Chinnor, England Newswire

Chinnor, England Newswire

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  1. Rugby Union: Chinnor win again to go top of National League 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Witney Gazette

    Rob Bell's 45th minute try proved to be the match-winner as the Thame-based side fought back from 20-7 down to make it three successive victories in their debut season in the third tier of English rugby. Ben Penfold's penalty put the hosts 3-0 up, but Chinnor hit back when Reon Joseph cruised over, Bertie Hopkin adding the extras.

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  2. Rugby Union: Chinnor win again to go top of National League 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Oxford Times

    Rob Bell's 45th minute try proved to be the match-winner as the Thame-based side fought back from 20-7 down to make it three successive victories in their debut season in the third tier of English rugby. Ben Penfold's penalty put the hosts 3-0 up, but Chinnor hit back when Reon Joseph cruised over, Bertie Hopkin adding the extras.

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  3. Rugby Union: Chinnor make impressive start in National League 1 + Henley Hawks also winRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 4 | Oxford Times

    Caolan Ryan kicked 16 points for Chinnor during their victory at Plymouth Albion in National League 1 Picture: Simon Cooper CHINNOR made a stunning start to life in National League 1 when beating Plymouth Albion 26-11 away from home. Fly-half Caolan Ryan kicked 16 points on his debut as the newly-promoted club got the better of a side who finished third last season and had only lost once at home over the last two years.

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

    Thursday Aug 30 | Oxford Times

    LEADER: Danny Barnes, pictured during pre-season, will captain Chinnor for a second season in a row Picture: Simon Cooper RUGBY returns this weekend, with five Oxfordshire clubs beginning their new campaigns on Saturday. We catch up with Chinnor, Henley Hawks, Banbury, Witney and Oxford Harlequins ahead of the 2018/19 season.

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  5. Rugby Union: Friendly wins for Chinnor, Henley Hawks and Oxford HarlequinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 21 | Oxford Times

    Craig Holland races over for one of his three tries during Chinnor's friendly victory over London Irish Wild Geese Picture: Simon Cooper CHINNOR continued their National League 1 preparations with a dominant 73-0 victory at home to London Irish Wild Geese. Jack Robinson crossed twice as National League 2 South side Henley Hawks beat Cardiff Metropolitan University 40-14 away from home.

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  6. Rugby Union: Go-ahead Didcot looking to build for futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 16, 2018 | Oxford Times

    BOASTING some of the most modern facilities in the county, Didcot are hoping their new professional look will help propel them up the leagues. Having moved from their humble dwelling at Edmonds Park to the brand new pavilion at Boundary Park, the south Oxfordshire club are thriving.

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  7. Rugby Union: Chinnor fly half Caolan Ryan sidelined by hand injuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 13 | Oxford Mail

    CHINNOR will again be without fly half Caolan Ryan as they attempt to preserve their 100 per cent start in National League 1 at Cambridge tomorrow. Ryan suffered a serious hand injury at work the day before last week's match against Ampthill and is expected to be out for several weeks.

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  8. Rugby Union: Craig Holland's double helps Chinnor continue dream startRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 11 | Witney Gazette

    CHINNOR'S dream start to their National League 1 continued with a hard-earned 38-33 victory at home to Ampthill. The hosts, who led 38-18 after two tries from Craig Holland, had to resist a strong comeback from their opponents before sealing their second win in two matches.

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  9. Thousands to cheer on Tour of Britain stars in Bucks todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 12, 2014 | Basingstoke Gazette

    TENS of thousands of fans are expected to line the the streets of Bucks this afternoon as the Tour of Britain whips through the county. Sir Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish are both among a star-studded peloton that will cross the border into Bucks at around 2pm.

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  10. Sedgley's Roberts hoping to land a knockout blow on ChinnorRead the original story

    May 3, 2018 | Prestwichandwhitefieldguide.co.uk

    TEAM manager Geoff Roberts has called for his Sedgley players to go for glory in their crunch play-off clash on Saturday. After sealing second spot in National Two North with an emphatic 80-19 win at home to Sheffield Tigers last weekend, Roberts and his Tigers side head to National Two South runners-up Chinnor this weekend with the winner promoted to National One for next season.

