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  1. Rugby Union: Oxfordshire Cup and Shield - when and where to watch the first round tiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | Witney Gazette

    The tie will be the club's first competitive fixture under the lights at Horspath Sports Ground and is a 7.30pm kick-off. There are also two Cup games tomorrow night, with Witney taking on Banbury at Hailey Road and Chinnor 2nd facing Henley 2nd at Kingsey Road.

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  2. Rugby Union: Oxfordshire Cup and Shield - when and where to watch the first round tiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | Oxford Times

    The tie will be the club's first competitive fixture under the lights at Horspath Sports Ground and is a 7.30pm kick-off. There are also two Cup games tomorrow night, with Witney taking on Banbury at Hailey Road and Chinnor 2nd facing Henley 2nd at Kingsey Road.

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  3. Founder of Fight Bladder Cancer aims to secure charity's futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | Oxford Mail

    IN July this year, doctors told Andrew Winterbottom, founder of the Oxfordshire-based charity Fight Bladder Cancer, he had perhaps two years to live. After almost nine years of relatively good health following his first brush with the disease a battle with bladder cancer Mr Winterbottom admitted the devastating news came as a 'complete shock'.

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  4. Rugby Union: More late drama for Chinnor, while in-form Henley Hawks...Read the original story

    Tuesday Nov 6 | Witney Gazette

    Craig Holland scored 20 points during Chinnor's 33-33 draw at home to Rosslyn Park in National League 1 CHINNOR were involved in another National League 1 thriller, but conceded a last-gasp try in a 33-33 draw at home to Rosslyn Park. But Dan Laventure touched down, Lound converting, for the visitors, before Holland's penalty saw Chinnor trail 21-16 at the break.

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  5. Man caught with stun gun disguised as a mobile phoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 3 | Oxford Times

    Nathan Johnson, of Siareys Close, Chinnor, was set to stand trial for one count of possessing a weapon designed to discharge an electrical current and another of possessing an offensive weapon, but later admitted both charges. Oxford Crown Court heard at his sentencing on Wednesday how police first spotted the 20-year old on the night of June 18 last year at Southern Road, Thame.

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  6. Rugby Union: Chinnor and Henley Hawks secure dramatic late victoriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 30 | Witney Gazette

    Fly half Caolan Ryan converted Jack Ramshaw's last-gasp try to earn Chinnor a 23-21 victory at Darlington Mowden Park in National League 1 Picture: Simon Cooper CHINNOR left it late to end a three-match winless run and beat Darlington Mowden Park 23-21 away from home. Just a week after they claimed a dramatic draw at home to Old Elthamians, Caolan Ryan converted Jack Ramshaw's try in the last play in County Durham.

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  7. Rugby Union: Previewing the weekend's actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 26 | Witney Gazette

    Greg Goodfellow's performances off the bench have earned him a place in Chinnor's starting XV Picture: Ric Mellis MATT Williams has praised Greg Goodfellow after naming the scrum half in the Chinnor XV to face Darlington Mowden Park tomorrow. The Scot is set for his second start of the season as the Thame-based side travel to County Durham in National League 1. Goodfellow, a key member of the Chinnor team which won promotion last season, has featured in only three of the opening eight games of this campaign, with Josh Barton and Dave Brazier preferred at nine.

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  8. Rugby Union: Previewing the weekend's actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 26 | Oxford Times

    Greg Goodfellow's performances off the bench have earned him a place in Chinnor's starting XV Picture: Ric Mellis MATT Williams has praised Greg Goodfellow after naming the scrum half in the Chinnor XV to face Darlington Mowden Park tomorrow. The Scot is set for his second start of the season as the Thame-based side travel to County Durham in National League 1. Goodfellow, a key member of the Chinnor team which won promotion last season, has featured in only three of the opening eight games of this campaign, with Josh Barton and Dave Brazier preferred at nine.

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  9. Nature's wonders through the lens: Wildlife trust's photographs of the yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 26 | Oxford Times

    Fritillaries against the sunset, hedgerow wildlife and ancient woodlands; all symbolise the beauty of Oxfordshire's natural world, writes Bryony Aherne . They are also among the stunning images submitted by nature-lovers as part of the Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust's photo competition the winners have which have just been announced.

