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OXFORD RL have signed England Forces international pair Jordan Andrade and Jamie Milburn.
Sean Morris has left Oxford Rugby League after signing a one-year professional contract with Championship club London Broncos.
FIVE more Oxford Rugby League players have re-signed with the club for the new Kingstone Press League 1 season.
GRAHAM O’Keefe has followed up his Ireland debut by re-signing for Oxford Rugby League.
Adrian Smith paid tribute to Tony Benson after the New Zealander stepped down as Oxford Rugby League head coach.
Oxford RL will visit newcomers Coventry Bears in their opening game of the 2015 Kingstone Press League 1 season.
Wigan chairman Ian Lenagan has dismissed calls for forward Ben Flower to be sacked following his Grand Final attack on St Helens’ Lance Hohaia.
SHAW GIBBS OXFORDSHIRE FOURSOMES LEAGUE
OXFORD Rugby League are holding open trials to be part of their 2015 squad.
Oxford RL will give fitness tests to captain Alex Thompson (calf), Callum Mulkeen (hand) and Wes Newton (hamstring) ahead of Sunday’s home clash with South Wales Scorpions (3).
KINGSTONE PRESS CHAMPIONSHIP ONE
Ricky Hopwood is switching codes by joining Oxford RL from Chinnor.
OXFORD RL have announced Tim Rumford as their new head coach to replace Tony Benson.
THREE Oxford RL players have been named in Ireland’s squad for the European Championship.
Your full sports results round-up from the weekend
CAPTAIN Alex Thompson (back) faces a fitness test ahead of Oxford RL’s final Kingstone Press Championship One clash of the season at home to Hemel Stags tomorrow (3).
Oxford RL completed the double over London Skolars in Kingstone Press Championship One, but had to wait until late in the game before sealing their 31-24 away victory.
CONFERENCE LEAGUE SOUTH
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Sir – The outcry from district and city councils regarding Ian Hudspeth’s proposal for an amalgamated body is all too predictable, and inevitably whiffs of self-interest.