Newbury and Thatcham Hockey Club enjoyed another excellent weekend, with big wins for the women’s firsts and men’s thirds.
Hungerford Town boss Danny Robinson felt his side were worthy winners as the Crusaders beat Sholing despite playing the final 20 minutes with 10 men.
Thatcham Town boss Yashwa Romeo was full of praise for his players despite conceding a late equaliser in Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Westfield.
Newbury Road Club looked back on another successful and inspiring year at their annual awards night, held at Falkland Cricket Club.
Newbury Athletic Club’s Izzy Fry is targetting qualification for June’s European Championships after running two personal bests in five days.
Hungerford Town boss Danny Robinson felt his side didn’t deserve to lose after decisions went against them in Tuesday’s defeat to Gosport Borough.
Player-manager Ben Wickens scored a 93rd minute winner as Newbury came from behind to beat bottom side Woodley United Development on Saturday.
Yashwa Romeo admitted his Thatcham Town side had an off-day as the Kingfishers were beaten for the first time in four matches, losing at Northwood.
James McAvoy hailed his side’s belief as Newbury Blues maintained their proud unbeaten Pink Day tradition with a win over high-flying Winchester.
Nicky Henderson says he’s pleased with Constitution Hill after he completed his first major piece of work ahead of his Champion Hurdle defence.
Nicky Henderson feels Shishkin’s reputation as an “enigmatic” character is unfair after he returned to winning ways in Newbury’s Denman Chase.
Talented winger Elis Watts believes the team spirit in this season’s Hungerford Town side is the best of any squad he’s been involved in.
Experienced Thatcham Town midfielder Callum Willmoth is hoping to bring up 300 Kingfishers appearances after he was named club captain.
Hungerford Town boss Danny Robinson is refusing to give up on the play-offs despite Saturday’s 1-0 defeat at home to Walton & Hersham.
Thatcham Town made it back-to-back victories with a commanding 3-0 win over South Park on Saturday.
Thatcham and Newbury Town are a pioneering women’s and girls’ football club who have been breaking new ground in West Berkshire since 1992.
Newbury were knocked out of the Berkshire Trophy Centre Senior Cup on penalties despite a battling effort against higher level opposition.
Eight-year-old motorsports star Mason Fedrick is hoping he can go one better than last season’s second placed finish when he steps up to Pro FAB.
Tadley Calleva were denied a place in the Aldershot Senior Cup semi-finals after crashing out to Hartley Wintney on penalties.
Hungerford Town boss Danny Robinson was left frustrated by missed chances as his side twice squandered a lead in a 3-2 defeat to Hayes and Yeading.