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See the main Aunt Sally page for more information on the game.

The Universities League (James Henderson wrote in July 2001 to inform me that several universitites including Reading University, Leeds Metropolitan, Sheffield Hallam, Bournemouth, U.C.E. and Cambridge (King's College) play the game).

Leagues

The Chipping Norton League (submitted Edward Churchill, July 2000)

The Bell - Chipping Norton
The Bird in Hand - Newbold on Stour (2 teams)
Bishops Blaize - Burdrop
The Black Horse - Shipston-on-Stour
Chandler Arms - Epwell
The Cherrington Arms - Cherrington
The Churchill Arms - Paxford
The Coach and Horses - Shipston-on-Stour (2 teams)
The Farriers Arms - Todenham
The Fox Inn - Broadwell
The George Hotel - Brails
The Golden Ball - Lower Swell
The Horse and Groom - Oddington
Howard Arms - Illmington
The Oxford House - Chipping Norton
The Pear Tree - Hook Norton
The Plough - Kingham (2 teams)
The Red Lion - Little Compton
The Red Lion - Chipping Norton
The Tavern - Chipping Norton
The Wellington - Moreton-in-Marsh

Royal British Legion - Chipping Norton
Norman Knight - Whichford
Royal British Legion - Kingham
The Coach & Horse, Bourton on the Water (submitted Christopher Hobbs, Aug 2005)

Abingdon and District (following all submitted by Mark Billington, June 2001)

Prince of Wales, Shippon
College Oak, Abingdon
The Grapes, Abingdon
The Plough, Sutton Courtney
The Abingdon Arms, Wantage
The Kings Arms, Wantage
The Red Lion, Drayton
The Eight Bells, Eaton Village, Nr Appleton, Oxfordshire, OX13 5PR. T.01865 865389 (submitted June 2006, Andrew Grant)

Banbury and District (Alistair Mclean, June 2006, Sponsored by Hook Norton Brewery)

WHITE LION FEWCOTT BUTCHERS ARMS KINGS SUTTON (2 TEAMS)
BLACKBIRD CROUGHTON
UNICORN DEDDINGTON (2 TEAMS)
BOWLING GREEN BANBURY
CARPENTERS ARMS MIDDLE BARTON
BELL BANBURY (2 TEAMS)
WHITMORE ARMS HETHE
THREE TUNS KINGS SUTTON (2 TEAMS)
BELL LOWER HEYFORD
BANBURY BOROUGH BOWLS CLUB
BELL HOOK NORTON (2 TEAMS)
MIDDLETON CHENEY SOCIAL CLUB
FOX MIDDLE BARTON
BUTCHERS ARMS BALSCOTE
GEORGE BARFORD (2 TEAMS)
SAYE & SELE ARMS BROUGHTON
WHITE LION STEEPLE ASTON
LAMPET ARMS TADMARTON
DOLPHIN MIDDLETON CHENEY
NEW INN MIDDLETON CHENEY
TYSOE SOCIAL CLUB
THREE CONIES THORPE MANDEVILLE
FOX BRACKLEY
ROSE & CROWN CHARLTON
HORSE & GROOM MILCOMBE (2 TEAMS)
GEORGE & DRAGON FRITWELL
ELEPHANT & CASTLE BLOXHAM (2 TEAMS)
HARDWICK SOCIAL CLUB
DUCK ON THE POND SOUTH NEWINGTON
FLOWING WELL BANBURY
WHITE SWAN WIGGINGTON
CASTLE INN EDGEHILL
HORSE & JOCKEY BODICOTE
REINDEER INN BANBURY
BLARNEY STONE BANBURY
ROSE & CROWN RATLEY
WHITE HORSE KINGS SUTTON
THREE PIGEONS BANBURY
RED LION REBELS MIDDLETON CHENEY
INN GREATWORTH
BELL INN ADDERBURY
MARSTON INN
PEACOCK INN TYSOE

Bampton & District Aunt Sally League (submitted Les Bint, June 02)

Clanfield F.C.C.
The Plough, Little Coxwell, Nr. Faringdon, Oxon
New Inn, Whitney
White Hart, Minster Lovell
The Plough, Kelmscot
Crawley Inn, Crawley
Royal Oak, Lechade

Top of the Hill

The Lampet Arms in Tadmarton, Oxfordshire. (submitted Robin Horder, June 02)

Wokingham & District Aunt Sally League (submitted Dave Robinson / Cornelius O'Kane, June 05)

The Emmbrook Inn (formerly The Thatched Cottage), Morlands Brewery, Emmbrook, Wokingham
The Taverners (independant team based out of the Emmbrook Inn) - ex of the Broad Street Tavern, Wokingham
The Queen's Head, Morlands Brewery, Wokingham
The Metropolitan, Morlands Brewery, Wokingham
The Queen's Oak, Brakespears Brewery, Finchamstead, Wokingham
The Jolly Farmer (Morlands or Courage - not sure), Hurst Village
The Elephant and Castle, Morlands Brewery, Hurst Village
The Waggon & Horses, Twyford
The Pheasant (Mike Beardmore, April 2006)
The Lord Raglan (Mike Beardmore, April 2006)
The Rifle Volunteer (Mike Beardmore, April 2006)

Following 3 teams played in the past and may play in the future:

The Dog And Duck, (Brakespears), Emmbrook, Wokingham
The Three Brewers, (Free house I think), Wokingham
The Norrey's Barn, Wokingham.

