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Inaugural Ardley Youth Football Tournament - 24 January

Ardley United is pleased to announce details of it's inaugural youth football tournament, sponsored by Grant & Stone, which will take place on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May 2019. 

The tournament will be open to U7s through to U13s (mixed teams) as well as Girls U10 & U11 teams.  
All games will be six-a-side with a maximum squad size of eight players.  

The tournament will take place over two days. Apart from U7s & U8s, the teams will take part in a round robin format with the top four teams qualifying for the knockouts.  

Saturday 25th May AM U9s & U10s
Saturday, 25th May PM U7s & U8s
Sunday, 26th May AM U11s & U12s
Sunday, 26th May PM U13s & Girls U10s & Girls U11s

The entry fee is £30 per team. Application forms should be returned by Friday 12 April 2019 at the latest. Please note all places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.  

You can either return the application form electronically to ardleyunitedfc@gmail.com and upon confirmation of your place, transfer the fee to our bank account (details will be provided) or it can be posted to the Club Secretary, Sharon Smith, Ardley United FC, 23 Mole Place, Oxford OX4 7SD.  

A copy of the tournament rules will be sent to you with your place confirmation or can be provided upon request.  

Details and forms can be found by clicking this link to our website


greg hackett hellenic league footballHackett Joins Railwaymen - 15 November

Evo-Stik Southern League Didcot Town have signed Ardley United striker Greg Hackett.

The former Oxford United youngster has caught the eye many higher league clubs, he recently spent a period on trial with Vanarama National League side Barnet.

He was with Oxford United prior to progressing his education at the University of Bath.

Twenty three year old Greg has been in impressive form for Ardley United in the Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division this season, scoring 15 goals in 15 appearances in all competitions for the club.

Announcing his signing on Twitter, Didcot commented "Despite lots of interest we are delighted that Greg has chosen to join the Railwaymen."

 

Sympathy For Bicester's Demise - 21 September

Ardley United have expressed their sympathy after Bicester Town were forced to leave the Uhlsport Hellenic League.

Town, who used Ardley’s Nolan Oils ground as their home base, quit after just three games due to a shortage of players. It is the second time Bicester have folded in the last seven years.

ian feaver ardley united hellenic leagueAlthough it will mean a loss of revenue for landlords Ardley, chairman Ian Feaver (pictured) is sympathetic. He said in the Oxford Mail: “We are extremely disappointed. It’s never nice to see a club struggle. I know how much work they put in to get back into the Hellenic and stay there. I tried to offer my support, but their lack of a regular home has proved an insurmountable obstacle. Although the loss of revenue will hurt us in the short term, it won’t damage us overall. The club are buoyant. We have increased sponsorship, while gates are on the up and we are finding our feet following promotion to the Premier Division.”

In their latest league game, Greg Hackett scored a hat-trick as Ardley recorded a spectacular 4-1 success at Reading City on Monday. After a slow start to their campaign, Craig Adey’s team are making progress. Billy Gillett gave Ardley the lead and Hackett doubled their advantage before half-time. The striker made it 3-0 early in the second half and completed his hat-trick from the penalty spot. The shell-shocked home side scored a consolation goal just before the end.

Tomorrow, Ardley host Virginia Water in an Uhlsport hellenic League Premier Division fixture.

 

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