The Crusaders are into the third qualifying round after victory over Truro on Saturday.
Newbury para-powerlifter Louise Sugden inspired students in a recent visit to Kennet School.
She competed for the first time in 18 months at the English Closed Pre-cadet/Cadet Competition.
During his time, the 11-year-old set a world record of 19 consecutive victories over jumps.
Tim talks about recent points and how injuries are causing the club major problems.
It was the club's first competitive fixture in almost 18 months and it ended with a victory.
The Crusaders were out of action for a couple of weeks after a positive covid case at the club.
Thatcham will be looking to bounce back at South Park on Saturday afternoon.
The Kingfishers suffered a heavy defeat to their league rivals at the Stacatruc Stadium.
An exciting field is expected to line up for the G2 race this weekend.
Nicky Henderson has confirmed that the great Altior has been retired – one of the best to grace the sport of horse racing.
The 16-year-old from Newbury has previously spent time in the London Irish Academy set-up.
Their retirements were confirmed after Berkshire had cruised to an emphatic 151-run victory.
The Lambourn trainer is one of many to open his doors to members of the public.
Tim talks about how much of an impact the international break has on club football.
The former Kennet School pupil claimed bronze at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
A number of teams were in action over the weekend.
The event started at Northcroft and was won by local athlete Graham Stent.
The former Clere School pupil cleared 2.10m in the T64 high jump to win gold.
The athletics club secured three medals at the championships in Kingston.
Two Kings teams played Warwickshire Bears as part of the Bears Memorial Day event last weekend.
Tim talks about Reading's start to the season and what the new signings will bring to the club.