Wednesday, 30 September 2020

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...

Broom sweeps up to win ladies’ title

Broom sweeps up to win ladies’ title

MORAG BROOM is the new ladies’ club champion at Henley Golf Club following an exciting weekend’s play. The fine weather helped produce good golf from many of the ladies competing in the 36-hole championship over two days. Victory was particularly...
Free-scoring openers help side wrap up league title

Free-scoring openers help side wrap up league title

HAPRSDEN 2nds went into the last week of their adjusted league season with the opportunity to win the Division 1 title if they could overcome visitors RUISLIP VICTORIA. Harpsden won the toss and captain Toby Stevens decided to put his team into bowl...
Career best innings secures side victory

Career best innings secures side victory

THE penultimate week of the season saw HURLEY run out five wicket winners at a sun drenched WOOBURN NARKOVIANS last Saturday. Yasir Gul called correctly and asked the hosts to bat first, sensing some moisture in the pitch. The Wooburn opening pair of...
Warren hits ton as hosts put on their Sunday best

Warren hits ton as hosts put on their Sunday best

VISITORS TURVILLE PARK took full advantage of a good pitch and fast outfield at CHEKCENDON on Saturday to post 254-5 in 35 overs. Ollie Thornton hit 85 and James Hunt 83 as they shared a third wicket partnership of 140. Checkendon responded with an...

Woods hits winning runs as Henley secure plate

Woods hits winning runs as Henley secure plate

HENLEY wrapped up a truncated season with silverware to reward their efforts in the form of the John Goodman Plate. The visitors ran ...

Akhtar’s top score not enough as visitors lose out

HURLEY went down to an eight wicket defeat at THEALE AND TILHURST on Sunday. Having won the toss, Hurley skipper Mo Basharat opted to ...

Scott and Humphreys guide side to victory

A YOUTHFUL PEPPARD STOKE ROW UNICORNS side showed promise for the future with a four-wicket home success against SANDHURST on Sunday. ...

New members enjoy success in curtailed campaign

New members enjoy success in curtailed campaign

DESPITE having an unusual summer due to covid-19, Henley Bowls Club has managed to keep its members playing the game. Although Henley ...

McDonnell is United’s hat-trick hero

McDonnell is United’s hat-trick hero

A DEPLETED ROTEHRFIELD UNITED BEES U15s side ran out 3-1 winners in their East Berks Division 2 clash against WHITEGROVE U15s last ...

Marden’s brace helps side get off to a winning start

Marden’s brace helps side get off to a winning start

GORING UNITED LADIES got their second Thames Valley Counties Women’s Development League campaign off to a winning start last Sunday ...

Coates secures national handicap crown

Coates secures national handicap crown

ROBIN COATES brought a second national title back to Phyllis Court in Henley when he won the final tournament of this year’s All ...

Hambleden hit back in style

THAMES Valley League side HAMBLEDEN fought back from 4-2 down to defeat visitors AFC CRESSEX 8-4 in their latest pre-season friendly ...

Free-scoring opening duo do damage for Oratory School

Free-scoring opening duo do damage for Oratory School

ORATORY SCHOOL students Kyle Tappan and Henry Thorby shared a sensational opening stand to lead their side to a 10-wicket success ...

Gutteridge has edge to secure pairs crown

Gutteridge has edge to secure pairs crown

LIKE most clubs, Shiplake had a dearth of competitive bowling this season. After initially starting the summer closed, Shiplake were ...

Rams in tip-top condition

JOE Southwell has hailed the Rams squad for keeping themselves in tip-top shape as they continue their preparations for the return of ...

Schoolgirl sculler awarded £10,000 boat by sponsor

Schoolgirl sculler awarded £10,000 boat by sponsor

A YOUNG rower has secured sponsorship to help with her training. Nicole Dunn, a pupil at Shiplake College, usually uses the school’s ...

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