
Bledlow Village by six
wickets.
After bowling out their
opponents for 160, Wolverton
were given few worries on
their way to a four-wicket
victory.
l Wolverton Tn 25pts, Bledlow Village 7
JACOB Mayers hammered a
brilliant 123 not out as Minster Lovell 2nd thrashed
hosts Horley 2nd by 150 runs
in Division 6.
The superb knock helped
the visitors to 250-4, before
Horley were restricted to
just 103-9 in 50 overs, Dan
Faulkner the pick of the Minster attack with 3-29.
Eynsham began life in the
league with a 107-run win
over Banbury 4th.
They were bowled out for
just 144, Ben Smitten hitting 48. But Banbury then
slumped to 37 all out in reply
as Tom Gerken took 4-11 and
Sam Hollingshead 4-20.
In Division 7, an unbeaten
82 from Adeel Ahmed and 68
from Andy Haynes proved
key as Oxford & Bletch-
DIVISIONS 6-10
ingdon Nondescripts 2nd
recorded a six-wicket win at
Aston Rowant 4th.
David White (97no) had
helped Rowant to 213-7, before
Nondies reached 214-4 with
nearly nine overs remaining.
In Division 8, Ellie Norton
took 5-31 to help Charlbury
2nd to a 59-run win against
Oxford Downs 3rd.
Jamie Bates took a fivewicket haul for Tiddington
3rd in their four-wicket win
against local rivals Thame
Town 3rd in Division 9.
Bates claimed 5-22 and Ellie
Noble 4-25 in Thame’s 75 all
out, and then Nathan Dales
hit 36 to see Tiddington to
79-6.
LATEST TABLES
DIVISION 1
P W D
Abingdon Vale
1 1 0
Banbury 2nd
1 1 0
Gt Brickhill
1 1 0
Long Marston
1 1 0
Oxford Downs
1 1 0
Challow
1 0 0
Tiddington
1 0 0
Cumnor
1 0 0
Buckingham 2nd 1 0 0
Twyford
1 0 0
DIVISION 2
P W D
Didcot
1 1 0
Leighton Buzzard 1 1 0
Oxford 2nd
1 1 0
Westbury
1 1 0
Wolverton Tn
1 1 0
Horspath 2nd
1 0 0
Bledlow Village
1 0 0
Sandford St Martin 1 0 0
Aston Rowant 2nd 1 0 0
Cropredy
1 0 0
DIVISION 3
P W D
Banbury 3rd
1 1 0
Bic & N Oxford
1 1 0
Minster Lovell
1 1 0
Ox & Bletch Nond 1 1 0
Stokenchurch
1 0 0
Gt Brickhill 2nd
1 0 0
Horley
1 0 0
Cublington
1 0 0
Ox Downs 2nd
1 0 0
Gt & Little Tew 2nd 1 0 0
DIVISION 4
P W D
Charlbury
1 1 0
Shipton 2nd
1 1 0
Thame Tn 2nd
1 1 0
Tiddington 2nd
1 1 0
*Brackley
1 1 0
East Oxford
1 0 0
L Marston 2nd
1 0 0
Witney Mills
1 0 0
*Bletchley Tn
1 0 0
Abingdon 2nd
1 0 0
DIVISION 5
P W D
Aston Rowant 3rd 1 1 0
Cropredy 2nd
1 1 0
Dinton 2nd
1 1 0
K Bagpuize
1 1 0
*Horspath 3rd
1 1 0
Didcot 2nd
1 0 0
Kimble
1 0 0
Chearsley
1 0 0
Cumnor 2nd
1 0 0
L Buzzard 2nd
1 0 0
DIVISION 6
P W D
Bledlow Ridge
1 1 0
Eynsham
1 1 0
Sandford SM 2nd 1 1 0
Twyford 2nd
1 1 0
Minster Lovell 2nd 1 1 0
Buckingham 3rd 1 0 0
Challow 2nd
1 0 0
Banbury 4th
1 0 0
Oxford 3rd
1 0 0
Horley 2nd
1 0 0
DIVISION 7
P W D
Bic & NO 2nd
1 1 0
Didcot 3rd
1 1 0
Horspath 4th
1 1 0
Ox & Bletch 2nd 1 1 0
Bledlow Vill 2nd 1 0 1
Wolverton Tn 2nd 1 0 1
Westbury 2nd
1 0 0
Aston Rowant 4th 1 0 0
East Oxford 2nd 1 0 0
*Gt & Little Tew 3rd 1 0 0
DIVISION 8
P W D
Charlbury 2nd
1 1 0
Cublington 2nd
1 1 0
Shipton 3rd
1 1 0
Ox Downs 3rd
1 0 0
Buckingham 4th
1 0 0
Brackley 2nd
1 0 0
Challow 3rd
1 0 0
Long Marston 3rd 1 0 0
Witney Mills 2nd 1 0 0
Abingdon 3rd
1 0 0
DIVISION 9
P W D
Bletchley Tn 2nd 1 1 0
K Bagpuize 2nd 1 1 0
Stokenchurch 2nd 1 1 0
Tiddington 3rd
1 1 0
Kimble 2nd
1 0 1
Bledlow Ridge 2nd 1 0 1
Ox & Bletch 3rd 1 0 0
Cumnor 3rd
1 0 0
Thame Tn 3rd
1 0 0
*Oxford 4th
1 0 0
DIVISION 10
P W D
Abingdon 4th
1 1 0
Didcot 4th
1 1 0
Dinton 3rd
1 1 0
Thame Tn 4th
1 1 0
Westbury 3rd
1 1 0
Bic & N Ox 3rd
1 0 0
Cropredy 3rd
1 0 0
Eynsham 2nd
1 0 0
Shipton 4th
1 0 0
M Lovell 3rd
1 0 0
Chearsley 2nd
1 0 0
*Aston Rowant 5th 1 0 0
*points deducted
L
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Bon
0
0
0
0
0
12
8
7
5
3
Pts
25
25
25
25
25
12
8
7
5
3
L
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Bon
0
0
0
0
0
11
7
7
6
5
Pts
25
25
25
25
25
11
7
7
6
5
L
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
Bon
0
0
0
0
11
7
7
0
0
1
Pts
25
25
25
25
11
7
7
6
6
1
L
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Bon
0
0
0
0
0
12
11
10
10
5
Pts
25
25
25
25
20
12
11
10
5
5
L
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Bon
0
0
0
0
0
12
11
9
9
7
Pts
25
25
25
25
20
12
11
9
9
7
L
