Friday, 04 December 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...

‘Rowvember’ challenge promotes good mental health

‘Rowvember’ challenge promotes good mental health

A SPORTING initiative has been launched by Shiplake College to help young people learn about the importance of good mental health. The independent school has teamed up with the Charlie Waller Trust for Rowvember, which aims to raise awareness of the...
New supply on the way

New supply on the way

A WATER supply for the new cricket square at Kings Field in Wargrave should be in place before next season. It has cost the parish council £3,540 and will be installed by Thames Water. Matthew Townson, captain of Wargrave Cricket Club’s 2nd XI, asked...
Reading stunned by second-half comeback

Reading stunned by second-half comeback

READING were knocked off the top of the Championship table by Bournemouth after a second-half comeback. Dominic Solanke scored twice after an Arnaut Danjuma equaliser and a Lewis Cook strike, inflicting a fourth straight defeat on the visitors. The...
Keepie uppie challenge

Keepie uppie challenge

TWO youth players at Henley Hockey Club are taking on a keepie uppie challenge to raise money for new equipment. Charlie Shaw, 16, and Fergus Heggie, 15, are using the second lockdown to complete 50,000 repetitions between them using a hockey stick...

Clubs frustrated as virus shuts tennis courts again

Clubs frustrated as virus shuts tennis courts again

TENNIS clubs in the Henley area are frustrated that they have had to close during the current coronavirus lockdown. Officials are ...

Chilly dip for virtual swimming challenge

A SERIES of virtual cold water swimming challenges has been launched. The Brass Monkeys Challenge has been added to the Henley Swim ...

Royals back in action

READING FC are back in Championship action tomorrow (Saturday) following the international break. The Royals travel to the Vitality ...

Rowers back to training in kitchen for lockdown

Rowers back to training in kitchen for lockdown

ROWERS who have been kept off the water by the latest coronavirus lockdown are training at home. Athletes from Leander Club have been ...

Gapper hopes to hit ground running when rugby returns

Gapper hopes to hit ground running when rugby returns

YOUNG Rams’ fly-half Jack Gapper has vowed to use the delayed start to the 2020/21 season to keep improving himself for when rugby can ...

Christmas lunches

SPACES are available at two Christmas lunches at Henley Rugby Club on December 12 or 13. Guests will be served a three-course meal ...

Growing support for Movember charities

Growing support for Movember charities

RAMS Rugby Club is pulling together to raise awareness and money during Movember. Members have taken part individually in the ...

Paice and Judge stand out in strongest display of season

IAN RECHNER scored the only goal of the game as Henley 4ths consolidated their position in the top three of MBBO Open Division 7 ...

Rams’ rugby director supports plan for cup competition

Rams’ rugby director supports plan for cup competition

SEB REYNOLDS, the Rams director of rugby, believes his side will be up for the cup as the National Clubs Association try to conjure up ...

Clubs disappointed virus sinks all water activities

ROWING Clubs in Henley are frustrated that their athletes are unable to train on the water during the latest coronavirus lockdown. ...

Three defeats on spin

CHAMPIONSHIP leaders Reading slipped to a third straight defeat as Stoke City made the most of defensive errors at the Madejski ...

Allen nets hat-trick as United record first points of season

Allen nets hat-trick as United record first points of season

ROTHERFIELD UNITED put in a solid performance as they ran out 2-0 winners at home against Division 1 newcomers HOLYPORT RESERVES last ...

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Lottery win

THE Chiltern Edge School Association raised £191.76 with its autumn lottery. The parent-run group raises money for Maiden Erlegh Chiltern Edge School in Reades Lane, Soning Common.... [more]

 

Good listen

THE Fish volunteer centre in Sonning Common is lending out audio books and music CDs throughout the latest lockdown.  The charity has sanitised all the products and its volunteers ... [more]

 

December bus trips

THE bus service run by the Fish volunteer centre in Sonning Common has organised preliminary shopping trips for December.  The minibus will have limited passenger numbers and  ... [more]

 

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