WOMEN’S FOOTBALL: Oxford United will bid to make it four straight wins when they host Gillingham tomorrow.

The FA National League Premier Division South clash, which kicks off at 2pm at Oxford City’s Court Place Farm, is a match dedicated towards Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The fine run has lifted the U’s to sixth in the table, with games in hand on their rivals.

ICE HOCKEY: Oxford City Stars will look to turn on the style in front of their home fans once again when they host MK Thunder tomorrow.

Stars beat Raiders 2nd 13-4 in National League South Division 1 last week and will be looking for more of the same.

Season ticket holders of both Oxford United and Oxford City with a match stub from today’s games can get discounted tickets as part of the relaunched ‘Oxfordshire United’ partnership.

MOTORSPORT: Renault will not appeal against their disqualification from the Japanese Grand Prix following an investigation into their braking system.

Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Hulkenberg finished sixth and tenth respectively for the Enstone-based team.

But Formula 1’s governing body, the FIA, upheld a protest by the Racing Point team.

Renault are in action at the Mexican Grand Prix this weekend.

SNOOKER: Priyan Shah won twice as Woodstock beat Thame B 4-2 in their Oxford & District League Premier/Section 1 clash.


Prem/Div 1: Woodstock 4, Thame B 2; Witney 1, Oracle B 5; Littlemore C 3, Highfield B 3; Oracle A 3, J’s Sports Bar A 3.

Div 2: J’s Sports Bar B 3, Oracle C 3; Oxford Bowls 1, Littlemore A 5; Oracle F 2, Eynsham A 4; Thame C 1, New Club 5.

Div 3: Eynsham B 4, Oracle E 2; House Club 1, Green Road 5; Littlemore D 3, J’s Sports Bar D 3.

BILLIARDS: Michael McCluskey and Robert Watson triumphed as Eynsham beat Thame 4-1 in the first round of the Stephen Reiss Cup.


Eynsham 4, Thame 1; Abingdon Con 4, New Club 1; Ashton 1, Littlemore RBL 4.