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Aston boss King rues two points dropped after Mursley draw

Aston Clinton manager Jordan King felt his side ‘did enough to win the game’ after Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Mursley United dropped them down a place to sixth in Spartan South Midlands League Division Two.

FC boss Danny Gordon

Royston breeze to victory against struggling Moles

Aylesbury FC’s indifferent form this season hit a low point on Saturday when they were spanked 5-0 by table-topping Royston Town.

Scrum time. Picture by Jake McNulty

Stow delivers the winning kick as resurgent Ducks find their groove

Aylesbury RFC head coach Jon Lambden is hoping his side can now use their growing confidence as a springboard for the rest of the season following Saturday’s hard-fought 23-20 win over Buckingham.

Bertie Hopkin on kicking duties. Picture: Aaron Bayliss

Ruthless Chinnor simply too good again as they stay top

Chinnor’s superior fitness, power and organisation once again shone through as they maintained their place atop National League Division Two South with another ruthless victory, Barnes this time succumbing by 61 points to 28.

Mark Webber celebrating after winning the 2012 British Grand Prix

Proud Webber has no regrets after calling time on his glittering career

Mark Webber has announced that he will retire from professional motor racing when the current season of the FIA World Endurance Championship reaches its conclusion in a few weeks’ time.

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Kandeez dancers brought home 23 trophies from the National Finals

Kandeez find it a breeze as young dancers do town proud at national finals

Dancers from Aylesbury’s Kandeez Dance school did the town proud when they brought home a brilliant 23 trophies from the ISTD DFR National Grand Finals Competition at the Guildford Spectrum last week.

Ollie Hogg heads home. Picture by Mike Snell

Hogg brace steers Aylesbury past Histon

Ollie Hogg scored twice as Aylesbury United earned their first win in five league games when beating struggling Histon 2-1 on Saturday.

Ty Deacon fires home the winner. Picture by Marc Keinch

Deacon sparks lift off as Moles stun Farnborough

Aylesbury FC’s season finally hit lift off on Saturday when they came from two goals down to stun high-flying Farnborough 3-2 for their first home win of the campaign.

Action from the National Junior Games held at Stoke Mandeville Stadium - Pace Centre pupils take part in boccia

PICTURE SPECIAL: Stoke Mandeville Stadium hosts national junior sporting event

Young people from across Bucks and around the UK took part in the National Junior Games at Stoke Mandeville Stadium last week.

Funeral to be held for cricket stalwart and former Aylesbury umpire

Funeral to be held for cricket stalwart and former Aylesbury umpire

Stalwart cricket umpire Ron Jennings, from Aylesbury, has sadly passed away this week.

Johnny Montgomery scores the winning goal. Picture by Marc Keinch

Montgomery strikes at the death to send Moles through

Aylesbury FC squeaked through to the next round of the League Cup with a last-minute 1-0 win over AFC Dunstable on Tuesday evening.

Class tells in the end as Maidenhead knock out the Ducks

Class tells in the end as Maidenhead knock out the Ducks

There was cup disappointment for Aylesbury United on Tuesday when they bowed out of the Berks & Bucks Cup at the first hurdle, losing 2-0 to Maidenhead United.

Danny Barnes dives over for his second try. Picture: Aaron Bayliss

Late flurry keeps Chinnor’s winning run going

Chinnor left it late to overcome Redigensians 32-17 and maintain their winning start to the season in National League Division Two South.

Bernie Christie fires in the equaliser for Dunstable. Picture by Jake McNulty

Moles surrender two-goal lead as Dunstable fight back

Aylesbury FC surrendered a two-goal lead against AFC Dunstable at the weekend as their indifferent start to the season continued with an incident-filled 2-2 draw.

James Woodcock evades the Bicester wing as Lee Starkey supports. Picture

Aylesbury’s first league win ‘not far away’ after Bicester defeat

Aylesbury assistant coach Rob Smith feels a first league win for his side is ‘not far away’ after they were beaten 17-10 by Bicester on Saturday.

Lee Stobbs

Moles edge past Kidlington for three valuable points

Aylesbury FC chalked up three much-needed points on Tuesday when they finally saw off a resilient Kidlington side 3-2.

Who said it, Allardyce or Bassett?

Quiz: Who said it - Sam Allardyce or Mike Bassett?

Sam Allardyce was only in charge of the England team for one game, but he has already stepped down “by mutual agreement” after what the FA called inappropriate conduct.

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Picture by Marc Keinch

Toothless Moles slump to timid home defeat

No amount of spin could disguise the fact that this game between Aylesbury FC and Bedford at the SRD Stadium was unfortunately an uninspiring and insipid affair.

Henry Lamont scores Chinnor's first try. Picture: Aaron Bayliss

Three wins from three for red-hot Chinnor

Chinnor made it three wins from three games this season when they beat Redruth 21-5 to move third in National League Division Two South.

Prop Andy Hackett stretches over for the try. Picture PNL-160919-133149002

Lambden sees the positives as Ducks slide to another defeat

Aylesbury head coach Jon Lambden felt there were plenty of positives to take from his side’s 24-10 defeat to Beaconsfield at the weekend, their second loss from two games in the Southern Counties North.

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