45 Results for tag: Match Report
West Hampstead 2, Banbury Piranhas 2
13th March 2016
New shrines will be constructed and consecrated after a week of miracles occurred from Banbury to Brent Cross.
The first miracle was the fact the Piranhas fielded a team against a strong West Hampstead team who's age range varied between 25 and 35, whereas the piranhas ranged between 14 and ...
Blazing Banbury Breeze through Bicester with a Fab Five-Goal Flourish
Bicester Ladies 2s 1, Banbury Ladies 3s 5
5th March 2016, Cooper School, Bicester
Another great week for Banbury Ladies 3s away from home against local rivals Bicester. Still hot on the heels of Hawks, Banbury have kept up the momentum with another 3 points.
Banbury were ...
Banbury Piranhas 0, Windsor 3
NOA, 5th March 2016
The home of British decency and etiquette came to Banbury on Saturday, but instead of silver spoons and Eton etiquette, our youngsters got some handy east end terms mainly just involving the 3rd and 6th letters of the alphabet. It was a different Windsor mens 2s from the ones we beat before Christmas ...
Abingdon 3, Banbury Piranhas 0
Was it the sound of a flock of woodpeckers or the international knitting convention? No it was the Piranhas having their sticks tickled for 70 mins - well apart from the two who got carded for complaining, but on the positive side, their sticks had a 5 minute respite. Ken Dodd would've made Abingdon a shrine had he ...
Banbury Ladies 3's 1 v Oxford Hawks Ladies 5's 1
Banbury Battle Bravely as Hawks Hover Over Head Perfectly Poised in Prestigious Promotion Position…
Banbury Ladies 3s donned their war paint and belted out their rallying cry … 3 – 2 – 1 – Banbury! Okay, not quite the hacker, not even particularly original, but ...
Banbury arrived at Epsom’s pitch with their sights set on beating the opposition as they had in their previous encounter against the Surrey side. Despite Sadie Lapper (Banbury’s player-coach) being absent and Banbury’s prior track record of playing away, the team were confident and determined to secure a win.
Finding it difficult to adapt to the ...
On Sunday 28th February Banbury hosted a 7-a-side boys under 14 league match, with visiting sides Old Silhillians and Hampton-in-Arden travelling to the NOA to play.
With our regular keeper, Aiden Slark, out with a wrist injury, James Marshall bravely donned the kit and had a fantastic game, making many impressive saves.
The rest of our squad consisted ...
Bloxham, 20th February
This week saw an epic victory for Banbury Ladies 3s as they took on top of the table Marlow, who had only dropped 3 points all season. Marlow started strongly and took the lead just 10 minutes in to the first half, however a spirited Banbury played united as a team to create an equaliser from a short corner, as Hailey Mitchell ...
Banbury Piranhas 3 Witney 1
The Piranhas retained their 3rd slot with a tough 3-1 win over 5th placed Witney. There was also a major debate in the clubhouse after about whether we should stay in the EU or not - the youngsters fascinated by the media driven frenzy that is .....the big vote, the enthralling world of politics and the dynamic ...
13th February, 2016
Banbury faced Oxford in the league this Saturday, having previously drawn with Oxford when they played away from home, Banbury were keen to prove they were the stronger outfit.
Oxford started the game very strong and Banbury struggled to get a grip on the game, with Becca Edwards missing in defence, Becca Atkins stepped into the ...