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FOOTBALL: Johnson's five-timer fires up Cherwell
10:00am Wednesday 11th September 2013 in Headlines
Giles Sports Witney Youth League
Ashley Johnson’s five-timer saw Chasewell Park win 6-3 at home to Hook Norton in the Under 13 B League.
Josh Johnson also netted for Chasewell, while Hector Stapleton scored all three of Hook Norton’s goals.
Liam Varney netted a double as Eynsham Youth won 7-1 at home to Witney Vikings.
Will Timmins, Tommy Webb, Ben Weller, Charlie Liversage and a Vikings own goal completed victory.
Jack Smith scored twice as Kingston Colts triumphed 4-3 at Bicester Town Colts Stars in the A League.
Luke Barton and Thomas Hambidge also netted, with Tim Wraight, Adam Din and Zac Page the Bicester marksmen.
Defending champions Carterton Town Colts won 3-2 at Launton Boys in the Under 15 A League.
Leo McLaughlin, Daniel Godwin and Ryan Stanford netted for Carterton, with Charlie Pieton and Zarius Edwards-Giraud’s 30-yard drive making up Launton’s reply.
Lewis Mannerings struck twice as Highfield Juniors won 4-3 at Kingham All Blacks in the Under 14 A League.
Lewis Dixon and Luke Motion were also on target for Highfield, with Lewis Ralphs (2) and Kai Barnes leading a Kingham fightback.
Josh Hannaway delivered a double in Launton Boys Athletic’s 3-0 win at Croughtons Colts Spitfires in the Under 12 Red League.
Marcus Keeys completed their tally.
Giano Winkler struck five times for Middleton Cheney Dragons in their 11-0 win at Charlbury Town Youth in the Under 11 Red League.
Cameron Chadal and Arwyn Thomas each notched braces, while Joss Considine and Lewis Sharpe were also on target.
Jacob Simmonds and Darby Wood hit hat-tricks as Carterton won 7-0 at Bicester Town Colts in the Under 10 Green League.
Mitchall Stanyon completed their tally.
Charlbury Town Youth defeated Middleton Cheney 3-1 at home in the Blue League.
Jack Kerry’s free-kick goal, Luke Kelly’s spectacular strike and Max Sulik netted for Charlbury, with Thomas Ream replying.
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