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

    Friday Sep 7 | Oxford Times

    STRONG START: Tom Burns, who returned to Chinnor in the summer, scored a try last weekend and keeps his place at No 8 Picture: Simon Cooper MATT Williams says Chinnor cannot afford to get carried away by their impressive start to life in National League 1. Ampthill are the first visitors to Kingsey Road this weekend and director of rugby Williams wants Chinnor to keep their feet on the ground. "We've only played one game, but people on Saturday were very sure of the result before a ball had been kicked and that put us in a total win-win position.

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  12. Rugby Union: Chinnor mean business, says Matt Williams after opening National League 1 victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 6 | Witney Gazette

    The Thame-based side recorded an impressive 26-11 victory at Plymouth Albion on their debut in the third tier of English rugby last Saturday. A committed and powerful performance saw Chinnor stun a side who had only lost once at home in each of their previous two seasons and are among the favourites to challenge for the title.

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  13. Rugby Union: Chinnor mean business, says Matt Williams after opening National League 1 victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 6 | Oxford Times

    The Thame-based side recorded an impressive 26-11 victory at Plymouth Albion on their debut in the third tier of English rugby last Saturday. A committed and powerful performance saw Chinnor stun a side who had only lost once at home in each of their previous two seasons and are among the favourites to challenge for the title.

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  14. Rugby Union: Chinnor make impressive start in National League 1 + Henley Hawks also winRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 4 | Oxford Mail

    Caolan Ryan kicked 16 points for Chinnor during their victory at Plymouth Albion in National League 1 Picture: Simon Cooper CHINNOR made a stunning start to life in National League 1 when beating Plymouth Albion 26-11 away from home. Fly-half Caolan Ryan kicked 16 points on his debut as the newly-promoted club got the better of a side who finished third last season and had only lost once at home over the last two years.

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  15. New Hawks coach believes side can finish in top fiveRead the original story

    Monday Sep 3 | Henley Standard

    Luke Allen will take charge of the side for the first time tomorrow away at Bury St Edmunds in National League 2 South. He was appointed to the top job following the departure of Pete Davies, who ended his eight-year coaching association with the club in May. Allen, the club's former forwards coach, joined Henley as a player in 2013 from Cinderford where he had a successful playing career for three seasons.

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

    Thursday Aug 30 | Oxford Mail

    LEADER: Danny Barnes, pictured during pre-season, will captain Chinnor for a second season in a row Picture: Simon Cooper RUGBY returns this weekend, with five Oxfordshire clubs beginning their new campaigns on Saturday. We catch up with Chinnor, Henley Hawks, Banbury, Witney and Oxford Harlequins ahead of the 2018/19 season.

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  17. Scales of Justice: The latest results from Oxford and BanburyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 26 | Oxford Mail

    PHILIP HASTINGS, 36, of Giles Road, Oxford, admitted assaulting a woman at Sandy Lane, Oxford, on July 19. He was given a conditional discharge for three months and must pay a victim surcharge of 20 and court costs of 85. MARK WEST, 48, of Haydock Road, Bicester, admitted assaulting a man on January 18 at Oxford and using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent to cause fear of violence. He must pay compensation totalling 200.

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  18. Huge tree brings down phone cables and blocks road in South OxfordshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 26 | Oxford Mail

    The tree has come down, officers said, on the 'main road from Kingston Blount [near Thame and Chinnor] to Stokenchurch'. Officers said they were working to get the road re-opened but urged drivers to find alternative routes until then.

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  19. 'Pulsating purple light' seen in night sky over OxfordshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 23 | Oxford Mail

    CAMPERS have said their hair stood on end when they saw a 'pulsating purple light' hovering over Oxfordshire last night. The blue or violet glow seemed to pass silently above the clouds near Chinnor from about 9.30pm for some 10 minutes.

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  20. 'Pulsating purple light' seen in night sky over OxfordshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 23 | Oxford Mail

    CAMPERS have said their hair stood on end when they saw a 'pulsating purple light' hovering over Oxfordshire last night. The blue or violet glow seemed to pass silently above the clouds near Chinnor from about 9.30pm for some 10 minutes.

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