Saturday, 11 July 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...

Regatta will be bigger and better in 2021 (hopefully)

Regatta will be bigger and better in 2021 (hopefully)

THE decision to cancel this year’s Henley Royal Regatta was not taken lightly. It was the first time it had happened in peace time, which is why the organisers have made contingency plans for next year. It will be a ground-breaking year for the event...
Green grammar

Green grammar

THE manager of Henley Golf Club (I’ll spare his blushes by not naming him) might be somewhat embarrassed by this notice in his name on the course in Harpsden. The main problem is apostrophes with ones missing after the word “members” and before the...
Football sponsor

Football sponsor

WARGRAVE Women and Girls’ FC is looking for sponsors for next season. It is the second biggest female-only football club in the country, with two adult teams and age group squads down to under-sixes. For £500, your logo will be printed on one of...
Haddock wins title

Haddock wins title

DAVID HADDOCK won the Pearson Trophy at Badgemore Park Golf Club on Thursday last week. The Winter Pearson scratch knockout final was contested between Haddock and Danny Fois, both of whom are former club captains. This was the first competition to be...

Bowen pledges to freshen up side

READING manager Mark Bowen is promising changes after he side suffered their second Championship defeat in a row on Tuesday night. The ...

Hawks set for return to training

HENLEY Rugby Club could welcome its players back for training next month ahead of a return to league rugby in October. This is a month ...

Unbeaten Searle wins singles title

Unbeaten Searle wins singles title

CHRISTINE SEARLE was undefeated in her march to take a singles croquet title at Phyllis Court Club in Henley. Her direct style, ...

Club ‘baffled’ by decision to ban cricket

THE president of Henley Cricket Club says he is “baffled” that his players cannot return to the field of play in the wake of the ...

Rowing clubs lose important income with regattas cancelled by covid-19

Rowing clubs lose important income with regattas cancelled by covid-19

ROWING clubs in Henley have seen their income slashed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Leander Club, Henley RC and Upper ...

Athletes left devastated by loss of summer events due to virus

Athletes left devastated by loss of summer events due to virus

ATHLETES and their clubs are still coming to terms with the impact of coronavirus on the rowing season. All rowing was stopped in ...

Stoppage time equaliser denies Reading winning return

READING boss Mark Bowen criticised his players for switching off as their opponents Stoke City made it 1-1 in stoppage time on the ...

Croquet club ready for first tournament

PHYLLIS Court Club in Henley will play its first croquet day tournament of the belated season today (Friday), when eight of the club’s ...

Rower’s fastest time

A LEANDER Club rower has broken the Great Britain rowing team men’s 2km indoor rowing record. Tom George, 25, who lives in Market ...

Novice swimmers warned to stay away from river

Novice swimmers warned to stay away from river

A PROFESSIONAL swimming coach from Henley is encouraging people to be responsible as they return to the water for the first time since ...

Reading ready for Championship return

READING will host Stoke City tomorrow (Saturday) as the Championship season resumes after the coronavirus pandemic brought all sport ...

Cracknell sets record

DOUBLE Olympic gold medallist James Cracknell broke the British indoor rowing marathon record with a time of two hours, 30 minutes and ...

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£500,000 for school

MAIDEN Erlegh Chiltern Edge School in Sonning Common is to receive £500,000 from the Government to improve its facilities. The Reades Lane school will use the money to improve its ... [more]

 

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