Wychwood League (incorporating most of West Oxfordshire, submitted Derek Barry, June 2001)

The Oxford and District Aunt Sally Association

 

Pubs

If you want to submit a pub to this list, please just email me:

The Albion Tavern (Hook Norton), 90 Burford Road, Chipping Norton
The Bell (Morland), 21 Standlake Road, Ducklington
The Bell at Aldworth, ?? (submitted, Aug 2001, Roy Bailey).
The Black Horse, Gozzards Ford, Abingdon, Oxon, OX13 6JH, Tel. 01865 390530 (Submitted Jan 2001 by Russell Worsley)
The Carpenters Arms (Morrells), Jericho
The Carpenters Arms (Morrells), Newlands, Witney
The Chequers at Dorchester on Thames, Oxon (submitted May 2000 by Andrew Graham)
The Chequers Inn, Berrick Salome, Oxfordshire (submitted Jan 2000 by Geoff Williams)
The Cricketers Arms, Littleworth
The Donnington Arms (Greene King), Howard Street, East Oxford
The Elephant and Castle (Free House), Bridge Street, Bampton
The Exeter Hall, Oxford Road, Cowley
The Fishes (Morrells), North Hinksey Village
The Five Bells, Witney
The Folly Bridge Inn (Wadworth), Abingdon Road, S. Oxford
The Fox (Morrells), Stanton Harcourt
The Fox and Hounds (Morrells), Abingdon Road, S. Oxford
The Fox, Great Barrington
The Friar (Arkells), Marston Road, Marston
The General Elliott (Morrells), South Hinksey
The Isis Tavern (Morrells), Iffley Lock
Joiner's Arms, Bloxham  (submitted Feb 2000 by Ewa Opalinska)
The Jolly Postboys, Florence Park Road, Cowley
The Jubilee Inn (Wadworth), Market Square, Bampton
The Kite Inn (Morrells), Mill Street, New Osney
The Lamb, Filkins
The Lord Kitchener (Morrells), Curbridge
The Ox Inn (Morland), Vineyard, Abingdon
The Peyton Arms, Stoke Lyne, Oxon (submitted May 2000 by Andrew Graham)
The Plough Inn, Garsington, near Baldon, Oxfordshire
The Plough, Alvescot
The Plough (Courage), Long Wittenham
The Plough, Great Haseley (between Thame and Wallingford). (submitted November 2000 by Brian Smith)
The Prince of Wales, Barrow Road, Shippon, Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX13 6JQ. 01235 520845. (Duncan Leggatt, May 2002)
The Queens Head, Eynsham, Oxfordshire (submitted Dec 2000, Ed Hollingshead)
The Red Lion, Faringdon
Red Lion in Old Marston, Oxford (Submitted 2012, Dan Abrey)
The Red Lion (Hook Norton), Cattle Market, Chipping Norton
The Red Lion at Stoke Talmage near Thame. (submitted Aug 2001, Roy Bailey)
The Romany Inn (Free House), Bampton
The Nuffield Arms, Littlemore Road, Cowley
The Seven Stars, Baldon, Oxfordshire.
The Shelley Arms (Halls), Cricket Road, East Oxford
The Star and Garter, Thame Oxfordshire (submitted June 02)
The Strickland Arms (Free House), 11 Witney Road, Ducklington
The Swan (Free House), Acre End Street, Eynsham
The Three Horseshoes, Witney
The Vine Inn, 16 Abingdon Road, Cumnor
The Volunteer, Faringdon
The White Hart, Headinton, S. Oxford, Oxfordshire
The White Hart (Morland), Newland Street, Eynsham
The Windmill, Brill, Buckinghamshire (submitted June 02)
The Woodstock Arms (Morrells), Summertown
Unconfirmed:

Cricketers Arms (Morrells), Temple Road, Cowley
Nelson (Mr Q's), Between Towns Road, Cowley

A large number of these pubs (mainly the ones with the brewery in brackets) are from the Pubs of Oxfordshire section on the website of one Colin Batchelor of Oxford University - clearly a dedicated researcher.

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