Sunday, 16 December 2018

Triangle Ground stand named after club stalwarts

Triangle Ground stand named after club stalwarts

A STAND at Henley Town Football Club’s Triangle Ground has been named after the club’s life president John Bailey and his late father, ...

 

Council set to bail out football club

Council set to bail out football club

HENLEY Town Football Club is set to be loaned £22,000 by the town council. The money would be used to pay for maintenance of the ...

 

Debt-ridden football club asks town council for loan

HENLEY Town Football Club is set to be loaned £22,000 by the town council. The money would go towards improvements at the club’s ...

 

Cash-strapped Henley Town pull out of Hellenic League

HENLEY Town Football Club have withdrawn from the Hellenic League due to “financial problems”. The club’s first team pulled out of ...

 

Football fight

POLICE were called to a football match in Henley after a fight between two players. Officers attended Henley Town FC’s ground in Mill ...

 

Football club axes fund-raising lottery

A LOTTERY which has helped raise more than £14,500 for Henley Town Football Club will close at the end of the year. The weekly lottery,...

 

Derby win for Town

HENLEY Town Reserves kicked off their season in style as they beat Sonning Common United 5-3 in their first pre-season game. They beat ...

 

New chairman vows to get club back on track

THE new chairman of Henley Town FC says he wants to get residents of the town “interested” in the club again. John Hooper, who took ...

 

Laugharne appointed new boss

HENLEY TOWN FC have appointed Jon Laugharne as their new manager. Laugharne and coach and therapist Darren Purbrick have both joined ...

 

Town boss Creech making plans ahead of next season

Town boss Creech making plans ahead of next season

HENLEY Town boss Rob Creech said his first season with the club has been a “baptism of fire”. Since his appointment in November the ...

 

Spruyt and Devoy-Read goals help Kites make cup progress

Spruyt and Devoy-Read goals help Kites make cup progress

GOALS from James Spruyt and Storm Devoy-Read helped Henley Town bag a place in the third round of The Bluefin Insurers Hellenic League ...

 

Spruyt and Mayberry on target as 10-man Town triumph on travels

Spruyt and Mayberry on target as 10-man Town triumph on travels

HENLEY TOWN’S first away Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division win of the season saw the Red Kites move off the foot of the table ...

 

Creech takes positives from game as losing run is halted

Creech takes positives from game as losing run is halted

HENLEY TOWN put an end to a string of 11 consecutive league defeats with a hard-fought 0-0 draw at home to Highmoor Ibis last Saturday ...

 

Ten-men Red Kites downed by high-flying Heathens side

HENLEY TOWN ended 2016 with a heavy defeat as they were beaten 7-1 at Flackwell Heath on Friday of last week in their Premier Division ...

 

Chairman blames lack of loyalty for side's struggle

THE chairman of Henley Town FC says the club is a “work in progress” as it battles to avoid relegation. Kim Chapman says the Red Kites,...

 

Davies' goal fires side into next round of county cup

Davies' goal fires side into next round of county cup

HENLEY TOWN reached the fourth round of the Oxfordshire Senior Cup with a hard-fought 1-0 win at Adderbury Park. The Red Kites took ...

 

Red Kites dumped out of county cup

Red Kites dumped out of county cup

HENLEY TOWN were knocked out of the Oxfordshire Senior Cup at the fourth round stage after a comprehensive 8-1 defeat at Thame United ...

 

Spot on Morse sends visitors out of cup

Spot on Morse sends visitors out of cup

HENLEY TOWN’S run in the Perpetua Press Floodlit Cup came to an end with a narrow 2-1 quarter-final defeat at Fairford Town on Tuesday....

 

Bradley brace does damage as losing streak continues

HENLEY TOWN slipped to a fifth straight league defeat after two goals from former Southampton striker Shayne Bradley secured a 2-0 win ...

 

Lucky draw

THE winner of the Henley Town Football Club lottery draw for June 21 was Philip Holt, who wins £25. The draw for June 28 was not won ...

 

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