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  10. Rugby Union: Last-gasp Chinnor claim dramatic draw and Henley Hawks win againRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 23 | Witney Gazette

    Caolan Ryan converted this try from Reon Joseph in the last play to earn Chinnor a 20-20 draw at home to Old Elthamians in National League 1 Picture: Aaron Bayliss CAOLAN Ryan converted Reon Joseph's late try to earn Chinnor a thrilling 20-20 draw at home to Old Elthamians. The result keeps the Thame-based side within touching distance of the leaders as, despite slipping to sixth, they are only four points off the top in National League 1. But Chinnor had other ideas and Greg Goodfellow's superb break led to Joseph racing over in the last play, before Ryan held his nerve to convert under pressure.

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  11. A try at the death denies Old E's first win at ChinnorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 22 | News Shopper

    A try with the last move of the match, denied battling Elthamians a first ever victory at Kingsey Road last Saturday. The visitors held a 20-13 lead heading into injury time but were stunned when Chinnor winger Reon Joseph raced over for a last gasp try on the right after good work from scrum-half Greg Goodfellow, fly-half Caolan Ryan holding his nerve to kick the crucial conversion.

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  12. New cafe and B&B planned for former village pubRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 21 | Oxford Mail

    A design for a new conservatory cafe area at the former Cherry Tree pub in Kingston Blount. Picture: Milan Dedic/ Jin + associates The owner of the old Cherry Tree in Kingston Blount near Chinnor is planning to install a new glass conservatory on the front of the building, extend the kitchen and widen other parts of the building.

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  13. Rugby Union: National League and South West 1 East previewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | Oxford Times

    MATT Williams is calling on Chinnor to learn from their mistakes ahead of tomorrow's clash at home to leaders Old Elthamians. The Thame-based side were knocked off top spot in National League 1 after suffering a second straight defeat last weekend.

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  14. FOOTBALL: Ardley United hit six of the bestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | Oxford Times

    The Perpetua Press Floodlit Cup first round tie on Tuesday night was the first of three games for United in six days across different cup competitions. Tobias London, who had scored the consolation in Saturday's 3-1 Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division defeat at Bishops Cleeve, opened the scoring against Cirencester.

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  15. Schools taught life-saving skillsRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 16 | This is Oxfordshire

    SOME 10,000 schoolchildren will receive vital life-saving training today as part of South Central Ambulance Services Restart a Heart efforts. Ambulance staff, firefighters, and police officers are teaching thousands of children across Oxfordshire CPR as well as how to use a defibrillator.

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  16. FOOTBALL: FA Vase and Hellenic League round-upRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Oxford Times

    STEVE Robertson hit a hat-trick to help fire Wantage Town to a 7-1 win in the Buildbase FA Vase first round. The tie at Codicote was already beyond doubt when the striker bagged his first goal, making it 5-1 by half-time.

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  17. Rugby Union: Chinnor suffer defeat but Henley Hawks win againRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Witney Gazette

    Reon Joseph scored Chinnor's bonus-point try in their defeat at Rotherham Titans in National League 1 Picture: Simon Cooper The result saw the Thame-based side, who were top, slip to fourth in National League 1, but two bonus points in the howling wind ensured they stayed in touch. Titans hit back through Alex Dolly's penalty and they led 10-7 when the same player converted his own try.

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  18. Rugby Union: National League previewRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2018 | Oxford Times

    MATT Williams believes Chinnor's next three games will go a long way to determining which end of the table his side will be fighting. The Thame-based side have taken National League 1 by storm and top English rugby's third tier after six games.

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  19. Rugby Union: National League previewRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2018 | Oxford Mail

    MATT Williams believes Chinnor's next three games will go a long way to determining which end of the table his side will be fighting. The Thame-based side have taken National League 1 by storm and top English rugby's third tier after six games.

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  20. Rugby Union: Chinnor beaten but go top of National League 1 + Henley Hawks claim victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2018 | Oxford Mail

    CHINNOR returned to the top of National League 1 on points difference despite a 13-6 defeat at home to Bishops Stortford. Despite suffering their second reverse of the season, Chinnor picked up a losing bonus point in an error-strewn game.

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