Chinnor produced an excellent second half to earn their first win in four games. Here is the numbers' game. See Tuesday’s paper for full report.
OXFORD is famed as the home of Roger Bannister’s four-minute mile and as half of the most famous rowing rivalry in the world.
Two goals in the last 13 minutes from Steve Maclean and Tom Craddock earned Oxford United a 2-1 win over Bradford City at the Kassam Stadium.
TWO teenagers have been honoured with an award in memory of Princess Diana for their volunteering work.
Oxford United avenged their 5-0 drubbing at Valley Parade as two late goals brought them a terrific victory over Peter Taylor’s Bradford.
Oxford United trailed Bradford City 1-0 at half-time at the Kassam Stadium.
TWO major Wallingford housing developments which divided residents have been rejected.
OXFORD Brookes University’s triumph over Cambridge in TV’s University Challenge shows it can battle with the best, the team’s coach said.
AN ABINGDON secondary school has been listed among the top 100 most improved in the country.
CHARLBURY railway station’s busy car park could be extended.
DIDCOT Railway Centre is launching a £125,000 fundraising drive so it can steam ahead with future development plans.
A sexual assualt on a 20-year-old woman in Bicester could be linked to a similar attack in November, police have warned.
AN OLD warehouse is being transformed into a cafe and arts centre before being demolished.
Green Road A reached the third round of the Oxford & District Buildbase Cup with a dramatic 4-3 win against Littlemore RBL C.
A THEATRE will be able to work more closely with schools and community groups for the next two years thanks to the “amazing” generosity of the public.
FOUR men have appeared in court and denied intimidating a witness in a murder trial.
Hook Norton beat Sandford A by three wickets off the last ball of their Banbury Indoor League Division 2 encounter.
Witney target rifle shooter Jason Buckingham (pictured above) must be one of Oxfordshire’s hottest shots.
Cokethorpe School (Witney) completed a hat-trick of Oxfordshire Under 19 Rugby Cup wins with a nail-biting 8-7 victory over Henley College in the final at Henley RFC.
KIDLINGTON and Wallingford are to get super-fast broadband connections from spring next year, BT have announced.
At last, the weather has improved, so it is time to get back on our rivers with a real chance of banking some decent fish, although water levels may be pretty high this weekend.
OAKS winner Freedom Emma enhanced her claims for Bitch of the Year with a resounding follow-up victory to land the Betfair Community Standard at Hall Green on Tuesday.
COUNCIL workers in Oxford have been offered a £500 ‘sweetener’ for making millions of pounds of cuts.
I’m sure you have all heard of tickling trout, but in America (where else!) they’ve taken it a step further.
City of Oxford swimmer Helena Beel won a gold medal in her first competitive gala – in Abingdon Vale’s level 3 meet at Temple Cowley.
Oxford City Stars could hand new Polish signing Damian Matla his debut when they travel to Kent for tomorrow’s English National League South Division 1 clash with Invicta Dynamos.
Most of the rivers across the county were well up after the snow melt and heavy rain last week, and Sunday’s matches were again disrupted, some being moved to either lakes or canals.
Cheeky. That’s about the best word to describe it.
Short term pain for long term gain. That is certainly the case with today’s news about the city’s Iffley Road.
Oxfordshire's Jordan Ayris (pictured) has been picked for the England Schools Under 18 squad.
Rutherford saw their lead at the top of Oxford & District League Division 1 cut to a point as they lost 7-3 to Vikings A.
Firefighters put out a small blaze at the Medina Mosque in East Oxford.
A £2.5M scheme to upgrade one of the city’s “most neglected” roads will start this summer and cause motorists misery for nearly two years.
BURGLARS broke into the home of a 101-year-old woman in Jericho, Oxford.
A POLICEWOMAN was seriously injured after stopping to help the driver of a van that had broken down on the A34.
Former Berinsfield fighter Jordan Flynn is aiming to build on his European Championship success as he looks to reach the ABA national schoolboy finals for the third year in succession.
RICHARD Baker’s top bitch Kates Noble Style goes for a £500 to the winner event at Swindon, and he says former top open race bitch Ballymac Class has whelped a litter of seven to Ace High Rumble.
A GERMAN-based businessman selling a unique Remembrance Day Oxford United shirt for profit is “taking the mickey out of real supporters and the Poppy Appeal”, it was claimed last night.
Steve Maclean plays the final game of his loan spell at Oxford United against Bradford today – but the U’s are very hopeful that it will not be his last appearance for them.
Chris Wilder has been pipped to the npower League Two manager of the month award by Gillingham’s Andy Hessenthaler (left).
Oxford City striker Lee Steele has rejected a move to Zamaretto Southern League Premier Division rivals Brackley Town so he can help them in their battle against relegation.
NINE years after her daughter was helped by an Oxfordshire hospital, mum Tanya Ball is passionate about helping other young patients.
DOWNIE Kath It's been a year, It's gone so fast, But the tears and heartache will always last. Love and miss you so much. Our world is not the same without you. Love you Audrey, Paul, Lianne, Reece and Amelia
DOWNIE Kathleen "Kath" 25.08.1933 - 16.01.2010 Though your smile has gone forever And your hand we cannot touch We shall never lose the memories Of the Mum we love so much. A year has gone since you left us and we still think of you each and every…
KAY Mona Quietly passed away at home in Carterton on 1st January 2011. Dearly loved Wife of George (Danny). Much loved Mum of Brian, Linda and Julie. Precious Nan Nan / Nan of Martin, Paul, Jemma, Kristen, Maxine, George, and all her Great…
Parsons Sammie Passed away suddenly on 8th January 2011. He will be sadly missed by all of his family & friends. Funeral service on Wednesday 19th January 2011 in Dorchester Abbey at 1pm. Flowers or donations to The Stoke Mandeville Paediatric…
HESMER Jackie Happy 60th Birthday Love Mum, Stan, Shanda, Craig and grandchildren. x x x x x