Welcome to the official website of the OKA - everything you need to know about korfball in the county on one website. If you're wondering what korfball is, where in Oxfordshire it's played, and how you can give it a go, then look no further. If you're already playing, then this is the place to find out the latest news, events, fixtures, and results.

Oxfordshire Korfball Association

OKL Week 4 Report 20/10/14

In the regional league Southampton recorded a couple of wins against both the Cardiff City and University teams. Basingstoke were defeated by last year’s champions, in a game that also counts for the EKA promotion league.

In OKA division 1, Farnborough keep their perfect record at the expense of Oxford Uni and City and Abingdon came through a close game to beat Oxford Uni.

There were also wins for Oxford City 2, Southampton Uni 2 and Woking 2.

Provisional Results

Regional League

Bristol Thunder   17-9   Basingstoke (also counts for EKA promotion league)

Cardiff Celts   15-23   Southampton Spartans

Cardiff University   7-20   Southampton Spartans

OKA Division 1

Farnborough 1   14-11   Oxford City 1

Farnborough 1   14-5   Oxford Uni 1

Oxford Uni 1   9-12   Abingdon 1

OKA Division 2 (N)

Oxford Uni 2   0-7   Oxford City 2

OKA Division 2 (S)

Southampton City 2   3-4   Southampton Uni 2

Woking 2   16-7   Basingstoke 2

 

Guildford - NEW Korfball club starting!

A new Korfball club is starting up in Guildford!

If you are interested in knowing more information please contact Matt at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

They will be looking for new or experienced players, so if you are local get in touch and find out more.

 

 

OKL Week 3 Report 12/10/14

In the regional league Basingstoke convincingly beat Oxford City (who unfortunately were unable to field a full team), this game also counted for OKA division 1.

In division 1 Basingstoke then faced last years runners up Abingdon. The match was a tight, tense affair that was neck and neck the whole way through, in the end only a single goal separated the two teams. Southampton Uni faced Farnborough, the stakes were high as both sides have made good starts to the season and were as yet unbeaten. Southampton came through a close game to win by 3 goals. Didcot also got their season off to a good start with a win against Oxford Isis.

In division 2 (N) there was a big win for Didcot 2 against Oxford City 3, and Abingdon 3 took the points in their game against Isis 2. Finally in division 2 (S) Farnborough 2 came out victors against Southampton Uni 2.

Provisional Results: 

Regional League / OKA Division 1:

Basingstoke 1   21-4   Oxford City 1

OKA Division 1:

Basingstoke 1   13-12   Abingdon 1

Didcot 1   11-3   Isis 1

Farnborough   9-12   Southampton Uni 1

OKA Division 2 (N):

Oxford City 3   4-19   Didcot 2

Oxford Isis 2   1-10   Abingdon 3

OKA Division 2 (S):

Farnborough 2   10-4   Southampton Uni 2 

 

Referee Theory Course

Calling current referees and all those who would like to become a referee, Martin Hurajt has agreed to run a referee theory course for everyone in the OKA who are either new to refereeing or for those who would like a refresher course. The course will be on Saturday the 1st November in Oxford at a time and place to be confirmed.

To register your interest, please email Rebecca Brennan on ‘ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ’ with your name and contact details and she will be in touch once the time and place has been confirmed.

 

OKL Week 2 Report 06/10/14

A really busy weekend with games in all the leagues. Our regional teams fared well – with both Oxford City and Southampton recording solid victories.

In OKA division 1 Farnborough continued as they started with a win over Isis, whilst Southampton Uni and Abingdon also got their campaigns off to a winning start at the expense of Basingstoke and Oxford City respectively.

In division 2 (S) the experience of Southampton City 1 shone through against Reading Uni 1 and Basingstoke 2 came out on top in a close match with Southampton City 2.

In division 2 (N) Didcot 2 took a comprehensive win at Isis 2 and the final game was all Abingdon!


Provisional Results

Regional League

Oxford City   16-6   Gloucester Lions

Southampton Spartans   16-10   Bristol City

OKA Division 1

Oxford Isis 1   6-16   Farnborough 1

Southampton Uni 1   21-8   Basingstoke 1

Abingdon 1   11-9   Oxford City 1

OKA Division 2 (S)

Southampton City 1   24-4   Reading Uni 1

Southampton City 2    7-12   Basingstoke 2

OKA Division 2 (N)

Oxford Isis 2   5-12   Didcot 2

Abingdon 2   15-4   Abingdon 3

 

OKL Week 1 Report 29/09/14

After what seems like a very long summer with minimal korfball -  the new season got underway yesterday with 5 games across all 3 divisions. The big news of the weekend was a win for newly promoted Farnborough against last year’s league champions Basingstoke. The other division 1 game was an Oxford derby with City beating local rivals Isis.

In division 2 (N) it is encouraging to see a number of 3rd teams joining the division this year. Oxford City 3 emulated the success of their first team and narrowly edged out Isis 2, whilst Abingdon 3 lost out to Didcot Dragons 2. In division 2 (S) a late comeback from Farnborough 2 wasn’t quite enough to secure all the points against Southampton City 2 as it ended all square.

Provisional Results

Division 1

Oxford City   12-6   Oxford Isis

Farnborough   21-13   Basingstoke

Division 2 (N)

Oxford City 3   6-4   Oxford Isis 2

Abingdon 3   5-8   Didcot Dragons 2

Division 2 (S)

Farnborough 2   8-8   Southampton City 2

 

Basingstoke win at Didcot Tournament

As the summer season draws to a close for another year, last Saturday was the Didcot Dragons tournament, attracting teams from as far away as Wales and Kent. 16 teams battled it out for pride, sweets and a bottle of Prosecco. With most of the Division 1 sides attending, hopes were high for a local winner. 

Abingdon narrowly missed out on a final place in a penalty shoot-out, but secured third place against Southampton City. A tense final between visitors Bearsted and local champions Basingstoke Bulls went down to golden goal. After some near misses at both ends, Adam from Basingstoke scored the winning goal. 

1. Basingstoke Bulls
2. Bearsted
3. Abingdon
4. Southampton City
5. Highbury Heroes
6. Didcot Dragons
7. The Mauritians
8. Southampton Uni
9. Abing-ford
10. Old Badgers
11. Bristol City
12. Cardiff Dragons
13. Oxford City
14. Highbury Villains
15. Oxford Isis
16. Scratch

Thanks to Donna from Didcot for the report and photo.

The Golden Goal!

 
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OKA club
training nights

Tuesday:
Didcot

Wednesday:
Abingdon,

Basingstoke,
Reading,

Oxford Isis,
Oxford Uni,
Farnborough

Thursday:
Oxford City,
Southampton