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Sponsor renews as Sports Shots continues to provide local sports news for all

Sports Shots are delighted to announce that Sports 4 All have renewed their sponsorship with us for another twelve months.

Their sponsorship means that their logo appears on every page of our website, as with all our sponsors, and just a click on this logo will take you directly onto their website.

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At S4A we strive to create a childcare environment that allows children to pursue their interests through a wide variety of exciting activities. We pride ourselves on playing a huge part in your child’s development, helping them to become creative and open minded by providing role models in our high quality provision.

Our Ofsted Certified care settings ensure children get the highest level of childcare in a safe and secure environment giving you peace of mind.

Having sponsors like S4A allows Sports Shots to continue covering all local football and cricket clubs in the region, and in return we hope many of our viewers will call upon the excellent services that S4A offer.

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Sports Shots would like to thank our friend Matt Ogle for his continued support, just one of many local businesses renewing or coming on board, details to follow in due course.


This is the perfect time to be joining us as a sponsor, our total hits received for 2018 were a staggering seven million, five hundred & ninety thousand and two hundred & forty-five!

This saw an increase on our 2017 figures of over 34%. How do we top that?

Our hits for January & February 2019 have again smashed last year’s totals.

In January we had 694,886 hits which was an increase on last January of 157,281.

February saw us record 670,074 hits which was an increase on last February of 203,041.

We are growing month on month.

It costs less than 28p per day to advertise with us, for that coverage you’d be mad not to!



B&B Vets Trophy QF: United Vets ease into semi-final of county cup

Buckingham United Veterans are into the last four of the Berks & Bucks Veterans Cup.

Larry Woodward

Larry Woodward’s side have gone through their quarter-final tie after their opponents, Abingdon Vets, conceded this weekend’s tie due to being unable to field team.

United will now face either MK Irish, MK Gallacticos or Holyport in the semi-final, with dates yet to be released.

SSMFL, D1: 3rd-placed Winslow head to Langford

Winslow United will travel to Langford Town in the Spartan South Midlands League, Division 1 on Saturday afternoon.

Winslow United celebrate going ahead against Hatfield Town. Saturday 16th March 2019.

United currently need sixteen points from their final eight games to secure their third place at the end of the season.

Check out their goals from last Saturday’s victory over Hatfield Town.

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SSMFL D1: Ath up to fourth + Trip to Broxbourne

Buckingham Athletic are up to fourth in the Spartan South Midlands League, division 1 table.

Rob MacDonald

On Tuesday evening goals from Rob McDonald in the fifth minute and Robbie Carter on the half hour-mark saw the Athletic collect three points in a 2-1 success over Langford Town. The visitors goal coming from a deflected free-kick seventeen minutes from time.

This weekend, Neil Griffiths takes his side to FC Broxbourne Borough, who are in sixth place.

Buckingham Senior Charity Cup: Semi-final, second leg date set for big local derby

The second leg of the Buckingham Senior Charity Cup, semi-final between Winslow United and Buckingham Athletic has been set for Tuesday 16th April 2019, kick-off 7.45pm.

The first leg saw the Athletic run out 2-1 winners against their near neighbours and local rivals, United.

The game at Elmfields Gate should be a thriller with all gate profits going to charity.

MATCH ACTION: Buckingham Athletic v Winslow United. Buckingham Senior Charity Cup, semi-final, 1st leg

MK Sunday League inviting new clubs for 19/20 season + Ten new enquiries received

Milton Keynes Sunday League have already received enquiries from ten new clubs for next season.

The league which encourages fair play continues to thrive, welcome enquiries from any club who may be interested in joining for 2019/20.

Dates have been set for April and May to meet with potential clubs.

The league would also like to hear from organisations who would be interested in offering sponsorship.

All enquiries to Ron James on

SSMFL D2: Brown goal helps Aston Clinton defeat Raiders as 3rd beat 2nd!

In the Spartan South Midlands League, Division 2 game of the day, third placed Aston Clinton defeated a Berkhamsted Raiders side who started the day in second position.

David Brown

The winning goal came from Clinton substitute David Brown.

SSMFL D2: Adam strike takes Grendon Rangers up to seventh

Grendon Rangers are up to seventh in the Spartan South Midlands League, Division 2 table.

Mohammed Adam

Mohammed Adam’s strike gave Rangers a 1-0 win at Sarratt.

SSMFL D1: Ath edged out by unbeaten league leaders

Buckingham Athletic came close to inflicting the first defeat of the season on unbeaten Spartan South Midlands League, Division 1 leaders, Harefield United, but eventually suffered a narrow defeat.

Ash Farmer

Ash Farmer opened the scoring a minute after the break but the visitors fought back to level on 55 minutes.

Robbie Carter soon had the Athletic back in front as his fired in his 18th goal of the season in the 61st minute.

Their lead lasted six minutes as Harefield equalised for the second time in the game before going ahead on 73 minutes.

Harefield grabbed their fourth ten minutes from time.

Thanks to Colin Howkins for his updates.

SSMFL D1: United come from behind for victory at WIND-slow

Winslow United came from behind to defeat Hatfield Town 3-1 in horrendous conditions at Elmfields Gate on Saturday afternoon.

Winslow United celebrate going ahead against Hatfield Town. Saturday 16th March 2019.

Very strong winds and rain gave the Spartan South Midlands League, Division 1 encounter an unwanted element.

Hatfield started brightly and went ahead when the home side were penalised for a foul in the area and a spot kick was awarded. The visiting striker made no mistake with a well-taken penalty which gave United goalkeeper Sam Ashmead no chance.

United were soon on the front foot but a counter attack saw Ashmead produce a brilliant one-on-one save to keep Hatfield’s lead to just the one goal.

Matt Cruse found himself in the left-hand channel and cut backwards before producing a cross, which Harry Dalton flicked on. Sean Coles was quickest to react as he pounced to lift the ball over the visiting goalkeeper’s flying block. The ball came back off of the crossbar and Grant Karwacinski rolled the ball in from four yards out.

In driving wind and rain, United took the lead as a short throw to Simon King saw the Winslow captain twist one way and the other before finding Alex Kedzierski, who moved the ball quickly across the pitch to Ryan Freshwater. The United defender took one touch before drilling his shot low into the far corner of the net.

In the opening minutes of the second half, a United attack saw Coles fouled and Freshwater made no mistake in sweeping home his spot kick.

The rest of the game was a battle, mainly against the conditions as the wind became more fierce.

Hatfield had a player sent off late on for a second yellow card.

Winslow United v Hatfield Town