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Abingdon slip back into drop zone after weekend washout

Abingdon slip back into drop zone after weekend washout

| Abingdon United suffered a frustrating weekend following the postponement of their Hellenic League Premier Division clash at Oxford City Nomads last Saturday. United had rekindled their hopes of avoiding relegation with an impressive 2-0 away victory over Bracknell Town the previous week, but were denied the…

Shop help

| Convenience store chain Costcutter have donated £300 to help Sutton Courtenay Cricket Club (SCCC), to help with expenses for youth members. The cheque was presented in a ceremony outside the store in Sutton Courtenay by manager Francis Savva-Savvi to members of the Old Wallingford Way…

Cricket awards

| Oxfordshire’s cricket clubs celebrated the end of the season at the Kassam Stadium on Saturday,…

Oxford Ebola vaccine deemed safe

Oxford Ebola vaccine deemed safe

| Experts say the first results of an Ebola vaccine at Oxford University indicate that it is safe. Scientists at the university’s Jenner Institute in Roosevelt Drive have been trialling a vaccine developed by the US National Institutes of Health in response to the Ebola outbreak…

The three folk musketeers

The three folk musketeers

| The musical trio of John McCusker, Michael McGoldrick and John Doyle are performing at the Nettlebed Folk Club near Wallingford on Monday, March 2. With McCusker on the fiddle, Doyle on guitar and vocals and McGoldrick on the flute, whistles and uilleann pipes, expect a…

Youth jazz

| The popular National Youth Jazz Orchestra will be at the Oxford Playhouse next Friday, March…

Didcot upbeat despite winless streak

Didcot upbeat despite winless streak

| Didcot Town joint manager Ian Concannon said he is confident his side’s poor run of form will soon come to an end. The Railwaymen’s winless run stretched to nine matches with a 2-2 draw at home to Tiverton Town. Didcot were on top for most of…