• MOTORCYCLING: Smith enjoys podium finish

    Oxford's Bradley Smith secured his second successive podium finish with a third place in the 125cc race at the Grand Prix of Japan in Motegi. Despite losing his rear mudguard in a first-bend incident, Smith was a comfortable third behind Marc

  • GREYHOUNDS: Oxford results

    SATURDAY’S RESULTS 7.35: 1 BLUE NATALIE 9-4, 2 Hillcross Gypsy 5-1. Trio: (6x4x2). Trainer: Rayner. Wychwood Boy (2) 7-4 fav. Time: 27.72. 7.50: 1 PRIMO TAO 5-2, 2 Slashers Dasher 7-2. Trio: (1x6x5). Trainer: Magnasco. Absinthe (3) 9

  • Kidlington Youth 16 - 2 Grove. Under 10s Red League

    Callum hits Grove for 6 Callum Rolfe hit a double hat-trick with Ben Owen adding another as Kidlington ran out comfortable winners against Grove on a wet and windy Sunday morning. The first game was tight until the latter stages. Ethan

  • Results 2nd & 3rd October

    2nd & 3rd October Under 9 Red League Horspath Youth v Crowmarsh 2-5 Didcot Casuals v Kennington 4-1 Goring Robins v Cumnor Minors 2-6 Hinksey Park v Summertown Eagles 4-6 Didcot Town Youth v Summertown Cobras

  • Stoner wins in Japan

    Ducati's Casey Stoner made it back-to-back MotoGP wins with victory in the Grand Prix of Japan at Motegi. Stoner started the race third on the grid but was leading the way the end of the first lap, putting pole-sitter Andrea Dovizioso and second-placed

  • U11s 1st Round Cup, Summertown Stars 6 - Kennington Athletic 2

    Summertown Stars took an early lead in the U11s 1st round cup match against Kennington Athletic but Kennington equalised before the half. Summertown then turned it on in the second half to score five goals against Kennington's additional goal which came

  • Twin Strikes see Kidlington Rangers Through

    Kidlington Youth Rangers progressed To The Next Round of The U11 Cup winning 2-0 in an evenly balanced game at Garsington. Their Goals were scored by Twins Sam and Will Newcombe,Sam scoring with a Powerful Header half way through the 1st half and

  • Teenagers' smash injuries 'life threatening'

    TWO teenagers have ‘life threatening’ injuries following a car smash on Friday night, police said yesterday. A red Fiat Punto left Cuddesdon Road in Horspath, at about 8.30pm and crashed into a ditch and collided with a brick footbridge. Two

  • Cumnor win three in a row

    Cumnor Minors won their third game of the season 6-2 at Goring Robins. The first match was a close affair with both teams pressing for a goal. It could have gone either way and Jack Hunters cool finish gave Cumnor the lead late on in the game to make

  • Ashmolean misses out on top award

    OXFORD’S Ashmolean Museum has missed out on a prestigious £20,000 architecture prize, following its £61m revamp. The Maxxi contemporary art museum in Rome has won the UK's Stirling Prize for architecture. The award went to London-based

  • Walkers rise to Yorkshire peaks challenge

    COUNCIL staff scaled three Yorkshire peaks to raise money for injured soldiers and dementia sufferers. The team from South Oxfordshire District Council and the Vale of White Horse District Council raised £8,000. Twenty-six walkers completed the Yorkshire

  • Witney children's centre is still on the cards

    A CHURCH in Witney has vowed to create a centre for children and young people after the project lost out on Government funding. High Street Methodist Church pledged to raise the full £750,000 for the centre after it was announced £138,000 of Government