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U14's pipped at the post in a 7-6 thriller against MK

Oct
08

Oxford U14's were at Oxpens road ice rink this weekend with and we're heading into the game against MK were in high spirits and had a full strength side consisting of three lines and a goalie.

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Week 6 - Preview

Oct
05

October has arrived and its a reasonably quiet weekend for with just three league games taking place. Stars have another week off and it's a very quiet weekend in the NIHL2 as well with just three games taking place. Saturday sees Lee Valley host Peterborough with the hosts up against to put a miserable run of five games without a win against the fancied Islanders. On Sunday, Basingstoke travel to the Island to face the league leading Tigers and finally Chelmsford will be looking to make it four wins out of four against Cardiff.

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Week 5 in Review

Oct
01

Week 5 saw a high amount of drama both in National Ice Hockey League as well as in the junior leagues with Oxford going on the wrong end of three results.

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Week 5 - Preview

Sep
27

It's the start of a two week break for the Stars while three of the junior teams find themselves with home fixtures including two back to back on the Saturday.

Saturday's ice hockey starts with Oxford's U14's taking part in their second game of the season and will be looking to build on their opening day 8-0 win over Swindon. Harringey's team is described by their website as “gaining a number of key players coming up from the U12's whilst maintaining a core of 2nd year U14's”.

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Week 4 in Review

Sep
24

Oxford City Stars made it five points out of a possible six in the League campaign after their 4-3 win over Invicta Mustangs. The result saw the Stars lift themselves up to 2nd in the table just a point behind Wightlink Tigers who made it three wins out of three with a 8-2 victory over Slough NIHL Jets.

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Website Man of the Match: 23/09/12 vs Invicta Mustangs

Sep
24
Sam Broughton
16% (5 votes)
Andy Cox
38% (12 votes)
James Clarke
19% (6 votes)
Joe Edwards
9% (3 votes)
James Skaife
19% (6 votes)
Total votes: 32
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Stars squeeze past Invicta, 4-3

Sep
23

Oxford City Stars bounced back after their 3-3 draw the last weekend to the Mustangs by defeating them 4-3 at home in the Stars first home game of the season with goals from James Clarke, Alan Green, Nick Oliver and Sam Broughton.

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Stick and Puck this Sunday!

Sep
22

Want to try out Ice Hockey? Stick and Puck is the ideal place to do this for 6-16's year olds. All kit and equipment is provided and trained coaches are on the ice all times to show and teach the game.

Sessions start at 4:15pm and are FREE OF CHARGE and any child who attend will receive free entry to the evenings Oxford City Stars game. If you plan to attend, ensure that you arrive at least 15 minutes before to allow time for kitting up.

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Club Statement

Sep
21

Oxford City Stars would like to clarify several matters before the first home game of the season when the Stars take on the Invicta Mustangs on Sunday, 6:15pm.

As we stated in our Club Statement of the 7th September, the ice rink renovation will be clashing with our first four home games. For our first home game, it is likely that there will be disruption to the facilities that the Rink provides. There is likely to only be one side of the rink available for viewing and the Rink will not be able to provide catering facilities (other than the
vending machines) for this game.

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Week 4 – Preview

Sep
21

Oxford City Stars open their home campaign with the visit from the Invicta Mustangs, who the starts recently faced away from home and drew 3-3, making it the third consecutive three-all draw between the sides. Stars will see the return of Jacob Smith to the squad after missing Sunday's game through injury. Joe Oliver will face a late fitness test after missing both of last weekend games after picking up a knock in the 10-6 away win at Swindon, and Darryl Jones replaces Jeff Sykora as the non-EIHA trained played for this weekend as Jeff is unavailable.

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