Published 18 Jun 2013 21:00 0
OLLY Stevens and wife Hetta trained their first Royal Ascot winner in their debut season when Extortionist landed the Windsor Forest Stakes on Tuesday's opening day.
HUNDREDS of youngsters headed to Wellington College to compete in the annual Bracknell Forest Festival of Quick Cricket recently.
THAMES Valley Cricket League fixtures across Berkshire were heavily affected by the rain last weekend with many matches either cancelled or reduced in overs.
- Redmond capture delights Bracknell Bees coach Cox
- Reckless Abandon aiming to be King at Royal Ascot
- Bracknell Bees owner aiming for top three
- Finchampstead CC 'reaping rewards' of invesment in youth, says skipper
- Awards shared at Bracknell Town presentation evening
- Binfield FC win regional FA community award
- Cricket round-up: Five-star Finchampstead crush Wokingham
- Bracknell Bees reveal squad at launch event
- Fun in the sun at Bracknell Hockey Club
- Pogson: Winless Wokingham CC need a spark
BRACKNELL Town FC's annual awards night summed up the club's ethos - teamwork.
BRACKNELL Town FC boss Danny Oliphant was so surprised to discover the club could be promoted through the back door he thought it was a practical joke.
BRACKNELL Bees head coach Gareth Cox admitted his delight at luring Tony Redmond to The Hive at the second attempt after the entire squad was unveiled at a launch event on Saturday.
BRACKNELL mini and junior rugby teams attended the Hornets Festival in Weston-Super-Mare on Saturday for the second year running.
- Winning mentality secures Bracknell RFC league title
- Bracknell RFC win South West One East in style
- Bracknell RFC look to win the title with a 'bang'
- Bracknell RFC seek reaction after shock Windsor loss
- Celebrations at Lily Hill Park for champions Bracknell 3rds
- Forwards fire Bracknell RFC to win in the mud
IN an interesting twist on female solidarity tales, Steaming takes place in the hot and intimate world of an all-female steam room in London's East End.
- Listen out for Mozart's The Magic Flute in Henley
- Salena Jones and Keith Mansfield team up for Powerful
- Reading Minster festival brings music to the Minster
- Martin Denny, Windsor Festival Director, shares what the Festival has in store
- Comedian Phill Jupitus talks stand up, audience participation and jazz
- Burnt Tomorrow talk Reading music and Hub Fest at Face Bar