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FOOTBALL: Horspath fight back to go second
10:00am Wednesday 16th October 2013 in Headlines
OXFORDSHIRE SENIOR LEAGUE
HORSPATH twice came from behind to beat Adderbury Park 3-2, leapfrogging their hosts to go second in the Premier Division table.
Paul Cooper’s penalty cancelled out James Trevitt’s opener for Adderbury Park, but Josh Bowden restored the lead three minutes later.
Craig Piston equalised 20 minutes from the end and the winner came five minutes later via an own goal.
A brace from Nick Skiller helped Chalgrove to their second win of the season, 2-1 at Marston Saints.
Craig McMahon equalised for Saints just before half-time but Skiller struck again late in the match.
Paul Vogt, Ben Strong and Sam Walton were on target as OUP marched to a 3-1 home win over Riverside.
Craig Bloomfield gave the visitors hope when he headed Riverside level.
Bletchingdon held Mansfield Road to a 1-1 draw as Danny Bone equalised late on after Dan Trinder had earlier given the hosts the lead from a penalty.
Middleton Cheney were in unstoppable form in Division 1 as they won 5-0 at Northway with goals from Paul Carter, Steve Cibali, Leon Edwards, Tristan Sait and Alex Morris.
Kidlington Res continued their 100 per cent start with a 3-0 win over North Oxford, taking the lead after 25 minutes thanks to Danny Mason.
Simon Grossman netted a penalty and Harry Dalton added a third.
Jamie Smith’s hat-trick helped give Yarnton a 6-2 victory at Enstone.
Paul Skinner and Jake East also netted in the first half for the visitors to give them a 3-0 lead, with Connor Bott scoring just before the break to keep the hosts in the game.
But matters only got worse for Enstone in the second half as Smith added another two goals and Litten No 6, rendering Daniel Bott’s reply little more than a consolation.
Broughton & North Newington came from behind to beat Kidlington Old Boys 3-1.
Kristian Thomas gave Kidlington the lead from the penalty spot before John Umney’s brace and an Ian Doak goal gave the hosts the points.
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