It has been another action-packed week in the world of sport in south Bucks.

There have been plenty of individual and team heroics in the past week and we have launched our school sports page.

I will begin this with a round-up of our non-league teams. The likes of Beaconsfield and Penn have had superb starts to the season and it was fantastic to see Chesham record a brilliant win at Stratford Town this weekend.

The talent is clearly there at lower levels and it shows by the plethora of results we have seen in recent weeks from our local sides.

Wycombe Wanderers have also been in scintillating form this week, with three wonderful victories in the space of seven days.

They have made a real impact so far this season, scoring at over two goals per game and if that rate keeps up, expect them to be right in the thick of the promotion race.

I got the chance to speak to the charismatic Adebayo Akinfenwa this week regarding his own start to the season as well as Wycombe’s. He is seemingly playing some of the best football of his career at the moment.

He constantly causes defences problems each and every game he plays and six in nine games this season is a brilliant return so far.

He, along with Nathan Tyson and Craig Mackail-Smith, make up a strike force with a combined age of 103 but to my mind they are up there with the best partnerships in the division.

All three have played at a higher level and all three bring different attributes. Bayo with his strength, Tyson with his pace and directness and Craig with his sheer work-rate and commitment. Long may their current form continue.

Our racing drivers also did well and congratulations go to Tom Ingram for scooping the Independent Drivers’ title in the British Touring Car Championship.

He is someone who seems absolutely determined to make the most of his career and he certainly continues on an upward curve in the most competitive of sports

James McFadzen is similar to Tom. He is at the early stages of his career in swimming and having won a medal in the Juniors in Israel this summer, he has the taste for more. His words certainly carry weight and don’t be surprised to see him make a real name for himself in the coming years.

The rugby season is still in its early stages but both Amersham and Beaconsfield have come flying out the blocks. Amersham, in particular, haven’t even been at their best in the past couple of games which clearly serves as a warning to the rest of the division.