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Thame crowned champions after final day drama

Thame United have clinched the Hellenic Premier Division title and sealed their return to the Southern League following an extraordinary climax to the season at the weekend.

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Relentless Thame move to within two wins of the title

Relentless Thame move to within two wins of the title

Thame United now know that two wins from their final two games of the season will deliver them the Hellenic Premier Division crown after the title race decisively swung their way on Tuesday evening.

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Thame crash out of County Cup at quarter-final at stage

Thame crash out of County Cup at quarter-final at stage

Thame United crashed out of the Oxfordshire Senior Cup after losing on penalties to Oxford City in Tuesday’s quarter-final.

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Lynton Goss

Goss hits treble as Thame keep the heat on leaders Bracknell

Thame United remain firmly in the hunt for the Hellenic Premier Division title after they chalked up a sixth successive victory by beating Binfield 3-0.

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Eight-goal Thame storm into County Cup quarter-finals

Eight-goal Thame storm into County Cup quarter-finals

Thame United progressed to the quarter-finals of the Oxfordshire Senior Cup on Tuesday evening with a resounding 8-1 victory against fellow Hellenic League Premier Division side Henley Town.

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Chinnor knocked off the top after being held in Christmas cracker

Chinnor lost their spot atop National League Division Two South after an enthralling 29-29 draw with Henley Hawks.

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England boss Gareth Southgate

QUIZ: Who should really be the next England manager?

After Tuesday night’s draw against Spain it now looks inevitable that Gareth Southgate will take up the mantle of England boss.

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Lynton Goss

Thame United in the goals again as they move to within a point of top spot

For the third straight game Thame United racked up five goals as they moved to within a point of top spot with a 5-1 victory over Lydney Town.

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MK Dons named on most hated list

MK Dons named in list of top 10 most hated clubs in world football

MK Dons have been named in a list of the top 10 most hated football clubs in the world by a national radio station.

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Thame United crash out of League Challenge Cup

Thame United crash out of League Challenge Cup

Thame United exited the League Challenge Cup following a 2-0 defeat at Banbury-based Easington Sports on Saturday.

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Bradford City forge link with Risborough Rangers pan-disability team

Skybet League One pacesetters, Bradford City, have recently established a link with the Pan-Disability team at Risborough Rangers Juniors.

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Unbeaten Thame too strong for rivals Henley

Unbeaten Thame too strong for rivals Henley

Thame United won the South Oxfordshire derby on Tuesday evening against a battling Henley Town side and, in the process, maintained their impressive unbeaten start to the league campaign which now stands at 12 games.

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Haddenham U11s

Double whammy for Haddenham’s boys and girls football teams

It was a double whammy at Haddenham Playing Fields as Haddenham Junior School’s boys and girls’ U11 football teams beat off stiff competition from visiting schools to win the coveted Aylesbury Vale Schools’ Football Association tournament trophy.

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Troy Bryan and David Lynn in action. Picture by Jake McNulty

Thame United pegged back to draw by Ardley

Thame United were ultimately indebted to goalkeeper Henry Craven in securing a point against well-organised Ardley United.

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Four-goal hero Lynton Goss

High-flying Thame put five past Brimscombe

Thame United overcame traditional bogey side Brimscombe & Thrupp on Tuesday in a resounding 5-1 away victory that saw strike force Andy Gledhill and Lynton Goss increase their combined tally to 39 goals in 13 games.

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Who said it, Allardyce or Bassett?

Quiz: Who said it - Sam Allardyce or Mike Bassett?

Sam Allardyce was only in charge of the England team for one game, but he has already stepped down “by mutual agreement” after what the FA called inappropriate conduct.

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Lynton Goss takes aim. Picture by Jake McNulty

Ruthless finishing ends Thame’s FA Cup interest

Thame United were given a lesson in finishing by their higher league opponents, North Leigh, who blitzed into the next round of the FA Cup with a 7-1 victory at the ASM Stadium.

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Thame United go top after maintaining perfect start

Thame United go top after maintaining perfect start

Thame United maintained their 100 per cent start to the season this week thanks to a 4-2 win over Highworth Town on Saturday followed by a 3-0 victory away at Royal Wootton Bassett Town.

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Thame ease through in FA Cup

Thame ease through in FA Cup

Thame United progressed to the preliminary round of the FA Cup with a 3-0 victory over visitors Abbey Rangers.

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