• Abindgon Youth 4 - 12 Kidlington Youth. Under 10 Red League

    Hat-trick hero Ben Owen A good morning’s football with good entertaining team performances from both sides. Jamie Slevin of Kidlington Youth opened the scoring with a header from a corner by Ethan Couling. Archie Devlin made a fantastic

  • Man assaulted in Banbury

    A man was assaulted while walking home early this morning. A man barged into the 22-year-old victim, then punched him repeatedly in the face, police said. The incident happened at about 3.36am as the man was walking home from the town centre along Bridge

  • Spate of fires in county

    Fire crews across the county were called out to a spate of arsons on Friday night and early yesterday morning. In Oxford, three sheds were destroyed in Ashurst Way, Littemore, early yesterday. Fire crews were then called out to Mereland Avenue, Headington

  • Didcot Town Youth U9's 2 Goring Robins U9's 1

    Didcot won a hard fought victory over a determined Goring side to remain unbeaten in the league. The first game was a game of very few chances, Tyler Brown hit the crossbar from a corner for Didcot and then cleared a goalbound shot off the line at the

  • Results 26th & 27th March

    26th & 27th March Under 9 Red League Didcot Town Youth v Goring Robins 2-1 Didcot Casuals v Hinksey Park 2-2 Horspath Youth v Grove Challengers 2-1 Summertown Cobras v Crowmarsh 6-2 Under 9 Blue League

  • Oxford United now three points off play-off places

    Oxford United moved up one place to tenth in League Two, just three points behind the play-off places, with a 3-0 win over Burton Albion at the Kassam Stadium. Steve MacLean scored twice, and Tom Craddock one from the penalty spot in a game

  • Man 'punched repeatedly' in Banbury

    A MAN was assaulted while walking home in Banbury in the early hours of Sunday morning. A man barged into the 22-year-old victim, who was then punched repeatedly in the face, police said. The incident happened at about 3.36am as he was walking home

  • Oxford Utd 3, Burton Albion 0

    Two goals from Steve MacLean and one fromTom Craddock – from the penalty spot - brought the U’s a win which keeps alive their play-off hopes. But it was the team’s other striker, James Constable, around whom so much of Oxford’s attacking threat

  • Steve MacLean gives Oxford United the lead

    Steve MacLean's fifth-minute goal game Oxford United a half-time lead against Burton at the Kassam Stadium. The on-loan Plymouth striker beat keeper Adam Legzdins with a deflected low shot following a move instigated by Harry Worley. Tom Craddock went

  • Oxford United unchanged against Burton

    Oxford United were unchanged for their League Two game at home to Burton Albion today. Aaron Woodley was named as one of the subs, following Jack Midson's loan move to Barnet. Oxford Utd: Clarke, Batt, Worley, Wright, Tonkin, Heslop, McLaren, Burge,

  • U11s B Summertown Stars 0 - Abingdon Youth 8

    Summertown Stars played with only 10 players and were able to keep Abingdon Youth to 0-1 at the half with some fantastic goal keeping by Toby Rowlands. However, Abingdon pushed further ahead in the second half especially in the last 10 minutes to score

  • Saubers excluded from Australian results

    F1 officials have excluded both Saubers from the results of the Australian Grand Prix. In a remarkable post-race development, the Sauber duo rookie Sergio Perez and team-mate Kamui Kobayashi were both excluded from the race results due to what

  • Man in hospital after Banbury street attack

    Police appealed for witnesses after a man was assaulted in Banbury during the early hours today. The incident happened at about 3.36am as the victim, a 22-year-old man, was walking home from the town centre along Bridge Street, towards Middleton Road

  • Sian: Man charged with murder

    A taxi driver has been charged with the murder of Sian O'Callaghan. Christopher Halliwell, 47, who was arrested by officers in a swoop on a taxi rank in Swindon on Thursday, will appear before magistrates in the town tomorrow. Miss O'Callaghan,

  • Man charged over Sian killing

    WILTSHIRE Police have charged 47-year-old Chris Halliwell with the murder of 22-year-old Swindon PA Sian O'Callaghan, they said today. Miss Callaghan’s body was found on Thursday on land just off the B5407 near the White Horse at Uffington,

  • Cotswold Line commuters get track redoubling update

    COTSWOLD Line commuters will be able to find out about progress on the £67m project to reinstate double track this week. Staff from Network Rail and First Great Western will be on hand to talk to passengers at Hanborough and Charlbury stations

  • Capsule art captures drama of miners' rescue

    THE dramatic rescue of the trapped Chilean miners is being recreated in Oxford at a new exhibition. Modern Art Oxford is hosting the exhibition called Time Capsule, which features work by Slovak artist Roman Ondak. One of the pieces is an exact replica

  • Vettel untroubled in Australian win

    Sebastian Vettel started the new Formula One season as he finished last year, with a crushing victory. It was the drive of a world champion as the sport's youngest title holder did not put a wheel out of place before taking the chequered flag at the

  • Census reminder for householders

    Census organisers are urging 26 million households in England and Wales not to forget to fill in their questionnaires. Forms should be filled in today - Census Day - or as soon as possible afterwards, the Office for National Statistics (ONS

  • Charity benefits from cartoon capers

    THREE overgrown smurfs were among dozens of pupils at St Edward’s School in Oxford who raised £3,000 for charity by spending a day dressed as cartoon characters. Olivia McAloon, 14, Meg Johnson, 13 and Fleur Green, 14, spent 20 minutes daubing themselves

  • 'Lights out' events for Earth Hour

    People in 134 countries and territories including the UK switched off their lights for an hour to support action to create a sustainable future for the planet. Environment charity WWF organised the Earth Hour event which saw buildings such

  • Sian police try to identify remains

    Police investigating the murder of PA Sian O'Callaghan are today working to identify human remains found in a field as they continued to question a man. Officers found the remains on Saturday following extensive searches at a site near Eastleach