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Head coach Lambden warns of bigger tests after Ducks overcome All Blacks

Aylesbury head coach Jon Lambden has warned his side they face will ‘bigger challenges’ in the coming weeks and months after they registered a second successive league victory at the weekend.

David Haule

Moles and Harlow set to do it all over again with Dulwich awaiting the winners in FA Trophy

Aylesbury FC face a home tie against Dulwich Hamlet in the second qualifying round of the FA Trophy if they manage to overcome Harlow Town in tonight’s replay.

Adi Burden with coach Daza Usher. Picture: Phillip Sharkey

Aylesbury’s Adi hopes his knock-out performance opens the door for ‘bigger and better things’

Aylesbury’s Adi Burden recorded a spectacular fourth round TKO victory over international opponent Georgi Valevski at the Indigo 02 Arena.

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Harry Scott brilliantly finds the top corner for one of his two goals in Monday's game at Beaconsfield. Pictures: Marc Keinch

Hartley and Beaconsfield blown away as resurgent Moles go marching up the table

Aylesbury FC’s recent resurgence gathered pace on Saturday when they pulled off the upset of the day by beating high-flying Hartley Wintney 2-0 – and that was immediately followed by another terrific victory on Monday, this time 3-0 at Beaconsfield.

Richard Lee

Former Watford footballer and Aylesbury Grammar School pupil Richard Lee launches new book

Former Aylesbury Grammar School pupil and Watford goalkeeper Richard Lee has released his second book.

Formula Silverstone single seater

Gift experience day at Silverstone is full of speed and thrills

If the man in your life loves cars and wants to drive a fast one, then there is no better place than Silverstone near Towcester.

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WATCH: Engineers turn Nissan into 190mph radio controlled car and race around Silverstone

Engineers have transformed a Nissan GT-R into the world’s ultimate radio controlled racer - capable of 196MPH - and raced it around Silverstone.

Ty Deacon. Picture by Marc Keinch

Moles made to work hard before sealing FA Trophy progress

Aylesbury FC survived a frantic finish to book their place in round one of this season’s FA Trophy, eventually fending off Molesey 4-3 at the weekend.

Tyriq Hunte scored a second-half brace. Pictures: Mike Snell

Wolves come calling for teenage star Jamie as Ducks face FA Trophy replay after late drama

An injury-time equaliser for AFC Sudbury prevented Aylesbury United from progressing in the FA Trophy, meaning the sides will do it all again after a 2-2 draw at in Saturday’s preliminary round at the King’s Marsh Stadium.

Chiltern Railways cancel trains to Wembley on October 5, affecting England vs Slovenia travel

Chiltern Railways cancel trains to Wembley on October 5, affecting England vs Slovenia travel

Chiltern Railways will not be stopping any trains at Wembley Stadium on Thursday evening for fans travelling to the England v Slovenia football match because of the impact of a Tube strike.

Paul McCarthy can't reach Almond's free-kick. Picture by Marc Keinch

Moles stop the rot after back-to-back wins lift them away from early trouble

Two league wins in a week have finally got Aylesbury FC’s season going as they jumped from 21st to 17th in Southern League East Division.

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Bedgrove Dynamos kicked off their new season over the weekend, at their new ground, Bowlers Field

Amazing team effort sees Bedgrove Dynamos new ground open

Bedgrove Dynamos kicked off their new season over the weekend,​ at their new ground, Bowlers Field

Goalkeepers star as Hogg’s late show rescues a point for Ducks

Goalkeepers star as Hogg’s late show rescues a point for Ducks

Ollie Hogg’s late goal earned Aylesbury United a point from Saturday’s home clash with Fleet Town after a game that just about had it all.

Ty Deacon goes close. Picture by Marc Keinch

Sixth straight defeat leaves Moles in the bottom two

A sixth successive league defeat dropped Aylesbury FC into the bottom two of the Southern League East Division as they were beaten 2-0 away at Ashford Town on Saturday.

Luke Delahunty from Aylesbury is taking part in his second Invictus Games

RAF veteran from Aylesbury proud to represent UK at Invictus Games for the second time

RAF veteran Luke Delahunty from Aylesbury will join 90 wounded, injured and sick UK competitors in Canada in this year’s Invictus Games.

On our bikes - on Cycle to Work Day

On our bikes - on Cycle to Work Day

Today, Wednesday September 13, is Cycle to Work Day, which encourages adults across the UK to get on their bike and give cycle commuting a go for one day.

Preston North End, 1888-89

QUIZ: A slice of football history

It was 129 years ago today, the first-ever series of fixtures was played in the English Football League.

Jonny Montgomery scores for FC. Picture by Marc Keinch

Plucky Moles edged out by ruthless Leiston in FA Cup

Aylesbury FC waved goodbye to the FA Cup for another year having gone down to a 3-1 defeat to Leiston at the weekend.

Tyriq Hunte's 54th minute goal sparks jubilant celebrations among the Aylesbury contingent. Picture: Mike Snell

Ducks given trip to Baldock after winning through in FA Cup

Aylesbury United will make the trip to Baldock Town for the second qualifying round of the FA Cup following Saturday’s success at Tilbury.

A previous edition of the Tour of Britain finishing in Hemel Hempstead. This year's stage starts in Hemel before heading through Aylesbury Vale

World’s top cyclists to race through Aylesbury Vale as part of Tour of Britain

Some of the world’s top cyclists are racing in Aylesbury Vale next weekend as part of the Tour of Britain.

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