FINLAY Bates struck a four-timer as Abingdon Town beat Tower Hill 11-0 in the Oxford Mail Youth League, writes PAUL LYON.

Oli Carmichael (2), Jamie Farrell, Conri McLaughlin, Alfie Tomlin and Joe Smart were also on target in the Under 12 Autumn B League fixture.

In Autumn A, Sebastian Owen hit the winning goal as Oxford Football Development beat Abingdon Youth Yellows 2-1.

Hope Lawal also netted for the victors, with Oliver Booker scoring for Abingdon.

Cameron Mills’s brace helped Didcot Town to a 4-0 victory over Bullingdon Youth Warriors.

Alfie Rouse added a third, before Ethan Vickers celebrated his birthday by heading home the fourth.

In the the Under 13 Autumn C League, Chalgrove Cavaliers beat Abingdon Youth Yellows 3-2 at home.

Nicholas Gibb put the visitors in front, before the hosts responded through James Fleury, Brohden Hawkins and Felix Loaring.

Jonathan Prior pulled a goal back for Abingdon.

Jamie Pick’s late goal earned St Edmunds a 3-2 home victory over Cumnor Minors in the Under 14 C League.

The hosts took an early two-goal lead, thanks to a Charlie Williams brace, but Oscar Sievewright struck twice to level the match.

Either team could have claimed victory, but Pick won it for St Edmunds.

In the B League, Oskar Lambert’s double steered Crowmarsh Youth to a 3-2 win against Faringdon Town.

Lambert struck in the first minute, before Woody Gration-Symonds made it 2-0.

Ben Langdon and Ray Rwodzi scored for Faringdon, before Lambert struck his second goal of the game in the last minute.

Kidlington made the perfect start in the Under 15 A League, earning a 5-2 win at Oxford City.

Jack Wilde, Jack Mepham, Ethan Merry, Jack Lay, and Ayoub Niazi were on the scoresheet for the visitors.

Callan O’Connor and Kyle Robertson netted for City.

Alex Davis’s last-minute winner earned Harwell & Hendred a 1-0 win over Cholsey in the Under 16 A League.

Lexxus Pande scored twice, with Raphael King and Tommy Bleakey also netting, as newcomers Summertown Stars Eagles beat Abingdon United 4-3.

Oscar Griffiths (2), and Matthew Kent were on target for Abingdon.