BEN Goodall has had quite a journey, writes JAMES ROBERTS. Last month the Harwell tumbler finished eighth in the 17-21 age group at the World Age Group Championships in Sofia. But just 18 months ago the 19-year-old struggled to bend backwards due to a training injury of his own making. He said: “I was trying to learn a new skill, but I used the wrong technique too many times and that took a toll on my back.
BLEWBURY reached the quarter-finals of the North Berks League War Memorial Cup with a 3-1 victory over Cholsey United, writes RICHARD UNDERWOOD. Goals from Arran Gray (2) and John Robinson saw the Division 2 high-fliers book their place in the last eight. Watlington Town Res hammered Steventon Res 8-2 in one of only a handful of fixtures to survive Saturday’s freeze. The Division 4 clash saw Watlington take an early lead through Steve Outten, and they doubled the lead when Ryan Jesson fired in.
VALE of White Horse Schools Under 14s had to settle for a 1-1 draw against Mid Somerset in their Vale Cup clash at Milton United. The hosts had the perfect start with Georg Gudjohnsen-Mitchell giving them the lead in the third minute. But Vale were then guilty of giving the ball away too easily. Mid Somerset equalised soon after half-time, and wasted two good opportunities to take the lead by shooting over the bar.
@evostikleague It appears the @NorthLeigh_FC v @BishopsCleeveFC result in the West Division has been put in your table the wrong way round. Bishops Cleeve had 5 points before the weekend after now have 8 despite losing 3-1....
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Selecting a term
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