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Williams confirmed as new boss after Ducks pull clear of trouble with ‘pleasing’ Marlow win

Aylesbury United have announced Ben Williams as their new permanent first-team manager following his stint in temporary charge.

Fancy exploring RAF Halton? Here's your chance..

Fancy exploring RAF Halton? Here's your chance..

This weekend sees a rare opportunity to explore the barracks and parade grounds of RAF Halton and the stunning grounds of Halton House.

Former England badminton star Liz Cann is hosting a fitness circuit session at John Hampden School in Wendover later this month

Former England badminton star to help Wendover schoolchildren with fitness challenges

Former England badminton star Liz Cann is visiting John Hampden School in Wendover later this month to put pupils through their paces.

James O'Driscoll, who has recently moved to Aylesbury, is the UK's first blind personal fitness trainer. He is pictured here with a client teaching her boxing and bottom right, analysing as she does some fitness drills

FEATURE: The incredible story of the UK’s first blind fitness trainer - who now lives in Aylesbury

If you need an inspirational story to kick start your New Year’s health resolutions, look no further than the amazing story of James O’Driscoll.

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REPORT: Smash and grab Boxing Day derby win for Aylesbury FC

Aylesbury FC snatched a late derby victory in a match in which they were largely outplayed by their rivals Aylesbury United, as the town’s two football clubs went head-to-head on Boxing Day.

David Pobbe celebrates. Picture by Marc Keinch

Plenty of festive cheer for Haule’s in-form Moles after another away win

Davide Pobbe’s first-half goal was enough to hand Aylesbury FC their third straight victory away from home as they beat play-off chasing Cambridge City 1-0 on Saturday.


Ashes column: Dull Ashes as drama is off-wicket

Is it just me, or is this year’s Ashes just a little bit boring.

Students from John Colet School in Wendover complete a fitness circuit which is being set up by British long jumper Ezekiel Ewulo, it is part of a Sports for Champions programme

PICTURE SPECIAL: Sporting champions of the future put through their paces at John Colet School

Pupils at the John Colet School in Wendover were put through their sporting paces this week as the Sports for Champions programme came to their school on Tuesday December 5.

Aston Goss celebrates. Picture: Marc Keinch

Moles looking up after edging past Hanwell

Aylesbury FC put clear air between themselves and the bottom two with a 3-2 win at struggling Hanwell Town on Saturday.

The Bucks Sports Awards - top left volunteer award winner Georgie Camfield and bottom right young leader winner Adam Woodage. Pictured top right is the Lord Grey School cheerleading squad who opened up the awards

Awards celebrate Buckinghamshire’s sporting superstars

A star-studded ceremony recognising the sporting endeavours and achievements of groups and individuals from across Bucks took place at Aylesbury’s Waterside Theatre on Friday December 1.

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Aylesbury man banned from all UK football grounds for three years

A 20-year-old man from Aylesbury has received a three year ban from all UK football grounds after attempting to enter Wycombe Wanderers ground with a firework.

Glyn Creaser

BREAKING: Aylesbury United part company with manager Creaser

Aylesbury United have parted company with manager Glyn Creaser.

Tre Mitford

Mitford is the man as his late strike gets United winning again

A late goal from Tre Mitford got Aylesbury United back to winning ways with a 1-0 victory at Chalfont St. Peter on Tuesday evening.

David Luiz

RUMOUR MILL: Sam Allardyce to be appointed Everton manager and David Luiz interesting Real Madrid

Allardyce set for Toffees, Real Madrid considering January move for David Luiz and lots more.

Brian Haule celebrates. Pictures: Marc Keinch

Moles take the spoils after Haule’s moment of quality

A fine goal from Brian Haule helped Aylesbury FC claim three valuable points as they edged out Northwood 1-0 in the East Division on Saturday.

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Aylesbury man charged after trying to enter Wycombe Wanderers FC match with firework

A man from Aylesbury has been charged with offences under the Sporting Events Act after trying to enter Wycombe Wanderers ground with a firework.


Ashes column: Men behaving badly

If it hadn’t been for Kerry Packer, World Series Cricket and the smartphone, England’s Ben Stokes might well be out in Australia defending the Ashes, this winter, rather than waiting at home to see if he’ll be charged with actual bodily harm, after that brawl in Bristol, last September.

Mark Kentish on the charge. Picture: Darren Slater

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.

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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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