Oxon Cross-Country season gets underway

Newbury Showground hosted round 1 of the 2018-2019 competition in which James Bolton and Dave Cantwell took 3rd V40 and 2nd V50 honours respectively. We managed to field just 9 men and two women namely Sue Cantwell and Susan Haines. Full results below: https://oxonxc.org.uk/files/results/2018_14.txt

It’s Marathon joy for Sophie

In perfect running conditions, Sophie Carter took the women’s Open, County and LV35  titles in the Abingdon Marathon. Her excellent 2:54:04 was just 9 seconds outside her personal best for the Club set back in 2011. Sonnie Jane also did well to complete the course despite suffering from viral symptoms before the start clocking a

Club Handicap Competition update

There is nothing in it after race 16 of 18 events in the Club Handicap competition. Following the Hanney 5, Alan Harrison is just one point ahead of Dave Cantwell with James Bolton nailed on in third place. With neither running at Abingdon Marathon this coming Sunday 21st October, it all depends on the Eynsham

Club Christmas Dinner

There are still a few places left for he Club’s Annual Dinner and Presentation Evening at Woodstock Arms, Woodstock at 7:30 on Saturday 15th December. If you would like to come please contact either Andy Pike (andypike2@gmail.com) or myself (mikeshipway71@gmail.com) for further details. Cost is £24:95 per head after a Club contribution of £5 per

It’s that man Bolton again

James clocked up his second Oxon Grand Prix event win in a row in awful conditions at Hanney. Dave Cantwell also had a strong run missing out on 1st V50 honours by a few seconds. It was great to have a full female squad for a change thanks to Lucy Dunn, Sue Cantwell and Susan

Club Handicap Battle Royal

Following the latest qualifying race in the Club Handicap Competition, the Oxford Half Marathon, things are really hotting up and it looks like a straight fight between Alan Harrison and Dave Cantwell for the top spot. Alan currently leads by 18 points but Dave has one qualifying race in hand which carries a maximum of

James Bolton wins Cotswold Classic

James turned the tables on Witney Road Runner Tegs Jones, who had beaten him in our own Woodstock 12 the previous week. Almost back to his best after injury, James took the County 10-Mile title by 45 seconds. Dave Cantwell secured a well-earned 2nd V50 place. See “Results” page for full details. Picture courtesy of