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SWR’s Jordan Albert won the second race at Brands Hatch Picture: Jakob Ebrey Photography

MOTORSPORT: Jordan Albert sets sights on Formula 4 title fight after second victory

DARTS: Darren Allen hits highest finish of Summer League season with 170 check out

DARTS: Darren Allen hits highest finish of Summer League season with 170 check out

Elliot Harvey, from Didcot, finished third in the MSA Kartmasters British Kart Grand Prix at Trent Valley

MOTORSPORT: Elliot Harvey books spot at IAME International Final

Terry Russell (left) in action

BOXING: Terry Russell eyes title defence

SAILING: Magdalen College School claim bronze in world team challenge

ANGLING: Peter Oliver nets more joy on River Thames

Rosie Bancroft is targeting Rio 2016

SWIMMING: City of Oxford's Rosie Bancroft sets her sights on making Rio Olympics

Valtteri Bottas celebrates on the podium after driving his Grove-prepared Williams to third place behind Lewis Hamilton (left|) in this year’s Canadian Grand Prix

MOTOR RACING: Bottas insists he is focused only on winning for Williams

Tania Franklin on her way to victory in the South Midlands Championships

POWERLIFTING: Bicester's Franklin is thrilled to land her first title

PIGEON RACING: Latest results

PIGEON RACING: Latest results

ROWING: Joel Cassells and Jamie Copus top medal treble for Oxford Brookes University

ROWING: Joel Cassells and Jamie Copus top medal treble for Oxford Brookes University

BOWLS: Triumphant Oxfordshire Under 25s see title tilt dashed

BOWLS: Triumphant Oxfordshire Under 25s see title tilt dashed

BOWLS: Bicester bite the dust to suffer relegation

BOWLS: Bicester bite the dust to suffer relegation

Banbury Central’s Caroline Campion with the Oxfordshire ladies’ singles trophy after her 21-6 win over Oxford City & County’s Katherine Hawes

BOWLS: Caroline Campion cruises in to wreck Katherine Hawes's bid for 14th crown

BAR BILLIARDS: Mark Trafford shines in Oxford triumph

BAR BILLIARDS: Mark Trafford shines in Oxford triumph

Dick Walsh secured victory for Six Bells C Kidlington against Black Prince A

AUNT SALLY: Craig Greenough stars but fails to spark Garsington Sports A win

Keith Bull hit a sixer in a 13-doll haul for Florence Park Club A in Section 2

AUNT SALLY: Rose Hill Club A knocked off top spot in Section 2

Nick Oliver will be back at Oxford City Stars this season, along with brothers Joe and Josh

ICE HOCKEY: Oxford City Stars sign up Oliver brothers

MOTORSPORT: Walkinshaw's Spa day halted by downpour

MOTORSPORT: Walkinshaw's Spa day halted by downpour

Bradley Smith (left) celebrates with Yamaha at the top of the podium

MOTORCYCLING: Bradley Smith helps Yamaha to win Suzuka 8 trophy

Williams driver Valtteri Bottas has a puncture mended during the Hungarian Grand Prix

MOTORSPORT: Grosjean pleased with picking up points for Lotus in Hungary

ANGLING: Dolton is in the points

CYCLE SPEEDWAY: Horspath all set for Ashes action

CYCLE SPEEDWAY: Horspath all set for Ashes action

Oxford Ice Rink skaters (from left) Ceri Kearney, Kate Garman, Emily-Kate Barnett, Juliana Drozd, Anais Arnould

ICE SKATING: Emily-Kate Barnett and Kate Garman impress

Oxford featherweight Sam Gibson proudly shows off his medal

MARTIAL ARTS: Oxford trio strike golden glory at nationals

Liz House (third left) with (extreme left) City chair Sandra Harding-Brown, head coach Amanda Booth and swimmer Elise Lawrence

SWIMMING: House to call it day

Jules Bianchi

MOTORSPORT: Valtteri Bottas in tribute to late Jules Bianchi

Bradley Smith will race for Yamaha, alongside Pol Espargaro and Katsuyuki Nakasuga, at the Suzuka 8 Hours event

MOTORSPORT: Bradley Smith set for Suzuka 8 Hour challenge

MOTORSPORT: Tom Harris earns European BriSCA F1 Stock Car win from back of grid

MOTORSPORT: Tom Harris earns European BriSCA F1 Stock Car win from back of grid

Former Headington School pupil Olivia Carnegie Brown (left) competes for GB at the world championships

ROWING: Oxfordshire stars ready for French exam

Lawrence Clarke

ATHLETICS: Lawrence Clarke eyeing glory tilt

Oxford City Stars' import Evan Mackintosh made a big impact last season

ICE HOCKEY: Talented duo sign for Oxford City Stars

James Walter breaks the 1,000-yard rushing milestone

AMERICAN FOOTBALL: James Walter's double puts seal on revival

BAR BILLIARDS: Vikings go point clear after draw with Didcot Conservative Club

BAR BILLIARDS: Vikings go point clear after draw with Didcot Conservative Club

Chris Weller's four helped Witney Mills to victory over Charlbury

BOWLS: Ken Williams's wonders chalk up stunning 50-shot win

Banbury Borough’s Mark Sykes with the magnificent Oxfordshire singles trophy

BOWLS: Mark Sykes crowned Oxfordshire champion with super show

AUNT SALLY: Andy Lewis shines as New Club B storm to victory

AUNT SALLY: Andy Lewis shines as New Club B storm to victory

Chipping Norton racing driver Sean Walkinshaw

MOTORSPORT: Sean Walkinshaw’s excited by Spa 24-hour tester

DARTS: Pairs victory sees Kidlington Green Social Club A home

DARTS: Pairs victory sees Kidlington Green Social Club A home

Izzy Taylor, from Aynho near Banbury, is in the British team

EVENTING: Izzy Taylor is jumping for joy at Great Britain call-up

Olivia Webb (left) and Evie Colquhoun

TRAMPOLINING: Webb lifts joint title

Pictured (from left): Hollie Charles, Kuba Pienkos, Gabriella Rhodes, Charlie Rhodes, Max Rhodes and Carl Davis

MARTIAL ARTS: Super Davis takes gold medal brace

Oxford City Stars' defenceman James Clarke

ICE HOCKEY: Oxford City Stars handed boost as quartet agree to stay

ANGLING: Malone is too classy for rivals

Kieran Bird has a dream to compete in the Tokyo Olympics in 2020

SWIMMING: Ambitious Bird has Georgia on mind

Wallingford Women’s eight. From left: Rachael Haycock, Becky Waller, Katie Kapernaros, Rachel Edge, Judith Carr, Jenny Taylor, Alice Brown, Laura Forrest and Karen Walker Picture: BigBlade Photography

ROWING: Wallingford veterans land gold successes at Masters

I was pleased with another solid sixth-place finish at the Sachsenring in Germany to remain as the leading non-factory rider in MotoGP

BRADLEY SMITH COLUMN: It’s incredible how my fortunes have changed

Banbury Borough’s Mark Sykes booked his place in the singles and fours at the National Championships at Leamington Spa

BOWLS: Ace Watts has treble chance wrecked by namesake Sam

Red Lion A Eynsham’s Terry Stuart clanged off 15 dolls

AUNT SALLY: Terry Stuart shines as Red Lion A Eynsham roar to convincing win

AUNT SALLY: Chris Webb plays starring role in Ampleforth Arms C victory

AUNT SALLY: Chris Webb plays starring role in Ampleforth Arms C victory

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