Sunday, 15 December 2019

Tim Dellor

Fasten seatbelts for new season

JUST 84 wonderful days after the circus last rolled out of town, it’s back this Saturday. How much have you missed it? The Cricket World Cup, Royal Ascot, Henley Royal Regatta, Wimbledon, The Open — be honest, you haven’t given domestic football a...

Henley Royal Regatta to run for six days from 2021

Henley Royal Regatta to run for six days from 2021

HENLEY Royal Regatta will run for a sixth day from 2021. Its stewards agreed the move from five days at their annual meeting in London yesterday (Tuesday).It will mean that the annual festival of rowing will begin a day earlier, on the Tuesday,...
Woolfrey is hat-trick hero as side defeat their county rivals

Woolfrey is hat-trick hero as side defeat their county rivals

HENLEY 1sts went down to defeat at home to second placed Southern Premier League 2 side Surbiton last Saturday. The game started at a fast pace and was evenly matched for the first 10 minutes with both sides playing some good flowing hockey. Chances...
Hawks’ second half fight back leaves home side shell-shocked

Hawks’ second half fight back leaves home side shell-shocked

HENLEY HAWKS produced a remarkable turnaround on Saturday to produce an emphatic result against one of the fancied sides in the league. It was all looking rather dismal for the Hawks at half time as they went in thirteen points down and not really...
In form Fenley scores four tries as visitors hit back

In form Fenley scores four tries as visitors hit back

HENLEY HAWKS won a pulsating match where once again they came from behind in a devastating second half display, this time at Dings Crusaders last Saturday. Henley were facing turning around a 10-point difference at half time after an error-strewn...

Medford wraps up scoring as visitors make cup progress

Medford wraps up scoring as visitors make cup progress

EMMER GREEN RESERVES picked up a point in their Division 2 home clash with CAVERSHAM UNITED. The home side took the lead within 30 ...

Two see red as Woodcote lose out on their travels

Two see red as Woodcote lose out on their travels

WOODCOTE — a team in transition after the departure of manager Sam Tucker and several other players — included six teenagers in their ...

Oswald’s treble helps sink Ashridge

Oswald’s treble helps sink Ashridge

AFC HENLEY HURRICANES U18s cruised to a comfortable victory at Harpsden last Saturday, defeating 10 man ASHRIDGE PARK U18s 7-0. The ...

Bulls are hindered by yellow cards in cup exit

HENLEY BULLS crashed out of this season’s Oxfordshire Cup after losing away to last year’s champions Banbury last Saturday. The Bulls, ...

Outten nets treble as Watlington Town put eight past Faringdon

Outten nets treble as Watlington Town put eight past Faringdon

AFTER several weeks of cup matches, WATLINGTON TOWN returned to Division 1 action last Saturday where they ran out 3-2 winners at ...

Denton is hat-trick hero as Nuns maintain 100 per cent record

Denton is hat-trick hero as Nuns maintain 100 per cent record

AN Alice Denton hat-trick and a debut season try for second row Fiona Manning inspired another impressive second half performance from ...

Heavy loss

THE Sonning Common and Peppard C team were defeated 10-0 by Reading and District League Division 1 leaders Kingfisher A and remain ...

Abbey lose

ABBEY crashed to their seventh Wadworth 6X Southern Counties North defeat in eight at Aylesbury last Saturday. The visitors trailed ...

Gold league triumph

Gold league triumph

HENLEY Golf Club’s ladies have won Division 1 of the Berkshire Gold League for the first time since they were invited to join the ...

Berkshire set to entertain Middlesex

BERKSHIRE will meet Middlesex in a 50 overs per side game at Falkland Cricket Club on July 15. The counties are closely linked with ...

Awards for cricketers

WARGRAVE Cricket Club presented prizes to players at its end-of-season awards. The event was held at the Old Pavilion and attended by ...

Children show off their skills at two-day tag rugby festival

Children show off their skills at two-day tag rugby festival

DOZENS of children from primary schools in and around Henley had the chance to play rugby during a two-day festival. Pupils from ...

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