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Bon
0
0
0
0
0
12
12
10
10
5
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25
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20
12
12
10
10
5
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1
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13
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25
25
25
25
17
16
11
10
6
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L
0
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1
1
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0
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1
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9
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5
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25
25
25
9
7
6
6
6
6
5
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12
9
8
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0
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25
25
25
25
15
14
9
8
6
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L
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11
11
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25
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25
25
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11
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6
6
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TOP TEAM: Oxford United boss Karl Robinson (centre)
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STAFF SHAKE-UP
Robinson planning to refresh U’s backroom – but does not want any exits
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Nobody will
be leaving,
hopefully.
There will be
a restructure
internally
the summer obviously to try to get
the recruitment right.”
One option to accommodate the
extra staff would be appointing
someone with specific responsibility for the under 23 side United are
planning to introduce for next season.
Fazackerley said: “We’re looking to do something with an under 23 team to develop the younger
players, so from that point of view
there’s always opportunities.
“But we’ll just see now how the
dust settles.
“We’ll talk with the club over the
next few weeks and then look forward to next season.”
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2018/19 season goes up a notch following the end of the league campaign last weekend.
The U’s manager does not envisage anyone would leave as a result,
but hinted it may involve coaches
taking on different roles.
Speaking before Saturday’s trip to
Blackburn Rovers, he said: “There
will be stuff done hopefully in the
next seven days of what happens
sons, since Chris Allen was promoted from the academy set-up by then
head coach Michael Appleton to the
senior coaching staff.
Robinson has repeatedly praised
the quality of the group working under him in the last few weeks, having taken over after Derek Fazackerley’s eight-week spell as caretaker
manager.
The 66-year-old has returned to being a No 2 since then and is as hungry as ever, with no intention of retiring.
He said: “I anticipate being here,
absolutely. I’m looking forward to
next season.
“We’ve got some work to do over
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with the staff and where we move
with that.
“Nobody will be leaving the building, hopefully.
“There will be a bit of a restructure internally.”
The backroom staff have been
largely unchanged for three sea-
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When he was appointed in March,
the former Charlton Athletic and
MK Dons boss said all the backroom
staff would be given an opportunity
to impress in the closing weeks of
the season.
But Robinson also made it clear he
wanted to bring in one or two new
members from outside the club to
refresh the coaching department.
It is expected to be on the agenda
this week as the planning for the
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CHANGES to the Oxford
United coaching set-up for
next season are being considered by manager Karl Robinson this week.
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